About the least offensive of all the Charlie Hebdo cartoons.
So let us look forward to this week's mass hysteria.
Tony Blair will come out of
his coffin retirement to make a moving
speech, explaining that these were the People's Cartoonists. The fact
that they grossly insulted God, Jesus, etc. will be ignored because
"We don't do God."
Elton John will rework his "Candle in the Wind" into a moving "Bougie* dans le vent", which will sell 100000000000000 copies and make him even richer than before.
* Note to non-linguists: "bougie" means "candle" not "budgie".
The Queen will be "told" to fly the Union Flag at half mast at Buckingham Palace, or risk being deposed by an invasion of sans-culottes (people without underpants). That sort of thing is very popular in France, at least in July.
Mohamed "Al" Fayed (yes, he's still alive, and probably still barking mad) will explain how the Duke of Edinburgh masterminded the murder of the Charlie Hebdo staff.
Many of us will be shunned by our families, friends and neighbours, because we dare to go outside without wearing a "Je suis Charlie" badge.
Spot the heartless terrorism-supporting brute who doesn't have a placard.