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Dieudonne M'Bala M'Bala (France)
Anti-Semitic Comedian 'A Victim of His Own Fascism'
Standard jew practice: commit act of aggression against enemies, then claim they're doing it to themselves
Sec. Gen. of European Jewish Congress calls Dieudonne an 'embarrassment to France' the day after anti-Semitic Paris march.
By Ari Soffer (jew)
neo-Nazi march in Greece (illustration)
[gee, if i recall, these in the picture aren't neo-nazis, they're leftists protesting Merke's visit. but if that's true, then jew Ari and jew paper Israel National News are...liars]
Anti-Semitic comic Dieudonne M'Bala M'Bala and his followers may consider himself a victim of "the system", but he is in fact simply a victim "of his own fascist convictions", according to a prominent European Jewish leader.
Secretary General of the European Jewish Congress, Serge Cwajgenbaum, told Arutz Sheva that French authorities eventually were forced to crack down on Dieudonne - after long being accused of ineffectiveness against rising anti-Semitism - as his actions became "an embarrassment to France". Dieudonne's performances, which often feature Holocaust denial, anti-Jewish stereotypes and other forms of anti-Semitism, have been banned by authorities, and the hatemonger now faces criminal charges connected to past breaches of race-hate laws.
Cwajgenbaum, himself a French Jew, was speaking at the European Parliament during the International Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorations there earlier this week. He explained to Arutz Sheva how the initiative - the brainchild of the European Jewish Congress - gained traction and is now a permanent feature of the EU's calendar.
Regarding the controversial "quenelle" gesture - an inverted Nazi salute popularized by Dieudonne - Cwajgenbaum said he had no doubt it was anti-Semitic. Dieudonne had initially linked it to anti-Semitism himself, despite presently denying that was his intention, and the symbol is a way for extremists to identify with each other and share anti-Semitic sentiments, he said.
EJC represents kikes in 40 countries. Defends and pursues their JEWISH interests. Does any body represent and defend and pursue your interests, white man?
Participants at the EU ceremony in Brussels joined French and other European Jewish leaders in voicing concern over an alarming rise in anti-Semitism in France, as well as the rise of fascism in Greece and Hungary. Speaking at the event, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras assured the audience that his government was taking the rise of the far-right, anti-Semitic Golden Dawn party very seriously, and emphasized that European leaders had an obligation to ensure that "nothing even remotely like" the Holocaust would ever happen again.
The threat of French anti-Semitism was rammed home just the day before, when an anti-government march in Paris degenerated into a shocking display of hate, as large portions of the 17,000-strong crowd chanted virulently anti-Semitic slogans including "Jews out of France!" and "Jews, France is not for you!"
That is wonderful.
France's Jewish community - the third largest in the world (after Israel and the US) - is seeing an unprecedented exodus, go rats go! may you all drown in the Mediterranean, rat jews and the continuing tide of anti-Semitism has triggered preparations in Israel for a major influx of olim (immigrants to Israel) from the country.
A recent poll by the EU's Fundamental Rights Agency recorded that 40% of French Jews fear publicly identifying as Jews, and that 75% of European Jews feel that anti-Semitism is on the rise.
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French comedian Dieudonné sentenced to two months in prison
During a show in Liege, Dieudonné called Hitler a "sweet kid" and a "joyful braggart", questioned the existence of Nazi gas chambers and described the Talmud as a "s*** book"
By Henry Samuel, Paris 11:39AM GMT 25 Nov 2015
A Belgian court has sentenced controversial French comedian Dieudonné to two months in prison for incitement to hatred over alleged racist and anti-Semitic remarks he made during a show in Belgium.
Dieudonné M'Bala M'Bala, a regular in French courts over similar charges, was also fined €9,000 (£6,300) by the court in the eastern city of Liege over a show he gave there in 2012. He was not present for the verdict.
During the show before 1,000 people in Herstal, a Liege suburb and which was recorded by police, Dieudonné called Hitler a "sweet kid" and a "joyful braggart".
He also called into question the Nazi gas chambers and described the Talmud as a "s*** book".
Eric Lemmens, a lawyer for Belgium's Jewish organisations, said: "All the accusations against Dieudonné were established - both incitement to hatred and hate speech but also Holocaust denial.
"For me this is more than satisfying, this is a major victory," he added. The comedian was also ordered to publish the ruling in Belgium's two main national daily newspapers, Le Soir and La Libre Belgique.
Earlier this month the European Court of Human Rights came out against Dieudonné in a separate case, ruling that freedom of speech did not protect "racist and anti-Semitic performances".
Dieudonné was protesting a fine he received from a French court in 2009 for inviting a Holocaust-denier on stage. He was fined €10,000 for what that court referred to as "racist insults".
In March, a French court also handed Dieudonné a two months suspended sentence for anti-Semitic remarks after he suggested he appeared to express sympathy with the attacks against satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket in Paris, which killed 17.
"I feel like Charlie Coulibaly," he wrote on Facebook, a play on the slogan "Je suis Charlie" and Amedy Coulibaly, one of the gunmen.
The performer, who made his name in a double act with Jewish comedian Elie Semoun, is infamous for his trademark "quenelle" hand gesture that looks like an inverted Nazi salute but which he insists is merely anti-establishment. It was notably used by Nicolas Anelka, a former West Bromwich Albion striker, who was handed a five-match ban by the FA for making the gesture in 2013.
Dieudonné has appeared several times in French court over racism and anti-Semitism charges. He and his supporters say he merely exercises his right to free speech and to mock anything he sees fit.
It was not immediately clear if he intended to appeal the decision.