Since then, a number of people use the slogan "Je suis Charlie" to show solidarity with the satirical publication. Far fewer people claim the opposite, but after a day of tribute, I wish to belong to this latter group. All the more because the next week, the trash publication Charlie Hebdo will go on sale in Hungary, so I found it important to clarify where I stand: "Je ne suis pas Charlie"
I'm not willing to identify with those that depict the crucified Jesus on the beach sun tanning because I don't consider this culture or joke, or part of free speech. I have the same view on the caricature that depicting a deceased nun performing oral sex in heaven and other vile filth that the satirical weekly regularly publishes. It is shocking that such a publication will be published in Hungary to make money or whatever the reasons behind the decision. (All this otherwise, increase the risk of a terrorist attack against Hungary. "Thanks them for that…)
I condemn terrorism, and killing people in any form. Even the most disgusting caricature can't be a reason for all that has happened. But! There are certain forces that want to compel Europeans to chose between terrorism and the ideology represented by the extremist weekly. Well, for me this is a false issue. I do not want to stand behind any of them because both represent hate. The killers are armed terrorists, the editorial staff of the satirical weekly are terrorists by words. Both driven by hate and both produce hate. The terrorists' crimes are more serious, no question about that but that is not a reason for anyone to identify with the other side, because whoever does that, even with his best intention identifies himself with another form of hatred.
(Vona Gábor Facebook – translated by hungarianambiance.com)