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Branco Cartoon – Pencil Power

Branco Cartoon – Pencil Power

Their Undoing.

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legacyrepublican | January 12, 2015 at 8:00 am

A more appropriate title might be “Battle Lines.”

Islam is Islam.

Unless you’re going to kill or convert 1.6 billion people, you are still going to have Muslim Terrorists.

    OmegaPaladin in reply to Aarradin. | January 12, 2015 at 12:04 pm

    Islam is what Muslims make it. Kosovars, Bosnians, Kurds, and those of the Sufi sect are distinctly absent in the ranks of the murderers. Islamic Supremacists are given wide support currently, but that can change. Shinto was domesticated, and White Supremacism was turned from the accepted reality in North and South to an insane fringe position.

Nice sentiment, but I think you’re going to need a bigger eraser.

Yes, we DID notice the Je Suis Charlie pencil. Nice touch.

    Freddie Sykes in reply to Henry Hawkins. | January 12, 2015 at 1:25 pm

    The finger may be covering up part of the message.

    Hopefully, it says “Je suis Charlie Martel”.

      Henry Hawkins in reply to Freddie Sykes. | January 12, 2015 at 2:07 pm

      Dude, don’t make me do history on a Monday.

        Freddie Sykes in reply to Henry Hawkins. | January 12, 2015 at 8:17 pm

        As you probably know: 100 years after the death of their prophet, heavily armed Muslim missionaries thoughtfully invaded France in order to spread their religion of peace. Charles Martel – aka Charlie the Hammer – met them at the Battle of Tours and rudely asked them to proselytize elsewhere.

        TrooperJohnSmith in reply to Henry Hawkins. | January 13, 2015 at 11:13 am

        It was Charles “The Hammer” Martel, so called for the battle hammer which he used to split open heads.

        Basically, he saved western civilization from the Moors coming over the Pyrenees. Read also the poem, “Song of Roland”. Roland was one of Chuck’s boys.

Nice one, Andrew!

Excellent Branco, as always!