Paul-Eric Blanrue and French Jewish Lobby

IRAN[1]French historian, author and film-maker, Paul-Eric Blanrue, 48, has long been declared anti-Semite by French Jewish Lobby (CRIF) for authoring books like Sarkozy, Israël et les Juifs (Sarkozy, Israel and Jews). He also produced a documentary of world renowned French Holocaust challenger, Dr. Robert Faurisson, Un Homme (A Man). The documentary (watch below) was screened at Tehran’s Conference on Hollywoodism in Cinema in February 2012. Both Blanrue and Faurisson attended the conference. Iranian president Dr. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad presented an award to Dr. Faurisson for having the courage to stand up to the Zionist power. See photo above.

On February 14, 2012, Dr. Robert Faurisson stated: “There is a bomb, President Ahmadinejad will not hesitate to use: the poor man’s atomic bomb – the bomb of revisionism, which killing or maiming no one, will get the better of huge imposture – that of the Holocaust.”

In 2013, a court in Bobigny, near Paris, banned Blanrue’s 324-page 2007 book, The Anthology of Quotes against Jews, Judaism and Zionism, for being ‘hate literature’. The book is edited by French philosopher Alain Soral. Soral, who owns the publishing firm, Kontre Kulture, was fined $10,795.

Paul-Eric Blanrue, Alain Soral and comedian Dieudonne (watch a video below) are hated by French Organized Jewry (CRIF) for criticizing the Establishment and leaders of all three major political parties headed by pro-Israel Zionists or Jews; Socialist headed by Jewish Hollande, UPM headed by Jewish Sarkozy and Front National headed by Marine Le Pen, who has a Jewish boyfriend Louis Aliot. She just kicked her father and founder of the party, Jean-Marie Le Pen, for denying Jewish Holocaust.

Marine Le Pen became the darling of the Jewish when she an anti-Muslim statement at 2010 rally in Lyon: “I’m sorry, but for those who really like to talk about WWII, if we are talking about occupation, we could talk about that (Muslims praying in streets due to lack of mosques), because that is clearly an occupation of the territory.”

The goondas from Ligue de Defense Juive (LDJ), the French version of America’s banned terrorist organization, the Jewish Defense League have been vandalizing stores and burning books by anti-Israel authors like Paul-Eric Blanrue.

Most French Catholics don’t know that under Jewish lobby pressure many verses warning about Jews have been deleted from the French version of the New Testament.

In 2009, someone claimed that Paul-Eric Blanrue converted to Islam, but I never bothered to verify it. Thanks to CRIF, Blanrue was forced to live in exile, first in Belgium and currently in Italy.

2 responses to “Paul-Eric Blanrue and French Jewish Lobby

  1. I expect Norman Finkelstein to write a new book about the Antisemitism industry which seems to be overtaking the Holocaust industry at the present time. I’ve personally suffered from antisemitosis ever since the day I woke up to the history of Palestinian suffering at the hands of the Jewish extremist Zio-con fanatics. Funny coincidence that isn’t it?

    • I hate to disappoint you, but Finkelstein like Chomsky and Richard Falk also believes that non-Jews have no right to criticize Jewish behavior. Dr. Falk once told me that my calling someone “Jew” instead of “Jewish” is antiemitism.

      Gilad Atzmon says that in the good-old-days, when European Christian hated Jews, they’re called “antisemite”. These days an “antisemite” is a person who is disliked by Jews.

      The term ‘Antisemitism’ was coined by Wilhelm Marr in the 1870s. It was applied to European Christians who hated Jews. However, when it’s written with hyphen ‘Anti-Semitism’ – it means hatred toward Semite people who are found in far greater numbers among Arab Muslims and Christians than the entire world Jewry.

      Professor Rabbi Dan Cohn-Sherbok (University of Wales) has authored three books on “antisemitism”, and has always used the term without hyphen to describe Gentiles’ hatred toward Jews.

      https://rehmat1.com/2012/11/27/antisemitism-vs-anti-semitism/

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