Zion in France
France´s Jewish Minister of Foreign Affairs
Two main European powers have Jewish Ministers of foreign affairs. In France Bernard Kouchner acts as France´s representative abroad and directs France´s foreign policies including its stance on Israel, the Arab world and Iran (in cooperation with his Jewish boss and President, Nicolas Sarkozy). In Great Britain Prime Minister Gordon Brown - who according to Jewish sources has Jewish economic backing - has chosen a Jew in the form of David Miliband to take over the rudder of Britain´s foreign policies. In the case of Britain one should note that the predecessor of Miliband also was Jewish, the Labour-Jew Jack Straw.
In this document we will demonstrate some information collected to prove Kouchner´s Jewishness and in the same time remind our readers that Jewish leaders over and over again repeat that Jews all over the world have a special responsability to help the Jewish state of Israel and that Jews should have a first loyalty to this Jewish state, regardless of whichever non-Jewish majority country they are citizens in.
It is in this perspective Bernard Kouchner´s connection to the Jewish mafia becomes interesting and thus deserves investigation and exposure.
"Every Jew is an Ambassador for Israel"
- Australian Rabbi Aron Moss, Arutz Sheva, Israel National News, 07/25/2006.
"I consider that all Jews in the Diaspora, and thus it is true in France, should everywhere they can lend their support to Israel. This is why it is also important that Jews take political responsabilities. [...]. In sum, in my functions and in my everyday life, through the whole of my actions, I try to make so that my modest stone is brought to the construction of the land of Israel."
- Dominique Strauss-Kahn, French Jew, politician and chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), as stated in Passages, N° 35 - February/March 1991.
"Every French Jew is a representative of Israel... Rest assured that every Jew in France is a defender of that which you defend."
- French Chief Rabbi Joseph Sitruk in a declaration to Israel´s criminal leader Yitzhak Shamir, Le Monde, 9 July, 1990.
"I have dual allegiance. My loyalty to Israel is part of me and there are many Jews who think and feel likewise."
- Rabbi Joachim Prinz, former president of the American Jewish Congress, July 23, 1969 issue of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Daily News Bulletin.
" The Zionist leaders didn't hide the role of their lobby. Ben Gurion stated clearly: "When a Jew, in America or in South Africa, talks to his Jewish companions about 'our' government, he means the government of Israel." "
- "Rebirth and Destiny of Israel", 1954, p. 489.
Short curriculum vitae of BK
Bernard Kouchner is launched as a major "humanist" as he is one of the founders of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) - also known as Doctors Without Borders - and Doctors of the World. He has previously been Minister of Health in France.
In 1999 Kouchner became the first UN Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK). He has since tried to candidate both for the position of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and to become Director-General of the World Health Organisation, but in both cases lost the appointment.
But one should shed no tears for Bernard, in 2007 France´s new President - Mr Sarkozy - chose him to become the French minister of Foreign and European Affairs. As Kouchner is a "Leftist", the Right-wing Sarkozy´s ministerial pick could seem a bit odd, but we believe it is one of these cases where the Jewish factor was at work. Especially as the same Sarkozy also lobbied for the "Socialist" Jew Dominque Strauss-Kahn to become the new chief of the International Monetary Fund - the IMF (which he also did).
Kouchner is a Jew
According to rabbinic law a Jew should count his mothers heritage for his or hers Jewishness, but there are de facto converts to this sect and there are also many cases where Jews who have their Jewish family connection from the paternal side - where their father is the Jew and their mother is a non-Jew - that still are accepted as fullworthy members of God´s chosen tribe.
We can also add that it is not seldom that the so-called "non-Jewish" mother or father also has a Jewish linkage, but for practical reasons has been going under the name of "Catholic" or likewise.
In the case of Bernard Kouchner, according to official bibliography, it is his father who is the Jew, whereas his mother is supposed to be "Protestant".
But the Jews themselves seems to regard him as one of them.
The Jew Dr. Michael Shurkin writes in the Jewish journal Zeek, May 2006, on Tariq Ramadan´s critic of war mongering Jewish intellectuals in the French debate concerning the 2003 war on Iraq. Shurkin writes:
Ramadan's remarks were invited by Le Monde, whose editorial policies themselves occasionally flirt with antisemitism and which, in March 2003, itself ran a list of the same intellectuals under the title In France, these intellectuals who say yes to war. Without addressing the many differences of opinion and even reservations about the war that separate the individuals in question, Le Monde included in its list (together with several others) most of the same figures: André Glucksmann, Pascal Bruckner, Romain Goupil, Bernard Kouchner, Alain Finkielkraut, Jacky Mamou, Pierre Lellouche, Michel Taubmann, and Shmuel Trigano. All of them happen to be Jewish.
