A French Holocaust Denier and Repeat Offender on Tour To Include France, French Overseas Territories, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Great Britain And Canada
A French antisemitic showman, who has been sentenced numerous times for antisemitism, is currently promoting a series of upcoming performances. He is scheduled to perform in Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, and Great Britain. Overseas, he will perform in the French-speaking Overseas departments and regions of France, and also in Quebec, Canada. The full report provides details.
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