What a great way to lose Jewish customers! Poor delusional fool!
I guess Galliano is unaware that Hitler was gassing homosexuals as well. We shall see what will be the reaction of FTV (Fashion TV) founder and president, Michel Adam Lisowski, who happens to be Jewish.
Updates: February 22 and July 16, 2012
It appears Michel Adam Lisowski is indifferent to Galliano’s Jew-hatred, as Lisowski continues to broadcast Galliano’s fashion shows on FTV. The Dior house rehired Galliano shortly after he apologised for his hateful comments. Apology not accepted! His feelings certainly have not changed, it was probably just his pockets longing for the euros he wasn’t earning. That is surely what prompted him to eat his words.
The only other alternative is to BOYCOTT Galliano and Dior.
(Video) After making anti-Semitic insults last week, fashion designer caught on video saying to woman ‘Your mothers, forefathers, would be gassed and dead today’. Natalie Portman condemns remarks.
VIDEO – Fashion designer John Galliano appeared Monday at a Paris police station to face accusations that he made illegal anti-Semitic slurs, his defense lawyer said, as a new video emerged of Galliano praising Adolf Hitler.
At one point in the video, starting in mid-conversation, a woman’s voice asks Galliano, “Are you blond, with blue eyes?”
Galliano, speaking in slurred speech, replied: “No, but I love Hitler, and people like you would be dead today. Your mothers, your forefathers, would be … gassed and … dead.”
It was unclear when the video was recorded, but in it, the designer was dressed differently than he was on Thursday, when he made an anti-Semitic insult at a Paris café.
The famed Gilbraltar-born designer was at the station to face off with a couple that has accused him of making an anti-Semitic insult during a spat Thursday at a trendy Paris cafe while he sat alone sipping a mojito.
French officials said a hospital test found that Galliano had 1.1 milligrams of alcohol per liter of blood — more than twice the legal limit to drive in France — after the incident.
Christian Dior has suspended Galliano, its creative director, pending an investigation, citing its “zero-tolerance” policy on anti-Semitism. The fashion house is scheduled to present its fall-winter 2011-2012 ready-to-wear show on Friday as part of Paris fashion week.
In the wake of media reports on the incident, another woman came forward Saturday to police accusing Galliano of similar anti-Semitic insults at her in October at the same restaurant — La Perle, in the Marais district.
Portman ‘shocked, disgusted’
Designer dismissed after making anti-Semitic remarks at Paris bar; Dior chief: Galliano’s comments contradict values defended by Christian Dior.”
Dior said it decided to start procedures to fire Galliano after seeing a video clip that purportedly shows the designer shouting abuse at people in a Paris bar.