Francja podejmuje walkę z żydostwem

Jewish involvement in the promotion of ‘hate speech’ laws, multiculturalism, mass immigration, denationalization, subversion of traditional values, and related items.


In France the Jewish organizations LICRA (Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l’antisemitisme) and CRIF(Conseil Représentatif des Institutions Juives de France)representing the Jews of France, which are some of of the driving forces in the promotion of hate speech legislation, the multicult and the defamation of nationalist organizations and individuals. This in spite of the fact that it is North African muslim immigrants who are the real threat to the life and well being of Jews in France. Both organizations have close ties with the Jewish Freemason Organization B’nai B’rith (In France formerly known as U.F.A.B.B).

LICRA (International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism) started as ‘The League against Pogroms’ in 1927 after the Jew Sholom Schwartzbart had murdered the Ukrainian national hero and enemy of the Bolsheviks in Paris in 1926. It then became LICA (League against Anti-Semitism) but changed name in 1979 to the present LICRA, in order to take full advantage of the cornerstone anti-racist law enacted in France in 1972. It took 51 years, before LICA found out that it missed the word ‘racism’ in its name.

League for Human Rights (La Ligue des Droits de l’Homme) was founded after the trial, sentencing, jailing and final acquittal of the Jewish officer Alfred Dreyfus. Founded in 1898. Staffed and supported heavily by Jews ever since.

Jewish book burning: The Jewish / Zionist organization LICRA managed to have the first French edition of Israel Shamir‘s book Gallilea Flowers, in France published as L´Autre visage d´Israel burned.

Gayssot Act

The present ridiculous law in France which make it a punishable offense to even argue in favor of free historical research; the so called ‘Loi Gayssot‘ (Gayssot Act)have been created according to Jewish wishes, pushed for by Jewish academics, like Pierre Vidal-Naquet, and some Jewish propagandists, like Serge Klarsfeldand Georges Wellers. The proces was supervised by Chief Rabbi René Samuel Sirat, proposed by the communist Parliament member Jean Claude Gayssot [not Jewish] and passed by the Jewish former Prime Minister Laurent Fabius, resulting in the infamous Fabius-Gayssot Act of July 13, 1990.

Before the law was passed, ‘anti-Semitic incidents’ conveniently surfaced in a cemetery in Carpentras where Jewish graves were desecrated, according to a massive propaganda campaign, ‘inspired by revisionist writings’.

Rabbi Sirat also is the Director-Founder of the Unesco Chair “Reciprocal Knowledge of the religions of the Book and teaching of Peace“. Just as in Britain and Denmark, the Jewish organizations rather join forces with islamic organizations and hold dialogues with islamists than solidarizing themselves with organizations which represent the indigenous populations, this goes for Rabbi Sirat as well.

Breaking the law is punished by heavy fines and jail time. A peculiar detail is that the heavy fines in the 10,000 Euro range often are handed out to the ‘injured party’; the organization or organizations who filed the complaint. This means that there is direct financial gain to be had for the ‘anti racist’, and most often Jewish organizations for accusing and persecuting people for ‘thought crimes’.

Under this law the French Nationalist Jean Marie Le Pen was fined 10,000 Euro’s and a suspended sentence of 3 month in jail, for having said only that the German occupation of France had not been especially inhumane, compared to the occupation of other countries such as Poland.

In France the courts try to avoid jail time when it comes to sentencing ‘holocaust deniers’ (everybody who says anything deemed improper by Jewish organizations) to avoid too much public uproar and sympathy for the victims, and prefers to break down dissidents financially and socially, by heavy fines, stripping people of their jobs, impounding of possessions, and a whole arsenal of chicaneries, such as searches and repeated police interviews.

The French politician and member of the European Parliament Bruno Maigret was fired from his job as a professor at the University of Lyon, stripped from his titles, and ordered to pay a fine of about 5.000 Euro and ‘compensation’ of 50.000 Euro to Jewish organizations, for having argued for free historical research, without having mentioned, doubted or denied specifics, like the number of Jewish victims of ‘the holocaust’ or the existance of gaschambers.

Law to cover up social unrest and the failure of multiculturalism

A law has been passed in March 2007, which criminalizes everybody but accredited reporters from the press when filming or photographing episodes of civil unrest, like the much publicized riots in the suburbs of French cities, where immigrant youth aided by criminal immigrant gangs torched thousands of cars and other property and engaged in fights with the police.

This law was promoted by the French president Nicolas Sarkozy, son of Hungarian / Jewish immigrants. The purpose of this law is obviously to enable the French government to remain in control of the media coverage, and if necessary downplay the seriousness of the violent incidents in the ‘banlieux’; the immigrant ghetto’s in the suburbs in order not to jeopardize the ‘multicultural’ ideal.

