Monday, June 23, 2014

Dieudonné, Soral, and the French Resistance - Struggle Between the French People and the Zionist Plutocracy - Media Censorship or Free Speech? - Inserting a Quenelle Into Zionism's Butt - Anti-Establishment Gesture - A Political Earthquake in France - Equality and Reconciliation

State repression in France only makes the Resistance grow stronger

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
by vineyardsaker.blogspot.co.uk

Dieudonné M'bala M'bala and Alain Soral

Last November, I wrote a piece entitled "Is a new revolution quietly brewing in France?" in which I described the struggle that is taking place between the French people and the Zionist plutocracy which has ruled France over the past decades (roughly since 1969); today I am returning to this topic, as events have rapidly accelerated and taken a sharp turn for the worse. A number of most interesting things have happened, and the French "Resistance" (I will use this collective designator when speaking of the entire Dieudonné/Soral movement) is now being attacked on three levels.

Intellectual level:

This is, by far, the most interesting counterattack. A well-known French commentator, Éric Naulleau, agreed to a written debate with Alain Soral, in which both sides would discuss their differences, and the transcript would be published in a book entitled Dialogues désaccordés (which can roughly be translated as "detuned dialogs" or "dialogs out of tune" or even "disagreeing dialogs"). To explain the importance of this publication, I have to say a few words about Naulleau himself.

Éric Naulleau

Everybody in France knows Éric Naulleau as one of the two partners of a journalistic tag team called "Naulleau and Zemmour", in which one of the partners – Éric Naulleau – is a Left-leaning progressive and the other – Éric Zemmour – is a Right-leaning conservative. Together they form a formidable and, sometimes, feared team of very sharp and outspoken critics and commentators, which was featured on various shows on French TV. Zemmour, in particular, is an extremely intelligent and very charming person, whose wonderful sense of humor combined with an outspoken attitude often got him into trouble. He is one of the few French Jews who actually got sued by the notorious LICRA (rabid Zionist organization formed by Trotskyists to attack those opposing them) for daring to say on TV: "French people with an immigrant background were profiled because most drug traffickers are blacks and Arabs… it's a fact." Together, Naulleau and Zemmour are known for being formidable debaters, and very tough and even blunt critics who can take on pretty much anybody.

Naulleau explained that, according to him, it made no sense at all to ban Soral from the mass media, because that still gave the option for Soral to record his shows on the Internet, where they would be viewed by millions of people (that is not an exaggeration, by the way: Soral's videos do score more views than some national TV channels!). Naulleau explained that, in his videos, Soral was always alone, free to say whatever he wanted, without anybody contradicting or challenging him; Naulleau's goal was to unmask, challenge, and defeat Soral in an open debate, in which Naulleau would show all the fallacies and mistakes of Soral's theses. To say that Naulleau failed in his goal would be an understatement. Soral absolutely crushed every single one of Naulleau's arguments, to the point where I personally felt sorry for Naulleau (whom I like a lot as a person). Worse, not only did Soral absolutely obliterate Naulleau, he also made a prediction and said: "You will see the shitstorm which will hit you for agreeing to make this book with me!" And that is the crux of the disagreement between Soral and Naulleau: Do the Zionists control the French media, yes or no? Can they blacklist somebody, or not? Is there a shadow Zionist censorship in France, or is public speech still free? Soral's thesis is that France is in the iron grip of a behind-the-scenes Zionist mafia, which is exactly what Naulleau vehemently denies. The problem for Naulleau is that he proved Soral to be right.

The French media immediately attacked Naulleau for "providing Soral with a platform to spew his hateful theories", to which Naulleau logically replied that Soral was already doing so on the Internet and that, besides, he – Naulleau – did not believe in censorship, but in strong and free debate. Naulleau also got attacked for not saying this or not saying that – in reality, for getting so totally defeated by Soral in the debate. The book, by the way, became an instant bestseller which, indeed, made it possible for even more French people to think through Soral's arguments and make up their own minds. So, ironically, and even though Naulleau clearly wanted to challenge Soral, he did him a huge favor by allowing him to break the media blockade around his name – Soral is never ever invited on a talkshow – and by allowing the ideas of Soral to come right back into the public debate via this book, Naulleau de facto helped Soral. Some have even speculated that Naulleau might be a secret sympathizer of Soral and that he did all of this deliberately; I don't believe that at all. Naulleau is sincere, and Naulleau is also naive: he is now only slowly coming to grips with the fact that Soral's core thesis – that the Zionists completely control the French media – is a fact, and that Soral's prediction about Naulleau getting in trouble for this book was spot on. Right now, Naulleau and his friend Zemmour still have a show on a small local TV station, but clearly Naulleau has now deeply alienated the French plutocracy. As far as I know, nobody has dared to speak in Naulleau's defense. The funniest thing of all is that even though both Soral and Naulleau are officially coauthors of this book, and even though Naulleau attempts to deny that Soral is blacklisted, only Naulleau got interviewed on the French talkshows, never Soral. Not once. What better way could there be to prove Soral right?

