lundi 30 novembre 2015

Caricature Kobe Bryant se retire

Caricature de DAVE GRANLUND, POLITICALCARTOONS.COM

Caricature terrorisme intérieur

Caricature de PAT BAGLEY, SALT LAKE TRIBUNE 

 On en sait encore trop peu sur les motivations du tueur qui a ouvert le feu sur une clinique de "Planned parenthood", mais Bagley n'hésite pas à associer Richard Lewis Dear à la droite conservatrice...

Chronique à "Radio-Canada cet après-midi": COP21, attaque contre "Planned Parenthood" et question raciale

La chronique débute à 17h48 sur l'audio fil du 30 novembre: http://ici.radio-canada.ca/emissions/radio-canada_cet_apres-midi/2015-2016/index.asp

Caricature COP21

Caricature de JOE HELLER, GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE

Caricature toute la vérité, rien que la vérité et... Donald Trump!

Caricature de JOE HELLER, GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE

dimanche 29 novembre 2015

La population mexicaine en déclin aux États-Unis


Il y a peut-être ici de quoi rassurer Donald Trump et ses partisans. Il y a actuellement plus de Mexicains qui quittent les États-Unis qu'il y en a qui entrent. Encore une fois un beau topo sur le site du PEW Research Center.

 "Mexican immigrants have been at the center of one of the largest mass migrations in modern history. Between 1965 and 2015 more than 16 million Mexican immigrants migrated to the United States – more than from any other country (Pew Research Center, 2015). In 1970, fewer than 1 million Mexican immigrants lived in the U.S. By 2000, that number had grown to 9.4 million, and by 2007 it reached a peak at 12.8 million. Since then, the Mexican-born population has declined, falling to 11.7 million in 2014, as the number of new arrivals to the U.S. from Mexico declined significantly (Passel et al., 2012); meanwhile the reverse flow to Mexico from the U.S. is now higher."

  http://www.pewhispanic.org/2015/11/19/more-mexicans-leaving-than-coming-to-the-u-s/

George W. Bush et sa contribution à la lutte contre les changements climatiques


Vous avez bien lu, les auteurs de cet article sur le site de POLITICO attribuent une part de mérite à l'ancien président américain dans la lutte contre les changements climatiques. Si un accord à Pris est possible, ils considèrent tous les deux qu'une ouverture de la part de W. avant son départ de la Maison Blanche a contribué à rendre la signature possible. Vous vous souvenez du "Plan de Bali"?

 "Yet what emerged from all that chaos stands today as perhaps the most important breakthrough in more than 20 years of international global warming talks. For the first time ever, countries of all shapes, sizes and economic means pledged to pony up commitments to address global warming. The agreement came with a very wonky sounding name — the Bali Action Plan — and it provided only a very rough outline of where future negotiations would need to go. But what the Bush administration helped create in Bali stands to this day because it eliminated perhaps the biggest political albatross blocking major action in the United States and around the world on international climate policy: Finally, fast-growing developing countries like China, Brazil, India and South Africa were on record saying they would submit cleanup plans of their own.

That small flame lit in Bali has several times been nearly extinguished. Outsized expectations surrounding Obama — fueled by his own Nobel award less than a year into his first term — nearly capsized the entire U.N. process when the president and more than 100 other world leaders traveled to Copenhagen in 2009 aiming to wrap up a major new agreement. They swung and missed in Denmark, and it took two more years before negotiators could get the original Bali game plan back on track during another climate conference in Durban, South Africa."

http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/paris-climate-talks-george-w-bush-216214

Caricature Obama défend la Turquie

Caricature de GARY MCCOY, CAGLE CARTOONS

Anonymous et la guerre à l'État islamique: quelle stratégie?


Après les attaques de Paris le groupe Anonymous a déclaré la guerre à l'État islamique. Le Washington Post rapporte ce matin des propos de Gregg Housh, un des rares membres de l'organisation dont on connaît l'identité.

 "Everyone loves to say “hacking,” but what Anonymous is doing is just tons of research, identifying and monitoring everything out there that ISIS might use to communicate and recruit, and trying to get those channels shut down, be it Twitter accounts, Facebook pages, telegram channels. They’re just trying to shut down their ability to talk to the public. I think it’s had a decent effect.

