February 14, 2019

Top 10: Yellow Vests blamed for rise of anti-Semitism in France

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator

1. Easy scapegoat? Yellow Vests blamed for rise of anti-Semitism in France

France’s interior minister has vowed to take a tougher stance on hatred, after multiple incidents of anti-semitic vandalism, and a spike in anti-Jewish hate crimes last year.

2. Eric Zemmour: “This situation we’re experiencing didn’t fall from the sky”

Previously, we shared part 1 and part 2 of French author and politician Eric Zemmour speaking at a book festival explaining his theory about the civilizational war that is taking place against the original people of Western nations through “Invasion, Colonization, and Conflagration.” In part 3, Zemmour explains how, as the conflagration unfolds, the elites take the people for fools who will not understand what is going on, but European peoples are revolting against it as they become aware of the great dangers around them.

3. Hungarian FM Szijjarto says EU wants to legalise illegal migration

Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his government are set to continue a hardline stance towards irregular migration - even though flows of undocumented migrants into their territory have diminished to a few hundred per year. That's a key message from Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, who spoke to FRANCE 24's Catherine Nicholson.

4. Detroit Shiite Imam Bassem Al-Sheraa: The Jews prostituted their women, killed Prophets

On January 27, 2019, an antisemitic lecture by Michigan-based Shiite Imam Bassem Al-Sheraa was uploaded to the YouTube channel of the Al-Zahraa Islamic Center, which is in Detroit. Al-Sheraa said that the Jews have distorted sacred texts and sanctioned the killing of prophets such as Jesus and John the Baptist. He accused the Jews of employing tricks and fraud in matters of religion and morality, and of amassing gold and spreading usury. Explaining that usury is a “peculiar Jewish philosophy,” Imam Al-Sheraa said that the Jews have used it as a means of attaining power, even though it contradicts their religious teachings, and that even the modern banking system is based on the Jews’ “instructions and vision.” He further said that Jewish women have historically established and managed “dens of female iniquity” and headed the brothels of Europe, and that the Jews allow their faith to be passed down maternally so that their women could increase the Jewish population through prostitution. Al-Sheraa is a graduate of the Najaf Hawza in Iraq. He emigrated to the United States and serves as the imam of the Al-Zahraa Islamic Center of Michigan. He also founded the Scholarly Najaf Hawza in Northern America – Michigan.

5. Right-wing parties triumph in Italian regional election in key test ahead of European Parliament vote

Right-wing parties triumphed in a regional election in central Italy on Monday in a contest seen as a key test for the European Parliament elections in May.

A candidate from Brothers of Italy, a small far-Right party backed by the Right-wing League party and Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia, won the election in the mountainous Abruzzo region.

After taking around 48 per cent of the vote, Marco Marsilio was elected the new governor of the region, ousting a centre-Left coalition.

The anti-establishment Five Star Movement, which governs with The League at the national level, performed dismally, winning just 20 per cent of votes – half of what it garnered in the region during last year’s general election.

6. “Populist parties are POPULAR” German MEP immediately shuts down Swedish politician

GERMAN MEP Hugh Bronson brilliantly dismissed claims no populist party has so far demonstrated responsibility when in government to enable them to deliver solutions to the pressing issues crippling the European Union.

Speaking on BBC Global Questions, the AFD MP argued countries like Austria, Poland and Hungary with eurosceptic and anti-establishment governments are proof populism is on the rise in the European Union because citizens continue to support their policies. Mr Bronson responded to Swedish MEP Anna Maria Corazza Bildt's claim "populists are popular as long as they don’t take responsibility for government.”

She added: “Because we have not seen so far any extreme right party that has delivered.

“Do you have one example of one extreme right party in all of Europe who has delivered concrete answers and solutions to the citizens of Europe?

“Please tell me because I cannot see it.”

Mr Bronson hit back: “Populist parties are populist parties because they are popular.”

7. Thousands rally in Madrid, demand Socialist prime minister resign

MADRID — Thousands of Spaniards joined a right-wing rally in Madrid on Sunday to demand that Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez step down.

Many in the crowd gathered in the capital’s Plaza de Colon, waving Spanish flags. They chanted slogans in favor of the nation’s security forces and for Sanchez to resign.

The conservative opposition Popular Party and the center-right Citizens party organized the rally, which was also backed by the upstart far-right Vox and other marginal far-right parties. They claim that Sanchez must resign for holding talks with separatists in the northeastern region of Catalonia.

“The time of Sanchez’s government is over,” said Popular Party president Pablo Casado, who asked voters to punish Sanchez’s Socialists in upcoming European, local and regional elections in May.

