In the photo below and to the right, a French comedian, Dieudonne, makes a gesture which the Jews claim is ant-Semitic. They say it is the reverse of the Nazi salute. Firstly, what makes my blood boil is the fact that 80-90% of modern Jews are NOT A SEMITIC people. Secondly, how in the hell can a gesture be anti-Semitic? What fools the Zionist Jews must think we are to believe that bullsh#t!!
As a side-bar, Google/You Tube “Benjamin Freedman (Facts are Facts)” for some info on modern Jews and their ancestry. According to his own words, in a 1961 speech at the Willard Hotel in Wash, D.C., the late Freedman, who was an ex-Jew, stated that he held, at one time, positions within the White House administration. During his 1961speech, he warned of the plans being laid to throw the United States into a third world war. (my intro)
Source: PRESS TV Posted Jan.29, 2014
French police have launched a raid on the home of anti-Zionist comedian, Dieudonne M’bala M’bala, as well as his offices, seizing his personal documents and other belongings.
The French government accuses the controversial comedian of what it describes as promotion of anti-Semitism, and it is mounting pressure against him through judicial measures.
The government has already banned M’bala M’bala’s public gatherings and the raids on Tuesday were sanctioned as, what the government claims, part of a broader investigation into suspected fraud by Dieudonné.
He has been also convicted for a series of hate speeches, for which authorities are now seeking to compel Dieudonné to pay tens of thousands of euros in outstanding fines.
They have accused him of suspected money-laundering and misuse of corporate assets.
Dieudonné, whose father is from Cameroon and whose mother is French-Caucasian, has popularized a gesture called “quenelle” salute – which authorities have branded as anti-Semitic. It is a straight-armed downward gesture that some have likened to a reverse Nazi salute.
The comedian argues that his gesture is anti-Zionist, not anti-Semitic. The gesture was first used during a campaign in 2009. Since then, it has been reproduced all over the Internet, and particularly among the comedian’s hundreds of thousands of fans.
In the past few months, Dieudonné has been banned from performing in several French cities on the grounds of maintaining public order.
Meanwhile, French President François Hollande has publicly supported the ban on his performances. (Yep, if he wants to stay in power! My comment.)