Sunday, September 7, 2014

France: Dieudonné says 'Rothschild Mafia' led uproar over journalist's beheading

Via France24:
A controversial French comedian is under investigation for condoning terrorism after comparing the murder of US journalist James Foley by Islamist militants to the beheadings of the French Revolution, saying they symbolise “progress". 
In the video, titled "Foley That Was", Dieudonné noted that the 2011 killing of ex-Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and that of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein, who was hanged in 2006, never aroused the same indignation as Foley's death. 
"The Rothschild Mafia says no, that's OK – but James Foley, that's too much," Dieudonné says, an apparent but unexplained reference to the prominent Jewish banking family.

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