Personalities' lynch mob level:

While Naulleau was trying to defend himself against attacks from all sides for daring to coauthor a book with Soral, something absolutely unprecedented took place: day after day after day, media personalities were shown on TV trashing Dieudonné and his quenelle gesture. This really looked like a virtual lynching or a Stalinist trial: politicians, journalists, comedians, commentators, actors – you name it – all took turns to ridicule, insult, denounce, and otherwise express their hatred for Dieudonné. This truly became an Orwellian "Two Minutes Hate" in which Dieudonné was designated as the target of an absolutely vicious hate campaign.

Bedos as "Dieudo Hitler Bin Laden"

A mediocre comedian named Nicolas Bedos was even given 12 minutes of uninterrupted airtime to compare Dieudonné to both Hitler and Osama Bin Laden, and his shows to a Gestapo interrogation room. It was surreal, really. If an extraterrestrial had just tuned in and watched this display of vicious hatred, he would have imagined that Dieudonné was a second Hitler about to invade France with a huge army of bloodthirsty Nazis. For me, it was clear that the reason why all these different personalities were standing in line for the chance to outdo each other in taking a shot at Dieudonné was to prove their loyalty to the Zionist "deep state". This was as transparent as it was sickening. And again, it proved that Soral was right and that, if anything, he was understating the degree of control by the Zionist plutocracy over France.

State level:

Finally, from more or less covert, the persecution of Dieudonné and Soral by the French state became completely overt. I already mentioned how, in early January, the French Minister of the Interior, Manuel Valls, used his powers to ban the latest show of Dieudonné (see here and here). Over the last weeks, this repression has reached a new level, with even more lawsuits against Soral (12 simultaneous lawsuits: see Google-translated list here), and administrative harassments (evening "visits" by bailiffs, abusive arrests, threats, police search of his small theatre in Paris) against Dieudonné. All these events taken together – and it is really not hard at all to connect the dots – form a very clear picture: the power of the state is used to persecute, harass, and repress Dieudonné and Soral. And that, of course, just goes even further in proving that Soral is right in his central thesis about France being run by a shadow occupation "deep government" whose loyalties are not to the French people, but to the Zionist plutocracy and Israel.

The reaction against this state of affairs is also becoming stronger, and the number of people supporting Dieudonné and Soral has literally skyrocketed. The reason for that is that a lot of French people share not only the same views as Soral and Dieudonné, but also a deep-running French cultural tradition of admiring rebels and disliking the state. Add to this that Hollande is the most hated President in French history, and that the French economy is going down the tubes, triggering untold suffering and rage in the people suffering from the crisis, and you get a very explosive mix: the so-called "Day of Rage".

Check out these videos:

 

Anybody who knows France well will tell you that this is very serious stuff, because unlike other demonstrations which typically oppose a law, a policy, or a specific event, these demonstrators clearly are rejecting the legitimacy of the entire political system: they want regime change. So far, the French media has tried to minimize the coverage of this event, and the French elites are trying hard to pretend like this is some small, fringe, extremist group – which is utter nonsense. France is bubbling with rage.

Zionist panic:

The Zionists are actually aware of that, and they are now in panic mode. Just take a look at the headlines of this Israeli-French website:

On the top left, you can see the Israeli founder of this website – Jonathan-Simon Sellem – and on the top right, you see Arno Klarsfeld, a well-known "French" (Jewish/German/French) lawyer and rabid Zionist. Here is what they are quoted saying:

Jonathan-Simon Sellem: "Dieudonné, you will never be a martyr. You will not be a hero. Your name will be cursed in history, by history."

Arno Klarsfeld: "It is a crucial moment in our history: Jews are already beginning to leave France."

Clearly, these two gentlemen see Dieudonné as some modern mix of Agag, Hamman, Titus, Hitler, and Bin Laden – a terrifying, bloodthirsty, and infinitely dangerous and evil man who threatens the survival of the Jewish race (never mind that Jews are not a race).

