Anti-Zionist Party in France
May 11, 2009
When the United States of America was a much younger and more politically active nation, Americans actually had a political party that stood up against the powerful secret society of the Freemasons. There was an Anti-Masonic Party running candidates for election in the United States in the 1820s and 30s and again in the 1870s and 80s. These parties were formed from a "popular movement based on public indignation at and suspicion of the secret fraternal order known as the Masons, or Freemasons," according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. The Anti-Masonic party, which was the first American third party, was a single-issue party. You can imagine how strongly Americans must have felt about Freemasons running the government in the 1800s; today nobody knows enough to even care. American society is infested with Freemasons.
In France, there were anti-Semitic parties that fielded candidates during the late 1800s. Other nations in the past have also had anti-Semitic political parties and movements that were organizations that were primarily engaged in resisting the political influence of organized Jewry in their nations. Today, there are very few.
In the United States we have neither anti-Masonic nor anti-Semitic political parties or organizations. Rather, we are ruled by a secret society of Jewish Freemasons known as the International Order of B'nai B'rith. This is not meant to be a provocative statement. I am just stating a rather well-recognized matter of fact. Our political parties, our media, our schools and universities, even our churches, are all heavily influenced or directly controlled by organized Jewry and have been for decades; the key word being "organized." The B'nai B'rith are powerful, secretive, and organized. This is how they control our nation.
Now, in France, it appears that there will be lists of anti-Zionist candidates for the European Union elections in June. This is a major development. It seems very likely that -- if the plug is not pulled on this anti-Zionist party -- that there will be several anti-Zionist candidates elected to positions in the EU machine, while in the USA it is currently impossible for a political candidate to stand up against the Zionist crimocracy running the United States. The media, much of which is Zionist controlled, protects the crimocracy. The media silence about the discovery of super-thermite in the dust of the World Trade Center is a good example of how the media supports the crimocracy. That is why the Citizen Action Plan is so important. We need to see which media outlets are truly interested in informing the public and which are simply controlled. It's a matter of separating the wheat from the chaff.
The anti-Zionist party in France is providing the French voters with a real choice, but it is still not out of the woods. The EU Observer reports that France is still looking for ways to ban the anti-Zionist party from running in the election:
France is examining the possibility of banning the "anti-Zionist" voting lists French comedian Dieudonne wants to present for the European Parliament elections in June, a senior advisor of President Nicolas Sarkozy has said.
"The public authorities are currently looking into whether [Dieudonne's] initiatives are within the reach of the law," Claude Gueant, the secretary-general of the Elysee Palace, said on Sunday (3 May) on France's Radio J.
Mr Diedonne has been given fines on several occasions for making anti-Jewish comments, notably during his shows.
"I am not sure that we will manage to prohibit them. We can only prohibit what the law allows to prohibit."
One of the candidates is Yahia Gouasmi, president of the Anti-Zionist Party - a French nationalist movement.
During the press conference launching the campaign, Mr Gouasmi said: "Behind every divorce, there is a Zionist, I am telling you. Behind everything that divides human nature, there is a Zionist. This is what we believe and this is what we are going to prove."
It looks like it may be a very interesting election in France in June.
Source: "France considers ban on 'anti-Zionist' voting lists," Elitsa Vucheva, EUobserver.com