To the great disappointment, most popular and controversial French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala is set to perform at Theatre de Beaulieu in Lausanne, Switzerland on January 24, 2015 and in Val-de-Ruz the next day. The local Jewish groups have failed in their 8-month long campaign to get Dieudonne banned in Switzerland. He is already banned to perform in Britain, France and Canada since he was declared “Jew hater” by the Organized Jewry a decade ago.
The Jewish Daily Forward reported on January 23, 2015 that Swiss Jews would set-up stands with information about the dangers of Antisemitism outside venues hosting Dieudonne.
“Freedom of expression is an essential principal but which cannot be evoked to justify any discrimination,” said the announcement Thursday by CICAD, a Jewish watchdog group which monitors criticism of Holocaust and Israel.
Interestingly, these Jewish bigots defended the republication of anti-Islam cartoons by some pro-Israel Swiss papers which were originally created and published by Zionist Jew Flemming Rose, the cultural editor of Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
Two days after the much touted Millions’ rally by the Freedom of Speech hypocrites, in Paris lead by the French Jewish president Hollande, Dieudonne was arrested by Paris police for criticizing the rally.
Switzerland has a long history of close cooperation with the Zionist entity, but still it couldn’t escape from Israeli state terrorism and blackmail. In March 1998, five Israeli Mossad agents were arrested in an attempt to assassinate a Lebanese immigrant in an apartment in Bern suburb, allegedly linked to Islamic Resistance Hizbullah. However, under Israeli pressure, all of them were extradited to Israel within a few months of their arrests.
On July 15, 2013, the World Jewish Congress reported that “Swiss Banks’ Holocaust fund paid out 1.25 billion dollars” as result of a landmark 1998 deal between the World Jewish Congress and Swiss banks. The deal was accomplished with the help of US politicians and the American media against the Alpine confederation, which had included threats of economic boycott.
Austria-born Jew Holocaust historian Raul Hilberg called the deal Jewish blackmail. “I was nearly alarmed when I heard that the Swiss banks would pay 1.25 billion dollars,” he said in an interview published in the respected Swiss weekly Weltwoche (January 28, 1999). In the campaign against Switzerland, Hilberg went on, “the Jews have used a weapon that can only be described as blackmail (Erpressung).” At another point in the interview he said: “I cannot accept the thesis that the blackmail methods were the only way to deal with this issue.”
Listen below an interview Dieudonne gave to Iran’s Press TV in 2010.