The Australian Jewish News leave no doubt of how they regard Kouchner:
Bernard Kouchner: revival of the rational Jewish left
COLUMN by Julie Szego
The Australian Jewish News, July 26, 2007
FRANCES new foreign minister, Bernard Kouchner, has movie-star good looks, even in his late 60s. Hes apparently arrogant and obstinate, a media tart with a messiah complex.
His partner, television journalist Christine Ockrent, also radiates stardom. The power couple entertain other beautiful people in their grand duplex apartment overlooking the Luxembourg Gardens.
They always get the best restaurant tables, The New York Times recently reported, adding, They have been tarred with the label, gauche caviar, champagne-and-caviar socialism at its worst.
Kouchner is a man of the political left who rattled his comrades by accepting an invitation to join the government of conservative President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Hes part of the reason why Frances Jews are feeling a little less anxious, hopeful their country might end its decades-long annoyance with Israel: a haughty, very French kind of annoyance, aimed at appeasing aggrieved Muslim constituencies.
At the time of writing, Kouchner and his boss were continuing their diplomatic efforts to help free captured Israeli soldiers.
Cynicism about politics is a trendy affectation these days, especially among progressive, liberal-minded folk of strong passions. Its one of the many ironies afflicting the so-called intellectual left, and its a conceit of the privileged.
Politicians like Kouchner expose this conceit.
Kouchner is no ordinary French minister. He founded Nobel Prize-winning organisations Doctors Without Borders and Doctors of the World, and was the United Nations administrator in Kosovo.
His journey, from student radical in 1968, to humanitarian interventionist decades later, is an inspiring one, caviar notwithstanding. Its also a very Jewish journey, in the quest for universal justice.
KOUCHNERS mother was Protestant, his father Jewish. His paternal grandparents had fled the Russian pogroms, only to be hunted by the Nazis in France.
My grandparents died in Auschwitz, Kouchner wrote in his 1995 memoir, and for years no-one dared or wanted to tell me ... In a mixed family that is not religious, it is even worse: you are either twice as Jewish, or half-Jewish. As a result, you react like a tormented soul in the face of oppression.
By the time of the second war in Iraq, Kouchners revolutionary humanitarianism led him to effectively endorse the invasion, despite his annoyance with the Bush Administration.
Whether Kouchner is twice as Jewish or half-Jewish (personally Id put money on the former), hes one of a group of prominent leftist dissidents, in which Jews (shock/horror) are over-represented.
Berman himself is another member of this heretical clique. They reject anti-Americanism and anti-Zionism as a rallying cry, instead pointing the guns at those who most closely resemble the 20th centurys fascists.
They dont have all the answers, as the Iraq fiasco painfully illustrates. But theyre on the right path, nevertheless.
AJN columnist Szego puts a bet that Kouchner, is "twice as Jewish", perhaps a perception reinforced by the fact she noted that "at the time of writing, Kouchner and his boss were continuing their diplomatic efforts to help free captured Israeli soldiers".
When the German paper Der Spiegel ran an interview with Kouchner 10/08/2007, along with the interview Der Spiegel also published some condensed facts on mr. Kouchner under the topic ABOUT BERNARD KOUCHNER. There they state that he is: "Born into a Jewish immigrant family [...]". (http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/0,1518,509936,00.html)
But how he perceives himself should weigh the most.
Here it is just to note that when the Jewish community gave out the Judaism/Jewry-hailing book "I am Jewish: Personal Reflections Inspired by the Last Words of Daniel Pearl" (JEWISH LIGHTS PUBLISHING, 2005), Kouchner appeared as one of the many Jewish co-authors, contributing with a chapter of his own. Other co-authors with Kouchner in this book are Zionists like Ehud Barak, Natan Sharansky and Avraham Burg. (See the advertisement for the book at: http://www.keenzo.com/showproduct.asp?ID=2138634 and the names of the co-authors.)
