Monday, January 20, 2014

Italy: Philosopher politician slammed as antisemite

An interview with an Italian philosopher and politician who expressed ''anti-Zionist'' views on Friday sparked outcry from Italy's Jewish community. Gianni Vattimo told to Corriere della Sera in an interview published Friday that he is ''anti-Zionist, not antisemitic'' and that he does not believe in ''the idea of a Jewish-Masonic plot''.

The two-time European Parliament member said, however, that he believed the creation of "the state of Israel was the beginning of ruin". Vattimo added, "Let's remember that the Federal Reserve is owned by Rothschild and Rockefeller". 

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