The “quenelle” goes to Mumbai

TonyParkerDeudonne[1]Early this year, French sportsman playing for UK’s West Bromwich Albion Football Club, Nicolas Anelka, was fined, dismissed for playing in next five international tournaments and was demanded to attend classes on the so-called SIX MILLION DIED Zionist myth by the International Football Association.

On September 14, 2014, Anelka signed a contract with the Mumbai City Football Club to play in the Indian Supper League tournament being played from Oct. 12 to December 20, 2014. The captain of the team is no other than Syed Rahim Nabi. The team is managed by Peter Reid and co-owned by Bollywood young actor Ranbir Kapoor and Bimal Parekh, a wealthy charted accountant.

We are delighted to announce the signing of Nicolas Anelka and thrilled that a player with a stunning pedigree such as his is part of our team,” Kapoor said of his franchise’s latest signing. “His abilities and ­experience are known the world over and I am certain his presence will give us the firepower required upfront. We welcome him to the Mumbai City FC squad,” said MCFC statement.

Anelka, 35, has already paid the £80,000 fine, but so far has refused to attend the Holocaust educational course, which is mandatory if he ever decided to join a European team. However, the organized Jewry is not in the mood to “forgive” Anelka’s “Jew bashing” hand gesture. Under pressure from the UK’s Jewish Lobby, FA confirmed last month that it would make formal representations to the ISL and FIFA to ensure Anelka sits out the first five games of the season once Mumbai apply for the transfer of his registration.

Nicolas Anelka still insists that he was not at fault when he made his quenelle gesture to celebrate his winning goal and to honor his friend, French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala during a Premier League match in December 2013.

Israeli-born British Jazz musician and author, Gilad Atzmon, wrote on January 7, 2014: “If the quenelle is loosely defined as an anti establishment salute, one may wonder why Jews are offended by it and regard it as an ‘anti-Semitic’ gesture?  Is it because many Jews actually identify with ‘the establishment’? And how do we explain the fact that the French government is happy to compromise the most elementary liberties just to appease the French Jewish Lobby (CRIF)? The truth is devastating – Palestine is here and the French people are the Palestinians Du Jour…” Watch a video below showing Atzmon performing “quenelle”.

In 2012, Bollywood’s top actor, Shah Rukh Khan, was banned to watch his IPL cricket team Kolkata Night Riders for next five years. In May 2014, the IPL lifted the ban allowing Khan to watch only those matches in which his team plays.


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