Could that be a little bit of an overreaction?

What are these folks so terrified of?

I think that the answer is obvious: what they are so terrified of is not that Dieudonné and Soral will reopen Auschwitz somewhere near Paris, or that French Jews will be expelled from France. They know that this is paranoia (which Gilad Atzmon calls "Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder") – is absolute crap: French Jews are safe, happy, and welcome in France, and nobody is seriously out there to do them any harm. No, what this small clique of Zionist Jews (representing a tiny fraction of the much more diverse French Jewry) really fears is that the truth about them and their power over the French deep state will come out. And this is not only about Jews. There is a non-Jewish plutocracy formed around the Jewish core of French bankers and financiers, which is also completely in bed with the Zionists, and whose future depends on maintaining the Zionist control over France: politicians, of course, but also actors, journalists, academics, etc. – a full constellation of Shabbos goyim willing to do Israel's sayanim's dirty job for them. It is this entire elite, and the system which it built, which is threatened by Soral and Dieudonné and by what the movement "Equality and Reconciliation" stands for: a union of all the French people (native or immigrants) who together are determined to resist the Zionist oppression of France and who, just as in WWII, will resist the occupier until the Liberation.

When and how could such a Liberation occur?

I don't know. These events are very complex and multidimensional, and it is, I believe, impossible to predict what could happen. What I am sure of is that this movement, this Resistance, will not be crushed, nor will it somehow magically disappear. To paraphrase the Communist Manifesto, the French people "have nothing to lose but their chains": their country is ruined, and they are ruled by an evil foreign occupier. In terms of dynamics, every move which is made against Soral and Dieudonné only makes things worse for the occupation regime: the harder the strike, the harder the blowback. The legitimacy of the regime, in particular, is greatly affected by such absolutely ridiculous actions like the overkill of a Minister of Internal Affairs using the highest court in the country (the State Council) in an emergency session to ban a single comedian's stand-up show.

Sure, for the time being, most people in France comply, obey, or look the other way. But everybody knows, everybody understands, and very few believe in the official lies, especially among the younger generation.

This all reminds me of the Soviet Union of the 1980s, where externally nothing much was happening and where the system itself looked ugly but safe. Russians were making anti-Brezhnev jokes at private parties, while the KGB from time to time arrested dissidents. But nobody – not even the KGB officers – had any respect for the system, the regime, the official ideology and its propaganda. Everybody did what they were told, but nobody believed in what they were doing. That is the exact situation not only for the French cops who are constantly used to ban, harass, and arrest Dieudo and his supporters, but also for an increasing percentage of the general public.

Right now, the pressure on the dam is getting stronger and stronger, and the cracks are growing more and more visible. So far, the elites have had enough fingers to stick into the cracks, but this is clearly a futile attempt to delay the inevitable. And when the French dam bursts, it will impact not only France, but also a good segment of western Europe. So while the pro-US Ukrainian nationalists want to subordinate their country to the EU, the EU is threatened with an inevitable and violent explosion. But, like on the sinking Titanic, the media's orchestra will be playing its music until the last second.

– The Saker

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The Real Quenelle: Why French Gefilte Fish Isn't Kosher

Wednesday, January 29, 2014
by Roger Tucker

The quenelle is first inserted into the cavity…

The current flap over the gesture called a "quenelle" is revealing in a number of ways. It's instructive to look first at a couple of Wikipedia entries. "The word quenelle is derived from the German Knödel (noodle or dumpling)" (which we know from Yiddish cuisine as a "knaidel"). "French political activist and comedian Dieudonné M'bala M'bala is credited with creating and popularizing the gesture, which he first used in 2005 in his sketch entitled '1905', about French secularism; it has since been used in a wide variety of contexts…. The first time Dieudonné used the gesture in a political context, for his 2009 European election campaign poster for the Anti-Zionist Party, he stated that his intention was 'to put a quenelle into Zionism's butt'…. The name quenelle comes from an elongated fish meatballs dish, which is said to look like a suppository. Hence, the phrase 'mettre une quenelle' ('to give someone the quenelle'), with a gesture simulating fisting practice, is similar to the English 'up yours'. The arm outstretched refers to the length of the arm going up one's bottom." Such a rich word, with so many Jewish-related meanings.