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Demonstrators waving Spanish flags (right) filled the Plaza de Colon (left) in Madrid's city centre in the largest protest Spanish PM Pedro Sanchez has faced since taking office last year. Some 45,000 people turned out in a show of force against the Socialist leader, demanding new elections and chanting: 'Spain! Spain!' and 'We want to vote!' Sanchez, who relies on backing from Catalan nationalists and other minority parties to stay in power, plans to appoint an intermediary to resolve the dispute but was accused of 'treason' and caving in to the nationalists.

8. Geneva votes to ban religious symbols on public employees

Geneva residents on Sunday voted for a controversial new "secularism law", which will among other things ban elected officials and public employees from wearing visible religious symbols.

More than 55 percent of voters in the Swiss canton backed the law, final results showed, despite warnings that it could lead to discrimination, particularly against Muslim women. Some critics think it might violate the constitution.

Geneva Canton, which for centuries has been a centre of religious freedom and tolerance, has been striving to replace a law on the books since 1907.

The new law's stated ambition is to expand the dialogue between religious groups and the state, and to better define the limits to religious expression in the public sphere.

Supporters say it will help clarify existing principles in the Geneva Constitution to protect the religious freedom of believers and non-believers alike.

9. South Carolina man gets 30 years for setting jihad bombs

A South Carolina man was sentenced to 30 years in prison after placing weapons of mass destruction in Anderson County.

Wesley Dallas Ayers, 27, pleaded guilty to the charges against him. He pledged allegiance to the Islamic State in letters and warned of a jihad, according to an investigator’s testimony in federal court.

One of the explosive devices detonated, injuring one person, while two others he planted were defused. Ayers also placed three fake devices in various locations with notes attached to them that more powerful bombs were yet to come.

10. French yellow vest protester “has hand blown off in violent street clashes with cops”

A yellow vest protester had his hand "blown off" in clashes with police in France.

The Paris Gilet Jaunes demonstrator was left bleeding heavily as violent protests continue to grip the French capital.

The Associated Press said that paramedics were seen huddled around the injured protester, 30, near the gates of the National Assembly as they provided emergency treatment.

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commented 2019-02-15 02:42:01 -0500
Yeah blame the vests for something that has been happening before they were around LMAO! Pathetic!
commented 2019-02-14 23:35:22 -0500
1) the MSM everywhere is beyond pathetic , any imbecile with over a one inch high forehead understands that the rise of anti semitism everywhere is due to ISLAM …..good greif what is next for the lying fake news MSM……blaming the Russians
commented 2019-02-14 21:12:23 -0500
MARK CHADWICK commented 8 hours ago
The women and children are used like pawns to push all the demands .
Mark, I was talking to my brother in Calgary last night. He said he was in the bank and saw a muslim woman cashing 12 Government of Canada cheques at one time.
commented 2019-02-14 21:01:17 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,766 Attacks, 237,606 Killed, 316,784 Injured that we know of
commented 2019-02-14 17:23:16 -0500
8. Just change it from “religious symbols” to “hate symbols”
commented 2019-02-14 13:31:33 -0500
Just like Trudeau and the Liberals getting to the root cause of Jihad . 3 years and all we get is M103 . Yep that’s the cause . No that’s the deflection . ISLAM is not a race . The women and children are used like pawns to push all the demands . Only a chosen few ever speak to the press . Of coarse unless sock boy wants a photo shoot .
I was hoping for more on Trudeau telling the Chinese about the rule of law in Canada . That was probably in the Blue book Trudeau held up during the election . Can just imagine a couple of these Chinese officials sitting around burning one , and laughing their asses off about the " RULE OF LAW IN CANADA " It will be almost as famous as the " I never had sexual relations with that women " quote .
commented 2019-02-14 13:01:34 -0500
4. This imam apparently has no reading ability. John the Baptist was killed by the Roman puppet Herod:

14 At that time Herod the tetrarch heard the news about Jesus, 2 and said to his servants, “This is John the Baptist; he has risen from the dead, and that is why miraculous powers are at work in him.”

3 For when Herod had John arrested, he bound him and put him in prison because of Herodias, the wife of his brother Philip. 4 For John had been saying to him, “It is not lawful for you to have her.” 5 Although Herod wanted to put him to death, he feared the crowd, because they regarded John as a prophet.

6 But when Herod’s birthday came, the daughter of Herodias danced before them and pleased Herod, 7 so much that he promised with an oath to give her whatever she asked. 8 Having been prompted by her mother, she said, “Give me here on a platter the head of John the Baptist.” 9 Although he was grieved, the king commanded it to be given because of his oaths, and because of his dinner guests. 10 He sent and had John beheaded in the prison. 11 And his head was brought on a platter and given to the girl, and she brought it to her mother. 12 His disciples came and took away the body and buried it; and they went and reported to Jesus.

John 14:1-12
commented 2019-02-14 13:00:55 -0500
In all the yellow vests’ demands, nowhere does it state that they have a problem with Jews, so this is more likely people like Antifa wearing yellow vests to cause problems for the yellow vest movement on the request of Soros and/or Macron.