Last month, we reported on a story about Dominique Delawarde, a retired French army general, who was being investigated for “antisemitism” after he questioned who controlled the media in France — and now that question — Qui? — has quickly become a viral dog whistle among protesters for identifying who is behind the fake pandemic and its draconian mandatory vaccination rules:
The burgeoning political movement in France opposed to the COVID-19 vaccine is being flooded with antisemitic propaganda that is, according to one analyst, reminiscent of the campaign to drive Jews out of the medical profession during the Nazi era.
As more than 100,000 people took part in nationwide protests last Saturday denouncing the vaccine as an “act of violence,” several media outlets highlighted the presence of multiple signs displaying the word “Qui?” (“Who?”). The same word is used as the title of a far-right channel on YouTube that carried interviews with demonstrators in Paris last Saturday.
According to the newspaper Libération, the content on the channel is “overflowing with antisemitic cliches,” among them the medieval fabrication that Jews are “poisoning wells,” which dates back to the Black Death of the fourteenth century. The channel has racked up over 10,000 views since being uploaded on Sunday.
The rapid spread of the “Qui?” meme among anti-vaccination activists over the last six weeks followed a June 22 television interview with a retired French army general who embarked on an antisemitic rant that avoided using the word “Jew.” Gen. Dominique Delawarde is now facing criminal charges for his comments in an exchange with the journalist Claude Posternak, in which he said, “You know who controls the media pack in the world and in France. Who controls the Washington Post, the New York Times, BFMTV and all the newspapers.”
Delawarde then added sarcastically: “Who are these people?” Pressed by Posternak as to whom he was referring, Delawarde answered, “This is a community that you know very well.”
The adoption of Delawarde’s “Qui?” remarks about Jews as a campaigning theme by elements of the anti-vaccination movement has overlapped with an increasingly venomous and explicit antisemitism.
On the “Qui?” YouTube channel, a presenter and an anti-vaccination demonstrator discussed the desirability of a genocide targeting Jews. After agreeing with the presenter’s assertion that “they should pack their bags and leave,” the demonstrator expressed her concern that even if Jews were expelled from France, “they would keep us in line from the outside.” She then added that “they have a lot of resentment towards whites, they consider us as beasts … That’s written in the Talmud.” Other antisemitic myths spreading through the movement include the claim that the word “Covid” is Hebrew for “demonic possession.”
Jewish doctors and public health officials have found themselves in the firing line as a result. An investigation by journalist Saïd Mahrane for the magazine Le Point recounted the shocking experiences of several Jewish medical professionals since Delawarde’s TV interview. Repeated antisemitic barbs have been launched against Jérôme Salomon, an infectious diseases specialist who serves as the French director-general for public health, Alain Fischer, a prominent expert on immunology, and Mathias Wargon, an emergency services doctor who is married to government minister Emanuelle Wargon. The attacks on these and other figures who are Jewish, or perceived to be so, followed a pattern established during the Nazi occupation of France, Mahrane explained.
“If it is absurd to compare the fate of the Jews under the occupation to those who refuse the vaccination against Covid, it is possible to see a continuum in the antisemitic remarks targeting Jewish doctors of the 1940s and those made against certain [persons] today,” Mahrane wrote. “The same mechanisms are set in motion (the identification of supposedly Jewish health professionals by the consonance of their name or by their appearance, the highlighting of the title of ‘professor’ or ‘head of department’ to underline a high status, their married life to demonstrate endogamy), and the same suspicions (disloyalty, communitarianism, relationship to money, conflicts of interest, plots).”
It’s just a coincidence that many of the key government authority figures promoting the pandemic — like Jérôme Salomon in France and Rochelle Walensky at the CDC in the U.S. — just so happen to be Jewish.
In fact, so many Jews just so happened to be leaders in developing the COVID vaccines that even the Jewish press felt compelled to acknowledge it — and give a “plausible” explanation as to how such a tiny group of people could coincidentally show up as key figures behind the vaccines.
According to a recent survey, Jews are the most pro-COVID vaccine religious/ethnic group in America — with an estimated 85% vaccination rate — compared to barely 60% of the general public — the government’s claim that 70% of U.S. is vaccinated is demonstrably false.
Given their high vaccination rates, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that over the next 5 years Jews may suffer disproportionately from the deadly and disabling long-term side effects of these vaccines — an issue we warned about last year — clearly the powerful Jews behind the vaccines are willing to sacrifice their own people “for the greater good” — tikkun olam — a worldwide socialist surveillance-police state depopulated down to a “manageable” number of property-less worker drones.
[As an aside, back in February of 2021, less than 2% of the U.S. population had been vaccinated — and at that time Dr. Fauci claimed that once the U.S. achieved 70% vaccination, our lives would be able to go back to normal — well, they claim they reached that goal of 70% and still nothing has changed — because they never intended to give up the power they grabbed under the guise of the “pandemic.”]
In the old days, Jews would stay “behind the curtain‘ — and always make sure to have a “gentile” be a front man for whatever revolutionary or subversive activity they were promoting — such as Woodrow Wilson, FDR, Bill Clinton, or Bill Gates.
But now that they’ve amassed so much power, they feel more comfortable having Jews be the public face of these controversial agendas — but they still get nervous and angry when the public starts to notice all the Jewish names and faces on every channel of their televisions.
Former director of the ADL, Abe Foxman, used to bristle at any suggestion that “the Jews controlled Hollywood” — he preferred that people would instead say, “Jews just so happen to run all the major Hollywood studios” — which he himself was forced to begrudingly admit, “I think Jews are disproportionately represented in the creative industry. They’re disproportionate as lawyers and probably medicine here as well.”
As if they think the goyim are so dumb as to really believe that it’s just “pure luck” that Jews just so happen to be everywhere you look in the media promoting the COVID pandemic agenda, lockdown rules, and deadly vaccines.
If Jews don’t want people snidely asking “Qui?“, then stop being so obvious about what you are up to — don’t get caught wearing the boot that’s stamping on the human face — forever, as George Orwell envisioned it.