I will highlight the perception management
THE English Football Association is currently investigating an incident during a match in which a French soccer player, Nicolas Anelka, performed an arm gesture known as the “quenelle”. Mr Anelka made the sign in celebration after scoring a goal for his English club, West Bromwich Albion, on December 28th. It prompted an outcry in France, where the sports minister called it “a shocking provocation”. Mr Anelka apologised. What exactly is the quenelle?
The word in French refers originally to a long oval-shaped fish or meat dumpling from the Lyon region. It was adopted by Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, a controversial French stand-up comedian, who has been convicted several times of inciting racial hatred and hate speech, and has many fines outstanding for these offences.Perhaps Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, has been convicted? But, if man's law is foolish, what matters the convictions? As I have said repeatedly, a tyrannical state can make all manner of laws to turn all kinds of people into criminals. But, have they really committed any true crime under Natural Law.
( Murder, theft, etc.,) How many times has Dieudonné M’bala M’bala had charges dropped?
Does anyone have that information?
Gallier has provided us with some info- Gallier busting the language barrier, yah!
gallier2January 11, 2014 at 9:05 AM
"Yes, charges against Dieudo were dropped more often than he was convicted"
In 2009 he led an “anti-Zionist” (keeping in mind that Zionism is a political movement that has adherents of many persuasions) list for elections to the European Parliament. In launching his election campaign, he declared that he wanted to “put a quenelle up the backsides of Zionists”. (keeping in mind that Zionism is a political movement that has adherents of many persuasions)
His campaign poster at the time showed him making the arm gesture, which has been described as a cross between an inverted Nazi salute and a bras d’honneur, or French sign for “Up yours”.Who has described this gesture as an inverted Nazi salute? Not Dieudonné
That is not how Gilad Atzmon describes it. In a previous linked article, The quenelle was described as....
"The quenelle is all too obviously a vulgar gesture roughly meaning “up yours”, with one hand placed at the top of the other arm pointing down to signify “how far up” this is to be"
So, it is basically an 'up yours' gesture A nearly universal gesture.
. campaign poster?
How dare the serfs get uppity!
To invent a pretext for destroying Dieudonné, the leading Jewish organizations CRIF (Conseil Représentatif des Institutions Juives de France, the French AIPAC) and LICRA (Ligue internationale contre le racisme et l’antisémitisme, which enjoys special privileges under French law) have come up with a fantasy to brand Dieudonné and his followers as “Nazis”.
Since then, as photographs of Dieudonné fans performing the arm signal have spread on the internet, the quenelle’s defenders claim that the gesture has taken on a broader anti-establishment meaning.Nice bit of manipulation with that sentence. Oui? Since the signal has spread on the internet the gesture has taken on a broader anti-establishment meaning? The signal was conceived of as an anti-establishment gesture it did not morph into one as part of some misguided internet movement.
Mr Anelka said on his Twitter feed after the football-match incident that he had meant it as an “anti-system” signal, in support of his friend, Dieudonné. The comedian was facing a ban on his comedy shows in France after the Socialist interior minister, Manuel Valls, said that they could be a threat to public order. Other public figures who have been photographed performing the quenelle, such as Tony Parker, a basketball player, say that they had no idea that it had anti-Semitic connotations.
The French government, however, is taking a tough line, in keeping with the country’s laws on hate speech. “The quenelle is a Nazi gesture that is clearly anti-Semitic,” Valérie Fourneyron, the sports minister, told French radio. “Freedom of expression is sacred,” said Mr Valls, “but racism and anti-Semitism are crimes.”And so the French government spreads the myth of 'hate' to justify cracking down on the peons.
Reality being, the elite classes of asses are scared. They know the illusion of their omnipotence is faltering.
They can feel their grasp on the control levers slipping away
France has strict laws against both hate speech and Holocaust denial; it also bans the wearing of uniforms or emblems resembling those responsible for “crimes against humanity”.So does that mean all military uniforms?
On January 6th the government told prefects in all departments to close Dieudonné’s shows if and where they threatened public order. The following day the first leg of his tour, due to open in the western city of Nantes on January 9th, was banned; other towns have said that they will follow suit. Even if the shows are cancelled, though, the publicity from all this may yet benefit Dieudonné: it turns out that the comedian’s production company has registered the quenelle, in France, as a trademark.Dieudonné registers the quenelle as a trademark? Another media lie. Gallier clarifies this as follows-
The state is showing it's tyrannical hand. Very clearly. Very blatantly. What will happen next in France?
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