Captioned: “I spent a beautiful day with my family, music, food in the home of my SS friend, then my birthday cake arrived, a gift from my SS friend.”
“I put it to the back of my mind, because I wanted to belong to these organizations. I sort of rationalized it, and then I sort of dismissed it.”
“Mr. Wilshaw admits that being a Nazi who is gay – but with a Jewish background – is a contradiction.”
A far-right lawmaker who got suspended from France’s National Front party for equating immigrants and Nazis said she was a victim of a “cabal
Far-right politicians were concerned that viewing information about Nazis would cause people to vote against their party.
It may appear that targeting Jews paid off for Marine Le Pen, but an analysis shows that anti-Semitic comments likely only hurt her campaign.
Le Pen is taking a temporary leave from her role as head of the National Front party in order to unite French citizens behind her candidacy.
Marine Le Pen’s recent declarations on French responsibility during the Holocaust have rekindled discussions on anti-Semitism at the National Front
Axel Loustau used aliases to publish Jew-hating posts on the Facebook; Marine Le Pen has come to his defense in the past.
For many European Jews, Trump’s victory is a signal that Europe’s struggle with ethno-nationalist populism is spreading to America, the land most of them viewed as the world’s redoubt against this tide.