ER Editor: This certainly goes hand in hand with what we’re seeing in France right now. The media has a virtual obsession with calling everybody domestically an anti-semite instead of focusing on the horrors going on in Gaza. A reminder that France is Rothschild Central.
The party this French senator is a member of is the old party of Sarkozy, Les Republicains, centre-right and globalist through and through.
Some tweets —
It is a bill tabled by Senator Stéphane Le Rudulier and it will penalize anti-Zionism with penalties of up to 100,000 euros fine and 5 years in prison. To be clear, it will no longer be possible to criticize Zionism as this will be considered anti-Semitism. France will become a…
— Marcel D. (@DubreuilhMarcel) November 3, 2023
Translation: 16 French senators, led by Stéphane Le Rudulier of the Republicans, have proposed a bill that would punish any insult to İsrael with a 75,000 euro fine and 2 years in prison. You can insult every country in the world except Israel!!! Crazy!
16 sénateurs français, sous la direction de Stéphane Le Rudulier des Républicains, ont proposé un projet de loi qui puni de 75000 euro d’amende et de 2 ans de prison tout injure à İsrael.
Tu peux insulter tous les pays du monde sauf Israël!!
Une dinguerie !!! pic.twitter.com/YguZMfjJmQ
— Najette 🧕 💉💉💉 (@Khaltibesara) November 3, 2023
French senators propose bill to ban criticism of Zionism
A group of 16 French senators presented a bill aimed at criminalizing criticism of Zionism.
16 French senators, most of them affiliated with the LR political group, tabled under the aegis of Stéphane Le Rudulier, LR senator for Bouches-du-Rhône, a bill aimed at “penalizing anti-Zionism”.
Senator Stéphane Le Rudulier said “anti-Zionism” is linked to the rise of anti-Semitism.
“Avec 16 sénateurs Stéphane Le Rudulier a déposé une proposition de loi pour que l’antisionisme soit tout autant interdit et condamné que l’antisémitisme.
— Stéphane Le Rudulier (@slerudulier) November 1, 2023
The bill which was submitted to the Senate for a first reading, notably provides for punishing with one year’s imprisonment and a fine of 45,000 euros “those who have contested the existence of the State of Israel”, two years’ imprisonment and a fine of 75,000 euros, “an insult committed against the State of Israel,” then five years’ imprisonment and a fine of 100,000 euros against “those who, by the same means, have directly provoked hatred or violence against the State of Israel”.
But this is neither the first nor the only proposal from Senator Le Rudulier. This senator also calls for the dissolution of the France Insoumise movement (ER: a ‘far left’ party under Establishment lackey, Jean-Luc Melenchon), as well as that of “parties that have advocated terrorism and Hamas”, which they describe as “a terrorist movement which officially prescribes the destruction of Israel and the extermination Jews”. (ER: Created and/or funded by the state of Israel.)
In a letter addressed to Élisabeth Borne (French PM), the senator from Bouches-du-Rhône denounces “the existence of a fifth column of Palestinian terrorism in France” and calls for the dissolution not only of France Insoumise, but also of the New Anticapitalist Party ( NPA), the Young Guard, the Indigenous of the Republic and the Permanent Revolution, all accused of advocating terrorism.
Anti-Zionist “Jews” denounce this project which conflates “anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism”
The honorary president of the French Jewish Union for Peace (UJFP), Richard Wagman, denounced a “voluntary amalgamation” of anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism in France. Wagman recalled in this interview that anti-Semitism is a form of “racial discrimination and hatred”, while Zionism and anti-Zionism are “political ideas”. This small group in no way represents the smallest portion of the Jewish community in France.
Zionism, the racist Jewish nationalist movement, has led to the forced displacement of more than a million Palestinians and the arrest of a million others.
According to renowned Israeli historian Ilan Pappe: “Zionism was a colonialist movement that entered the Palestinian homeland by force, with the desire to colonize the country and with possible expansionist ambitions to penetrate the heart of the Arab world.”
Last month, France banned pro-Palestinian demonstrations “because they are likely to generate disturbances to public order,” Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin said. He added that any organization of such protests would result in arrests.
France has long supported Israel’s colonial project in Palestine, providing arms and diplomatic cover for its ongoing genocidal bombing campaign in Gaza.
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