Thursday, February 21, 2019

France's Macron doesn't know what a Semite is.... Paestinians are Semites,Israeli Zionists are white racists who hate other Europeans

France's Macron doesn't know what a Semite is....

Palestinians are Semites,Israeli Zionists are white racists who hate other Europeans

Macron to unveil measures to fight anti-Semitism

Eyewitness News-Feb 20, 2019
PARIS - French President Emmanuel Macron will announce measures to fight a flare-up in anti-Semitism during a dinner ... anti-Semitic slurs to denigrate Macron, a former Rothschild investment banker. ... But others argue that criticising Zionism or Israeli policies is not the same as anti-Jewish prejudice.

Aug 31, 2018 - French Jewish Leader Blasts Politician Who Called Macron ... “Naturally, the expression 'President Rothschild' was a reference to the past ..

By a true definition of of the word  'Semite' in French,English or any other language - no Semites died in Europe in WW II because virtually no Semites lived in Europe at the time of WW II ! Eastern European Jews porbably did originate from a Turkish tribe we call Khazars but after more than a thousand years in what became known as Europe even they  through accepting converts as well as rape and extra marital affairs are so diluted genetically that it is a known fact that Jews from specific countries are genetically more like the white people in countries they inhabited such a Russia, Poland, Hungary,etc. than they are to each other.So if Jews wish to continue with the unsubstantiated rumor that 6,000.000 Jews died in WW II they should at least acknowledge that those 'Jews' were NOT 'Semites' in the first place but instead were white Europeans.The fact is that Palestinians and Iraqis and Syrians and all Arabs are Semites but the white Zionist racists are in fact NOT Semites but in fact THEY ARE WHITE EUROPEANS !

Macron confirms that the definition of anti-Semitism will integrate anti-Zionism 21/02/2019

Macron confirme que la définition de l’antisémitisme va intégrer l’antisionisme

The French President announced Wednesday that France would adopt a new definition of anti-Semitism by incorporating anti-Zionism. It would be included in a non-binding resolution that would not result in an amendment to the Penal Code.

This Wednesday, at the annual dinner of the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions in France (Crif), Emmanuel Macron said that France would expand the definition of anti-Semitism to anti-Zionism, without changing the Penal Code.

According to him, "anti-Zionism is one of the modern forms of anti-Semitism".

"France, which endorsed it in December with its European partners, will implement the definition of anti-Semitism adopted by the International Alliance for the Memory of the Holocaust," he said.

The president of the Republic on the march, Stanislas Guerini, clarified Thursday the position of the French President stating that this new definition would be included in a non-binding resolution.

"We are going to adopt a resolution that has also been adopted at the European level, which recognizes anti-Zionism as a disguised form of anti-Semitism," he told Radio Classique.

According to the Elysee, these are recommendations that will help to better train public officials, police officers or teachers in the fight against antisemitism.

Previously, Emmanuel Macron had spoken against the criminalization of anti-Zionism. On February 19, he criticized the action of LREM deputy Sylvain Maillard, who had proposed creating a crime of anti-Zionism.

"I do not think penalizing anti-Zionism is a solution," he said.

The decision to include anti-Zionism in the definition of anti-Semitism has already been denounced by some opposition parties.Adrien Quatennens, MP France insubordinate, believes that this is "not a good idea."

"I warn that behind this issue, there may be political issues, geopolitical," he warned France 2.

Gilbert Collard, an RN deputy who had previously favored the criminalization of anti-Zionism, believes that "there is a step of courage"............

Macron Announces Anti-Hate Law on the Internet: "RIP Freedom of Expression"? 02/21/2019

Macron annonce une loi contre la haine sur Internet: «RIP la liberté d’expression»?

The President of the Republic said Wednesday that a law against hatred on the Internet would be filed "as early as May".Following this announcement, many Internet users have expressed concerns about freedom of expression.

At the dinner of the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions in France (Crif), held on February 20, Emmanuel Macron announced that the MP LREM Laetitia Avia was going to introduce a bill to fight hatred on the Internet "from May".

"France must draw new red lines and we will, by concrete measures," he said.

According to the President of the Republic, the draft of this law will be based on the report submitted last September by Laetitia Avia and containing 20 proposals to strengthen the fight against anti-Semitism and racism.

This law will require platforms to remove hate content "as soon as possible" and "implement all the techniques to identify the identity" of their authors and finally empower these platforms on the legal, said Emmanuel Macron. He accused the social networks of waiting "weeks or months to give the identifiers that allow to start legal proceedings".

The French President considers it necessary to have "means [...] to be able to prohibit the presence on a social network of people guilty of racist and anti-Semitic remarks".
On the other hand, he spoke out against the general ban on anonymity on the Internet that could "go to the worst".

