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LICRA

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Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme
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Abbreviation LICRA
Type hate group, saboteurs
Key people
Bernard Lecache, Jean Pierre-Bloch, Patrick Gaubert

The so-called International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism (French: Ligue Internationale Contre le Racisme et l'Antisémitisme), better known as simply LICRA, is a Jewish supremacist hate group which operates in France on a firmly Francophobic platform. It is the French equivelent of the ADL of B'nai B'rith and has a very similar history. The group was founded in 1927 to celebrate the murder of Ukrainian liberation activist Symon Petliura by Jewish terrorist Sholom Schwartzbard. It was founded by Bernard Lecache who was a member of the French Communist Party and the Grand Orient de France.

During its early period, the group propagandised pertaining to Eastern Europe for the Jews as "poor persecuted victims" and demonised anti-communists. As well as howling about the national revolution in process in Germany and French patriotism at home. LICRA are the fathers of oppressive legislature which has abolished freedom of speech in France, starting with the Marchandeau Act of 1939 and continuing through support of the Pleven Act in 1972 and the Gayssot Act in 1990. They have pushed to censor criticism of supremacist Jews on the internet, with famous cases including Yahoo! and Google.

History

Petliura affair and background

Symon Petliura was a victim of murder by a Jewish NKVD terrorist.

The organisation arose in the aftermath of the 1926 murder of Symon Petliura in the Latin Quarter of Paris by a Jew, Sholom Schwartzbard, who was later revealed by Soviet archives to have been working for the NKVD. Petliura was a Ukrainian statesman and a leader of the national movement in the Ukraine who was resisting Bolshevism. Following the Bolshevik coup d'etat of 1917 there was ethnic conflict in various areas of the decaying Russian Empire, including clashes between Ukrainians and Jews (this was portrayed in the controlled media as "pogroms"). It is highly debatable if Petliura was even involved in directing Ukrainian responses in these clashes, however, this was the rationale used by the French Communist Party newspaper L'Humanité at Schwartzbard's trial to claim the assassination was justified.

To give further context to what the Ukrainians were resisting, some of the worst Bolshevist cut-throats of the Trotsky—Lenin Holocaust were Jews born in the Ukraine. This included Leon Trotsky leader of the terrorist Red Army, Grigory Zinoviev who openly demanded the "annihilation" of ten million gentiles,[1] Karl Radek a close associate of Lenin and Ilya Ehrenburg of World War II rape-murder infamy, amongst many, many others. Because the Ukrainian liberation movement failed, around seven million Ukrainians were genocided by deliberate starvation between 1932-33 in the Holodomor, a program directed by Lazar Kaganovich. There is no doubting the objectively evil nature of the forces which Petliura and other Ukrainians were resisting. Regardless, the controlled media hubbub around the trial presented Jews as innocent "victims" and this group was founded in 1927 as the League Against Pogroms (French: Ligue contre les pogroms) by red journalist Schwartzbard apologist Bernard Lecache.

Needless to say, the personal biography of Lecache who founded the organisation, was so ridiculously offensive to the sensibilities of all right thinking people it could have been lifted from the Protocols of Zion. He was a Jew, a member of the French Communist Party, a freemason belonging to the Grand Orient de France and the pro-Dreyfus Ligue des droits de l'homme. He was also one of the first "French" journalists to support the Bolshevist coup. After Schwartzbard got off free, the group was renamed the Ligue internationale contre l'antisémitisme (LICA). The occult arrogance of turning a criminal murder by a Jew into a permanent propaganda campaign against the host population was mirrored exactly by the Mary Phagan-Leo Frank case in the United States which had led to the formation of the ADL of B'nai B'rith.

Rise as LICA and World War II

The group was founded mostly on the basis of open Jewish ethnocentrism, but some gentiles were allowed to join if they agreed to serve the agenda. Some notables, mostly of ill-repute, were involved in the early period, including; Albert Einstein the famous plagarist, Josephine Baker a mulatto "performer" from the United States, Marie-Laure de Noailles a Jewish sponsor of modernist painters, Romain Rolland a writer associated with the Soviet Empire, Séverine a feminist member of the French Communist Party and Dreyfus supporter. Some politicians were members also, Léon Blum the Jew who became Prime Minister during the 1930s being the most notable, as well as the Czech liberals Edvard Beneš and Tomáš Masaryk. Others allegedly in contact with them during WWII were; Sigmund Freud and George Bernard Shaw.

