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#1 grog

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 03:59 PM

Belgian town sheds UNESCO status over
anti-Semitism row
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Monday 02 December 2019
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The town of Aalst was slammed after its famous carnival celebrations featured caricature Jews sitting atop piles of money. City officials say they are sick of the backlash and no longer want to be on the UN list.
 
    
A float showing sailors at the carnival in Aalst
This float from the 2018 Aalst carnival is an example of the colorful floats the event is famous for
 
The northern Belgian town of Aalst has decided to withdraw its annual carnival from the UN cultural heritage list, saying it is fed up with allegations of anti-Semitism.
 
The town was widely condemned after one of the floats at its carnival parade in March featured offensive caricature depictions of Orthodox Jews with hooked-noses and sitting atop bags of money. 
 
UNESCO, the European Union and Jewish groups called the float anti-Semitic, with the EU saying it was reminiscent of the kind of caricatures disseminated in Nazi Germany during the 1930s.
 
 
Belgian carnival float features puppets of grinning Jews, a rat and money bags - Jewish Telegraphic...
A protest against "rising prices" contains “typical, anti-Semitic caricatures from 1939.”
 
 
Aalst mayor Christoph D'Haese said Sunday that city officials "have had it a bit with the grotesque complaints" and no longer want the UNESCO designation.
 
"We are neither anti-Semitic nor racist. All those who support this are acting in bad faith. Aalst will always remain the capital of mockery and satire," he said in a statement quoted by Belga news agency.
 
 
Centuries-old festival
 
Aalst's carnival is a 600-year-old tradition that attracts tens of thousands of people each year. The celebration is famous for its provocative and satirical parade floats, which often poke fun at celebrities, as well as religious and political leaders.
 
D'Haese said it was not up to him to police humor, adding that it was "unavoidable'' that there would be more Jewish ridicule at next year's carnival.
 
"We are on a very dangerous slippery slope when people will be able to decide what can be laughed at," he said. 
 
'We will keep a close eye on Aalst'
 
Hans Knoop of the Belgian Forum of Jewish Organizations told The Associated Press that renouncing the UNESCO cultural heritage tag shouldn't clear the way for similar displays of anti-Semitism in the future.
 
"They are not at liberty to spew any more anti-Semitic dirt,'' he said. "We will keep a close eye on Aalst."
 
 
It's not the first time the town's carnival has drawn controversy. In 2013, revelers dressed as Nazi SS officers marched in the parade alongside a float that resembled a Nazi railway wagon used to transport Jews to death camps. 
 
The three-day festival, which takes place ahead of Roman Catholic Lent, was given heritage status by UNESCO in 2010.
 
The UN body was expected to decide at a December 12 meeting in Bogota, Colombia, whether to strip Aalst of its Intangible Cultural Heritage designation.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 04:02 PM

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 04:06 PM

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 05:23 PM

Belgian town sheds UNESCO status over
anti-Semitism row
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Monday 02 December 2019
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The town of Aalst was slammed after its famous carnival celebrations featured caricature Jews sitting atop piles of money. City officials say they are sick of the backlash and no longer want to be on the UN list.
 
    
A float showing sailors at the carnival in Aalst
This float from the 2018 Aalst carnival is an example of the colorful floats the event is famous for
 
The northern Belgian town of Aalst has decided to withdraw its annual carnival from the UN cultural heritage list, saying it is fed up with allegations of anti-Semitism.
 
The town was widely condemned after one of the floats at its carnival parade in March featured offensive caricature depictions of Orthodox Jews with hooked-noses and sitting atop bags of money. 
 
UNESCO, the European Union and Jewish groups called the float anti-Semitic, with the EU saying it was reminiscent of the kind of caricatures disseminated in Nazi Germany during the 1930s.
 
 
Belgian carnival float features puppets of grinning Jews, a rat and money bags - Jewish Telegraphic...
A protest against "rising prices" contains typical, anti-Semitic caricatures from 1939.
 
 
Aalst mayor Christoph D'Haese said Sunday that city officials "have had it a bit with the grotesque complaints" and no longer want the UNESCO designation.
 
"We are neither anti-Semitic nor racist. All those who support this are acting in bad faith. Aalst will always remain the capital of mockery and satire," he said in a statement quoted by Belga news agency.
 
 
Centuries-old festival
 
Aalst's carnival is a 600-year-old tradition that attracts tens of thousands of people each year. The celebration is famous for its provocative and satirical parade floats, which often poke fun at celebrities, as well as religious and political leaders.
 
D'Haese said it was not up to him to police humor, adding that it was "unavoidable'' that there would be more Jewish ridicule at next year's carnival.
 
"We are on a very dangerous slippery slope when people will be able to decide what can be laughed at," he said. 
 
'We will keep a close eye on Aalst'
 
Hans Knoop of the Belgian Forum of Jewish Organizations told The Associated Press that renouncing the UNESCO cultural heritage tag shouldn't clear the way for similar displays of anti-Semitism in the future.
 
"They are not at liberty to spew any more anti-Semitic dirt,'' he said. "We will keep a close eye on Aalst."
 
 
It's not the first time the town's carnival has drawn controversy. In 2013, revelers dressed as Nazi SS officers marched in the parade alongside a float that resembled a Nazi railway wagon used to transport Jews to death camps. 
 
The three-day festival, which takes place ahead of Roman Catholic Lent, was given heritage status by UNESCO in 2010.
 
The UN body was expected to decide at a December 12 meeting in Bogota, Colombia, whether to strip Aalst of its Intangible Cultural Heritage designation.
 
 
 
https://www.dw.com/e...-row/a-51494071
 
 
 
 
 

I bet the number is 7 million now.

Every year that goes by their victimhood gets more pronounced.

If you dont want to be seen as rats on a pile of cash stop gravitating to and dominating banks and nations.

Blow some more "the world is great" lollipops and rainbows up our asses.

As long as the goyim owes you money.

Edited by redline, 02 December 2019 - 05:24 PM.

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 07:31 PM

75 year anniversary coming up..

the "Dont forget me!!!" anniversary

so, if an infant was in a camp grew up had kid at 20 , and so on, almost at great great grandkid "survivors"

Nice shakedown.
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#6 Mario Milano

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 07:46 PM

75 year anniversary coming up..

the "Dont forget me!!!" anniversary

so, if an infant was in a camp grew up had kid at 20 , and so on, almost at great great grandkid "survivors"

Nice shakedown.

Yeh funny aren't they the  tribe of lying hooked noses......The population of Jews in German occupied countries was 2.8 million and some how the Germans murdered 6 million of em....Those Germans had special powers back then


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Posted 02 December 2019 - 07:50 PM

Yeh funny aren't they the  tribe of lying hooked noses......The population of Jews in German occupied countries was 2.8 million and some how the Germans murdered 6 million of em....Those Germans had special powers back then


to incinerate that many with the methods they had then especially MAKE ALL THE TEETH AND BONE FRAGMENTS DISAPPEAR

6 MILLION WORTH

Without nary a trace..

makes you wonder..

Cremation does NOT render a body totally to ash.
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#8 Mario Milano

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 08:08 PM

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Posted 02 December 2019 - 08:14 PM

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