Nicolas Anelka’s ‘quenelle’ gesture in support of ‘racist’ friend Dieudonné causes outrage in France
French sports minister Valérie Fourneyron publishes a statement saying Nicolas Anelka’s gesture was an “incitation to racial hatred and sickening”
Well, I feel I owe them some credit for at least turning against the very people who sponsored their admission into Europe. Europeans and white Americans let Jews run roughshod over us, but the Muslim and black immigrants are Quenelling them! Fascinating!
Also, Jews have created blacks as the “trend setters.” As quoted in “A Racial Program for the Twentieth Century” read into the Congressional Record in the 1950’s:
We must realize our party’s most powerful weapon is racial tension. By pounding into the consciousness of the dark races that for centuries they have been oppressed by the whites, we can mold them to the program of the Communist Party. In America we will aim for subtle victory. While inflaming the Negro minority against the whites, we will endeavour to instill in the whites a guilt complex for their exploitation of the Negroes. We will aid the Negroes to rise to prominence in every walk of life, in the professions and in the world of sports and entertainment. With this prestige, the Negroes will be able to intermarry with the whites and begin a process which will deliver America to our cause.”
Now the trend setters and pop culture icons are playing dress up and quenelling. This will make it “cool” and “OK” for younger generations of whites. Political correctness was a repression implanted into us. THe Quenellers are dissolving this repression. Just because they are non-white, doesn’t mean we’ll all end up a fascist movement of race mixers. Racial integrity is instinct. The unleashing of fascist thinking in popular culture will free us to pursue eugenics and racial integrity.
By Julien Laurens12:01AM GMT 29 Dec 2013
Nicolas Anelka has never been far from controversy. Throughout his career, the French striker has too often made the headlines for the wrong reasons.
Yesterday, at Upton Park he added another offence to his back catalogue. The Parisian-born forward mixed football and politics and not for a pleasant protest song.
After his first goal in the 3-3 draw at West Ham, his first of the season for West Bromwich Albion this season, he celebrated with his right arm extended towards the ground, palm opened and the other one bent across his chest touching his right upper arm.
The gesture is known as the ‘Quenelle,’ labelled as a reversed Nazi salute and made famous a few years ago by the controversial Dieudonné, a French comedian from African background.
In the last few years, Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, his full name, has become an anti-Semitic activist and campaigner. Dieudonné used the Quenelle for the first time in 2009 when he was a candidate for the European elections at the helm of his own party, the anti-Zionist party, despite arguing that it was a generic anti-establishment symbol.
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Yesterday, in the French newspaper Le Parisien, Manuel Valls, the French home secretary, called the comedian “racist and anti-Semitic who nobody finds funny anymore” and wants to ban all his shows throughout the country. The debate in France is blazing between the pro-Dieudonné and the anti-Dieudonné with politicians, celebrities and media opining.
Nicolas Anelka and, by proxy West Bromwich Albion, have added themselves to the controversy. The former Arsenal player, a converted Muslim, has always been a friend of Dieudonné. They have been photographed together in the past doing the Quenelle but it is the first time that he publicly backs one of his friend’s political position.
Dieudonné will welcome the publicity and once again Anelka has succumbed to provocation that sums up his personality and his career.
The French striker, unavailable for comment yesterday, could be asked by the FA to explain his action which caused such fury in France yesterday. Valérie Fourneyron, the Sports minister, published a statement saying it was an “incitation to racial hatred and sickening,” the reactions on social networks were a mix between outrage and indignation.
By his own standards, 2013 had been a quiet year for Nicolas Anelka, but yesterday he reminded everybody that he was still there and not just by scoring his first goal of the season for his team.
Sacre bleu! He could be “asked by the FA to explain his action!” Is that what would happen to a white player who did the same thing? Can you see the thinking, Oh the dickens, that naughty blackie, playing around with modernized Nazi salutes! We might have to call him in and ask him to explain his actions! LOL.