by Attila – 22.5.09
At a time when, along with wars, hate crimes and hate crime bills are all the rage, France has gone and surprised us once again. Not a revolution quite, this time round, but something similar and stunning for the rest of fossilised Europe. This is how it all started. An extremely popular stand-up comedian of French-Cameroonian origin, Dieudonné M'bala M'bala, took part in a TV show on channel France 3, along with a Maghrebian artist.
Dieudonné took it upon himself to play the part of an extremist Israeli settler, almost out of his mind with fury that an Arab should be allowed to taint a French show boasting such a wide following. As we can see, Dieudonné has something in common with Barack Obama. Both are mixed-race. But unlike the illustrious occupant of the White House, the French comedian does not believe in lying, deceiving, dissembling. Truth is what he deals in.
Dieudonné has spared no one in his critical stance towards society, ridiculing any and everyone he suspects of hypocrisy and deception. But the effrontery he has shown in criticising an Israeli was more than present-day French society could take. A frenzy of criticism descended on Dieudonné’s person, diabolised in much the same way Jean-Marie Le Pen once was. The powerful organisations of French Zionism, led by the infamous CRIF (Representative Committee of Jewish organisations in France, the French equivalent of American AIPAC)) immediately attacked Dieudonné, suing him for racists comments and "anti-Semitism" (a criminal offence in France).
Each year brought its own special reward. In June 2006, the comedian was fined (4.500 Euro) by one French court for calling a Jewish TV presenter “a secret donor of the child-murdering Israeli army”. In November 2007 another court fined him (5000 Euro) because he had had the temerity to establish a link between Jews and slave traders. In June 2008, another fine hit him (7000 Euro) for his designation of the Holocaust as “memorial pornography”. In February 2009, it was Canada’s turn to join the act and Dieudonné found himself shelling out 75.000 Canadian dollars for anti-Semitic defamation against one Patrick Bruel, singer and actor. It has grown so bad that a Save Dieudonné Fund has been set up to collect money for future fines. This was certainly not the first time that the Zionist network had decided to crush an outspoken critic of its role in politics or its unconditional support for the last racist state on the planet: Israel. But on this occasion, the French branch underestimated their opponent and completely misread the situation.. Dieudonné began making the accusations of anti-Semitism brought against him the central feature of his sketches..
Having failed to bully and intimidate Dieudonné into holding his tongue, the Zionists decided to topple his career as a comedian into oblivion. In obvious response to his defiant stance, they then used their total control over the French political class to shut down his shows on the pretext that they would "threaten the public order". Concert halls which used to fawn over Dieudonné now refused to hire him, referring to orders from above which they didn’t dare disobey. Well, Dieudonné has always been an ingenious person. He rented a bus and began performing his skits in that restricted venue. But at least the message got out. His fame spread further afield. And Dieudo, as he is commonly known, had one more thing up his sleeve. With impeccable logic he argued: if as a comedian my freedom of speech is denied me, let me give it a second try as a politician.
Dieudo had already tried to run for office on several occasions, without bringing in the voters. This time, however, he came up with an absolute winner. Borrowing from other somewhat honest analysts in France (rare beings, though these are), Dieudo pointed out that the Left-Right division in politics no longer obtained. The sole issue distinguishing one political party from another in France was their attitude towards the Zionist ideology, the state of Israel, and the role of the Israel Lobby in France itself. Needless to say, pandemonium ensued. The French ruling elite, foaming at the mouth, descended into total hysteria. To a man, mainstream shills declared that the comedian’s new political party had to be banned, many of them adding that Dieudonné was probably insane and needed locking up.
But Dieudo is not one to give in to threats and calumny. Steadily his new political movement has gained momentum. Calmly he has begun introducing some of the leading lights of this new party to the general public. And so it has come to pass: the birth of "the Anti-Zionist Movement" of France now running as candidates for the European Parliament. What cannot be stressed enough is that the Anti-Zionist list is made up of candidates drawn from every walk of life and political movement imaginable. Unionists, nationalist conservatives, Roman-Catholics, Muslims, ex-Communists, Socialists, even a few dissident Jews, etc. Ethnically, there are no exclusions within the movement.
It appears that the Zionist threat is truly uniting many of those who until recently were virulently opposed to each other. The rage of the establishment knows no bounds, and if this thoroughly ZOG country can at all get away with it, they will no doubt impose means to outlaw Dieudonné's political movement, declaring it a criminal organisation and therefore illegal. But stranger things have been known to happen. If luck holds, Dieudonné’s new party might do very well, indeed..
As our main source puts it: “Banning Dieudonne's political party will, at best, be a stop-gap solution as we can be certain that Dieudo will sue the French courts in Brussels and that, if needed, he will simply re-compose his movement under another name. Under the influence of the recent immigrants to France, French society is changing and it appears that while the "native" French did not have the wits and guts to take on the Zionists in power, those who immigrated to France do have what it takes.”
Courage galore and no lack of ideas either! Thanks to Dieudonné, Zionism is now finally being recognised for what it is: a tribal and racist, ideology, and support for Israel is now regarded as no less morally repugnant than support for Apartheid used to be when Boers reigned supreme. The entire intellectual edifice, carefully built up by the Zionists in France over many decades, stands henceforth in danger of being closely examined and questioned. Now that the key issues have been spelled out, the Zionists will find it hard to paper over the cracks.
Or as Dieudo has stated on several occasions: he has already won his victory. What comes next? Dieudonné does not take his participation in the forthcoming elections too seriously. Humour can open the doors of liberation. The ridicule which Dieudonné is now heaping on the previously sacred cows of French Ziopropagnda, such as the "The Eternal Memory of the Shoah" (all in caps), and all the rest of the Zionist brainwashing system might well prove to be a formidable weapon for which the Zionists no longer have a readily-whipped out standard answer. It will be very interesting to see what happens between now and June 7th - the election date.
(Main Source: Fight Fire with Humor – French comedian faces off against Zionists, blog The Truth Will Set You Free, 19.5.09) – Dieudonné vids available on You Tube)