France: Jews in Le Pen’s Party Make Blacklist of Jew-Aware Candidates
Lesson: Don’t let Jews into your organization.
JEWISH OFFICIALS and “handlers” in Marine Le Pen’s ostensibly anti-invasion National Rally party are preparing a list of officials in the French far-right party with so-called “neo-Nazi” affiliations, ahead of the planned regional elections in France in June. The party has already been criticized by the US-based National Alliance, among others, for abandoning racial-nationalism, endorsing racial mixing, and, under the guidance of Jews becoming yet another false hope and dead end for Whites wishing to survive as a race.
Prof. Jean-Richard Sulzer, a Jew and regional councilor in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie region, is leading the public side of the blacklisting campaign. Sulzer is the head of the “National Jewish Circle,” an informal group established in 2018 for Jewish officials, including four members of the national council, of the National Rally, the supposed “far-right” French political party previously known as the National Front, to “combat anti-Semitism” in the party’s ranks.
“We are asking [Le Pen] to remove neo-Nazis from the lists of candidates,” Sulzer told The Jerusalem Post this week. “If they are allowed to run, it is not good for our party’s reputation…. We don’t want these men or women on the list to run, because they belonged to neo-Nazi groups in the past or because of anti-Semitic behavior.”
In other words, once a Frenchman becomes aware of who is behind the campaign to exterminate the French people, and all European peoples, he may no longer be a candidate (or even member, you may be sure it will come to that).
According to Sulzer, Marine Le Pen “knows unofficially” that his group is “working on a list,” and he expressed hope that she will take the initiative to “remove some of the problematic candidates” before official party lists are submitted. (Marine Le Pen, who shared her bed with an Algerian Jew for a decade, was so eager to “modernize” her party and purge it of “racism” that she expelled her own father, the party’s founder, from its ranks.)
Sulzer and his “associates” are still compiling their blacklist, which they plan to release later this month, a few weeks before the deadline for parties to submit their lists for the regional elections on May 17. The regional elections are scheduled to be held throughout France on June 13 and 20, after having been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions, though the possibility that they will be pushed off again remains.
Sulzer also accused the party of disqualifying “a suspicious number” of Jewish potential candidates from running on National Rally lists. The National Jewish Circle has a history of butting heads with the National Rally. In a document obtained by the Post, the party’s attorney sent a letter threatening to sue the group in 2019, when it was called the National Jewish Rally, if they would not change their name.
“Clearly [Le Pen] does not want the National Rally to be associated with Jews,” Sulzer said in an incredible burst of Jewish paranoia. “We want to remind her that Jewish people exist, Jewish supporters exist, and Jewish people elected under the National Rally party exist, and she cannot deny our existence.” Nothing is ever enough for Sulzer and his kind. He is essentially saying, “If you won’t give us everything we want now, you are the same as a ‘Nazi’ who wants to kill six million Jews.”
One candidate Jewish party members are trying to have removed is Gilles Pennelle, the head of the National Rally’s list running in Brittany and a member of the National Rally’s national bureau, a senior party institution.
They accuse Pennelle of being a member of the pagan White nationalist “Terre et Peuple” (Land and People) association, whose website touts the slogan “European identity resistance.” The group’s name echoes the “blood and soil” slogan of the German Völkisch movement. Pennelle wrote an article about The Lord of the Rings for the movement’s magazine in 2003.
A 2002 controlled media article in Le Monde described Pennelle’s leading role in a “far-right event” on the “anniversary of Kristallnacht,” at which T-shirts bearing slogans that Jews didn’t like were sold. Is there any other group on Earth that monitors what t-shirt slogans are seen at even the most obscure political events and keeps list of the slogans and attendees for future use?
Pennelle was quoted as calling for the defense of “identitarian ideas,” to keep “Muslim Turkey” out of the EU, because “if we don’t do anything, they will settle in our cathedrals and sleep with your daughters.”
Another candidate likely to be on the list is Jordan Bardella, National Rally’s vice-president and head of its faction in the European Parliament. Bardella is a former aide to Jean-François Jalkh, a leading figure in the party, who admitted to reading Holocaust revisionist historians, praised some of them, and questioned whether Zyklon B was used to kill masses of Jews. Jalkh also participated in events honoring military hero and Vichy France leader Gen. Philippe Pétain. Imagine that: Being an assistant to a man who reads a book that Jews dislike is enough to put you on a lifetime blacklist. Jews apparently have little sense of how this looks to free-thinking people.
The National Rally was founded as the National Front by Marine Le Pen’s father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, in 1972. Both father and daughter have come second in a French presidential election, in 2002 and 2017, respectively.
Marine Le Pen has tried to distance the party from the racial-nationalism upon which it was founded, even courting Jewish voters by saying she is a “partner in the fight against radical Islam.”
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Source: Jerusalem Post and National Vanguard correspondents