Here below we have a scanned contents-page from the book, where Bernard Kouchner can be seen as writing on page 229:
Kouchner as an aggressive Jew
The intolerance of Kouchner, along well established Jewish behavioural patterns, was clearly seen during the media campaign against the French intellectual, the muslim Roger Garaudy and his book "The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics", a fantastic book that combines an analysis of Zionism with a dissection of the Jewish myths of the purported hoimicidal gas chambers in Auschwitz and other German KZ-camps, the so-called "worst crime in history of Mankind"
This campaign was especially nasty. Abbé Pierre, who tried to support Garaudy, even declared to the Corriere della Serra (according to Le Figaro, 1-2 June): "The Church of France has [...] intervened so as to silence me through the pressure of the press, motivated by an international Zionist lobby."
One of the actors of this Zionist Lobby was none other than the "humanitarian" Bernard Kouchner. But in the case of Garaudy, all sweet talk of "human rights" and "freedom of expression" were forgotten. Kouchner even resorted to real low-level language - as Jews do when they see a dissident to their dictats - and called Garaudy a "bastard" (in French "salaud") in a open letter published in Le Monde, 27 January 2007.
Kouchner´s job the result of Zionist interventions
According to Le Canard Enchaine (16 May, 2007), it was the very heavy-handed approach of the Jewish Lobby that brought about the choice of Kouchner as FM. The other contestant, the non-Jew Hubert Védrine, was by the Jews considered as negative to Israel. The Enchaine then tells:
As soon as the leaders of CRIF (Conseil représentatif des institutions juives de France) learned of the prospect [of the appointment of Védrine] from the new Head of the State, Roger Cukierman, outgoing president of CRIF [the French Israel lobby], telephoned Claude Guéant with a violent warning.
We held a meeting with CRIF, today, and the rumour circulated of the nomination of Védrine to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs . That caused panic because, for us, Védrine is worse than the usual anti-Israelis of the Quay DOrsay.
A little later, Cukierman directly joined Sarkozy and said to him that the Jewish community would take the nomination of Védrine as a casus belli.
It should be understood that Cukierman and its friends had campaigned across the country for Sarko explaining why the victory of Ségolène would cause the return of Védrine to the Quay!
Kouchner´s FM promotion hailed by the Zionists
Already when the word was out that Kouchner was to be Sarkozy´s pick for the important position as Foreign Minister, the enthusiasm in the Zionist circles could be heard. The English language Israeli paper The Jerusalem Post ran an article "Sarkozy set to name Kouchner as FM", May 17, 2007, where the paper interviewed Sylvain Semhoun, the Israel representative of Sarkozys Union for Popular Movement (UMP):
"Israel got lucky [with Kouchner]. Israelis should thank God it's him and not Vedrine," he said.
The paper continues:
Kouchner, who was born to a Jewish father and a Protestant mother, is close to right-wing Jewish MP Pierre Lellouche, who advises Sarkozy on international issues. And Kouchner received an honorary degree from Ben-Gurion University in Beersheba at the height of the second intifada.
Kouchner's reputation would allow him to "do things that no one else could" regarding kidnapped soldiers Eldad Regev and Ehud Goldwasser in Lebanon, and Gilad Schalit in Gaza, the official told the Post.
Israeli officials hope mediating for the release of the kidnapped soldiers will not be the end of France's positive moves under Sarkozy.
Likud chairman Binyamin Netanyahu has said that with the coming to power of his friend Sarkozy, he expects French Middle East policy "will no longer be characterized by reflective anti-Israelism."
The UMP official said he believed Bernard Kouchner could help defuse the Iranian nuclear threat.
Kouchner at the diplomatic helm, coupled with the new American-style National Security Adviser Jean-David Levitte - former French ambassador to Washington - Sarkozy is making good on his pledge of support to his American friends.
Kouchner and Levitte broke ranks with the French government in 2003, refusing to oppose the invasion of Iraq. Kouchner published an article in Le Monde arguing the positives in toppling Saddam Hussein. [...]
Sarkozys choice for Foreign Minister seems to have really gone home with the Zionists. The Zionist hawk and anti-Arab/Islamophobic editor of The New Republic, Martin Peretz, magnanimously forgave Kouchners Socialist past; it does not "make him foul or treyf (non-Kosher)", because Kouchner and Sarkozy have intellectual and political bonds that cross party lines (The New Republic web pages, article by Peretz dated 16.05.2007). Peretz then adds:
Andre Glucksmann, a good friend of Kouchners but not by any means a socialist, may have planted the idea in Sarkozys head [Glucksmann is also a 'good friend' of Alain Finkielkraut, French Zionist comedian who passes for a philosopher in the airier circles of Paris]. Or tilled the idea after someone else or Sarkozy himself had raised it. After all, Glucksmann had campaigned for Sarkozy, loyally and energetically. And the three share many values and convictions, whatever their party loyalties. They are friends of America, not at all friends, but antagonists of militant Islam, allies of the West as idea and reality, sympathetic, empathetic with Israel, aligned with the ex-communist democracies of Eastern Europe, etc. Enough said about this.
