Stupid French Anti-Semites fall for fake Sarah Palin news story
ANTI-SEMITIC NEWS SERVICE FALLS FOR PALIN PRANK
Anti-semitic French “Comedian” and politician Dieudonne’s fascistic antics went relatively unnoticed in the United States until a photo of San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker displaying Dieudonne’s trademark neo-Nazi salute went viral this week. The hand gesture, a variation of the Nazi sieg heil salute, was invented by the Jew obsessed jokester and has come to be known as The quenelle. Dieudonné’s followers take amusement in photographing themselves in front of Nazi death camps or other specifically Jewish sites while performing the now infamous salute.
When not praising the Iranian regime or blaming 9/11 on the Jews, Dieudonné is head of the French Anti-Zionist party (Parti Anti-Sioniste) an amalgam of left and right wing haters who share a common disdain for the Jewish people and the Jewish state.
In a straight faced broadcast this week Dieudonné’s online news outlet aired a story on former US Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. The news anchor reported that Palin mistakenly flew to North Korea while attempting to reach South Africa for Nelson Mandela’s funeral. Unbeknownst to Dieudonné and his SS acolytes, the Palin story was completely bogus, the source being a fairly lame Onion like parody website, The Daily Currant.
As Anti-semitism returns in force to Europe, we can take some small comfort that the latest crop of Jew haters seem to have the combined IQ of a turnip.
- Wiesenthal Center Calls on NBA Star Tony Parker to Apologize for ‘Disgusting and Dangerous’ Use of ‘Reverse Nazi Salute’ (algemeiner.com)
- Probe Launched Over Anti-Semitic French Comedian (israelnationalnews.com)
- The Guardian whitewashes antisemitism of Nicolas Anelka pal, Dieudonné (cifwatch.com)
- Spurs’ Parker sorry for controversial photo (espn.go.com)