Pure BS has to be countered with fact.
The head of France’s CRIF recently publicly stated that Marine Le Pen (on a personal level) ”is completely innocent of anti-Jewish incitement, though her org is chock full of holocaust deniers” (which is not good). The assault by Le Pen on the anti-Semitism of the Muslim community, has led to more Jews planning to vote for her party. The recent incident of Jewish grave vandalism (250-300 stones) was done however by leftist anarachists from Antifa who are in bed with the Muslims.
Most anti-Jewish speech and criminal activity are committed by Muslims and their enablers on the Left. Racist socialists (the Fascists) account for some anti-Jewish activity but none of it (in recent years) has been done by the Le Pen org. Madonna is speaking out of pure ignorance. These are the facts, I’m not making them up.
That said, I have problems with Marine Le Pen and her party, for fawning over Putin (who might be better than Obama on Islam, but not by much) and their refusal to distance themselves from Iran, which totally undermines her recent statements on Qatar.
NOTE: Also her failure (Madonna’s) to even address the fact that it’s primarily Muslims and their Lefitst enablers behind the BDS movement in the US and in Europe, is beyond the pale.
Madonna: Europe Feels like “Nazi Germany”
“anti-Semitism is at an all time high” says the acclaimed singer/songwriter
Published: February 27th, 2015
anti-Semitism has been on the rise in Europe, most notably since last year’s 50-day-war between the IDF and Hamas militants; since then, there’s been a spike in anti-Semitic incidents, and a rise in terrorist attacks against Jews not only across the entire continent of Europe, but also here in the U.S. and Canada, where BDS has grown into a viral movement on university campuses, providing a way for pro-BDS students to ostracize and exclude their Jewish and Israeli peers.
In an interview with Europe 1 radio aired this morning, Madonna continued that “anti-Semitism is at an all-time high” most notably in France, but also places around Europe like Denmark, Belgium, and the Netherlands, comparing living there to the turmoil that Jewish residents were forced to endure in Nazi-era Germany in the years leading up to the Holocaust.
“We’re living in crazy times. It feels like Nazi Germany,” the 56-year-old singer said, adding that the “scary” situation there made her feel less welcome in France, noting that the country no longer celebrates diversity and freedom of religion.
“It was a country that embraced everyone and encouraged freedom in every way, shape or form – artistic expression of freedom,” Madonna continued. “Now that’s completely gone.
“France was once a country that accepted people of colour, and was a place artists escaped to, whether it was Josephine Baker or Charlie Parker.”
You may recall that years ago, Madonna had spoken about about the rise of extremism and xenophobia in Europe, and even called the far right National Front party “fascist.”
“What I said two years ago is valid today,” she reiterated. “It’s not just happening in France, it’s all over Europe. But particularly in France.
“The level of intolerance is so enormous, it’s scary.”