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.
On Monday, a video posted on the Web site of British daily The Sun showed Galliano arguing with a couple at La Perle, a restaurant in the Marais district.
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."
The newspaper said neither of the people speaking with Galliano were Jewish.
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.
The designer's lawyer, Stephane Zerbib, stuck to his comments to Associated Press Television News on Friday that Galliano "never made an anti-Semitic remark in more than 10 years at Dior."
Zerbib said then the designer has denied the couple's accusations, and has filed a countersuit against them for alleged defamation, threats and insults.
Portman 'shocked, disgusted'
Meanwhile, Hollywood actress and recent Oscar winner Natalie Portman condemned Galliano for his remarks. Portman, who has an endorsement contract with Dior where Galliano serves as chief designer, said Monday she was "deeply shocked and disgusted" by the video.
"In light of this video, and as an individual who is proud to be Jewish, I will not be associated with Mr. Galliano in any way. I hope at the very least, these terrible comments remind us to reflect and act upon combating these still-existing prejudices that are the opposite of all that is beautiful,” she said in a statement.
The actress was reportedly slated to wear a Dior gown to the Academy Awards Ceremony but ended up opting for a Rodarte design.