Sarkozy wanted to lay guilt trip on innocent children

The same Sarkozy has proposed that all 10 year old school children should ‘adopt the memory’ of a Jewish child murdered during ‘the holocaust’. This proposal came under heavy criticism from the left wing senator Jean-Luc MelenchonGilles Moindrot, general secretary of the Union Snuipp-FSU, and a spokesperson of the childrens rights organization EMDH, but was supported by the Socialist Party leader Francois Hollande, who is also said to be of Jewish heritage1), and is married to Selegene Royal, Sarkozy’s socialist rival during the presidential elections.

Since 2007 also criticism of homosexuality resorts under the French hatespeech laws.

The Jewish organizations were a main obstacle for anti-immigrationalist Jean Marie Le Pen in the past. (e.g. LICRA, Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l’antisemitisme)

1) Is Hollande really of Jewish origin?

The information about Francois Hollande having a Jewish background comes from:

Armenian Diaspora News Forum > April 2007 > The Jewish Vote And The French Election – The Jerusalem Report April 2, 2007 by Nicholas Simon

Royal’s main presumed Jewish connection is Francois Hollande, the secretary general of the French Socialist Party, who is her partner (they are not married) and the father of their four children. But Hollande has no community ties and keeps his presumed Jewish origins so secret that Jewish friends of the couple say he always evades questions on the subject.

The orginal url to the article is – Page not loading at this moment.

But you can now also read it hereThe Jewish Vote And The French Election – The Jerusalem Report April 2, 2007

2012 Newly elected François Hollande‘s current partner is Valérie Trierweiler (Born Massonneau) who got her current last name from former Jewish husbandDennis Trierweiler.
Supposedly also Hollande continues to take advice from the French/Jewish, Algerian born Zionist Bernard-Henri Lévi. Consequently he (has said he) will continue the policy of military intervention in the Middle-East with the current target; Syria and President al-Assad.

Jewish Mentors

Interesting detail; Sarkozy has the Zionist Jewish extremist; French/Jewish/North-African philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévi as a close private advisor who joins him on official state business (I used to call this function ‘Geheimrat’)- Hollande also has a Jewish mentor, though apparently not a Zionist. His name is Edgar Morin (real name Edgar Nahoum), a former (?) Communist, and he is not particulairly liked by Zionist activists such as the infamous Manfred Gerstenfeld. [Danish article about Morin]


France – Elections 2012 ? The Jews of the UMP (Sarkozy’s party)

 Le Citoyen engagé 15 maj 2012 – Le pouvoir judéo-maçonnique a définitivement mis la main sur la France

 Propagandes 21 september 2011 – Vous votez en 2012 ? Les Juifs de l’UMP

 Hervé Ryssen september 2008 – Mai 68 : le messianisme juif dans la rue

 As der Schwerter 16 februar 2012 – Mai 68: Der jüdische Messianismus auf der Straße


 Radio Islam – Jewish lobby meets France´s socialist “opposition”
 Codoh – The French anti-revisionist law (Jessie Aitken) 
 Robert Faurisson June 1995 – Jewish Militants: Fifteen Years, and More, of Terrorism in France
 Reuters 15 februar 2008 – Sarkozy defends Holocaust proposal amid uproar
 BBC 15 februar 2008 – Sarkozy in Holocaust memorial row
 Life Site News- Jan 26 2008 – France MP Fined for Criticizing Homosexuality Under ‘Hate Speech’ Law
 L’Humanité in English Sep 20 2006 – Hijacking the Republic : The Citizens Stand Against Le Pen

 Balder Blog 17 feb 2008 – Frankrig: Sarkozy traumatiserer franske skolebørn med holocaustpropaganda
 Balder Blog 14 feb 2008 – Jean Marie Le Pen dømt til 3 måneder betinget og 75.000 kr i bøde
 Balder Blog 19 jan 2008 – Bruno Gollnisch dømt 3 måneders betinget fængsel bøde og ‘erstatning’ 
 Balder Blog 2 sep 2007 – Sarkozy narrede vælgerne – Dropper modstand mod EU medlemskab af Tyrkiet


Francois Duprat 26/11 1940 – 18/03 1979.Murdered by Jewish terror group, for publishing the French version of ‘Did Six Million Really Die‘. His wife lost both legs in the explosion. The professor died 37 years old.

