This Week in Anti-Semitic Rants

John Galliano: “Dirty Jew face” + “I love Hitler”

John Galliano called me Jewish whore…with ugly eyebrows

British fashion designer John Galliano allegedly grabbed a respected art historian’s hair and called her an ‘ugly, disgusting whore’ with a ‘dirty Jew face’ and no dress sense during an unprovoked attack in a Paris cafe.

It has been claimed Mr Galliano, 50, grabbed Ms Bloch, who is head of exhibitions at Paris’s Institute of the Arab World, by her hair and shouted: ‘Dirty Jew face, you should be dead,’ adding ‘shut your mouth, dirty bitch, I can’t stand your dirty whore voice.’

According to police documents, he then turned his anger on Mr Virgitti, and screamed: ‘******* Asian bastard, I’ll kill you!’

She has claimed Galliano concluded his tirade with: ‘I am the designer John Galliano!’ while striking the trademark ‘rock star’ pose with which he often ends his couture shows.


John Galliano’s racist ‘I love Hitler’ rant

DISGRACED John Galliano has been sacked as chief designer of Christian Dior after The Sun exposed him as a Jew-hating racist.

In a shock video revealed by The Sun earlier this week, the 50-year-old was caught declaring “I love Hitler“.

He has now been fired as another victim of his vile rants came forward.

The shocking footage shows Galliano declaring his love of Hitler and suggesting two women should be GASSED.

Charlie Sheen: “stoopid jew pig”

Brooke Claims Charlie Sheen Sent Anti-Semitic Text:

Brooke Mueller claims Charlie Sheen recently sent her a scathing, anti-Semitic text about his manager, saying

“I must execute mark b [Mark Burg] like the stoopid jew pig that he is.”

Sources say Charlie sent the text last week, after firing Mark … but before rehiring him.

The text was quoted in Brooke’s declaration in support of her request for a restraining order.

Charlie tells TMZ he did not send the text, saying, “I busted Brooke a year ago sending text messages from my phone to family members to cause discord. Both Natalie and Rachel (aka, the goddesses) will testify they observed Brooke with my phone on that day.” Charlie adds, “I have to believe the text about Mark Burg is a repeat performance.”

Mark Burg tells TMZ, “Charlie Sheen’s ex-publicist, Stan Rosenfield, is Jewish. Charlie Sheen’s entertainment attorney, Jake Bloom, is Jewish. Charlie Sheen’s litigation attorney, Marty Singer, is Jewish. Charlie Sheen’s divorce attorney, Mark Gross, is Jewish. I’ve known him for 13 years. I don’t believe that he actually sent that text.”


(Also see: Chaim Levine?)

Julian Assange: “Jewish-led conspiracy”

Assange Complains of Jewish Smear Campaign:

A report published by a British magazine on Tuesday said the WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange, suggested that British journalists, including the editor of The Guardian, were engaged in a Jewish-led conspiracy to smear his organization.

The Private Eye article quoted Mr. Assange as saying the conspiracy was led by The Guardian and included the newspaper’s editor, Alan Rusbridger, and investigations editor, David Leigh, as well as John Kampfner, a prominent London journalist who recently reviewed two books about WikiLeaks for The Sunday Times of London.

When Mr. Hislop pointed out that Mr. Rusbridger was not Jewish, Mr. Assange countered that The Guardian’s editor was “sort of Jewish” because he and Mr. Leigh, who is Jewish, were brothers-in-law. Later, the article recounted, Mr. Assange asked Mr. Hislop to “forget the Jewish thing,” but he continued to insist there was a conspiracy against WikiLeaks….

Louis Farrakhan: Jews and Zionists are “trying to push the US into war” and are a cover for Satan

Farrakhan: Jews are pushing the US into war

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said Jews and Zionists are “trying to push the US into war” and are a cover for Satan, at the group’s annual meeting near Chicago on Tuesday.

“President Obama,” Farrakhan said, “if you allow the Zionists to push you, to mount a military offensive against Gaddafi and you go in and kill him and his sons as you did with Saddam Hussein and his sons, I’m warning you this is a Libyan problem, let the Libyans solve their problem among themselves.” Farrakhan called Muammar Gaddafi “my brother” and “my friend.”

He also accused American Zionists of attempting to push Israel into war with Iran, adding that “Zionists dominate the government of the United States of America and her banking system.”

One panel at the conference, titled “The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews,” claimed that Jews were disproportionately involved in the slave trade and accused them of controlling the media.

“Some of you think that I’m just somebody who’s got something out for the Jewish people,” Farrakhan said. “You’re stupid. Do you think I would waste my time if I did not think it was important for you to know Satan? My job is to pull the cover off of Satan so that he will never deceive you and the people of the world again.”


Egyptian protesters: Many of the gangs who attack reporters shout ‘Yehudi!’ (‘Jew!’).

