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In the thirties there was polarisation, the far right and the far left.

Until very recently all currents (political and media) became mono thinking. The zionist NeoCon influence is so firmly entrenched it is hard to imagine an alternative gaining any power, nevertheless there are signs of seeds being planted.

In an attampt to rid it’s country from the contol of Zionist Lobby Groups and organizations, France has launched it’s new Anti Zionist Political Party called “Parti Anti Sioniste.” Below are the parties goals taken from a translated page:


To eliminate the Zionist interference in the affairs of the Nation.

Denounce all the politicians who are advocating Zionism.

Eliminating all forms of Zionism in the nation.

Prevent companies and institutions to contribute to the war effort of a foreign nation that does not respect international law.

Unleashing our state, our government and our institutions of the grip and the pressure of Zionist organizations.

Unleashing the media for a plurality of information to promote freedom of expression.

Promote the free expression of the politics, culture, philosophy and religion and free of Zionism.

Restoring power in France and the French under the new geopolitical and economic rules on the big issues that engage the responsibility of the Nation.

Do not engage France in the wars of colonization and repatriate our armed forces stationed in Africa, Afghanistan and around the world.

Requiring a referendum for any new commitment of France abroad


Written by morris

March 15, 2009 at 1:23 am

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  1. I would like to make a post of any information on this French anti Zionist party in English.

    I viewed the above web page of yours and google translated it, here it is (There is also a french video on the above post):

    Shock Interview: Israel must disappear
    by center-zahra-france

    Actually, I hoped that someone would not. But I am disappointed by his attitude to other movements, probably naive, but still of potential friends. It is not necessary to agree with everyone to show together.

    Also, I am disappointed by “Israel must disappear.” Understand: I am also anti-Zionist and I am campaigning for an egalitarian secular, I understand that Mr Gouasmi meant the disappearance political, not physical. But although Mr Gouasmi seems to be aware of all the Zionist propaganda that takes place everywhere, he uses words that can be easily retrieved in order to discredit him and the new party which the world so badly needs.

    Finally, as a non-believer (but sympathetic), I think it’s against-productive to declare themselves the party of God. Are you aware that the majority of French is an atheist? Do not you know that any religion is constantly ridiculed everywhere? It seems to me that declaring the anti-Zionist party the party of God, Mr Gouasmi gets the ear of a minority of people, a fight turns into a simple double battle: the end of Zionism and attitude more tolerant towards religion.


    March 24, 2009 at 10:38 pm

  2. Hi Morris. I’ve blogger a little about this, although in French. The founder is Yahia Gouasmi:


    Although I generally agree with what he says, some of his words, I can’t stomach: “Israel must disappear” (which is the title of the video by the way) and “We are the party of God”; in addition, he attacks the other pro-Palestinian organizations as “Zionist dens”. I cannot tell whether this is true, but I certainly do not enjoy such an attitude of division.

    Basically, this Party is Muslim, and it does not look very sharp to me.


    March 24, 2009 at 7:12 pm

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