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We are "Charly Ebdo." Terrorist attacks of the week

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The selectivity of the West in condemning the terrorist attacks, as well as the lack of reaction of the "international community" in the face of the Western press to explosions, shootings and arson, perpetrated by terrorists in some countries that are not among the "developed", make ordinary people around the world indignant. Apparently, Syria or Nigeria are not countries that require international condolence. When explosions thundered in the USA, they stop drinking beer in Germany, and after shooting bearded men in Paris “progressive humanity” proclaims with sadness: “I am Charlie Hebdo”. If, at the hands of terrorists, a 86 man dies in Nigeria, the West for some reason does not say: “I am Maiduguri”.




31 January Interfax reported that at least 86 people died as a result of the terrorist attack in Nigeria by Boko Haram militants. At least 62 people were hospitalized with serious burns.

According to the Associated Press, gunmen attacked a village located near the city of Maiduguri, the “homeland” of the Boko Haram group. Eyewitnesses also report that terrorists attacked nearby refugee camps.

According to eyewitnesses, the militants arrived in the village of Dalori on motorcycles and trucks, and were dressed in military uniform. Those who arrived threw explosive devices into the huts. One of the witnesses heard the cries of children burning alive. According to him, terrorists shot and blew up the whole Saturday.

The attacks last week occurred in Cameroon.

According to Newsru.com with reference to Reuters, on January 28, two suicide bombers were blown up in a school in the north of Cameroon.

“A double bombing occurred at a school in the city of Kerava,” a representative of local authorities told reporters.

It is reported that so far no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, but the region has been constantly suffering from the attacks of Boko Haram.

The publication reminds that earlier, three days before the terrorist attack, the militants of this group, last March sworn allegiance to the Islamic State, staged the most bloody terrorist attack in Cameroon: 32 people died from an explosion in the market in Bodo, 66 was injured.

And where is the international community? Where is the loud "condemnation" of the UN? From the USA? From France? Where are the processions through the streets in protest against "Boko Haram" and in solidarity with the Cameroonians? Where are the banners: “I am Bodo”? See nothing and not hear.

Finally, a series of terrorist attacks in Syria.

31 January "Vedomosti" With reference to Reuters, a series of terrorist attacks in the Syed Zeinab area in Damascus were reported.

At least 45 people died and 110 was injured as a result of the attacks. In the specified area is one of the Shiite mosques. This densely populated area is a pilgrimage site for Shiites from Iran, Lebanon and other parts of the Islamic world.

The Syrian state news agency Sana notes that the militant group blew up a car filled with explosives near a public transport garage. And two suicide bombers blew themselves up at the time when the operation to rescue people who suffered from the first explosion was carried out.

According to the latest data, as a result of the attack, behind which the “Islamic State” stands, more than 60 people died and at least 110 were injured, reports TASS. Among the dead - more than twenty fighters of the militia units of the people, who in armed conflict stand on the side of the Syrian government forces.

And what about the "global community"?

Russian central media reports that neither the UN Security Council nor the Secretary General of the world organization, Ban Ki-moon, had any reaction to the terrorist attack in the suburbs of Damascus.

TASS recalls that the UN Security Council on Friday last week condemned the terrorist attack in a mosque in Saudi Arabia (several hours after the attack), but did not make a statement regarding the terrorist attack in Syria.

None of the fifteen members of the Security Council took the initiative. However, the correspondent notes, even if such a text would have been proposed, this does not mean that it would be accepted. Earlier, Russia has repeatedly launched an initiative to condemn the terrorist attacks in Syria, but often its efforts were blocked by delegations of Western states, who insisted on making amendments unacceptable for Moscow.

There was no official reaction to the death of people in the suburbs of Damascus from the office of the UN Secretary General. The deputy representative of the Secretary General, Farhan Haq, told Tass bluntly that they were not going to make any statements in connection with the terrorist act. He added: “But I can say that the general secretary condemns all terrorist attacks and attacks on any places of worship.”

