The Forces of Darkness in France ~ Jacob Cohen.

France: “Human Rights” and Citizen Rights. There is no advantage at this time, except for aping the political class and its lackeys, in introducing such totalitarian ideologies. Damned are those who go against the dictates of the ruling classes, the system.  “Justice”- nothing more than a servile assistant – is crumbling under the weight of…

Syrian Ambassador to the UN Bashar al-Ja’afari on Sovereignty, Terrorism, and the Failure of the UN ~ Eva Bartlett

http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/syrian-ambassador-un-bashar-al-jaafari-sovereignty-terrorism-and-failure-un On January 8, in his sparsely-furnished New York City office, the Syrian Arab Republic Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Dr. Bashar al-Ja’afari, sat down with Al-Akhbar for an interview. The veteran diplomat, who has held his position at the UN since 2006, and lives restricted to a 25-mile radius of New…

When is Freedom of Speech not Freedom of Speech?

Freedom of speech is an empty principle if it is not applied universally. Dieudonne is being accused of glorifying terrorism with his frankly pretty inocuous Facebook post that he almost immediately deleted. Charlie Hebdo gratuitously incited violence and terrorism for many years by stigmatising and mocking an already oppressed and segregated Muslim minority in France.…

Jacob Cohen on Charlie Hebdo

Q:  What effect do you believe the Charlie Hebdo attack will have upon French society? JC:  It has been French policy for a number of years now, regardless of the Government, to stigmatise and marginalise Muslims in this country.  It is propogated through media, politics and our institutions.  For years there has been a subtle…

Jacob Cohen speaking about Charlie Hebdo.

Jacob Cohen is a Moroccan French writer who has been a staunch anti zionist activist and pro Palestine advocate for decades. On the 12 March 2012 in a cafe at 109 Boulevard Saint Germain in Paris, Jacob Cohen was attacked as he was launching his latest book on the Palestinian cause, by members of the Jewish…

Murder of Palestinian Cartoonist Naji al Ali in 1987

Where was the public outcry when Palestinian cartoonist Naji al Ali was murdered in London in 1987. Where was the outpouring of grief for this renowned artist? Where were the calls for freedom of speech? Naji al-Ali: The timeless conscience of Palestine “On Wednesday July 22 1987 at five in the afternoon, Palestinian cartoonist Naji…

Dieudonne responds to Manuel Valls.

Dieudonne responds to Manuel Valls calls for his detention and suppression as “an apologist for terrorism and anti semitism” In fact Valls even went so far as to use the word Blasphemy to describe Dieudonne’s shows. “Hey Gringo! You will never win against freedom of speech, because there is a huge difference between Truth and…