This announcement provoked a strong reaction on social networks. Many Internet users fear that this law will affect freedom of expression.

Israel's massacre of dozens of Palestinians in the occupied Gaza Strip on Monday has widened the gap between French public opinion and pro-Israeli leaders.

Ali Abunimah

Friday, May 25, 2018

Gaza est un véritable ghetto, cerné de toutes parts par l'état sioniste, raciste et ségrégationniste - Photo : Réseaux Sociaux
Gaza is a real ghetto, surrounded on all sides by the Zionist, racist and segregationist state - Photo: Social Networks
Even before the last massacre, one of the world-renowned French personalities, the director Jean-Luc Godard, joined dozens of cultural personalities who refused to participate in the "cultural" activities of the French government to promote Israel.

Since Monday, people have demonstrated in solidarity with Palestinians throughout the country, including thousands in the streets of Paris.

At the moment, at the Trocadero in Paris, nearly 3,000 protesters have gathered in solidarity with the Palestinian people. # Palestinian #Gaza #GreatReturnMarch
- BDS France (@Campagnebds) May 16, 2018

The CGT, an important trade union confederation, condemned Israel for committing a "crime against humanity" and urged its members to step up their solidarity with the Palestinians.

Another federation, Union Syndicale Solidaires, reiterated its support for the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement, as well as the anti-capitalist left-wing organization NPA.

In an online poll held this week by Le Journal du Dimanche, 66% of the 33,500 people who participated agreed that France should recall its ambassador from Tel Aviv.

This position was supported in Parliament by France Insoumise, the left-wing party of former presidential candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon who defended the sanctions against Israel.

Speaking to the National Assembly on Wednesday, Eric Coquerel, a party deputy, said Israel had been allowed to violate international law with impunity for far too long.

"We must remember the ambassador of France in Israel! -
My question to the Government about the massacre of Palestinian protesters in
- Eric Coquerel (@ericcoquerel) May 16, 2018

Emmanuel Macron must recall our ambassador to Israel and summon Israel's ambassador to France to hold him accountable. This massacre requires a clear French diplomatic response #QDactu #DirectAN #Gaza
- Adrien Quatennens (@AQuatennens) May 16, 2018

"Why has France not already recalled her ambassador from Israel? Coquerel asked Premier Édouard Philippe.

Mélenchon also urged the government to summon Israel's ambassador, as did Belgium, Ireland and Luxembourg to protest Israel's actions.

France must condemn the massacres at #Gaza. The Israeli ambassador to Paris must be summoned to the Elysee to explain himself. Peace dies under the blows of #Netanyahu.
- Jean-Luc Mélenchon (@JLMelenchon) May 14, 2018

France has refused to take such measures, but the government clearly feels pressure to go beyond the bland declarations typical of "concern" and the calls for "restraint" that have characterized the reactions of the European Union and its members since Israel began its weekly massacres of protesters in Gaza on March 30.

President Emmanuel Macron finally "condemned on Monday the violence of the Israeli armed forces against the demonstrations", according to the spokesman of the government.

These rhetorical changes, however, are unlikely to allay the indignation over France's persistent refusal to take steps to hold Israel accountable.
Macron did not even support calls by other EU member states for an investigation into the massacre in Gaza.

" Tell the truth "

In view of France's position, many people shared on social media an article by Dominique de Villepin, a former center-right prime minister and foreign minister who gained international stature when he led the France's opposition to the invasion of Iraq by the United States in 2003.

This article by Villepin in 2014 remains a burning news: "Let us have the courage to say a first truth: there is no international right to security that implies in return a right to occupation, let alone a right to massacre. "
- Karim Emile Bitar (@karimbitar) May 16, 2018

Dominique de Villepin: "Raise your voice to the massacre perpetrated in Gaza" via @FigaroVox
- Najoua Boufaden (@NajouaBoufaden) May 18, 2018

He criticized France's weak response to the Israeli invasion of Gaza that year.

In Le Figaro, M. de Villepin declared that it was France's duty "to raise her voice against the massacre perpetrated in Gaza".

He condemned France's reaction to calls for "restraint" while "children are killed" as well as unilateral support for Israel.

"Let's have the courage to tell the truth: there is no international right to security which implies in return a right to occupation and even less a right to massacre," de Villepin said.

With outspokenness rare for a French politician, De Villepin said that Israel's exclusive recourse to military brutality and its total disregard for the rights and interests of the Palestinians "condemns Israel, little by little, to become a Segregationist, militarist and authoritarian state ".

This is South Africa's spiral of apartheid before Frederik De Klerk and Nelson Mandela, made of violent repression, iniquity and humiliating bantustans, "de Villepin added. This is the spiral of French Algeria."

This time, most of the center right French remained silent, but Israel has, as expected, found the support of the extreme right.

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