Monday, February 3, 2014

Britain Bans French Nazi Salute 2.0 Comic

A new 'Nazi salute' is gaining momentum among anti-Semites, who pose for pictures in sensitive sites worldwide (photo galery). Though gaining notoriety in France, the gesture is as yet unknown to the wider public

The right hand and its fingers are stretched downwards along the body, while the left hand performs a "salute" movement on the opposite arm. Click for a step by step guide.

UPDATE: A controversial French comedian at the centre of the Nicolas Anelka anti-semitism row has been banned from entering the UK, the Home Office said. Dieudonné M’bala M’bala said he was planning visit London to support Anelka, who faces a possible five match ban for performing the comic’s “quenelle” salute, believed by some to be an anti-semitic gesture. The West Bromwich Albion footballer made the gesture after scoring against West Ham on December 28. “This gesture was a special dedication to my friend Dieudonné,” Anelka wrote afterwards on Twitter. (Source)

Jan. 10, 2014

Criticism of Islam is not 'the same' as Jew hatred

A number of liberals and libertarians are against the French censorship of Jew hating 'comedian', Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala. Egalitarianism demands the equal ban of 'Muslim hatred'. The victim here, would be the freedom of expression, is their logic. The comparison is however false. While the comedian and the quenelle is targeting individual Jews and Jews as a people, the criticism of Islam is about the religion and the ideology (even if Muslims like to pretend they have been offended personally). The Judge who acquitted Geert Wilderrs, realized this distinction. The criticism of Jew haters is directed against the policies of the state of Israel, or so they say. But this photo galery proves that claim is false. (Source, Dutch)

In the meantime... Dieudonné supporters hack three pro Israeli websites. (Source)

Jan. 9, 2014

Toxic Mix: Jew Hatred Unites France's Collectivists

The Franco-Dutch columnist Sylvain Ephimenco is reporting a toxic mix is emerging in France, rooted in three varieties of the same philosophical stock: subjective group collectivism. Pro Palestinian Leftist radicals (socialism), Right-wing extremists (etno determinism) and (young) Muslims (from the Banlieues) (Islamism, the ummah). They are the collectivist "Country Party" which is pitted against the "Ruling Party". In this witch's cauldron Jew hatred is the catalyst. Jews are traditionally the symbol of... Capitalism. Welcome back in 1930! (Source, Dutch)
France's highest judiciary has upholded the Government's ban on Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala's planned tour around the country, citing "danger to the public order". (Source, Dutch)

Jan. 8, 2014

Turkish Proto Type Nazi Salute 2.0 Emerges

The Le Pen family turns out to be fairly closely associated with the Jew hating 'comic', Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala. Rather painful for Geert Wilders' anti EU front with the French National Front. The old Le Pen is godfather to M'Bala M'Bala junior. No wonder Marine Le Pen takes a somewhat neutral stance when confronted with Dieudonné's Nazi salute 2.0. Meanwhile, the quenelle's Turkish proto type has surfaced. 
Dieudonné has started his career as a comic with a Jewish partner, Elie Semoen. The two were rather fond of provocative jokes, as is proved by this photograph with Semoen in Nazi uniform and Dieudonné in KKK outfit. These days Semoen is not so amused. “Evidently he has a problem with Jews”, says Semoun, “with Israel and with Zionists. In a sketch he plays Soral, who says most awful things about Jews, who sees Jewish conspiracies everywhere in a state of sheer paranoia, far, far removed from what could be considered humor; it's much different from what we did in the past.” (Source, Dutch)
Looks like Wilders has a serious dilemma to work out with his ally in the National Front.

Jan. 6, 2014

French Right Wing Leader Nixes Nazi Salute 2.0

Martine Le Pen was asked for her opinion about the 'quenelle' brought by the racist antisemite, Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala, a 'comedien' who is now subject of censureship by the French Socialist government (source). Here is a sample of his shocking work!

Apparently it's en vogue for members of the National Front to deny that the querelle has anything to do with Jew hatred. Ridiculous of the light of the evidence. But it does show, there is still some traces of morality left in these people. On the other hand, the tweet has been removed. Here's the screen shot:

The leader of the French right wing party National Front, Martine Le Pen has no opinion about the Nazi salute 2.0 made by her father and other figures in the party, as transpires from this footage (...) As this posting shows, the 'quenelle' is far from innocent

(...) (Source)

Dec. 31, 2013

French Soccer Player Gives Neo Nazi Salute (Obama Did It Too)

The growing use of a Nazi-like salute has prompted outrage from European leaders and Jewish groups, with the controversy now drawing in a French soccer player, an NBA star and even, unwittingly, President Barack Obama. French soccer player Nicolas Anelka is under fire for using a Nazi-like gesture to celebrate scoring a goal at a match over the weekend. The gesture, as described by the British newspaper the Guardian, combines “a downward Nazi salute with an obscene gesture meaning ‘up yours.’” Known as the “quenelle,” it is widely viewed in France as anti-Semitic and sympathetic with Nazism. The Times of Israel has also described the quenelle – like the Heil Hitler salute – as “a variant of the Roman salute.” Here’s what it looked like when Anelka performed it at the soccer match:

In an effort to legitimize his actions, Anelka tweeted a photo of Obama and singers Jay-Z and Beyonce. But that gesture is related to a popular move associated with a hip-hop song.


Dec. 13, 2013

New Heil Hitler Gesture Captures Europe

According to Jew hate watchers a crypto Nazi salute is spreading among Jew haters across Europe. In recent months researchers warn anti-Semites have been taking advantage of the lack of public awareness of the new "salute" and taking pictures of themselves performing the salute in particularly symbolic and sensitive places around the world like the Treblinka extermination camp, the Western Wall plaza and next to IDF soldiers, as well as alongside Jews who are unaware of the "trick." They then post the photos on the Internet.