"When French footballer Nicolas Anelka of West Bromwich Albion F.C. performed the quenelle to celebrate scoring a goal on 28 December 2013, the gesture, which was already considered 'something of a viral trend' in France, became an international news story and one of the most searched terms on Google. Anelka described the gesture as anti-establishment rather than religious in nature, and said he did a quenelle as a 'special dedication' to his friend Dieudonné. However, French minister for sport Valérie Fourneyron called his actions 'shocking' and 'disgusting', adding: 'There’s no place for anti-Semitism on the football field.' In response to the incident, club sponsor Zoopla announced that it would not continue its sponsorship deal with West Bromwich after the 2013-14 season…." (The Wikipedia entry fails to mention that Zoopla is co-owned by Jewish businessman Alex Chesterman.) "Each year, the 'Golden Quenelle' (Quenelle d'Or) is given, in a parody of the Oscar ceremony, to the people who expressed the most anti-establishment views." Quel phénomène!

Enough from Wikipedia; let's move on. Is the quenelle anti-Semitic, anti-Zionist, or anti-Establishment? That is the question that seems to crop up all the time – and encapsulates the theme of this essay. As in the case of the quenelle, a gesture, like a word, can have different meanings depending on who is displaying it and in what context. The more is at stake, the more fraught the arguments over interpretation. In the case in question, we have a very hot potato. I think that mashed potatoes make a lovely complement to a well-made quenelle.

Let's ask another question: Why is this brouhaha important, if indeed it is? From the tribal Jewish perspective, they obviously feel very threatened. We could ignore that, because Jewish voices have been crying wolf forever. But somehow this is different: Who is being attacked? The Jews? The Zionists? The Establishment? Aha! It's all three! It's the conflation, the melding of meanings, that bothers them the most, because it cements the linkage. This is the genius of Dieudonné. The professional victims are being exposed by the real victims – their victims. The expert, Talmudic manipulators are being out-manipulated. Tribal Jewry is being hoist by its own petard. Gotta love it.

When I refer to "them", i.e., tribal Jewry, the reference is not ethnic, nor is it religious: it is memetic, a cultural identity. I am Jewish, by birth and upbringing, but the tribal identification didn't take. I didn't ingest the memes; instead, I spat them out. The taste didn't agree with me. I chose to regard myself simply as human. Moreover, I am more than happy to act and to advocate on behalf of that identity group. This view is generally referred to as humanist, or universalist. A universalist chooses the human race as his or her tribe. Conflicts generally arise because people choose to identify with some secondary, lesser category.

To neatly characterize what the terms "Jewish", "Zionist", and "the Establishment" add up to in combination, we do have a potentially useful word: fascism. The accepted dictionary definition is, sadly, inadequate and misleading, which is why many people regard the word as essentially meaningless. It needs to be redefined because, properly defined, it would be extremely useful. Fortunately, there has been an honest attempt at doing so. I know it's a good one because I wrote it. No false modesty here. See "Us vs. Them: On the Meaning of Fascism". Then you'll be up to speed and we can proceed.

Pause, followed by further elucidation….

Abuse of power, combined with some sense of supremacy or entitlement, is at the heart of fascism, which distinguishes it from tribal pride and self-respect. That's why, when confronted by the police, demonstrators invariably shout "fascist pig!" Throughout history, there has been an ongoing battle between numerous outbreaks of fascism and what could best be described by the quaint old word, civilization – just ordinary human society in some stable, non-aggressive form. Oh, as for the canard that the quenelle is an inverted Nazi salute, see "Zionism and Nazism: Is There a Difference That Makes a Difference?".

The three main forms of fascism are ethnic, religious, and nationalist. In the current conflict between tribal Jewry and the rest of the world, all three are in play: secular Jewish ethnocentrism, Judaism in its various forms (it is hard to imagine a non-fascist Judaism – they would have to throw out the Old Testament), and bellicose Israeli nationalism. It's the perfect storm.

Jewish culture has been around for a long time. Some Jews, as well as Gentiles, have recognized it as the source of "the Jewish problem". For example, "If this hostility, even aversion, had only been shown towards the Jews at one period and in one country, it would be easy to unravel the limited causes of this anger, but this race has been on the contrary an object of hatred to all the peoples among whom it has established itself. It must be therefore, since the enemies of the Jews belonged to the most diverse races, since they lived in countries very distant from each other, since they were ruled by very different laws, governed by opposite principles, since they had neither the same morals, nor the same customs, since they were animated by unlike dispositions which did not permit them to judge of anything in the same way, it must be therefore that the general cause of anti-Semitism has always resided in Israel itself and not in those who have fought against Israel." ~ Statement regarding the expulsions of Jews, by noted Jewish author Bernard Lazare in L'antisémitisme, son histoire et ses causes, published in 1894

Over the millennia, the nature of the problem has hardly changed at all, except for the innovation of there being a Jewish State – which, ironically, was created for the specific purpose of solving the problem. Instead, "The Problem" has metastasized from a persistent source of pain and suffering into a world-threatening disease. This will only get worse until the unholy trinity of Jewish tribal identity, Zionism, and the Establishment disintegrates, and the leaders of "the Free World" stop prostrating themselves before the altar of the Golden Calf.

