Female Le Pen to Stand Trial for Insulting Nazism

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 23, 2015

Marine Le Pen made sickening comments comparing the Nazis to Moslems.
Marine Le Pen made sickening comments comparing the Nazis to Moslems.

Female Le Pen, most famous for having destroyed the great work of Male Le Pen, is to stand trial for insulting the Nazis.


French far-right party leader Marine Le Pen will go on trial for comparing Muslim street prayers to wartime Nazi occupation, party officials and the prosecutor’s office said on Tuesday.

Le Pen, whom polls see likely to win a regional election in northern France in December, has widened the National Front’s appeal since she took its helm in 2011 by expelling extremists and cracking down on anti-Semitism.

Read: cucking for kikes.

But then what do the kikes do? Arrest you for insulting Nazism.

In a meeting in 2010, Le Pen criticised Muslims praying in the streets when mosques are full.

She will be judged on Oct. 20 over charges of “incitement to discrimination over people’s religious beliefs,” the prosecutor’s office in Lyon said.

Le Pen had told the 2010 rally in Lyon: “I’m sorry, but for those who really like to talk about World War Two, if we’re talking about occupation, we could talk about that (street prayers), because that is clearly an occupation of the territory.

“It is an occupation of sections of the territory, of neighbourhoods in which religious law applies, it is an occupation. There are no tanks, there are no soldiers, but it is an occupation anyhow, and it weighs on people,” she added.

She reacted indignantly on Tuesday to news of the trial.” It is a scandal that a political leader can be sued for expressing her beliefs,” she told Reuters. “Those who denounce the illegal behaviour of fundamentalists are more likely to be sued than the fundamentalists who behave illegally.”

I do believe in free speech.

But what a sick thing this woman has done.

Comparing this:

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To this:

[Note: Happy Nazi pictures removed due to Jew lawyer complaints. I guess they’ve got a few more years copyright on pictures taken in the early 40s, and don’t want people enjoying them.


Here’s another site hosting most of the images. Here are some of them on the Daily Mail. -AA]

Comparing the Moslem occupied France to the Nazi occupied France – this isn’t a free speech issue, it’s a mental health issue.

This woman should clearly be locked up in an asylum.