Robert Faurisson - Professor of Literature - Revisionist. In hospital after life threatening attack by Jewish terrorist group 'Association des fils et filles des déportés juifs de France'

Robert Faurisson – Professor of Literature – Revisionist. In hospital after life threatening attack by Jewish terrorist group ‘Association des fils et filles des déportés juifs de France’


bbsdfdSarkozy’s sympathy and understanding is most probably a product of his upbringing; it is well known that Sarkozy’s mother was born to theMallah family, one of the oldest Jewish families of Salonika, Greece.

Additionally, many may be surprised to learn that his yet-to-be-revealed family history involves a true and fascinating story of leadership, heroism and survival. It remains to be seen whether his personal history will affect his foreign policy and France’s role in the Middle East conflict.

In the 15th century, the Mallah family escaped the Spanish Inquisition to Provence, France and moved about one hundred years later to Salonika.

In Greece, several family members became prominent Zionist leaders, active in the local and national political, economic, social and cultural life. To this day many Mallahs are still active Zionists around the world.

Continue at European Jewish Press 6 maj 2007 – Nicolas Sarkozy, new President of France: Past and Future | Les Juifs de l’UMP

Sarkozy’s foreign Minister was Bernard Kouchner, of Baltic / Jewish extraction – Allegedly the following people are among his friends: Zbigniew Brzezinski and Bernard Tapie (a French Bernie Madoff) Kosovo terrorist and drugs baron Haçim Thaçi andHamid Karzai (Afghan US puppet president)

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    François Duprat
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    François Duprat
    Born 26 October 1941
    Ajaccio, Corsica
    Died 18 March 1978 (aged 36)
    Nationality French
    Known for co-founder, Front National

    François Duprat (1941–1978) was a writer. He was known also for being a founding member of the Front National party and part of the leadership until his assassination in 1978.


    1 Biography
    2 Revisionist writings
    3 Violent death
    4 Legacy
    5 References
    6 Further reading


    François Duprat was born on 26 October 1941, in Ajaccio, Corsica, and was educated in Bayonne, Toulouse, at the prestigious Lycée Louis-le-Grand in Paris. He graduated in History at the Sorbonne, earning a diploma of higher studies in history in 1963.[1]

    A Trotskyist in his teenage years,[1] François Duprat moved to the far right and became a member of the Jeune Nation wing of the French nationalist students’ federation (Fédération des étudiants nationalistes FEN). Strongly opposed to Algerian independence during the Algerian War (1954–62), Duprat later supported Arab states as an anti-Zionist. After the March 1962 Evian agreements granting independence to Algeria, he traveled to Katanga, supporting the secession led by Moise Tshombe. He became Tshome’s Director of Propaganda on Radio-Katanga.

    Thereafter, he returned to France, where he became a member of Occident, which carried out street brawls against the Maoists and other left-wing students. However, he was excluded in 1967, accused of being a police informant.[2] Duprat then took part in the Ordre Nouveau movement (New Order), and became the editor of L’Action européenne (European Action) and of the Revue d’histoire du fascisme (History Review of Fascism), which introduced in France Holocaust denial thesis supported by far right circles in the English-world.[3]

    In 1972, François Duprat co-founded the National Front (FN) headed by Jean-Marie Le Pen, and was part of its political bureau until his death in 1978. He represented the hard-liners of the party, and directed the Groupes nationalistes révolutionnaires (National Revolutionary Groups), alongside Alain Renault.
    Revisionist writings

    François Duprat saw history as a political weapon, stating in May 1976:

    “We must not let to our opponents, Marxists and régimistes,[4] the monopoly of the historical representation of men, facts and ideas. Because History is a wonderful war instrument, and it would be useless to deny that one of the important reasons of our political hardships resides in the historical exploitation and the systematic deformation of the nationalist experiences of the past… It is in order to answer these needs… that a team of intellectuals, professors and nationalists have created the Revue d’histoire du fascisme.” [5]

    Duprat wrote a book on far right movements in France from 1940 to 1944, during the Collaborationist regime of Vichy. He also created a number of magazines and political reviews, including the Cahiers d’histoire du fascisme (History Notebooks on Fascism) and the Cahiers Européens-Notre Europe (European Notebooks -- Our Europe), which also circulated denialist books or far right literature exalting the Third Reich.
    Violent death

    Duprat was killed on 18 March 1978, in a car-bomb explosion. His wife Jeanine was also injured in the attack, losing the use of her legs. He was finishing a book titled Argent et politique (Money and Politics) concerning the funding of right-wing and far-right political parties. There are many theories about the assassination, but historian Michel Winock notes that perpetrators and their motives have never been established;[6] the police investigation into his assassination was inconclusive.

