Apologies are not enough, by John Kaminski
Jew musician’s crocodile tears can’t atone for centuries of crimes against humanity
Reacting to last weekend’s massive anti-Jewish demonstrations in Paris, Jewish musician, author and popular columnist Gilad Atzmon has issued a statement suggesting Jews apologize for hiding their colossal and never-ending crimes against humanity behind their disingenuous shouts of anti-Semitism.
“It is time for Jews to look in the mirror and try to identify what it is in Jews in their culture that evokes so much fury,” Atzmon writes.
1) At the big demonstration in Paris last Saturday (January 26, “day of anger”) against President Hollande and his government some participants, at least one with a megaphone, were heard chanting a slogan that can be translated “Faurisson is right: the gas chambers are a sham”. The demonstration gave rise to clashes between marchers and police: there were 262 arrests and 19 policemen injured. Those arrested were all subjected to the burdensome procedure of detention in isolation (garde à vue), in which a lawyer and a physician must be called for each person held. See
2) The well-known revisionist “Joe Lecorbeau”, graphic artist and publicist (joelecorbeau.com), is under arrest in Toulouse in the context of an inquiry into the posting on the Internet of a photo of a young man making the “quenelle” gesture in front of a Jewish school in that city: the police have searched his house and seized his computer and other belongings .
3) This morning the comic Dieudonné, friend of the revisionists, saw both his theatre in Paris and his residence in the countryside to the west of the city searched by the police.
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