For the connoisseurs of French cuisine, the word ‘Quenelle’ is known.
It is a dish made from minced fish, chicken or meat cooked in water in the form of an oval dumpling.
In fact, the French word derived from the (German) word dumplings.
This article is not about the ‘haute cuisine’ but the explanation why the word ‘Quenelle’ has got a different meaning in France.
It is the expression for ‘f**k you’ or ‘Stick it in your ass’.
Sounds vulgar but is meant as an expression of protest against the elite.
There is also a hand sign and this could become a worldwide symbol of the uprising.
The Quenelle is shown in which you stretch your arm straight down indicating with the other one as the measure of the length.
The higher the hand, the longer the measure, the stronger is the symbolic expression of protest.
This new meaning has invented the popular French comedian originally from Cameroon Donne Dieudonné or ‘Dieudo’ as he is known in France.
Meanwhile, the character has become very popular with the French, and is exploited ubiquitously is used for ‘f**k the system’, ‘the state can kiss my ass’ or ‘plug it in your ass, Mr. President’.
The symbolism has become so popular, the French regime of Hollande is panicking and has taken measures to suppress the symbolism and even prohibit.
The gesture is treated in their eyes as the Hitler salute.
Nevertheless, it is shown at every opportunity.
For example, when the French interior minister and upper Zionist Manuel Valls allowed to take a picture with a group of young people.
Unbeknownst to him, the teenagers showed the Quenelle and so what they think of him.
It has become a sport in France, to approach known politicians to stand next to them, show the Quenelle and to be photographed.
Especially the young French show the quenelle at every opportunity, especially when they are photographed next to the officials of the dictatorship.
The photos will then land on the Internet as an expression of protest.
We know that France is under the total control of the global financial elite and the population is completely robbed of them.
The Quenelle is mainly directed against the Globalized Banking Industrial Complex.
Therefore, the organization against racism and anti-Semitism has described the Quenelle as ‘reverse Nazi greeting’.
Really, they did.
Therefore clearly has crooked-laughed the whole French Internet community.
The regime is not amused and reacted with paranoia, as you would expect from a dictator like Stalin.
They have started a witch hunt and search for hidden ‘quenelles’ everywhere.
If the gesture is detected, especially among civil servants, police or military, then they will be punished.
Of course, this persecution has triggered a flood of photos on the Internet with people showing the Quenelle as resistance to the regime.
‘Dieudo‘, the inventor of the quenelles, was of course banned from all public appearances on French television and is heavily censored, pelted with mud and slandered.
But his stage performances as a comedian are more popular than ever and he has invited uniformed official in his theatre in Paris, so they perform with him together the quenelle.
The photos are published On his website.
We’re now in a frustrating situation, how can we make a ‘regime change in this so-called democracy (laughing), which is completely corrupted, controlled and paid by the moneyed elite and the corporations ?
The ‘Classe politique’ for long not represents our interests.
Millions of people in all Western industrialized countries are totally disgusted with the encrusted power structure because they see no realistic way to change something.
It remains only scorn and derision left.
The only ones who are still ‘listening’ (laughing) are the SS, the Secret Services by their mass spying and eavesdropping of all our communications.
Hello slouch hats read along now:
What are you !
Sausages with small cocks !
Shame on you, you traitors to humanity.
How can you have such a crap job ?
We make a quenelle action.
Send me your resistance sign as you take pictures next to any representative of the regime or before its institutions.
Maybe we should take this new protest gesture outside France, because somehow we have to express the resistance of public and ourselves recognize mutually.