March 22, 2016
It would be so politically incorrect to attack Moslems simply because they are slaughtering you on the streets.
So instead, let’s post about it on Twitter and feel good about ourselves.
Months after Paris was shaken by deadly terror attacks, French residents — and people from around the world — are reaching out to lend support to victims of the Brussels terror attacks.
French President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday that France and Belgium are joined by a “horror” that we are having to share.
Social media users echoed that sentiment, saying the countries are together in “sadness and solidarity.”
To demonstrate this solidarity, Twitter users shared illustrations, cartoons and thoughtful words with the hashtag #JeSuisBruxelles, which has been used more than 82,000 times.
While pleas for peace and messages of love flooded Twitter, another image also seemed to resonate with social media users — the national flag of France comforting a sobbing Belgium flag.
Underneath the teary-eyed flags, read the words: “13 novembre…22 mars…” — a reference in French to the dates of the Brussels and Paris attacks.
The photo, shared by French cartoonist Jean “Plantu” Plantureux, went viral with nearly 5,000 retweets in just three hours.
Plantureux called it the “drawing of the world.”
“We’re under attack by people it is against the law (not to mention immoral!) to criticize! So let’s just cry about it!”
Here’s the guy who created the “let’s cry about it instead” meme.
Grown adult men are going along with this faggotry.
These people have declared war on us. But every time they attack us, we go and try to protect them from us.
This is known as “psychopathic altruism.”
Just joking. I don’t believe in that gibberish.
This is feminism, pure and simple.