The Jewish-American "neo-con", Ambassador Richard Holbrooke - "one of Kouchner's closest friends" - hailed the appointment in an article in The New York Times (May 18, 2007):
"It's an amazing appointment, a stunning event in French foreign policy," said Richard Holbrooke, the former American ambassador to the United Nations who negotiated the peace agreement for Bosnia and is one of Kouchner's closest friends.
"He's motivated by an anti-totalitarian drive whether he sees injustice from the left or the right," Holbrooke said. "It will be very positive for U.S.-French relations because he does not come with a visceral anger towards the American 'hyperpower.' "
The New York Times article stated further:
Kouchner was one of the few in France's political elite to justify military intervention against Saddam Hussein - on humanitarian grounds, not because Iraq might have been seeking weapons of mass destruction.
"It was a question of overthrowing an evil dictator, and it was right to intervene," Kouchner said in 2004.
Both Sarkozy and Kouchner in a sense are outsiders. Sarkozy, who is 15 years his junior, is the son of a Hungarian immigrant; one of his grandparents was Jewish.
Kouchner's paternal grandparents were Russian-born Jews who escaped the pogroms by immigrating to France, but perished decades later in Auschwitz.
Kouchner in the classical "palms-out" pose
Kouchner in the shape of Israeli mole
Kouchner has on several occasions revealed his Jewish vocations, trying to align France´s policies to those of his Jewish state of Israel. As we have already shown above his stance on Iraq and Iran have been typically Jewish, pro-Israeli.
And he has continued in this vein.
In September 2007, Kouchner's public comments on the Iranian nuclear situation attracted much attention and controversy. In an interview on 16 September 2007, he said; "We have to prepare for the worst, and the worst, sir, is war" (see Ha´aretz, 16/09/2007). He stated that France was committed to a diplomatic resolution and that no military action was planned, but that an Iranian nuclear weapon would pose "a real danger for the whole world". Ha´aretz commented in the same article:
Kouchner's comments follow a similarly hawkish statement by French President Nicolas Sarkozy, who said last month in his first major foreign policy speech since taking office that a diplomatic push by the world's powers was the only alternative to "an Iranian bomb or the bombing of Iran."
The Jew Kouchner also advocated harder sanctions on Iran (same Ha´aretz article):
France has said repeatedly it wants the United Nations Security Council to pass tougher sanctions against Iran over its failure to dispel fears that it is secretly pursuing nuclear weapons.
Kouchner also said Sunday that France had advised its large companies not to respond to tenders in Iran and repeated a call for greater pressure on Tehran over its nuclear program. [...]
"We have already asked a certain number of our large companies to not respond to tenders, and it is a way of signalling that we are serious," Kouchner said.
And som time later, Israeli paper Ha´aretz, November 19, 2007, reported on a trip by French FM Kouchner to Israel:
In an interview with Haaretz, Kouchner, who along with President Nicolas Sarkozy is leading the European hard-liners against Iran, described the crisis over Iran's nuclear program "as extremely serious," adding that France "will never compromise on Israel's security."
Kouchner said: "We have proposed to our European partners to adopt measures against Iran also within the European Union framework, in order to let Iran understand that it cannot continue with its policy of creating faits accomplis."
Will France support the use of force by the United States or Israel? Will France be willing to participate in an attack on Iran? Kouchner did not respond directly to the questions but used language that suggests that for France, all options, including that of military force, are open:
"I intend to continue with great determination along this path [of pressuring Iran] which is the only way to bring about an agreed solution, the only one that will prevent us from having, one day, to be faced with a dilemma of 'an Iranian bomb or bombing Iran.'"
And in 2008 their was some confusion as to the level of Kouchner´s "hawkishness":
Israelis digest Kouchner 'H-bomb'
BBC News, 8 October 2008
Some Israelis may have choked on their breakfast when a newspaper headline quoted France's foreign minister saying Israel might devour its arch foe, Iran.
Hebrew daily Haaretz splashed across its front page that Bernard Kouchner said Israel might "eat" the Islamic Republic before it got nuclear arms.
"You will eat (sic) Iran before it
achieves an atomic bomb"
Ha´aretz headline (in Hebrew)
The following day Haaretz apologised, saying Mr Kouchner, speaking in English, had actually said "hit".
