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Once a superstar in the fashion world, John Galliano is watching his career spiral into a black hole.
This week he was questioned by French police after being accused of hurling racist and antisemitic abuse at a Jewish woman and her Asian boyfriend enjoying a drink at La Perle bar. "Dirty Jewish face, you should be dead,' he allegedly said. And to the boyfriend" 'fucking Asian bastard, I will kill you."
Galliono was immediately suspended as creative director of Christian Dior.
He threatened to sue the couple for slander, but he may be rethinking his claim of innocence. A video of him has surfaced, taken at the same bar, where he tells two bar patrons that he loves Hitler and that their family should be dead by gassing.
Video footage posted on the Sun's website shows Galliano apparently arguing with two women in La Perle. A woman can be heard asking the designer: "Are you blond with blue eyes?" He replies: "No, but I love Hitler and people like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers would all be fucking gassed."
Aside from the horrific racism, Galliano seemed to have conveniently forgotten how a flaboyant, homosexual fashion designer would have been treated under the Third Reich. Clearly he out of control. There are better, more creative designers out there waiting for a chance. Time to remove this hack and let someone with half a brain take over.
First came word that Anonymous, a group of computer hackers, planned to take down the Westboro Baptist Church.
Then Anonymous claimed that it wasn't interested in the WBC, and that the call to attack the church's websites was a hoax.
Then yesterday, Anonymous took down WBC's sites, including GodHatesFags.com. What?
An Anonymous representative said the group decided to attack because of the church's belligerent response to the hoax letter, and some inkling WBC may have even been behind the initial hoax. "We had enough. We responded maturely. We said no, we don't want war," the Anonymous member said.
A note posted by Anonymous on the newly defaced WBC site yesterday morning said that the church's "recent antics to gain media attention," had caused the group to lose patience with the church. "Despite having the capability to hack your sites previously, we chose not to," the note said. Until now, that is.
Shirley Phelps-Roper, a spokeswoman for the church, said that it took Anonymous several days to pull off the stunt. "What they did was break into one server. They tried mightily for four days. They got nothing," Phelps-Roper argued.
The church has since taken its sites offline and are trying to improve security.
Anonymous's final message: “God hates fags: assumption. Anonymous hates leeches: fact.”
Check out the radio debate between the two groups discussing the conflict after the jump.