PARIS – Alain Bonnet, his real name, will also pay a fine of 45,000 euros. He was prosecuted for provoking racial hatred and aggravated public insult.

The Criminal Court of Bobigny sentenced the writer to two years imprisonment including six months suspended with probation for a period of three years. The sentence consists of three measures: 210 hours of community service, either for a full-time one-and-a-half-months of hard labor, removal of the incriminated publication under penalty of 1,000 euros per day of delay, and compensation for “victims”.

In a statement published on September 19, Alain Soral’s lawyer, Damien Viguier, detailed the terms of the conviction.

The total could exceed 171,000 euros: a 45,000 euro fine, publication of the judgment in the newspaper Le Monde for 15 days (estimated at 4,000 euros for each publication because the price of each character, spaces included, is astronomical), and 10,000 euros to each civil party whose legal fees will be covered by Soral to up to 1,000 euros (there were six civil parties, including Licra, Uejf, SOS Racism, J’accuse, Mrap and Ldh).

The writer is condemned only because, as founder and president of the association Equality & Reconciliation, he is held to be the director of the publication of the eponymous site, responsible for the offending publications.

It was about a rap song called Yellow Vests in which nothing appeared to be objectionable at first said his lawyer. But the associations that had launched the lawsuits against Soral claimed to have decoded the words and images.

Published on Soral’s website Equality and Reconciliationthe video in which a sign containing the name of Rothschild was thrown at traffic lights, was shown.

A fire at a roundabout manned by Yellow Vests became “a pyre” and the word “parasite” was translated as the will to total extermination when photos of the Rothshilds’ name, Jacques Attali (mentor of Emmanuel Macron, behind the EU treaties, a Marxist), Patrick Drahi (owner of BFMTV and an Israeli citizen) and Bernard Henri Levi (Zionist philosopher, media celebrity and one of the ’68 student leaders) were thrown into the fire. (ER: These people are not only Jews but well-known Zionists, globalists and general movers-and-shakers in French society and far beyond.)

Thus fifteen seconds of images on a clip of four minutes and thirty-two seconds convinced the magistrates of Bobigny of its profoundly antisemitic nature.

On April 15, the essayist, who had already been condemned many times, was sentenced to one year for denial in another case. The Paris Criminal Court then ordered an arrest warrant against him, which the prosecution had refused to execute, considering that it had no legal basis.