Just three weeks after a million Paris rally in support of Judeo-Christians’ rights to insult Islam and Muslims under the rhetoric of freedom of speech, the European found their own genuine freedom of speech is facing the Organized Jewry’s firing squad.
British Jewish Chronicle, country’s top Israeli propaganda website, reported on January 26, that a panel of European Jewish leaders headed by Israeli professor Yoram Dinstein (Tel Aviv University) and backed by several former EU head of states and governments have proposed that any criticism of Jews, Israel or Holocaust should be banned by the 28-member European Union being an old-fashioned antiemitism.
The proposal entitled A European Framework National Statute for the Promotion of Tolerance, reads: “There is no need to be tolerant to the intolerant. This is especially important as far as freedom of expression is concerned: that freedom must not be abused to defame other groups.” Naturally this “Jewish tolerance” doesn’t apply to French Charlie Hebdo magazine or Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten for publishing insulting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
Ironically, in December 2013, the European Union’s Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) announced that it no longer agrees with the term Antisemitism as described by the Organized Jewry.
Under pressure from AIPAC, an umbrella group of 50 American Jewish groups, Washington has slammed a Turkish court for banning the anti-Islam Charlie Hebdo magazine. US-Israeli ally, Egypt is also planning to ban the magazine.
France’s major opposition party, National Front, has been victim of country’s “freedom of speech” as result of its founder Jean-Marie Le Pen’s denial of the Six Million story. In May 1995, Jewish millionaire Laurent Fabius (current FM), then president of French Parliament blamed National Front party for the Carpentras affair hoax claiming that a Jewish cadaver in the Jewish cemetery had been taken out of its grave and impaled through the rectum with a pole. The French NF, like the British BNP, is anti-Muslim, anti-immigration racist political party.
“The staff of Charlie Hebdo was and is perhaps the most representative collection of culture-distorters and culture-retards ever assembled at one place. “They” are all there: communists, Grand Orient Freemasons, apostate Jews, each committed to a neo-Jacobin ridicule of everything traditional, every form of morality, any vestige of faith. The program was and is designed to be a provocation, and when there was a reaction humbug has reigned, and the amoral feign moral outrage,” Kerry Bolton said.
“While pontificating about “free speech,” criticism of Israel was not tolerated. Never did they campaign in favor of genuine “heretics” such as those who questioned the “Holocaust.” Never did they respond to the cause of the continuously vilified, constantly prosecuted and physically beaten Dr. Robert Faurisson. Charlie Hebdo served as a mouthpiece for the ideology of the world system in a scabrous convergence of Masonry, economic liberalism, Jacobinism, Zionism, and Marxism,” added Kerry Bolton in an article entitled Charlie Hebdo: All Idiots Now.
In order to expose western double standard on “freedom of speech”, Iran’s House of Cartoon and the Sarcheshmeh Cultural Complex has decided to hold their second Holocaust contest in the near future. The first Holocaust contest was held in December 2006.
The French myth of “freedom of speech” was exposed on January 9 by British socialist writer, novelist and film-producer Tariq Ali: “Charlie Hebdo had made no secret of the fact that it intended to carry on provoking believing Muslims by targeting the Prophet. Most Muslims were angry about this, but ignored the insult. The paper had reprinted the Danish daily Jyllands-Posten’s cartoons of Muhammad in 2005 – the ones that depicted him as a Pakistani immigrant. The Danish newspaper admitted that it would never publish anything similar depicting Moses or the Jews (perhaps it had already done so: it certainly published articles supporting the Third Reich), but Charlie Hebdo sees itself as having a mission to defend republican secular values against all religions. It has occasionally attacked Catholicism, but it’s hardly ever taken on Judaism (though Israel’s numerous assaults on Palestinians have offered many opportunities) and has concentrated its mockery on Islam. French secularism today seems to encompass anything as long as it’s not Islamic.”