Monday, March 14, 2016

France: Anti-Zionist clip accuses Jews of buying politicians and waging war on immigrants and Muslims

Below is an anti-Israel clip prepared by French anti-Zionists.  The group calls itself "Karmel Japha", and pretends to be the Israeli entry for the Eurovision contest.

Despite being the co-called Israeli entry, the clip mostly attacks French Jews.

The clip accuses Jews of buying French politicians, of thinking they're better than everybody, of supporting murder, torture and colonization, of crying wolf about antisemitism, of encouraging Islamophobia and anti-immigrant sentiments, of being too wealthy. The list goes on and on.  

Lyrics over at Memri and explanation by clip organizers here.

Via Times of Israel:
French-language parody song posted to an online video sharing site accuses French Jews and politicians of waging “war” on the poor and being “paid in shekels.”

The music video, posted on February 28 on YouTube, is performed in a mocking chanson style, with an arrangement of piano, guitar, tambourine and accordion by four performers wearing black leather clothes.

“I won’t do the boycott anymore, Israel is my mascot. I will buy all the products, especially from the settlements,” the lyrics read.

The singer continues, saying she will listen to French-Jewish singer Patrick Bruel and advertise French-Jewish philosopher Bernard Henri-Levy, whose acronym, BHL, rhymes in French with the name Bruel.

“I will not speak of bombings anymore, or of the torture of children,” she sings, alluding to Israel’s wars against Hamas in Gaza.

“I will call all anti-Zionists anti-Semites,” she continues, moving on to lines that insist that French President Francois Hollande is “paid in shekels,” as is “Goldnadel,” French-Israeli lawyer, columnist and publicist Gilles-William Goldnadel.

The song goes on to name French Jewish umbrella body CRIF and accuse Jews of being rich and waging “war on the riffraff.”

The song is by a band called Karmel Japha – a parody of two famous Israeli products, Carmel wines and Jaffa oranges. It has garnered some 55,000 views on Facebook.

Some online viewers hailed the band for “making this pill [of Israel’s alleged grip on France] easy to swallow with humor.”

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