Jean-Marie Le Pen - Quotes

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When Joan D' Arc was asked by her judges why as a Christian she did not love the British, she answered that she did love them, but she loved British in their country. In the same way, we do not hate the Turks, we love them, but in their country. ---->>>

If you take a book of a thousand pages on the Second World War, in which 50 million people died, the concentration camps occupy two pages and the gas chambers ten or 15 lines, and that's what one calls a detail. ---->>>

The suffering caused by the terrorists is the real torture. ---->>>

I'm always suspicious of people who repent of other people's sins. ---->>>

An ancient dictum says that when Zeus wanted to destroy someone, he would first drive him mad. ---->>>

After all, you're not exactly a nation like all the other nations. You are unique, if only because you are such an ancient people, and because of the way you are spread all over the world and your obvious success in many fields. ---->>>

I'm not saying that the gas chambers didn't exist. I couldn't see them myself. ---->>>

You cannot speak on behalf of a nation when you have no mandate to do so. ---->>>

The Vichy government was under occupation and carried out the orders of the German occupier. ---->>>

By analogy, if we were to develop a soccer team, then we would not invite basketball and volleyball players to the try outs. We would invite soccer players to apply. ---->>>

In recent years - before the intifada - there were three or four incidents of anti-Semitism a year, and that's out of 18 million crimes and violations of the law. ---->>>

The result is that you are now experiencing what we experienced in the war in Algeria: The Israeli government says that it is a victim of terrorist activity, but this activity is less visible than the military strikes. ---->>>

When you write a two thousand page history of the Second World War, the deportations and the concentration camps will take up five pages, and the gas chambers perhaps 20 lines. ---->>>

Everyone sees drama from his own perspective. ---->>>

My father was killed by a German mine, while I lost other relatives in Allied bombing attacks. ---->>>

In my speeches, I always condemned communism, national-socialism and fascism. ---->>>

Millions also perished in the Chinese camps, and there have been terrible genocides in Cambodia and Vietnam. ---->>>

Political rivals attacked me. I was savagely beaten. I was kicked in the face and I lost my eye as a result. ---->>>

The much greater crimes of the Soviet Gulags occurred over decades and cost millions of lives. ---->>>

There is an Islamic population in France, most of which comes from the North African countries. ---->>>

What's surprising is that the people who fought against torture here are the communists. ---->>>

There was no reason to label us as anti-Semitic. ---->>>

When two drivers curse each other on the road, and one of them happens to be a Jew, you can't define that as anti-Semitism. ---->>>

The government would have preferred not to take a stand, but the constant presence of the Israeli-Arab conflict on our television screens made it an issue that could no longer be avoided. ---->>>

As for me, even though I have been accused of anti-Semitism countless times, no one has ever heard me make anti-Semitic statements or engage in anti-Semitic behavior. ---->>>

France was an occupied country, a country that surrendered and was left without the right to choose. ---->>>

The Second World War claimed tens of millions of victims. ---->>>

There wasn't anti-Semitism in France. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: French
Born: 06-20, 1928
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Occupation: Politician

Jean-Marie Le Pen (French pronunciation: ​[ʒɑ̃ ma.ʁi lə.pɛn]; born 20 June 1928) is a French politician who led the National Front party from its foundation in 1972 until 2011, and a member of the Le Pen political family. His progression in the late 1980s is known as the "Lepénisation des esprits" or "Le Pen-isation" of spirits due to its noticeable effect on mainstream political opinion (wikipedia)