by Jeff Davis
The far left and the Jews in France are trying to silence critics of the Jews worldwide, something that has been attempted in other countries.
An article on France24.com reports: “French anti-racist groups on Tuesday said they were launching wide-ranging legal action following a wave of anti-Semitic posts on microblogging site Twitter. The move follows an explosion last week in the use of the Twitter hashtag #unbonjuif – meaning ‘a good Jew’ – to spread anti-Semitic jokes online.”
That would do it. The one thing the Chosen Ones absolutely cannot stand is being mocked.
France24.com goes on: “By October 10, the hashtag was trending third in France (meaning it was the third most popular tagged subject on the site in the country) and a deluge of offensive posts — as well as tweets decrying the racist tone of many of the comments — continued for days. And with anti-Semitic hate crimes on the rise in France, organisations like SOS Racisme and the French Jewish Students Union (UEJF) said they were determined pursue those that took part through the courts. ‘We are taking this extremely seriously,’ said SOS Racisme director Guillaume Ayne. ‘There is a deep-rooted anti-Semitism in France, and there is a very small step between racist words and racist acts.’”
Actually, he’s right. France has a long history of resistance to the Jews, going back to the famous writer and journalist Edouard Drumont, founder and editor of the newspaper La Libre Parole (“Free Speech”).
The so-called “anti-racists” have for years been attempting to silence criticism of the Jews and political correctness the world over by finding some way to apply Europe’s hate speech laws to speech and thought originating anywhere on earth, but which might somehow seep into politically correct Europe from elsewhere.
What they want, of course, is for people who express opinions and thoughts, they don’t like, to be arrested in their own countries and extradited to Europe where they can be tried and imprisoned. So far, they have arrested several Americans, who have visited Europe, including Gerhard Lauck, Frederick Toben and Hans Schmidt, but the First Amendment has stopped them from taking down certain websites, that the Jews hate most.
Our enemies would like to ban Free Speech from the Internet entirely. These Jews and leftists in France are attempting to get Twitter under some kind of government control, which seems an impossible task given the instantaneous nature of Twitter and the volume of tweets every day.