More than sixty killed, many wounded and injured - and no “I am Damascus” to you. Apparently, not those people live in Syria, for which they would begin to grieve in Paris or Washington. Or at the UN headquarters.

But the silence of the UN Secretary General and the “world community,” that is, the political leaders of the West, means the tacit approval of the activities of the Islamic State. The one with whom the Western world allegedly fights. That same, part of which for almost a year has been the Boko Haram group. The one with whom the Syrian army is fighting. And the same one, from which not so long ago went hard to Paris and the Parisians.

Monsieur Hollande, have you forgotten about this? Why don't you go outside with a poster: “I am Damascus”? Or the French are more valuable than the Syrians?

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  1. aszzz888
    aszzz888 2 February 2016 06: 52
    12
    Hello, hello.
    The silence bought by the mericatos of the UN Secretary General, the silence of all the shitty, gayropic states, that’s it. They have such a close shirt to their body that they can’t tear it off. Unless by constant explosions on their own, where they see everything at once and it becomes very painful for them!
    1. Homo
      Homo 2 February 2016 08: 14
      +8
      Quote: aszzz888
      Silence bought by the mericatos of the UN Secretary General ...

      While the UN is on the territory and under the control of the United States, you can forget about this organization as something having its own opinion!
      1. Consul-t
        Consul-t 2 February 2016 11: 36
        +3
        Deputy Secretary General Farhan Hack directly told TASS that they are not going to make any statements in connection with the attack

        While the UN is on the territory and under the control of the United States, you can forget about this organization as something having its own opinion!


        I think it is necessary to prepare to reformat the UN. As it now exists, the United Nations is not the United Nations.
        Perhaps through a new global cataclysm. History West teaches nothing.
        Although ... we also forget a lot, unfortunately. And we ought to remember the cookies of our partners, their instructors in Ukraine, financial assistance, and their affairs in northern Africa and the Middle East.
        Also, do not forget the mongrel of Sherkhan, namely Europeans.
        History is coming to the point that Russia will again have to save Europe, as in the 45th.

        Damn, and why people do not live?
        1. St Petrov
          St Petrov 2 February 2016 18: 16
          +4
          I wouldn’t save her, but I would fall asleep on top of Svidomo - millions of Svidomo

          My grandfather saved her, this lousy Europe, and so what? They spat and rubbed. Only additives to them. Only hardcore

          I think if our ancestors knew how it would be, they would trample this Europe without leaving walls. And they did not risk the lives of soldiers, so as not to spoil the architecture. And so we left ourselves a hemorrhage on the neck in the form of NATA

          What about the Turks? Apparently it is necessary to fight until the complete conquest of the territory and never leave the conquered lands, and if you have to leave due to circumstances - to burn everything for yourself. Take out the earth. With wolves live on wolf howls



        2. su163
          su163 2 February 2016 21: 02
          +2
          Reformatting will not do anything at the moment. Russia should gain and gain even more weight from the support of more countries.
  2. c3r
    c3r 2 February 2016 06: 52
    +4
    The Igilovites are weak (banned in Russia), pisses. To kill unarmed heads and packs of water for Cameroonians, Syrians and French, who still have security problems (the former due to the fact that Africa is poor, the latter to war, and the latter to for tolerance and laziness), they can. And how they started to fight with them as it should, the liquid feces immediately ran away. Weak attacks on the mattresses were arranged for them, they bit the owner’s hand (so to speak), well, and the OOK Security Council (they like it stupidly have fun) will be the work of condemning and expressing one’s position (well-well-well-well and ay-ay-ay).
  3. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 2 February 2016 06: 54
    +2
    . If 86 people die in the hands of terrorists in Nigeria, the West for some reason does not say: “I am Maiduguri.”
    Because
    the silence of the UN Secretary General and the "world community", that is, the political leaders of the West, means tacit approval of the activities of the "Islamic State"
    and all sorts there side by side to the choirs ...
  4. as150505
    as150505 2 February 2016 06: 54
    +9
    The cynicism of the West is amazing. If the terrorist attack in Europe, then everything - world attention, condemnation. And the rest are considered third-class people, unworthy of attention.
    1. Doctorleg
      Doctorleg 2 February 2016 09: 10
      -6
      Quote: as150505
      The cynicism of the West is amazing. If the terrorist attack in Europe, then everything - world attention, condemnation. And the rest are considered third-class people, unworthy of attention.