    A Jewish “Remembrance Commando” and a “Jewish Revolutionary Group” immediately claimed responsibility for the murder, but was thought to be bogus[by whom?]. The perpetrators of the bombing were never found, while Jean-Pierre Bloch, director of the LICRA anti-racist NGO, condemned the killing.

    In Génération Occident: de l’extrême droite à la droite, Frédéric Charpier alleged that the assassination could have been commissioned by a rival far right organisation. He recalled that Duprat had been excluded in 1967 from Occident after allegations that he was a police informant. According to Roger Faligot and Pascal Krop, Duprat was killed for his links with Palestinians and Syrians.[7]

    Shortly before the assassination, Patrice Chairoff had published names and addresses of publishers which were tied to Duprat; one of the addresses happened to be his private residence.[8] His funeral at the church of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet was attended by the leading lights of the nationalist right, which included the National Front, the PFN, monarchists and right-wing solidarists.[9][10]

    Le National, a far right political review, honoured him in April 1978 as one of the French leader of “the ‘revisionist’ historical school” who had introduced in France “one of the most explosive booklet” of Richard Harwood.,[11]” member of the British National Front and author of the negationist pamphlet “Did Six Million Really Die?”. The Cahiers européens -- Notre Europe diffused this pamphlet starting in February 1976. The anonymous author of this text had been identified by Pierre-André Taguieff as likely being André Delaporte.[12]

    Each year Jean-Marie Le Pen pays his respects to the at Duprat’s gravesite at the cimetière de Montmartre. At the 30th anniversary of his death, LePen paid tribute to his being a “martyr to the cause of freedom of thought”, “a fighter”, and “politician right to the tips of his fingers”.[13]

    ^ Jump up to: a b Francis Bergeron, Philippe Vilgier, De Le Pen à Le Pen. Une histoire des nationaux et des nationalistes sous la Ve République, Dominique Martin Morin editions, 1986, p.155
    Jump up ^ Frédéric Charpier, Génération Occident : de l’extrême droite à la droite
    Jump up ^ Henry Rousso, “Les habits neufs du négationniste,” in L’Histoire n°318, March 2007, pp.26-28 (French)
    Jump up ^ This is a neologism, which is not in the Petit Robert dictionary. Probably alludes to legalistic supporters of the Republic (as “régime” means “regime” or “political regime”
    Jump up ^ « Front historique », Année Zéro, May 1976. French: « Nous ne devons pas laisser à nos adversaires, marxistes et régimistes, le monopole de la présentation historique des hommes, des faits et des idées. Car l’Histoire est un merveilleux instrument de combat et il serait vain de nier qu’une des raisons importantes de nos difficultés politiques réside dans l’exploitation historique et la déformation systématique des expériences nationalistes du passé. (…) C’est pour répondre à ce besoin (…) qu’une équipe d’intellectuels, de professeurs, de nationalistes a créé la Revue d’Histoire du fascisme.”
    Jump up ^ Michel Winock, « Les sources historiques du Front national », article repris dans La France politique : XIXe-XXe siècle, Paris, Éditions du Seuil, 1999, p. 282.
    Jump up ^ DST : Police secrète (Flammarion, 1999)
    Jump up ^ Patrice Chairoff, Dossier néo-nazisme, Preface by Beate Klarsfeld, éditions Ramsay, 1977, page 238, note 141.
    Jump up ^ Minute, 29 mars 1978.
    Jump up ^ Joseph Algazy, op. cit., p. 170.
    Jump up ^ Hommage à François Duprat, Le National, April 1978, p. 9-11
    Jump up ^ Interview of Pierre-André Taguieff by Valérie Igounet, Paris, 2 April 1993, quoted by Valérie Igounet, in Histoire du négationnisme en France, Le Seuil, 2000.
    Jump up ^ « Hommage de Jean-Marie Le Pen à l’occasion des 30 ans de l’attentat contre François Duprat », website of Front national, 18 March 2008

    Further reading

    Chebel d’Appollonia, A., L’Extrême Droite en France: De Maurras à Le Pen. Éditions Complexe, Brussels, 2nd edition, 1996. ISBN 2-87027-573-0
    Duprat, François. L’Internationale étudiante révolutionnaire (Revolutionary Student International), N.E.L., 1968.
    Igounet, Valérie, Histoire du négationnisme en France. Éditions du Seuil, Paris, 2000. ISBN 2-02-035492-6 (in particular the chapter L’extrême droite diffuse les thèses négationnistes / François Duprat, un passeur idéologique, p. 161 to 180).
    Lebourg, Nicolas. François Duprat: Idéologies, Combats, Souvenirs, Perpignan 2000.

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