France - Antisemitic writings slipped into dozens of mailboxes in Romainville

Romainville, Paris
- Antisemitic writings or writings aimed at political representatives were pushed into several dozen mailboxes of pavilions in Romainville (Paris) on Saturday, reports the France Blue. The National Bureau of Vigilance Against Antisemitism (BNVCA) has filed a complaint.

It was a resident of the city who alerted the BNVCA on Saturday after finding newspaper pages with the antisemitic inscriptions in his mailbox, such as “Bastard Jewish bankers - Jewish Power, Global Threat” "Jewish racketeering since 1945" ("Banquiers Juifs Ripoux - pouvoir juif, menace planétaire" "Le racket juif depuis 1945"). These antisemitic pamphlets were plac

ed in the mailboxes of at least fifty pavilions in the rue du Capitaine Guynemer and avenue du Colonel Fabien in Romainville.

These newspaper clippings also contain references to anti-Freemasonry or targeting political representatives, such as the right-wing candidates for the next presidential election, Valérie Pécresse, Xavier Bertrand and Michel Barnier, or the former interior minister and former mayor of Lyon, Gerard Collomb.