      you speak. You sincerely worry about them. take the initiative, etc.
    2. _my opinion
      _my opinion 2 February 2016 19: 24
      +2
      Quote: as150505
      The cynicism of the West is amazing. If the terrorist attack in Europe, then everything - world attention, condemnation. And the rest are considered third-class people, unworthy of attention.

      It looks like brown sprouts: at the heart of fascism lay the theory of dividing people into grades ... exclusivity, by the way, from the same category (a similar principle)
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 2 February 2016 07: 11
    +8
    But the silence of the UN Secretary General and the "world community", that is, the political leaders of the West, means tacit approval of activities "Islamic state".

    And besides that, it shows clear boundaries and the difference between citizens of the United States, Europe and the rest of the world. Just think someone is dying in some Syria, Nigeria. Why pay the attention of a "civilized" person to the sufferings of "barbarians", who by their very birth are considered by the West to be second or even third class people. The moral ugliness of the "enlightened" West will eventually lead this West to decay and extinction.
    1. IrOqUoIs
      IrOqUoIs 2 February 2016 08: 08
      +3
      Western principle: the problems of the Negro, the sheriff are not interested.
      Which we are observing.
      Cynicism and indifference to everything that is not western in them rolls over.
      But, I think it will be rewarded to them on business, to everyone.
  6. Yak28
    Yak28 2 February 2016 07: 13
    +5
    For the West, Russians, Syrians, Africans, Ukrainians, and other nationalities and countries that are not in different alliances with the United States and Western European countries, second-class people who are not customary to pay attention to their death. They remained fascists
  7. maxbrov74
    maxbrov74 2 February 2016 07: 15
    10
    This is normal for them. For the Western mentality, people are only themselves, plus a narrow circle of the elite. Gold billion. All others are consumables. When the Asian tsunami happened, in Europe they shouted about dozens of dead white tourists, and only somewhere in the end, hundreds of thousands of killed natives barely "shone". Purely racial approach. The Fuehrer of the German people would be proud of them. In this context, our prodigal brothers, khokh_ly, make us happy. Pushing, puffing, yelling that they say -Volnovakha and, well, they won't think of it; to Western European perception, they are the same as these unfortunate Nigerians.
  8. viscount
    viscount 2 February 2016 07: 16
    +3
    It’s just that the West considers itself a world elite, and in the tradition it considers Africans and Syrians to be slaves !!!
    It is not good for the owners to grieve for the lower class !!! In a word, U.R.O.D.Y !!!
    And when Russia is telling the truth, they don’t like it!
  9. parusnik
    parusnik 2 February 2016 07: 23
    +5
    If 86 people die in the hands of terrorists in Nigeria, the West for some reason does not say: “I am Maiduguri.”... As I thought, the West .. the peoples of Africa, Asia, Latin America are "subhuman", and the Russians, including how many terrorist attacks were in Russia .. and I don’t remember .. what the West would say - "I am Beslan", etc. .d., and thinks .. They do not care about someone else's grief .. and did they care ..?
    1. Doctorleg
      Doctorleg 2 February 2016 09: 31
      -2
      Quote: parusnik
      If 86 people die in the hands of terrorists in Nigeria, the West for some reason does not say: “I am Maiduguri.”... As I thought, the West .. the peoples of Africa, Asia, Latin America are "subhuman", and the Russians, including how many terrorist attacks were in Russia .. and I don’t remember .. what the West would say - "I am Beslan", etc. .d., and thinks .. They do not care about someone else's grief .. and did they care ..?

