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    • Jean-Paul DOGUET
    • 30.11.07 | 09:58 (IST)

    Phillip, I read the arabic ORIGINAL interviewin "El Khabar", it was mistranslated in "Le Figaro". But even if he said that Sarko was brougt to power by the jewish lobby (which is wrong), where is anti-semitism in that? 1) Because this is the expression of a disdain for pluralist Democracy, treated as equivalent to "Jewish power", a very old far right argument against Democracy. Usually "Jewish bank" was used instead of "industry". This is the only one novelty. 2) Because it is a delirious and irrationnal overestimation of the influence of Jews in French society and elsewhere, a typical feature for antisemitism (and lack of education). You are not even able to realize it. It says a lot about your common sense.

    from the article: Algerian minister: Sarkozy in power thanks to Jewish lobby
    First published 00:00 29.11.07 | Last updated 00:00 29.11.07
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