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Le Pen: Jewish Singer Will ‘Be in Next Oven Batch’

Racist French leader threatens Jewish singer, says should be "in next oven batch".
French racist Jean-Marie Le Pen in 2007

French racist Jean-Marie Le Pen in 2007
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The leader of France’s National Front, Marine Le Pen, has distanced herself from anti-Semitic comments by father – not because she disagrees, but rather because the comments were “a political error.”

Sunday, National Front founder Jean-Marie Le Pen criticised several critics, including former tennis champion Yannick Noah, Madonna and one Jewish critic,  singer Patrick Bruel. Le Pen said Bruel would be part of “a batch we will get next time,” using the word “fournee,” French for “batch.” The implication was apparently a reference to Nazi ovens. , evoking the word “four” (“oven”).

It is not clear if French President François Hollande, Prime Minister Manuel Valls or new Opposition Leader Michèle Tabarot responded to Le Pen’s remarks.

World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder called on the french government to strip Le Pen of his diplomatic immunity  – most European countries have laws limiting Holocaust speech and imagery. The elder Le Pen founded the National Front party in 1972 and has been convicted several times on racism charges. He has also called the Nazi gas chambers “a detail in the history of World War II.”

Roger Cukierman, head of the Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France, said “We are shocked by Jean-Marie Le Pen’s anti-Semitic, provocative statements. The honorary president of the National Front again is displaying his habitual anti-Semitism, for which he has been condemned many times. The CRIF calls on all democrats to promote inter-ethnic comity and to condemn such postures of hatred.”

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20 Responses to “Le Pen: Jewish Singer Will ‘Be in Next Oven Batch’”

  1. Stanley Roth says:

    Somebody should wash her mouth out with soap

  2. These sort of comments are pretty disgusting, but i think idiots like this do it to get free publicity !!
    They are sad people !!

  3. Geneva Seeds says:

    How could anyone think this is funny? Really sick.

  4. Josh Barrack says:

    Cowards all. Say that to my face, or say it in Israel. She hasn’t learned that we’re not sheep anymore?

  5. Gene Strong says:

    LePen should have no immunity from.anything…
    He belongs in prison.

  6. Emil Pieski says:

    They know my address so they can come and get me if those cowards have the nerve (Molon labe.)

  7. John Dyer says:

    FRENCH FROGGIE FILTH

  8. LePen is one step below a fecal evacuation.

  9. this person needs heavy reprogramming, marathon shindlers list recommended

  10. You have to be a complete and utter idiot to think it’s OK to make jokes about Jews and Ovens. Would she make jokes about Blacks and tree-limb strung nooses? Probably.

  11. Jan Bonsink says:

    Kapot schoppen die ouwe lul jodenhater opdonderen

  12. Ben Bolt says:

    The Moslems are eating France alive & her father and herself still have a major problem with Jews? France deserves all it’s got coming to it.

  13. Peter Resz says:

    All Diplomatic Perks should be taken away and if France doesn’t condemn this their Ambassador should be sent home.

  14. Perhaps Jews would get some respect if we issued a few fatwas on some people !!!

  15. What a horrible thing to say! To bad Jews aren’t like that other race, if you say something like that about a certain race you can end up losing it all. BUT THIS GUY DESERVES TO LOSE ITALL.

  16. Don’t condemn! Get out of Europe before it’s too late!

  17. Felix Agawin says:

    YOUR BASTARDS…KEEP DOWN OK….

  18. Felix Agawin says:

    IF YOUR WILL NOT STOP HILL FIRE WILL COMMENCE AT YOUR FACE…………IJCNA

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