      It is not true. In connection with Beslan, large demonstrations took place. 150 thousand people came out in Rome, even more in Madrid. This is what I just found in 1 minute, because I remember our reporting on this. Maybe they were somewhere else. By the way, I also remember that fewer people went to such actions in Russia.
      1. Old old
        Old old 2 February 2016 19: 38
        +1
        It is not true. In connection with Beslan, large demonstrations took place. 150 thousand people came out in Rome, even more in Madrid. This is what I just found in 1 minute, because I remember our reporting on this. Maybe they were somewhere else. By the way, I also remember that fewer people went to such actions in Russia.

        There were children in Beslan, therefore such a reaction.
        Explosions of stations, in the subway, attacks on Grozny, the bombing of an airliner ... you can list for a long time and gloating was the only and mass reaction of the Western media.
        Or are the main Western media outlets impartially and objectively reporting on events in Ukraine or Russia? And as an example, cite the French channel showing a film about the Maidan?
  10. ramzes1776
    ramzes1776 2 February 2016 07: 41
    +2
    Europe is already taking a full spoon from the consequences of its policy. And this is only the beginning. And the mattresses outside the puddle will not sit out.
  11. Sargaras
    Sargaras 2 February 2016 07: 47
    +3
    Well, they will not condemn those who have been trained and financed in the West. Not kosher as it turns out.
  12. hotrod
    hotrod 2 February 2016 08: 21
    +3
    It is worth noting that "we-charlie" looks thin, like all these "judgments" and "concerns". I watched a report from the opening of the Venice carnival, where the mummer said: "I went to the square - this is my contribution to the fight against international terrorism." Straight on Sharansky, "so we will win."
    What I mean. Even photographs with "I-someone-there" leaflets are not enough for us. Although, I agree with the author, and their absence is indicative.
  13. Maksus
    Maksus 2 February 2016 09: 25
    +1
    This is all sad. But is it really not clear that the terrorist attacks in Paris (Paris, Karl !!!) and "I-Charlie" are just a show, so that they don't forget who is bad and why suddenly a couple of million "refugees" will come to us.
    But, anyway, I want to ask a question - where was Russia before the 2015 year? ISIS on this planet is not the first year, but we bomb it only with 2015. The war in Syria is not the first year, but we only help it with 2015. Why did not say a word in support of Gaddafi? Why didn’t they say a word in support of Hussein?
  14. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 2 February 2016 09: 46
    +2
    In this life, a person has a small choice: one can serve either good (the Lord) or evil (Satan's opponent of the Lord). Europe, declaring itself post-Christian, went the second way, posing evil as good and vice versa. These two paths do not intersect, therefore, in principle, there can be no general opinion on good and evil in Europe and Russia.
    1. grandson of Perun
      grandson of Perun 2 February 2016 10: 05
      +2
      Quote: Pvi1206
      In this life, a person has a small choice: one can serve either good (the Lord) or evil (Satan's opponent of the Lord).

      There is a third choice that is not related to religion: to serve your country, your homeland.
  15. Bulrumeb
    Bulrumeb 2 February 2016 10: 08
    +2
    Monsieur Hollande, have you forgotten about this? Why don't you go outside with a poster: “I am Damascus”? Or the French are more valuable than the Syrians?
  16. Taygerus
    Taygerus 2 February 2016 10: 12
    +1
    the cynicism of the West and pro-American "world" figures goes off scale, they never admit the flawedness of their policy tied to blood and suffering, their priority is profit, squeeze all the juices and milk until the resources are completely depleted, and at the same time reduce the population so that there are fewer disagreements, by unleashing wars, coups or reforms aimed at maintaining further influence on the territory for its subsequent plundering
  17. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 2 February 2016 11: 12
    +2
    Or are the French more valuable than the Syrians?
    Everyone who thinks that they are "more valuable" will die first in the coming war.
  18. pofigisst74
    pofigisst74 2 February 2016 11: 56
    +1
    I wasn’t Charlie, and NEVER been! am
  19. Obolensky
    Obolensky 2 February 2016 12: 15
    +2
    Yes, it was always clear that the countries of Europe, well, of course not all, are the Main, so to speak. They are most valuable. The lives of these people are more valuable than all other lives. They never talked about this, because tolerance (pah!) And everything else. But in fact, in every gesture, in every word, exactly what we see is slipping. But we see that there is no equality, and if in Syria or India or somewhere else civilians will tear and die, the Main countries of Western Europe, together with the United States will not even turn their heads and come off from morning coffee for the sake of some ... Another thing is the matter. They are immediately a squeal and a squeak and a lot of condolences. Well, the main people were killed!

