Feb 28, 2011

Disgusting Disgrace

The repulsive anti-Semitic remarks made by John Galliano have finally surfaced. The disgraced Dior designer was suspended by the fashion house on Friday following his overnight arrest on charges of making anti-Semitic and racial remarks in a Paris cafe.

The Sun obtained an undated of Galliano, 50, in the same Paris cafe, but not on the same evening of his arrest, spewing hate messages to fellow diners. In the video, Galliano says, "I love Hitler. People like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers, would all be f*cking gassed." During Thursday night's incident, Galliano is said to have assaulted a woman, pulled her hair and told her she had "a dirty Jew face."

Dior should be commended for ridding itself of this disgraceful excuse for a man. Many companies stand by their employees, especially when they are as high profile as Galliano, but Dior wisely suspended him before the video was released. Dior has my support going forward, but I will never be able to say the same for Galliano.

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