Dieudonné - God's Gift? (Part 2)
This image is from the LesOgres website, either run by or on behalf of Dieudonné. Back in February, the whole world heard about the savage murder of Ilan Halimi, a young Jewish boy who was kidnapped, tortured and left to die by a gang of blacks, the leader of whom was Youssef Fofana. Galliawatch reported on it in several articles. Eventually, Fofana was captured in the Ivory Coast and returned to France. Shortly thereafter a French socialist politician, Julien Dray, commented that the murder was the result of the influence of Dieudonné.
On Sunday February 24, 2006, a demonstration in honor of Ilan was held in Paris, but the event degenerated into a left-wing picnic, with anti-racist groups parading their hypocritical slogans. Apparently, the tract pictured above was distributed at the demonstration. It shows Dieudonné on the left, called "The Thinker", and Fofana on the right, called "The Killer". The words in blue state that the tract was distributed at the rally. I presume the idea is to draw a distinction between a thoughtful man like Dieudonné and a killer. But could it be interpreted another way?
The following rant is Dieudonné's answer to Julien Dray. Although the author is listed as Dom-Dom, I assume it's the man himself or a close associate. I don't know if Dray is Jewish, but it seems likely. I originally intended to publish excerpts, but I have left it unabridged. It should be mentioned that Dieudonné is a presidential candidate.
April 26, 2006
Julien Dray: a Zionist Torquemada who advocates the notion of anti-social schizophrenia.
The Soviet totalitarian regime had worked out an internal system of concentration camps - the gulag.
Everyone knows what the world of Soviet concentration camps consisted of. It is futile to list the prestigious humanists that were its victims, among many others who remain anonymous.
But this system had also worked out a type of psychiatry that was adapted to the needs of the regime: the notion of social schizophrenia.
Anyone opposing the regime, because of his freedom of thought, his personal convictions, in other words, his deviancy, was imprisoned in a psychiatric hospital on the false pretense of social schizophrenia.
You cannot count the number of its victims either, be they prestigious humanists or anonymous.
Julien DRAY, eminent figure of the Socialist Party, president of his branch of SOS Racism, who, in France, actively participates on behalf of the interests of the state of Israel, has added a new misdeed to the list of his misdeeds.
It's not just any misdeed.
It concerns mental torture worthy of a modern-day Torquemada.
Pro-Zionist Grand Inquisitor, devoted to his role as defender of foreign interests, interests that are alien to French politics, Julien DRAY has taken out of his totalitarian bag a new weapon.
This new weapon is well-known - it consists of accusing your adversary of anti-social schizophrenia.
Mr. M'Bala M'Bala, candidate for the presidency, has become a victim of what can only be called totalitarian propaganda.
But it's not just any accusation.
An odious crime had taken place.
Naturally, his opponents are responsible for this crime.
If there's a rape tomorrow, or a crime, it's his opponent's fault.
If the opponent is black, it's even more obvious. The blackness of his skin is the logical proof of the blackness of his soul.
Yes, but none of this is working. Such gross associations are pitifully sickening, and worthy of the crime in question.
How is it that a party claiming to be democratic, harbors in its midst individuals whose political conduct is so obscene?
Is this worthy of a democratic regime? Of a democratic party? of a democratic country?
Mr. DRAY's pitiful claims are limited to the forgetting of history. But not of all history.
The only history that interests him is his own, and that of Israel's leaders, of ultra-Zionism, of the extreme-right of a manipulated people.
The indignity of his remark merits condemnation.
The indignity of his remark merits removal from his own party.
The indignity of his remark should, on moral grounds, result in his permanent withdrawal from all functions.
An assault has been perpetrated, in an abject manner, as abject as the crime it relates to, on a legitimate candidate in the presidential election.
We know that totalitarianism is on the move.
On the right, it's a neo-fascist and capitalist(1) totalitarianism that's quietly being aroused.
On the left, it's a new totalitarianism that is appearing.
Unwilling to follow openly in the footseps of right-wingers, Mr. DRAY is opening a new path. What is worse is that he's doing it without the slightest shame.
This tactic is well-known, it is historic, it has just been exposed.
Today, the irresponsible behavior exhibited by Mr. Dray seems clearer than ever: bad ideas, bad actions, are judged by their results...on innocent children.
Mr. Dray no longer has a place in the French political landscape.
Mr. Dray certainly has a place somewhere.
But not in the Republic.
(1) He uses the word "liberal". I presume he means free-market economy.
Update - March 2007: Dieudonné is no longer a presidential candidate, but has unofficially joined the Front National of Jean-Marie Le Pen. His widely publicized appearance at Le Pen's political rally in the Fall of 2006 triggered an outpouring of anger from many patriots who accused Le Pen of moving his party away from its original goals.