    Ugh! This is all unpleasant. Hypocrisy in all its glory. Already disgusting.
  20. rus-5819
    rus-5819 2 February 2016 14: 26
    +2
    at least 86 people died as a result of a terrorist attack launched in Nigeria by militants “Boko Haram”

    And why should they survive Nigeria is not Europe ...
    When it’s painful for yourself, for a loved one, and let a neighbor grab his head off at least !!!
  21. Old old
    Old old 2 February 2016 23: 00
    +1
    For Europe, all those who were not born there are from time immemorial "subhuman", "Untermersh".
    All the acts of the IV Reich - the EU only confirm this.
  22. Gulo
    Gulo 2 February 2016 23: 07
    +1
    Here you are, and civilization! Some European values ​​there, they already feel sick. Human life is priceless, no matter what nation it is. But they said nothing, let it be on their conscience, although it is unlikely that they do not have it. There is no limit to indignation. This whole ..... West is like some kind of gangster kentovka, these ours, and these not ours. It’s a pity for the innocent, but I will say so for all of them, both in Paris and in Cologne. Of course, it would be a sin to say that, but so that it would be empty for them. But it will be, oh wash with bitter tears, how else.
  23. Oleg100
    Oleg100 3 February 2016 00: 13
    +1
    I don’t think that all Europeans empathize on command, you can feel sorry for these, too, but Africans, and Syrians who counted them. In fact, they are also worried, and many of them go to Africa and just help in hospitals, in Kenya, in Nigeria. Mostly youth. I know this for sure, from my colleagues, the Dutch.
    Having the opportunity to work in Europe and communicate with them, Germans, Dutch, English, I can conclude: old Europe is in shock, these refugees are in a stupor to them like a butt on the head! The Germans just swear quietly when you ask them, how do you like Frau Merkel? Like? And the Germans say we would .... Putin! When they ask at the airport who are you? and I say RUSSIAN, then immediately hope in my eyes and oh! How cool, and look how! Not at all like before for tourists from Russia (All inclusive).
    Although I do not live in Russia, I feel the power behind me!
  24. Anhar
    Anhar 3 February 2016 02: 31
    -1
    illustrator citizens!

    When you hang up an archive photo from another place in an article about an event, write like that.
    In this case, you used a photo of the explosion in the Kazaz area - departure from Damascus towards the airport, which occurred almost 4 years ago - 10.05.2012/XNUMX/XNUMX.
    Everything was worse there. About 500 wounded and killed, 15 packages with fragments of bodies ...

    I shot there.
    There, the second explosion was equivalent to a ton of TNT.
    1. Anhar
      Anhar 9 February 2016 02: 56
      0
      surprised by the characters sculpting minuses for the truth. And while not explaining their position. The photo is really not from there and the old. Readers look and think that it was like that at the place of the described explosion. And there, in fact, they exploded next to a bunch of high-rise apartment buildings. For absolutely.
      I understand that you guys are very brave here, especially when anonymously doing minor dirty tricks to women. Only they didn’t attack that one - I’ve seen assholes and fanatics during the captivity of the militants. You are sons compared to them. So leave me alone from your aunt. This is empty.
  25. Belousov
    Belousov 3 February 2016 10: 14
    0
    And someone else is surprised at the double standards of the West? Maybe you continue to believe in Santa Claus? Such a division in the West has always been, is and will be, this is one of the foundations of their worldview, social being am