Bernard Lecache founded LICRA, being president until 1968.

During the 1930s, through a well-financed campaign of lobbying, LICA subverted the body politic. In a familiar process, bought mainstream politicians of the republic, especially those beholden to Grand Orient freemasonry and some form of Marxism, made pious declarations against so-called "racists" and "anti-semites", betraying the people by promoting boundless cosmopolitanism and egalitarianism, declaring France as a laboratory for this "great" experiment. The primary targets of LICA's Jewish supremacist, Francophobic venom was Charles Maurras, Action Française, Camelots du Roi, Jeunesses Patriotes and others. Following the 6 February 1934 crisis, there was a significant membership cross-over between LICA and the anti-patriotic, socialo-communist Comité de vigilance des intellectuels antifascistes.

LICA and other Jews in France organised a boycott of Germany in April 1933 and they were implicated in two assassinations of NSDAP members; Herschel Grynszpan, the Jew who murdered German diplomat Ernst vom Rath sparking the Kristallnacht riots in 1938 was funded by LICA in Paris and they provided him with a lawyer named Vincent de Moro-Giafferi.[2] This same lawyer had earlier defended David Frankfurter who murdered Wilhelm Gustloff, leader of the Swiss section of the NSDAP, in 1936.[3] Freedom of speech and the press, supposed "liberal republican values" which the partisans of the Revolution of 1789 claimed as their legacy, was abolished on 21 April 1939 when the Jewish leaders of LICA had the Marchandeau Act pushed through. The new law made it illegal to criticise the so-called "chosen people" in the French media.

Following the Battle of France there was a rapid change in alligences from some goy supporters. With the winds of change and a realigning of powers, a significant number of former LICA Jewish lackeys turned on their masters and became "collaborationists" of Adolf Hitler's Greater German Empire and Philippe Pétain's Vichy France. This included René Belin (signed the Statute on Jews), François Chasseigne (Comité des amis de la Waffen SS member), Paul Marchandeau, Jean-Marie Balestre (SS volunteer), Gaston Bergery, Georges Bonnet, Gratien Candace, Marcelle Capy and others.[4][5] LICA itself was outlawed by the French government in Vichy and their anti-free speech law was repealed in 1940. Some of their other members were involved in aiding terrorism, forging documents, conspiracy and subtefuge.

Agitation in the post-war period

Following the end of World War II, the Nuremberg show trials, the emergence of France under the leadership of Charles de Gaulle and the creation of the Zionist State in Palestine ("Israel"), the subversive LICA network regrouped, still under Lecache's hand. However, a new organisation was created in 1948 called the Mouvement contre le racisme, l'antisémitisme et pour la paix (MRAP), consisting of "former" communist terrorists, under the leadership of Charles Palant who had been a youth president of LICA. The strategy was that LICA would be the openly Zionist organisation, while MRAP would retain close links to the French Communist Party. Both organisations were controlled by Jews and operated in the same way as Francophobic political police groups. MRAP would later try to play down its Jewishness as they manipulated Maghrebi Mohammedan diaspora politics against the French people during the 1950s.

See also

References

Footnotes

  1. Rummel 1996, p. 40.
  2. Ernst Zundel (15 June 2012). "Kristallnacht in Perspective".  External link in |title= (help)
  3. Shoah, The Palestinian Holocaust (15 June 2012). "Crystal Night 1938 – Third Reich's 9/11?".  External link in |title= (help)
  4. L'Express (15 June 2012). "De l'art de retourner sa veste".  External link in |title= (help)
  5. Enquête & Débat (15 June 2012). "La LICRA a affronté son passé en recevant l'historien Simon Epstein".  External link in |title= (help)

Bibliography

  • Rummel, Rudolph J (1996). Lethal politics: Soviet genocide and mass murder since 1917. Transaction Publishers. ISBN 1560008873. 

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