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The world-renowned Danish film director Lars von Trier, stepped on Zionist Lobby’s tail on May 18, 2011 by making ‘political wrong statement’ about Hitler, Israel and being a Nazi (watch a video below).

“The only thing I can tell you is that I thought I was a Jew for a long time and was very happy being a Jew – but it turned out that I was not a Jew. If I’d been a Jew, then I would be a second-wave Jew, a kind of a new-wave Jew, but anyway, I really wanted to be a Jew and then I found out that I was really a Nazi, because my family is German. And that also gave me some pleasure. So, I, what can I say? I understand Hitler. I think he did some wrong things but I can see him sitting in his bunker. I’m saying that I think I understand the man. He is not what we could call a good guy, but yeah, I understand much about him and I sympathize with him.”

The Board of Directors of Cannes Film Festival have condemned and banned Lars von Trier from the annual European awards festival for making such ‘anti-Semitic’ remarks which Lars von Trier claims were made as a joke. He has released a tepid apology saying he was sorry if he “hurt someone” with his remarks and said he is not anti-Semitic or racially prejudiced and is not, in fact, a Nazi.

The great defender of the Zionist entity, Abraham Foxman, national director ADL was quick to jump-in. “He seems to be struggling with some personal ghost. This is one way I guess he resolved them, in a very, very bizarre way,” he told The Hollywood Reporter.

Mel Gibson, who has been crucified by ADL and other Jewish lobbying groups for many years for producing biblical movie ‘The Passion of Christ’ for years – was invited at the event.

Bryan Mark Rigg wrote in his book that Nazi Army had 150,000 German Jews, some of them rose to high command positions. Author Hennecke Kardel has called Adolf Hitler the Founder of Israel. Nazi Adolf Eichmann who was executed in 1961 by the Zionist-regime for war crimes – was a professed Zionist and a great supporter of the Jewish state in Palestine.

Lars von Trier’s nine films have been nominated for the Palme d’Or. He won in 2000, for Dancer in the Dark. He latest film Melancholia has already sold to most markets, on the basis of the director’s reputation and its acceptance in the Cannes competition.

The Danish Jewish cartoonist Flemming Rose, the cultural editor of Jyllands-Posten, who solicited, selected and published the insulting cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was defended for his ‘freedom of speech’ rights for hurting the feelings of 1.7 billion world Muslims but Lars von Trier is denied the same rights because he stepped on the toes of a few million powerful Zionist Jews.

Lars von Trier and the Jewish Lobby | Rehmat's World