In the meantime, we the people have the grand geste de Dieudonné to keep our spirits up.

Vive Dieudonné et la Quenelle!

http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/the-real-quenelle-why-french-gefillte-fish-isnt-kosher.html


The Meaning of Dieudonné

Friday, January 31, 2014
by Gilad Atzmon

Since the 1968 Student Revolution, the European and American Left, together with a herd of Jewish progressive intellectuals, have invested enormous effort in attempting to break society down into multiple segments of identities.

The Left adopted this peculiar approach because it could never cope with its own failure to bond with working people.

The Jewish intellectuals, who led the campaign, realized that fragmented and divided nations are far less dangerous for Jews. As we know, Jews are threatened by cohesive, patriotic nationalism – and for a good reason. After all, they were amongst the prime victims of such an ideology.

Bizarrely enough, dazzled by the emerging false prophecy of post-'68 "identity politics", the Left was quick to drop its universal ethos. While in the past it aimed to cross the divide and unite the working people, the post-'68 Left actually split and ghettoized its Western subjects by means of identification.

Instead of being and celebrating who and what we are, we've learned to identify with ready-made soundbites. Rather than simply being Jill, Joseph, Abe, or Youssef, we are now identified "as a woman", "as a gay", "as a Jew", "as a Muslim", and so on. In practice, the New Left has been erecting walls around us in an attempt to separate us into infinitesimally small, marginal identity groups. Peculiarly, it is the post-'68 Left, rather than the capitalists, that drove us into segregation, isolation, and political paralysis.

But then, pretty much out of the blue, Dieudonné, a black French comedian, has managed to reunite the working people – the migrant communities, the Black, the Muslim, the North African, as well as the White proletarian – and at the same time, to deliver a universal message.

Dieudonné has reminded us what the Left stood for in the first place, before it was conquered by Marcuse and his Frankfurt yeshiva pals. It is the French entertainer who brings to light the most instinctive Left insight: we are actually united and identified in opposition to our oppressors – namely, the establishment.

The "quenelle" – a salute that was initially introduced by Dieudonné – embodies a modest and graceful openness of true resistance. It is a simple, restrained, and poetic take on the crude Anglo-American "up yours". The gesture is obviously universal and an open call: everyone, including Jews, is welcomed in, as opposed to the post-'68 identity discourses that are largely defined by biology and race. Being an emblem of an ethically driven and universalist standpoint, the quenelle also symbolizes an opposition to the primacy of Jewish suffering and the tyranny of political correctness.

Dieudonné is the definitive hero of genuine socialist thinking in the spirit of the Paris Commune, and as such, he indeed poses a great danger to fake New Leftists and their paymasters at CRIF. The kosher Frankfurt graduate sees the French masses gathering momentum and the people marching in the streets of Paris shouting "the emperor has no clothes!". In fact, there is not much to be concealed or suppressed anymore. Once again, the bare truth reveals itself, against all odds.

http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/the-meaning-of-dieudonne.html

Dieudonné African President, English subtitles

Dieudonne: 'Quenelle' Is a Gesture of Emancipation, There's Nothing
Nazi About It



The Workless Class Woke Up

Tuesday, May 27, 2014
by Gilad Atzmon

The undeniable surge in support for Euro-sceptics and Right-wing parties in yesterday's European Parliament election suggests that the European working class isn't as apathetic as the Zionised Left wants it to be.

The nationalist, patriotic, and anti-immigration parties took the lead all over Europe last night. In France, Marine Le Pen's National Front pushed the shameless Socialist Party into third place. In Britain, the situation was similar: Nigel Farage's UKIP has taken the lead and is now a major player in British politics.

While the British Conservatives were quick to react, advocating that immigration policy be reviewed and amended, the Left and its crony media expressed shock at the rise of the 'far Right' and 'Nazis'. Once again, it is painful, but not surprising, to witness the Left's detachment from the working class.

