Galliano's Anti-Semitic Issues Get Him Dismissed from Dior
First, there was an accusation from an incident last Thursday, the 24th of February.
Then there was a video from a cell phone (what else!).
THEN another woman came forward saying that there was a similar incident in October 2010.
John Galliano has been labeled an anti-semitic racist by The Sun, who first brought us the video of a drunken Galliano spouting racial slurs in a Parisian bar. Mr. Galliano was sitting at a table drinking alone when a small group of people sat down beside him. As he began to get riled up, a friend of the women speaking to Galliano whips out his cell phone, and without Mr.Galliano’s permission, films him.
What’s sad is that Mr. Galliano has been with House of Dior for fifteen years and he has now lost his position as creative director. When he was arrested last Thursday after yelling anti-semitic insults at a Jewish woman and her Asian boyfriend, he was suspended by Christian Dior. Shortly thereafter, the video surfaced. At that point, the House of Dior saw fit to let Mr.Galliano go. Since then, yet another woman has come forward stating that Mr. Galliano made anti-semitic remarks to her in the same bar back in October 2010.
Mr. Galliano has worked with celebrities and models of all different backgrounds and is himself a homosexual, but then he says he is aligned with Hitler, which, well, it doesn’t make any sense, to say the least! Poor Natalie Portman, an actress proud to be Jewish, is the face of Miss Dior Cherie, their perfume, but has now publicly denounced Galliano. Good thing Dior is sacking him; that would have been awkward later!
What I find strange is that, when you watch the video it just abruptly starts filming (you actually see the table top before the video rights itself) right as Galliano starts his slurring anti-semitic comments. It does not appear that the camera was running prior to that. Staged? Something to think about. Perhaps he didn’t know he was being filmed and was egged into making the comments?Continued on the next page