Mr Kouchner also offered a diplomatic apology for the "phonetic confusion".
When Mr Kouchner was asked about the possibility of Tehran developing a nuclear weapon, the Hebrew and English editions of Haaretz newspaper quoted him saying:
"I honestly don't believe that it will give any immunity to Iran. First, because you [Israelis] will eat them before."
He went on to say: "And this is the danger. Israel has always said it will not wait for the bomb to be ready. I think that [the Iranians] know. Everyone knows."
The comments were published on Sunday, as Mr Kouchner ended a two-day visit to the region, under the headline in Hebrew saying "You will eat Iran before it achieves an atomic bomb".
On Monday, the paper published a correction and apologised for the "misunderstanding", but it also said the transcription had been cleared with Mr Kouchner's office prior to publication.
The paper did not explain how the mistake had occurred, but dropping the "h" is widely seen as a feature of English spoken with a French accent.
Haaretz's current English online version of the story - with "hit" rather than "eat" - makes no mention of the earlier confusion.
It could be said any levity about the misquote belies the seriousness of the issue it relates to. The US, Israel and their western allies say they believe Iran is seeking nuclear weapons, an accusation Tehran strongly denies.
Israel, the region's sole if undeclared nuclear power, has raised the possibility it might launch a pre-emptive strike against Iran to prevent it from becoming nuclear-armed.
After the Israeli massacre of Gaza in 2009 France, under Sarkozy-Kouchner, ran to Israel´s aid, to help Israel with its efforts to berieve the Palestinian freedom fighters under siege, their supplies.
French Navy Deploys Anti-Smuggling Surveillance Frigate Off Gaza Coast
Posted by David Eshel at 1/26/2009
A French frigate carrying a helicopter was on its way Friday to international waters off the coast of Gaza to participate in a mission against arms trafficking in the Palestinian territory, officials said. The deployment was ordered by French President Nicolas Sarkozy in cooperation with Israel and Egypt as part of "immediate actions to fight against the smuggling of weapons towards Gaza," his office said in a statement. The official statement appeared to indicate, though, that the ship would be restricted to surveillance operations and will not board vessels suspected of carrying weapons.
The French military authorities said late Friday that the warship named Germinal, which was deployed off Lebanon as part of a UN mission, would reach its destination already "in the coming hours". French armed forces spokesman spokesman Christophe Prazuck said that the Germinal will act as a "maritime control tower detecting all ships within its radar range, which allows the tracking of suspicious movements in a radius of several dozen kilometres. [...]
And the Palestinians have in vain protested...
Hamas: France helps Israel in Gaza siege
Press TV January 27, 2009
Hamas has condemned the deployment of a French frigate off the coast of Gaza, saying it would reinforce an Israeli blockade on the strip.
Prime Minister Ismail Haniya lashed out at French President Nicolas Sarkozy over the deployment of the warship to the area allegedly to fight 'arms smuggling' into the coastal region.
"We expected France, whose motto is 'liberty, equality, fraternity' to send hospital ships to treat the children burned by banned weapons or to set up a humanitarian bridge... rather than deploy a navy ship to reinforce the blockade," said Haniya in a statement Tuesday.
Israel's 18-month old blockade and its 22-day military campaign has created an unprecedented humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian coastal silver.
The deployment was ordered Friday in cooperation with Israel and Egypt as part of "immediate actions to fight against the smuggling of weapons towards Gaza."
"We are astonished by the European position which blames the victims and the oppressed people for the tragedy that befell the Gaza Strip," said Haniya.
After having failed to prevent Hamas arming through a 22-day full-scale offensive against the movement, Israel signed a deal with the United Stated to stop arrival of arms into the region.
Following the agreement, Sarkozy ordered the deployment of a frigate to international waters off the coast of Gaza, saying the warship will conduct "surveillance in international waters off Gaza, in full cooperation with Egypt and Israel."
Sarkozy had also told Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, to "coordinate closely" with the US and Europe as soon as possible to propose other ways to prevent Palestinians from obtaining arms.
Hamas says that as a democratically elected government it is entitled to have weapons in order to defend Palestinians against their enemy.
"No one has the right to prevent the Palestinians from equipping themselves with weapons as long as the occupation continues," Hamas representative Osama Hamdan said in Lebanon.
Kouchner interacting with his pals in Apartheid-Israel...
Kouchner with Ehud Olmert
Kouchner with ex-Mossad employee Tzipi Livni
Kouchner with Ehud Barak
Kouchner with Shimon Peres