16 July, 2006

In France, Criticizing Jews, Or Interpreting History in Ways Jews Don’t Approve, Equals “Crime Against Humanity”

Posted by alex in France, free-speech martyrs at 4:58 pm | Permanent Link

[The neocons and the Coulters who lick their ass never end remarking on PC covering for Muslims in France – this below is the other side of that coin, which they NEVER mention. Jews, as ever, as everywhere, are the prime beneficiaries of political correctness – after all, jews were the ones who invented it. Wherever jews appear, immediately flow demands to privilege the jewish version of history, i.e., a common narrative lie, departure from which is grounds for firing, ridicule – even murder. Jews set themselves against the truth, and this is why they buy up media as quickly as they can. It is the only way to make their lies stick.]

France’s Le Pen to stand trial for Nazi remarks

Reuters Wednesday, 12 July 2006 / 7:58 PM BST

PARIS- French far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will face trial for saying the Nazi occupation of France during World War Two had not been “particularly inhumane”, a judicial source said on Wednesday.

The conservative government, anti-racism organisations and

Jewish groups sharply condemned Le Pen’s comments last year, when they were published in an interview with right-wing weekly magazine Rivarol.

“In France, at least, the German occupation was not particularly inhumane, although there were some blunders, inevitable in a country of 550,000 sq km,” Le Pen had said.

French anti-racism laws have made denying the Holocaust a crime, punishable by fines or prison.

Le Pen would be tried for “complicity in contesting crimes against humanity and complicity in justifying war crimes”, the judicial source said, without giving a date for the trial. Le Pen, who in 1987 dismissed the Holocaust as a “detail” of history, alarmed Europe in 2002 by reaching the second round of France’s presidential election on an anti-immigrant and anti-Europe platform.

Le Pen is seeking to run again in the 2007 presidential poll. If the court convicted him and he lost his eligibility, Le Pen would still be able appeal the verdict — postponing a final ruling until after the poll and allowing him to run.

Paris prosecutors and a group representing the children of Jews deported from France during World War Two had called for judicial investigations into Le Pen’s comments last year.

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  7. 8 Responses to “In France, Criticizing Jews, Or Interpreting History in Ways Jews Don’t Approve, Equals “Crime Against Humanity””

    1. Jim Says:

      I’ve always viewed the holocaust tales as setting a sort of precedent for the unwashed bovine. Can’t you just see our less educated brethern justifying their righteous actions by saying …….. ” Well, the Germans did it too “.

    2. Kitchener Says:

      “Le Pen would be tried for “complicity in contesting crimes against humanity and complicity in justifying war crimesâ€?”

      “Complicity in contesting”….you’ve got to be fucking kidding me. What’s next, conspiracy to be complicit in contesting crimes against humanity or better yet; thinking about conspiring to be complicit in contesting crimes against humanity. Jesus Harold Christ. How can anyone who may be just passing by this site or monitoring it (a hardy hello to our federal friends) honestly say that the law under which le Pen is being charged is a just law? It must really piss off the yids and their elitist co-conspirators that they still have to bother with all of the verbs in these laws. They can’t wait for the day when they can just decree outright: “If you criticize a yid…you die!”

    3. Il Duce Says:

      Le Pen should have taking it a step further: under the allies’ occupation, there were rapes, looting and killing. 50000anti-communists were killed. These were scholars, Professors, scientist etc,. Not to mention the fact the allies carpet bombing of French cities. I would guess the Nazis withdrew the troops from Paris so as to save the majestic city from the allies Ariel barbaric bombing as they did in Monte casino historic castle; was blown to smithereens.

      When the History Channels show the French with cheers, is not because of the allies, rather, they were happy the terror from the skies was over. Fuck all the patriotards greatest asshole generation.

    4. Kamerad Q Says:

      An English translation from the original Jewspeak Reuters report:

      France’s Le Pen to stand trial for French observations

      PARIS- French leader Jean-Marie Le Pen will face trial for saying “In France, at least, the German occupation was not particularly inhumane, although there were some blunders, inevitable in a country of 550,000 sq km�

      In response, the Jewish occupation authority of France has charged Le Pen with “complicity in contesting crimes against humanity and complicity in justifying war crimes� While the charge sounds ominous it simple means Le Pen maybe complicit in exposing Jewish crimes against humanity and complicit in justifying resistance to those war crimes.

      The Jewish occupation authority’s anti-racism laws have made disbelieving Jewish propaganda a crime, punishable by fines or prison.

      Le Pen, who in 1987 dismissed the Holocau$t as a “detail� of history, alarmed International Jewry in 2002 by reaching the second round of France’s presidential election on a pro-French and pro-Europe platform.

    5. Lutjens Says:

      No German occupation was inhumane, not even Poland, as bad as the Poles treated the German people within its borders early 20th century. Let’s talk about inhumane occupations by the Bolsheviks and their self-righteous Allies instead. There is much more detail to cover on that subject matter, especially body counts.

    6. jimbo Says:

      FUCK the jews!
      kill ’em ALL!

    7. Tanner Says:

      Note this: “French anti-racism laws have made denying the Holocaust a crime, punishable by fines or prison.”

      Note that the article doesn’t say he denied the Holocaust, because he didn’t; it just says denying the Holocaust is a crime. So you’ll think he denied the Holocaust, even though you have just read that wasn’t a part of his statement.

      Every single newspaper and news commentator has been using this exact same technique when reporting this story. First, quoting Le Pen. Then in the next breath, saying “but denying the Holocaust is a crime in France.” NOT “Le Pen denied the Holocaust,” which of course he didn’t, so they can’t say that.

      The complete uniformity in using the same trick when presenting this story is telling.

    8. Joe Larkin Says:

      The vast majority of the French people found surrender preferable to the slaughter indured duriing the first world war. Resistance was the exception, collaboration the rule. Then, as now, the generally anti-semetic population had no trouble assisting the Nazis in rounding up and carting away as many of their former neighbors as possible. And so, the seeds sown then have grown and matured into the nazi-fascist hoard that threatens France and all western societies in the name of islam. Perhaps the germans will return to round up, gas, and burn these Islamo-fascists some day.