One of the things I like about this is anyone can take part. You don’t really have to have any hacking skills, and you don’t have to break the law to do something here. Just find ISIS talking online and then tell someone about it. And the best part about it is ISIS is trying to have a good social presence and trying to recruit, so it’s not like they’re hiding."

 https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2015/11/28/how-will-anonymous-wage-war-on-the-islamic-state-one-of-its-own-tells-us/?tid=pm_politics_pop_b

Tuerie au Colorado: les candidats républicains étrangement silencieux


Si le Président Obama et les candidats démocrates à l'investiture se sont manifestés rapidement après la dernière tuerie, on ne peut en dire autant des candidats républicains. Le tueur a ciblé l'organisation Planned Parenthood, une organisation dénoncée par tous les candidats. Se pourrait-il qu'on mêle ici deux sujets sensibles pour les membres du GOP? Se prononcer sur une nouvelle tuerie implique d'aborder une fois de plus la question du contrôle des armes à feu alors que Planned Parenthood, qui est favorable à l'avortement, était au coeur des débats entourant le dernier budget fédéral puisque l'organisation est partiellement financée par des fonds gouvernementaux. Tous les candidats républicains dans la course cette année se sont opposés à une nouvelle réglementation sur les armes et/ou ils se sont tous opposés au financement de Planned Parenthood. Je précise cependant qu'on en sait encore peu sur les motivations du tueur...

 "Not until much more is known about alleged gunman Robert Lewis Dear Jr. and his precise motivations will the political implications of his actions become clear. It was suspected, according to a law enforcement official, that heated rhetoric surrounding the issue of abortion influenced Dear’s actions.

The setting he chose was one that has developed particular resonance this election cycle, after an antiabortion group released a series of secretly filmed videos in which Planned Parenthood officials discuss the techniques and financial aspects of harvesting fetal tissue samples for scientific research."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/gop-contenders-nearly-silent-on-colorado-springs-shootings/2015/11/28/6a2ee8ea-95fd-11e5-a2d6-f57908580b1f_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_reaction553pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

Caricature France et coalition contre l'État islamique: trop grande la coalition?

Caricature de TOM JANSSEN, THE NETHERLANDS

samedi 28 novembre 2015

Caricature Turquie et lutte contre l'État islamique...

Caricature de TOM JANSSEN, THE NETHERLANDS

Caricature Hillary Clinton domptera Wall Street

Caricature de JIMMY MARGULIES, POLITICALCARTOONS.COM

"Assez c'est assez": Obama réagit à la tuerie au Colorado


Un autre incident, une autre déclaration du Président Obama... Et on craint surtout les réfugiés? Je sais, ce sont deux dossiers distincts, mais on semble prêt à tout pour freiner l'arrivée des réfugiés alors qu'on ne change rien pour la gestion des armes et que la violence armée sévit toujours.

 "The last thing Americans should have to do, over the holidays or any day, is comfort the families of people killed by gun violence -- people who woke up in the morning and bid their loved ones goodbye with no idea it would be for the last time. And yet, two days after Thanksgiving, that’s what we are forced to do again."

His statement noted many details of Friday's attack in Colorado Springs, which left three dead and nine injured, were still unknown, including the shooter's motive.

"What we do know is that he killed a cop in the line of duty, along with two of the citizens that police officer was trying to protect. We know that law enforcement saved lives, as so many of them do every day, all across America. And we know that more Americans and their families had fear forced upon them."

http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/barack-obama-statement-mass-shootings-216231

Caricature la peur....

Caricature de TOM JANSSEN, THE NETHERLANDS

Caricature Conférence de Paris 2015: changement de climat

Caricature de PATRICK CHAPPATTE, THE INTERNATIONAL NEW YORK TIMES

Caricature le Père Noël est-il un réfugié?

Caricature de JIMMY MARGULIES, POLITICALCARTOONS.COM

Caricature Trump et ses partisans

Caricature de TAYLOR JONES, EL NUEVO DIA, PUERTO RICO

Caricature guerre à l'État islamique: solide la coalition?

Caricature de PAT BAGLEY, SALT LAKE TRIBUNE

jeudi 26 novembre 2015

Caricature Black friday: êtes-vous prêts?

