Belgium has turned into a nation of paranoid. Last week Brussels clamp-down martial-law over the city, because some idiots predicted a Paris-style false flag. Judging by Belgians past anti-Israel record, Israel has the right to defend itself by all means.
On Wednesday, a city court in Liege (Belgium) pronounced a two-month jail sentence and a £6,300 fine for French comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala for questioning the existence of gas chambers during his comedy act in Belgium. The French antisemite, as usual, didn’t bother to appear in the court.
Incidentally in December 2011, a gunman killed three people and injured another 75 people in Liege (here).
The Organized Jewry has tried to silence Dieudonne for years as result of his support for Palestinians and Iran. The Jewish Lobby has got him banned in Canada, Britain, France and few other European nations where challenging Zionists’ narrative of Holocaust is a crime punishable with 3-year in jail and heavy fine.
Though Jewish Lobby’s sanctions against Dieudonne have brought economic hardships on the French comedian, he has refused to ‘shut-up’. Last year, the prestigious international literary and human-rights organization, Stylo France, recognized Dieudonne’s courage to stand-up to the Zionist Mafia by giving him the 2015 Freedom of Speech Award (here).
If there is some consolation, Dieudonne should know Mahatma Gandhi’s grandson, professor Arun Gandhi (University of Rochester), co-founder and president US-based MK Gandhi Institute for Non-violence, penned a column for the Washington Post (January 7, 2008) in which he accused Israel and Zionist Jews of using Holocaust to blackmail others. The column was later removed from archives under pressure from Dr. Efraim Zuroff, the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Israel director, who called Arun, Jew-hater like his grandfather, who refused to bless partition of British occupied Palestine to accommodate Europe’s unwanted Jews.
“Jewish identity has been locked into the Holocaust experience -a German burden that Jews have not been able to shed. It’s a very good example of a community can overplay a historic experience to the point that it begins to repulse friends. The Holocaust was result of the warped mind of an individual who was able to influence his followers into doing something dreadful. But, it seems to me the Jews today not only want the Germans to feel guilty but the whole world must regret what happened to the Jews. The world did feel sorry for the episode but when an individual or a nation refuses to forgive and move on the regret turns into anger. The Jewish identity in the future appears bleak. Any nation that remain anchored to the past is unable to move ahead, and especially a nation that its survival can only be assured by weapons and bombs…..” Arun said.
Watch Press TV interview with Dieudonne below in 2010.