French PM Valls, who recently used every available tool to harass hugely popular black comedian Dieudonné in order to appease the French Jewish Lobby (CRIF), announced last night that the election results represented 'a political earthquake in France'. But can a popular vote on such a vast scale be an earthquake, a surprise, or a shock? Not really; a moment of truth, or epiphany, is a better description of the political shift. However, the Left's evident surprise exposes the depth of its detachment from society, and is tragically symptomatic of contemporary Left thinking and politics.

This state of alienation is easily understood. Advocacy of liberal immigration policies in the West has been supported for the last few decades by both Left and Jewish progressive institutions. The reasons are clear. The progressive Jew tends to believe that a multiethnic and fragmented society, made up of multiple identities, is 'good for the Jews'. In such circumstances, Jews are merely one ethnicity among many. Open immigration also weakens the host nation. Jews, who have been subject to animosity and hostility throughout their history, understand that weakening the cohesive bond of their host nations is an effective strategy to protect Jews.

The contemporary Left also invests in weakening society by means of fragmentation. [Alain Soral denounces the ideology of 'communitarianism' that, according to his analysis, fosters competing 'communities' and undermines individual rights and national cohesiveness.] It has generally understood that the working classes often ally themselves with nationalist and patriotic ideologies. The British lower class, for instance, is far more excited these days by the Union Jack and the Queen, than by the remote possibility of a 'communist revolution' ahead. For the Left, therefore, the migrant communities provide an oxygen supply that helps to counter working class cohesiveness. Support from immigrants also conveys an image of a bond between the Left and working people. However, as we learned yesterday, such an agenda puts the Left in clear conflict with indigenous people and especially with the deprived underclass.

Considering their mutual interest in ID politics and immigration, it is natural that Left and progressive institutions are maintained by funding from Jewish lobbies. When Tony Blair led Britain into a criminal war, the Zionist Lord 'Cashpoint' Levy was his chief fundraiser, with help from the LFI (Labour Friends of Israel). In France, the so-called 'socialist' government is more Zionist than Netanyahu's government. But it goes further. Nick Clegg, the leader of the British Liberal Democrats, who was demolished in yesterday's election, aired a desperate SOS call to the Jewish world in the week before the election. The shortsighted Liberal Democrat announced his full support for the Jewish Manifesto for the European Parliament. He was evidently hoping that some rich Jews would be kind enough to bail him out. He was obviously wrong. I guess the Jewish financiers are slightly more sophisticated. Yesterday, the British voters sent Nick Clegg home. The third British party is on the verge of eradication.

George Soros and his Open Society Institute provide us with a spectacular view into the alliance between Jewish tribal interests, and Left and progressive politics. Soros, a funder of the Zionist-light J Street, is the de facto funder of most Left and progressive institutions around the world. Soros invests a portion of his wealth in ID politics, pro-immigration groups, and even some Palestinian NGOs – and you may ask why? Simple: he is a kind philanthropic person who supports a lot of very good causes that are also 'good for the Jews'. And, as mentioned above, a multiplicity of identities, ethnicities, and a fragmented society, are indeed very good for the Jews.

The EU Parliamentary election results sent a clear warning to the Left; I hope that there is someone within the Left who is still capable of reacting and actually addressing the needs of the people. The election also delivers a clear warning to Jewish and Zionist lobbies: the situation in Europe is reaching a boiling point.

I am an immigrant myself. I love living in Britain; I want Britain to be strong and productive. I want my kids to enjoy the best of British education. For many years, I was regarded by the Left as a symbol of multiculturalism, but that was never my goal. I have no interest in imposing my culture or ethnicity on others. I use my art as a means of communication. I believe that beauty is the medium as well as the message.

I live in London, one of the most diverse cities in the world. In my city, a lot of people from many places live in peace, practising their religions and celebrating their identities. We do not need the Guardian of Zion, the Labour Party, or the Jewish lobby to teach us tolerance. We do not need a Zionist organisation to monitor our speech or 'correct' our politics. Instead, the Left needs to reinstate its commitment to the working people, to labour, education, and health. And in order to do so, the Left must first emancipate itself from its Zionist leadership and its Jerusalemite attitude.

http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/the-workless-class-woke-up.html

Alain Soral: "in France, nationalism is regarded as fascism"
(Russia Today – 2012/01)

CRIF, the French AIPAC (English subtitles)

Secret Jewish European Parliament Established in Brussels

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