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Wednesday, 22 January 2014

WELCOME TO THE JEW WORLD ORDER. According to Jewish Groups in France Dressing up as a 'Nazi' is a Crime

Mark Fournier
A Tory MP who was caught at a Nazi-themed party had organised the event himself, a report revealed yesterday.

Mark Fournier, 36, caused outrage when he dressed up as an SS officer during his stag night in the Alpine ski resort of Val Thorens.

He will now have to pay a total of £2,000 in fines and costs, after one of the Jewish groups which complained said pretending to be a Nazi was 'not a schoolboy joke'.

Guests chanted 'Hitler, Hitler, Hitler', while one raised a toast 'to the third Reich' during the [PRIVATE] dinner party in December 2011, a police tribunal in Albertville heard.

Mr Fournier's brother, 38-year-old John Fournier, was meanwhile heard saying of Mr Burley: 
'This man is a Tory MP. He went to Oxford. A Tory boy. He was the candidate for Berlin East.'
Such 'disturbing' evidence led to Mr Burley being sacked by Prime Minister David Cameron from his job as a parliamentary private secretary.

But it was Mr Fournier who initially faced charges including the denial of war crimes and crimes against humanity, and of inciting racial hatred. Wearing the uniform and insignia of an organisation found guilty of crimes against humanity is against the law in France, and it was for this lesser offence that Mr Fournier was eventually convicted.

A spokesman for Albertville prosecutors confirmed Mr Fournier received the 'maximum possible' fine, equivalent to just over 1200 pounds. He must also pay damages and interest of just over 800 pounds to ADIF, a French group which supports 'Holocaust victims'.

Mr Fournier, who is not believed to have attended the tribunal, was not immediately available for comment. He is said to have been unemployed since the scandal happened. During his trial, his defence lawyer had asked prosecutors to show him mercy because Prince Harry once got away with wearing an Afrika Korps uniform and swastika insignia at a party.

Michel Roubaud said Harry had worn his Nazi uniform in 2005, saying: 
'English law does not consider the wearing of a Nazi uniform to be a crime in itself. We can see that from the behaviour of Prince Harry.
'My client's behaviour was not ideologically motivated. It was organised by his best man, the MP, and took place in the context of a boozy stag party. 
'He asked his MP friend if it was against the law to wear a Nazi uniform in France and he told him 'no'.'
Mr Roubaud also said it was 'deeply unfair' that MP Mr Burley had supplied the Nazi uniform, but not been prosecuted like his client.

Mr Burley, the 34-year-old MP for Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, has since offered a public apology for what went on.

Olivier Fernex de Mongex, speaking on behalf of an organisation that represents Holocaust victims and survivors, said Mr Fournier's behaviour had been extremely offensive.
'You cannot classify these acts as a schoolboy joke,' said Mr De Mongex.


2 comments:

  1. Jews. What about Trotsky's memorial in Israel? Mass murder of whites and celebrating this genocide is acceptable, but a few old Commie Jew survivors, and they go mad. Stinking assoles thr lot of them

    Kossack

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  2. "Mr Burley, the 34-year-old MP for Cannock Chase in Staffordshire, has since offered a public apology for what went on."

    Apologise !!!!!!!!!????????
    Pathetic prick.
    mchawe

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