Caricature de BILL DAY, CAGLE CARTOONS

Trump se moque du handicap d'un journaliste du New York Times: toujours la même recette


Pendant ma dernière chronique à Radio-Canada j'expliquais la "recette" de Donald Trump et je décortiquais la séquence. Il fait ou dit une énormité, il s'assure ainsi d'une bonne couverture médiatique, puis lorsqu'on s'indigne il attaque la presse trop partisane selon lui. S'il n'attaque pas les médias libéraux, il prétend plutôt qu'on le cite mal ou hors contexte. Au besoin, il modifie sa version pour en atténuer la portée. Et ensuite... Il recommence. Sa dernière provocation visait un journaliste du New York Times qui remettait en question l'affirmation de Trump selon laquelle il aurait vu des milliers de Musulmans crier leur joie après les attaques du 11 septembre 2001. Pour ridiculiser le journaliste il a mimé les gestes. La direction du New York Times s'est indignée de ce comportement.

 "Trump went on, “Now the poor guy — you ought to see the guy: ‘Uhh I don’t know what I said. I don’t remember.’ He’s going, ‘I don’t remember. Maybe that’s what I said.’” As he spoke, Trump launched into an impression which involved gyrating his arms wildly and imitating the unusual angle at which Kovaleski’s hand sometimes rests.

“We think it's outrageous that he would ridicule the appearance of one of our reporters,” said a spokeswoman for the Times. The article cited by Trump was written by Kovaleski when he worked for The Washington Post and stated that in the aftermath of Sept. 11, “Law enforcement authorities detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops while they watched the devastation on the other side of the river.”

http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/donald-trump-mocks-new-york-times-reporter-serge-kovaleski-216219

Premières Nations et éducation: un échec américain


Parfois on investit des sommes importantes, mais on les gère mal... Une gestion désastreuse, un problème persistant et des solutions dont on débat toujours.

 “Frankly, we spend an enormous amount per student relative to other school systems for terrible results,” Cecilia Muñoz, director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, said.

A year ago, Obama decided to finally tackle the problem, a decision he pushed his team to make after an emotional visit to a Sioux reservation in the Dakotas. He told his Cabinet to “establish a pathway that leads to change” and that he would hold them accountable. His Interior Department has proposed a sweeping plan to allow more tribal control over the schools and rework the Bureau of Indian Education into a streamlined, modern school system — preferably before the end of Obama's term. But resistance, both within the agency and on the reservations, is high. Critics say the changes are rushed and poorly communicated. They warn that paring back the federal government’s role will only make it easier to under-invest in schools that, by almost any measure, need money and resources the most.

When all the Washington fighting is over, it’s possible, those critics say, that some of the worst schools in America will get even worse."

  http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/how-washington-created-the-worst-schools-in-america-215774

Cecil Rhodes et Woodrow Wilson: même combat


Je mentionnais dans une autre entrée plus tôt cette semaine que des étudiants avaient manifesté à l'Université Princeton pour qu'on dénonce le racisme de Woodrow Wilson, l'ancien président de l'institution et ancien président des États-Unis. Déboulonner le mythe d'un héros de l'Institution n'est pas une mince affaire, mais cet éclairage particulier de son passé est nécessaire. Les étudiants noirs de Princeton vont dans la même direction que des étudiants de Cape Town en Afrique du Sud qui exigent pour leur part qu'on déloge la statue de Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes était un ardent défenseur de l'impérialisme britannique et il a joué un rôle majeur dans le développement de la Colonie du Cap. On le connaît également pour la prestigieuse bourse qui porte son nom et qui récompense l'excellence académique (Université d'Oxford). Rhodes insistait pour la séparation des noirs et des blancs et ses positions étaient claires:

 “At any rate, if the whites maintain their position as the supreme race, the day may come when we shall all be thankful that we have the natives in their proper place.”

  https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-partisan/wp/2015/11/25/woodrow-wilson-and-cecil-rhodes-must-fall/?hpid=hp_no-name_opinion-card-f%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

Caricature frontières: un concept à définir...

Caricature de GATIS SLUKA, LATVIJAS AVIZE

Caricature Donald Trump et le 11 septembre 2001

Caricature deJIMMY MARGULIES, POLITICALCARTOONS.COM

mercredi 25 novembre 2015

Caricature Obama et l'intervention en Syrie: des doutes...

Caricature de PARESH NATH, THE KHALEEJ TIMES, UAE

Caricature espace Schengen

Caricature de PARESH NATH, THE KHALEEJ TIMES, UAE

Donald Trump, le David contre le Goliath de la presse libérale!!


Toujours le même cycle... Après avoir lancé une énormité Trump s'attaque aux médias.

