‘Bad Day for ‘Red-Brown’ Alain Soral, Gets 18 Months in Prison for Racial Incitement with Gilets Jaunes Rap Clip, and ‘Declinist’ Eric Zemmour, Who Gets fined for Race Hate. – Tendance Coatesy
Tendance Coatesy

‘Bad Day for ‘Red-Brown’ Alain Soral, Gets 18 Months in Prison for Racial Incitement with Gilets Jaunes Rap Clip, and ‘Declinist’ Eric Zemmour, Who Gets fined for Race Hate.

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“Le rap des Gilets jaunes”

Alain Soral condamné à 18 mois de prison ferme pour provocation à la haine raciale

Le Monde.

Pursued for incitement to racial hatred and public insult aggravated, the right-wing essayist Alain Soral was sentenced to twenty-four months in prison, including a minimum of eighteen months spent in goal, and a 45,000 euros fine by the Criminal Court de Bobigny, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reported on Thursday 19 September to the public prosecutor’s office.

For an introduction to this character, who has aligned with Jean_Marie Le Pen, and   Dieudonné M’bala M’bala, (with whom he stood an ‘anti-Zionist’ list in 2004), who has more recently been very visible backing the Gilets Jaunes see Wikipedia to begin with. The French version is much, much, more comprehensive.

His full-bloodied red-brown ideology is summarised as:

 

His old friend Dieudonné has not forgotten him:

 

 

The essayist Alain Soral was sentenced to 24 months in prison, including 18 months in prison, by the Criminal Court of Bobigny for broadcasting online a rap clip deemed antisemitic in which portraits of personalities were burned, AFP learned. Thursday at the prosecutor’s office.

The essayist Alain Soral was sentenced to 24 months in prison, 18 of which closed for broadcasting a rap video deemed anti semite.

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.

On the 15th of April last, the essayist, who had already been condemned many times, had already been 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 he had no legal basis.

In the case tried in Bobigny, the prosecution had required two years in prison against the essayist, who had published on his website “Equality and Reconciliation” a clip entitled “Yellow Vests” in which a sign containing the name of Rothschild was thrown in the fire. Photos of Bernard-Henri Lévy, Jacques Attali and Patrick Drahi were also sent to the stake.

In this clip, the rapper called to “turn” Rothschild, Attali and BHL, calling them “parasites”.

This conviction comes after a direct quote from a group of associations including the Union of Jewish Students of France (UEJF), SOS Racism, the Licra, J’accuse, the MRAP and the LDH.

This week  Eric Zemmour, well known in French speaking world, for his histrionic portrait of French national, and ethnic, decline, ((Le Suicide français 2014)  got a stiff fine for racial provocation .

Eric Zemmour définitivement condamné pour provocation à la haine raciale

le Monde.

Le chroniqueur et animateur a vu mardi sa demande de pourvoi en cassation rejetée. Il est condamné à 3 000 euros d’amende.

Eric Zemmour finally sentenced for provoking hatred against Muslims

Three years after his appearance on “C à vous”, Éric Zemmour was fined 3,000 euros for provoking religious hatred for anti-Muslim remarks. In a judgment delivered Tuesday, the Court of Cassation rejected the polemist’s appeal against his conviction by the Paris Court of Appeal on May 3, 2018.

During the broadcast broadcast on France 5 on September 6, 2016, Eric Zemmour had notably felt that it was necessary to give Muslims “the choice between Islam and France”. He also said that France lived “for thirty years an invasion” and that “in innumerable French suburbs where many girls are veiled” was playing a “struggle to Islamize a territory”, “a jihad”.

The court of appeals held that both passages “are aimed at Muslims as a whole and contain an implicit exhortation to discrimination”. Eric Zemmour had also been condemned to pay a symbolic euro to the association CAPJPO EuroPalestine, which had initiated the prosecution, and 1 000 euros for legal costs, these being added to the 2 000 euros pronounced at first instance in 2017. At the end of this appeal, Eric Zemmour will have to pay an additional 2,500 euros to the association for legal costs.

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