The media, with the willful blindness that defines them so well, have decided to applaud L’Oréal’s choice of Amena Khan to celebrate diversity.
They obviously decided to ignore that the young woman is an anti-Semitic of the worst kind.
Unfortunately for Mainstream Media, we write what the press does not want us to write, we denounce what they want to hide, and we say what people do not want us to say.
Thus, L’Oréal Paris decided to broaden its “representation of diversity” in one of its advertisements, using the services of the beautiful British blogger, model and cosmetics designer.
The young woman is followed by more than 390,000 people on her YouTube channel and more than 570,000 on Instagram.
But the beauty is a beast.
The media doesn’t want you to know that the blogger made vile anti-Semitic comments. Her comments come straight out of anti-Semitism 101, according to the 3D* test of the Russian dissident Natan Sharansky, who has become a senior Israeli official.
Here are just a few, from L’Oréal’s veiled new ambassadrice:
L’Oréal’s muse makes accusations that refer to anti-Semitic clichés that we thought belongs to the Second World War.
That’s a big step backwards for the firm whose manager, André Bettencourt, published antisemitic articles in the collaborationist weekly “La Terre française”.
Amena Khan is the first woman in an shampoo advertisement whose anti-Semitism is tolerated because she wears a veil.
* Natan Sharansky explained that to know if a statement is anti-Semitic, you have to pass it thru the 3D test: demonization, double standard, delegitimization. This test, explains Sharansky, detects the “new anti-Semitism”.
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