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July 25, 2004
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Picture of man in Nazi uniform proudly displayed in the streets of France

If you have ever visited Paris and many other French cities, you might have noticed that in many street corners you'll see huge posters attached to columns/walls.

These posters are a way for ad companies to distribute their messages, and you'll generally see announcements on new movies, plays, rock concerts, new magazines, etc...

This week, the citizens of Paris could see the picture of Dieudonne, a French racist bastard originally from Cameroon, dressed up in a Nazi uniform:

A French racist bastard, Mr. Dieudonne, finds it funny to dress up as a German Nazi mass murderer

This racist excuse for a human being was promoting his show "Mes Excuses" (My apologies), and apparently dressing up in a Nazi uniform and identifying with an entity that was responsible for the mass murder of millions of people seems funny to him.

A few months ago, this same Islamic Fascist sympathizer dressed up as an Orthodox Jew on French national TV and raised his arm in a Nazi salute while shouting "Isra-Heil".

Sadly, today, the call for the mass murder of French Jews is mainstream French comedy. No wonder Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon called for French Jews to immigrate to Israel due to the high number of racist attacks against Jews that have occurred in France in the last few years.

Found this on the excellent No Pasaran and LGF.

Posted by David Melle at July 25, 2004 04:23 PM
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http://www.upjf.org/documents/showthread.php?threadid=6932

Il vaut mieux que vous alliez sur le lien ci-dessus, il y a des photos qui vous plairont sûrement.

Mis en ligne : le 06-07-2004 à 01:43.
Dieudonné a des trous dans sa culture, un Internaute y remédie
Mise à jour 06/07/04

Un autre internaute nous adresse cet extrait d'un livre de Gilles Perrault, célèbre chroniqueur de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, qui corrobore les objections faites aux affirmations de Dieudonné:

"Comme cela ne suffisait pas, on a enrôlé sous la bannière à croix gammée des contingents étrangers. La Wehrmarcht, glaive d'une nation fière de sa pureté raciale, comprend en 1944 des Noirs, des Indiens, des Cosaques, des Arméniens, des Tartares, des Kalmouks, des Aidges, des Français, des Harbadines, des Karajères, des Barkars, des Ossétans, des Ingous, des Ouzbeks, des Belges, des Kasaks, des Kirghizes, etc..."

(Gilles Perrault, Le Secret du Jour J, Fayard, 1964, p. 17).

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Un internaute nous écrit :

"Dieudonné ose maintenant, sur sa nouvelle affiche, porter une casquette et un uniforme d'officier Allemand du IIIe Reich...

"Sûr de lui, comme à l'ordinaire, il a déclaré : « C'est un personnage impossible puisque aucun Noir n'a jamais servi dans l'armée du IIIe Reich, ni n'a jamais participé à l'extermination du peuple juif. »

En est-il si sûr ?

Notre internaute lui rétorque :

« FAUX ! Je vous envoie une photo d'un soldat noir africain au service du IIIe Reich, dans la légion Freies Arabien (Deutsch-Arabische Lehr-Abteilung), et arborant les insignes de la Wehrmacht (aigle avec croix gammée sur la casquette et sur la poitrine)


« Je vous envoie aussi une page de magazine avec une photographie de soldats arabes arborant le même uniforme !

« À vous de faire passer ! »

Frédéric Sroussi
Israël

P.S. : Ces photos sont tirées d'un excellent dossier intitulé ''Hitler et l'Islam'' paru dans 39-45 Magazine, numéro 80."

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Ajoutons qu'en dehors des Noirs, des Bosniaques musulmans ont servi dans l'armée allemande et même dans les Waffen-SS (1), comme en témoignent deux des clichés ci-dessous, avec les encouragements du Grand Mufti Haj Muhammed Amin al-Husseini rallié à Hitler

Ces jeunes nazis bosniaques lisent une brochure intitulée «Islam et Judaïsme»


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(1) Pour en savoir plus sur la collaboration du mufti et des troupes bosno-musulmanes avec le régime hitlérien, consulter notre dossier : Liens privilégiés entre nazis et Palestiniens durant la Seconde Guerre Mondiale.

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Last but not least, l'antisémitisme arabe n'est pas l'apanage de l'islam extrémiste, et il n'appartient pas à un passé lointain. A preuve, cette utilisation jordanienne de la propagande nazie, en 1991...


Couverture d'un livre jordanien datant de 1991. © www.antisemitismus.net


... et cet hommage appuyé paru dans le journal jordanien, Al-Sabil, en 1999:

«Nous devons apprendre de nos modèles, et entreprendre ce qui est important pour nos voeux d'Arabes. Hitler a réussi ce qu'aucun Arabe n'est parvenu à faire jusqu'à aujourd'hui : il a purifié son pays des Juifs. Considérez Hitler et reprenez ainsi l'espoir d'une Jérusalem libérée.»

(Extrait d'un article intitulé "Nazis und Islamisten: Neue Allianzen ?", sur www.antisemitismus.net.)

Et l'on s'étonne qu'Arafat projette de faire de la Palestine une terre "Judenrein" !
Comme dit l'adage, "la pomme n'est pas tombée loin de l'arbre".

Menahem Macina

© upjf.org

Mis en ligne le 05 juillet 2004 sur le site http://www.upjf.org.

Cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous, vous trouverez les photos trèes intéressantes !!!

http://www.upjf.org/documents/showthread.php?threadid=6932

Posted by: Paul Loup on July 26, 2004 05:41 AM

Hello,
Im french. Openminded. Not racist at all.
And i would say you should check it twice. I agree that this guy sucks sometimes, but i guess it was firstly more due to his fight in the defense of the 400 years of black people's slavery, Colonies etc..
that the french gouvernement or the differnet medias never mention, as they not do, concerning the shoah. His mistake on my point of view is to try to compare the suffering.
He did once on a tv show, a realllllly bad sketch (i totally agree with that) about israel politics, and the israel wall.
Then everybody jumped on him, and the media started to call him satan, nazi, antisemite, etc.. He was called 23 times in justice for this sketch. So he's now joking about it now, and play with the medias, like for this picture, cause no one wants to promote any of his new shows.

Strange to notice that people seems to forget he use to be in a duo for 10 years with his best friend eli semoun (jew btw). They played for years same types of sketches. for example, 2 fathers, a black and a jew, argue about their sons' fight the day before. some things like that. Sounds like it would be impossible to do the same these years, why?

In fact for those who are able to understand french I suggest you to watch one of his show, and u would be sure to see how fun he is, joking about everything/everybody, my britanny, black people, chinese, belgians, nazis, him, the medias, education, animals, etc.

Please watch then judge. :) Cause i was like you years ago, and a very-fan friend showed it to me. Strange that Im a fan now, and he s not anymore (he's saying "he push it too far") :)

Actually, im definitly more afraid about the calm & silent bourgeois antisemitism that is growing in europe, than dieudonné..


The french comic Pierre desproges (RIP) used to say:
"we can laugh about anything, yes, but not with everybody."

Thank u
matt

Posted by: upfront on September 30, 2009 05:56 PM
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