November has been a dark month for freedom. Indeed, the recent deadly attacks in Paris have served to overshadow several ever-more ghastly attempts by Zionist organisations to stifle freedom of expression. Worst of all, this assault on our most precious of human rights – to be allowed to think for ourselves – is supported by nation states defined as secular western liberal democracies.
Freedom of expression is the well-spring of democracy yet this month we’ve seen state prosecutions lead to jail sentences in three of the world’s supposedly most-developed countries : Ursula Haverbeck in Germany, Arthur Topham in Canada and now a Belgian court has sentenced French comedian Dieudonné to two months in prison for ‘anti-Semitic’ jokes he made during a show in 2012.
Le trophée Faurisson
I’ve been following Dieudonné since the Anelka incident. In January, just after the Charlie Hebdo attacks, I went to see his show ‘La bête immonde’ in Lausanne. There is no doubt in my mind that the man is a genius. No amateur of French language and culture could deny the immensity of his writing talent. Despite a notable lack of any balanced commentary from French and global mainstream media, his greatness is what makes him France’s most successful comedian. He is indisputably the best by miles.
Twice in the space of a fortnight, world Jewry’s public enemy n° 1 stand-up comedian has been again the subject of rigid press releases citing past convictions meant to impress the reader after the ECHR’s decision not to accept Dieudonné’s appeal concerning Professor Robert Faurisson’s fictive Prize for Infrequentability and Insolence.
By claiming that Faurisson’s appearance was not part of the show itself, the ECHR has effectively validated Faurisson’s prize – making it a reality rather than just a provocative ending to a comedy show in a theatre. The prize should become an annual event, Le Trophée Faurisson, pourquoi pas?
Gerard Menuhin is tired of ‘Jewish lies’
Less grey and sinister than thought crime trails – although some would disagree – is a new book by Gerald Menuhin, son of Yehudi Menuhin, ‘Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil‘. Like his father and grandfather, Moshe, Gerard Menuhin has always been an outspoken critic of Israel and global networks of ‘Jewish power’.
In 2005, following pressure from Jewish ‘anti-racist’ organisations, Menuhin was forced to resign his seat on the board of Germany’s Menuhin Foundation. Similarly, since 2009, there is no indication to be found of Menuhin’s continuing administrative position with the Menuhin Festival Gstaad. During my years in Switzerland I reviewed Menuhin Festival concerts for GstaadLife. Was the festival’s decision to distance itself from Gerard Menuhin ‘aided’ by a lucrative sponsorship offer? Indeed, the 2015 edition entitled Musique & Ironie heralds a new partnership with Edmond de Rothschild.
Citizens all over the world are waking up to the fact that these nominally ‘anti-racist’ organisations along with their lackeys in media and government simply want to suppress information and silence their detractors, if necessary by enforcing ridiculous ‘hate speech’ laws which belong in the Middle Ages. These same fascists are also the ones accusing Islam and Muslims of being backward, simultaneously shouting ‘Je suis free speech’ !
Trying to limit or tailor freedom of expression in favour of one or several ethnic groups to the detriment of others is discrimination, pure and simple. Mainstream outlets are awash with hypocrisy and evidence of the extent and nefariousness of anti-Muslim rhetoric being spread by Zionists identifying as Jews along with their right wing Christian and atheist ‘Libertarian’ allies who make up the mainstream – in both senses of the phrase.
Turning a blind eye to the unending atrocities in occupied Palestine, our leaders and their obedient media attack dogs are equally negligent of the urgent needs of their own country. Horror stories of homelessness and DWP-linked suicides are brushed aside in favour of deploying troops in cities and towns – presumably as an answer to government cuts in the police force – as well as urging the bombing of another ME state, Syria, already in turmoil.
British voters and taxpayers won’t put up with another pointless war. Perpetrators of genocide-denial will go on shouting and screaming; mental health smears and aggressive retweeting in abundance, along with predictable cries of ‘Jew-baiting’ and ‘anti-Semite’ thanks to a vociferous, parasitic (and mostly fake) online army of Hasbara propagandists.
Efforts to silence me resulted in my views and thoughts being shared with a maximum number of people. Media coverage of my quenelle was, as expected, less than flattering. However, it also meant thousands more visits to my blog than any review of my show could have achieved. And considering the company I now share here, on Twitter and elsewhere online, I’ll take the whining and grumbling as a compliment.
you’re wrong. Menuhin was forced to resign from the Gstaad Festival board many years ago.
Thanks for the correction: I wasn’t sure.
I see the two main festival sponsors are the Ermitage and Edmond de Rothschild.