Nazi and anti-Semitic inscriptions on a sculpture in the cathedral of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges

Swastikas, stars of David and the inscription “Who? Were engraved on the work of Philippe Berry, brother of actor Richard Berry.

On the terrace of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges cathedral, a sculpture has been engraved with Nazi and anti-Semitic inscriptions: swastikas, stars of David as well as the inscription “Qui? », A slogan circulated in anti-Semitic circles and seen in particular during demonstrations against the health pass.

"I strongly condemn this shocking act which uses Nazi symbols that have no place in our democracy," said Georges meric, president of the Departmental Council of Haute-Garonne.

Carole Delga, president of the Occitanie region, also condemned the "degradation of a common cultural asset" and denounced "the resurgence of anti-Semitism in our country, a scourge which calls for a relentless fight by any republican".

The sculpture, entitled "The three beautiful balloons", is the work of Philippe Berry, brother of actor Richard Berry.


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