Media Watch: The Lara Logan Cover-Up?

You didn’t hear the chants that called Hosni Mubarak an “Israeli traitor,” or see the effigy depicting Mubarak “as a vampire with a Star of David on his forehead,” and there was more than one such effigy near the center of the square….

You also wouldn’t have known that when CBS correspondent Lara Logan suffered “a brutal and sustained sexual assault,” according to CBS, the 200-man Egyptian mob was chanting, “Jew, Jew,” as they assaulted her….

It’s not like the Logan attack and its Jewish angle were one of a kind. According to a statement from Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, there have been “at least three … violent episodes,” including Logan, in which “the perpetrators accused the journalists of being Jewish, or of spying for Israel.”
Alexander Flax, associate director for media relations at the ADL, told The Jewish Week that in addition to Logan, two members of a Fox News crew were severely beaten and hospitalized after being accused of being Israeli spies….

And a news team from Sweden was attacked and hospitalized with severe injuries, accused of spying for Israel….

There may have been more assaults. Al Jazeera (Feb. 3), hardly right wing, reported that “many of the gangs who attack reporters shout ‘Yehudi!’ (‘Jew!’).”

Iranian Regime: Olympic logo spells out “Zion”

Iran protests Olympic logo

Iran is protesting the logo for the 2012 Olympic Games, saying it spells the word “Zion.”

Mohammad Aliabadi, head of Iran’s National Olympic Committee, accused the British Olympic organizers of “racism” in a letter to International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge, the Iranian ILNA news agency reported, according to news agencies.

The emblem, which features jagged shapes representing the numbers 2012, has been criticized in the past for its design, which organizers say is modern and intended to catch the attention of the younger generation.

“The use of the word Zion by the designer of Olympics logo in the emblem of the Olympics Games 2012 is a very revolting act,” Aliabadi wrote….


Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh: Democracy protesters are “led from outside” and are in the pay of “Zionists”

Yemeni president expresses ‘regret’ over remarks

In an address at Sanaa University, Saleh said “the events from Tunisia to Oman are a storm orchestrated from Tel Aviv and under Washington’s supervision.”

“What is taking place on Yemen’s streets is just a copycat attempt,” he said. The protesters are “led from outside” and are in the pay of “Zionists,” he charged….

“Every day we hear a statement by Obama… (saying) Egypt don’t do this, Tunisia don’t do that… What does Obama have to do with Oman, what does he have to do with Egypt? You are the US president,” he said.

Rants that Didn’t Quite Make the Cut:

[Happened too many days ago to be considered part of “this week”]

Helen Thomas: “[Jews] are not Semites. I mean, most of them are from Europe.”

Helen Thomas: Jews didn’t have to leave Europe following Holocaust

The Jews did not have to leave Germany and Poland following the Holocaust since they were not being persecuted anymore, former White House correspondent Helen Thomas said….

Responding to Behar’s question whether or not she considered herself to be anti-Semitic, Thomas said: “Hell no! I’m a Semite…of Arab background,” and saying of the Jews: “They’re not Semites. I mean, most of them are from Europe.”

[Not anti-Semites — just idiots]


Kishidan (Japanese rock group): Nazi uniforms during MTV interview

Sony apology over Japan boy band Kishidan’s Nazi gaffe

The management of a popular Japanese boy band has apologised after they appeared on national television dressed in uniforms resembling Nazis.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center, a Jewish human rights organisation based in Los Angeles, said it was shocked and dismayed by the broadcast.

The band, Kishidan, wore the uniforms – complete with iron crosses and red armbands – for an interview on MTV.

Sony Music Artists said there was no ideological meaning to the outfits.

The six male members of the band are famous for dressing up as school boys. But their choice of clothing on MTV Japan’s Megavector programme proved far more controversial.

The black uniforms resembled those worn by the Nazi SS.

[Not really an anti-Semitic analogy from the famously pro-Israel Glenn Beck, but included for completeness’ sake]

Glenn Beck: Reform Rabbis place politics ahead of religion

Reform movement accepts Beck’s apology

The Reform movement accepted Fox News host Glenn Beck’s apology for comparing Reform Judaism to radical Islam.

“The Reform Movement sincerely hopes this apology opens a new door of understanding and cooperation between us and helps to elevate the state of our political discourse,” Rabbi Eric Yoffie, president of the Union for Reform Judaism wrote in a letter to Beck….

In an apology on his radio program Feb. 24, Beck said he had made “one of the worst analogies of all time” in saying on his radio show on Feb. 22 that like Islamic extremists, Reform rabbis place politics ahead of religion. He delivered a special apology to Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman, who was among the Jewish leaders who slammed Beck for his comments and demanded that he apologize.

“To Abe and everybody else, if I offended you it was not my intent,” Beck said, noting that he often disagreed with Foxman but in this case the ADL chief was correct. “I see how I did that and I apologize for the action and the words. Enough said.”



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