The original story, in French, is here. The quick version: While they were in the home of Quebec Solidaire MNA Amir Khadir looking for something related to his daughter’s arrest, the cops noticed this poster.
It’s a sick take on the famous French-revolution-related Delacroix painting of 1830 (the original is below). It shows Amir Khadir, wearing the black top hat, about to step over the body of Quebec Premier Jean Charest. The distinctly dead body of Premier Jean Charest. (Bottom left, with no pants on.)
The group that makes and distribute this piece of art (which Khadir called a “joke”), also has a number of other offensive pictures on their website. Including one that shows Scrabble letters making out the words “TUER MARTINEAU” (Kill Martineau, in reference to Journal de Montreal columnist Richard Martineau), and the heads of Jean Charest, Lucien Bouchard, and Quebecor President and CEO Pierre Karl Péladeau. If this doesn’t constitute incitement to violence, I don’t know what does. Time to stop this nonsense.