“Love is stronger than hate”
“It’s hard to be loved by idiots”
Time reports, “Depicted: Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right Front National party. “The new model for John Galliano.” Galliano, portrayed in background, made anti-Semitic remarks just before Paris Fashion Week in 2011″
“”I am the prophet, asshole!” and “Shut up, infidel!”
“The pope goes too far”
According to Time, in this cover the newspaper called itself an irresponsible newspaper, and likening itself to a Neanderthal, claiming that the invention of humor is the process of adding fuel to the fire.
“The Quran is shit. It does not stop bullets.”
“100 lashes if you don’t die of laughter!”
“I’m a celebrity … get me out of here!”
The cover shows “the mage Houllebecq” predicting that “in 2015 I lose my teeth … in 2022 I celebrate Ramadan!”
“Yes to wearing the burqa … on the inside!”
“Gay marriage is so last year!” “Let’s go for gay divorce now!”
Osama bin Laden in a late Elvis costume. “Bin Laden is alive!”
“The postal service is being privatized?” Rope (presumably for hanging): “I am your new human resources department”
“The socialist party has chosen its maid.” (François Hollande vacuums up Nicolas Sarkozy)
After Gerard Depardieu decided to leave France for Belgium to avoid taxes, Charlie Hebdo published a cover asking if Belgium had the capacity to welcome the entire world’s cholesterol.
“Where are our taxes going?” Missile: “On Syrians’ faces.”
After an armed man entered French newspaper Libration’s offices in Paris in 2013, injuring one staff member, Charlie Hebdo published this cover which reads: The press is doing fine. It excites jerks.”
“We don’t have prostitutes any more. Thank god, we still have Miss France.”
“Zero growth.” Hollande sits in lifeguard chair and says, “We don’t move,” while everyone in the water drowns.
First official photo of newly elected Hollande, pushing Sarkozy into a meat grinder.
Sunday, May 6, 2012, one minute before the election results – France prepares to flick away Sarkozy.
Charlie Hebdo criticized Europe being ruled by banks. Here Hitler shown saying, “I’m an idiot! I should have worked at the BNP!” (One of the largest banks in France.)