 "Once again: the details don’t matter in the least. In fact, getting tangled up in the details is itself a sign of weakness. That’s what the press wants Trump to do. The media Lilliputians want to use their phony “facts” as so many ropes to tie down this Gulliver-like truth-telling giant and prevent him from making America great again. The national media is complicit in American decline, so of course they will do all they can to suppress Trump’s grand truths about what is causing that decline.

How much longer can this last? Karen Tumulty offers an answer: At this point, it may be that only GOP primary voters can settle that question."

https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/plum-line/wp/2015/11/25/morning-plum-the-liberal-media-plot-to-keep-donald-trump-down/?hpid=hp_no-name_opinion-card-c%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

Stephen Colbert et NostraDonald!!!

mardi 24 novembre 2015

Caricature réfugiés en Amérique

Caricature de MILT PRIGGEE, WWW.MILTPRIGGEE.COM

Caricature religion dans le monde...

Caricature de DAVID FITZSIMMONS, THE ARIZONA STAR

Caricature Trumpsgiving

Caricature de DAVID FITZSIMMONS, THE ARIZONA STAR

Caricature dépression et sensibilisation

Caricature de NATE BEELER, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH

Chronique à "Radio-Canada cet après-midi": Obama rencontre Hollande et les mensonges de Trump


La chronique débute à 17h49 sur l'audio fil du 24 novembre:
  http://ici.radio-canada.ca/emissions/radio-canada_cet_apres-midi/2015-2016/index.asp

Caricature candidats républicains et colistier

Caricature de MIKE KEEFE, CAGLE CARTOONS

Caricature Statue de la Liberté congédiée

Caricature d'ADAM ZYGLIS, THE BUFFALO NEWS

Caricature réfugiés et hystérie

Caricature de JOE HELLER, GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE 

 Belle récupération du "Cri" de Munch

Caricature Paris et les séquelles

Caricature de PATRICK CHAPPATTE, THE INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE

James Taylor interprète "La Maseillaise"



Taylor était de passage au Late show de Stephen Colbert

lundi 23 novembre 2015

Ahmed Mohamed le "clock kid" veut 15 millions de dollars


Vous souvenez probablement de cette histoire controversée d'un jeune musulman américain qui avait été détenu après avoir apporté à son école une horloge artisanale. Une professeure et la direction avaient confondu l'objet avec une bombe. On apprenait aujourd'hui que le jeune Ahmed, 14 ans, poursuit son ancienne école et la ville (école MacArthur à Irving, Texas). Victimes de harcèlement, sa famille et lui vivent aujourd'hui au Qatar.

 "Mohamed was vaulted into the international spotlight in mid-September after he was arrested and allegedly interrogated by police for bringing a homemade clock to school that some felt looked like a bomb. The incident sparked a top-trending hashtag “#IStandWithAhmed“ and even prompted internship offers from Facebook and Google and a personal invitation to the White House from President Barack Obama.%% Mohamed’s family has since moved to Qatar, where he was offered a chance to study at one of the county’s elite prep schools.

“Qatar is nice, but it is not Texas. That is their attitude toward this,” Mohamed’s lawyer kelly Hollingsworth told The Washington Post. “They are citizens of Irving, Texas, USA, first. Are they devout people devoted to their faith? Absolutely. But they are Texans, too, and they want to come home. What we are seeking is for them to be able to do that with their heads held high.”

http://www.gettyimages.ca/detail/news-photo/ahmed-mohamed-a-14-year-old-high-school-student-who-was-news-photo/493420464?et=m7_MQPg_RNp9rs1J219Nog&referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fnational.suntimes.com%2Fnational-world-news%2F7%2F72%2F2174614%2Fahmed-mohamed-wants-15-million-written-apologies%2F

Donald Trump constant dans le mensonge...


J'affirmais un peu plus tôt aujourd'hui dans une autre entrée que j'avais un peu perdu le compte des énormités mensongères du candidat le plus populaire chez les républicains. Je viens tout juste de lire cet article de Daniel W. Drezner sur le site du Washington Post. L'auteur s'intéresse justement à la collection de mensonges de Trump et à la stratégie derrière la propagation rapide de ses "infos".

 "Now we’re at the point in this campaign when Trump’s defense for this — and those of his supporters — will be predictable. Trump was just RTing someone else’s lie, so it’s not really his fault. Trump’s MO on this ever since he’s become a candidate has been a simple five-step plan:

Say/tweet/retweet outrageous thing;
Dominate the next news cycle;
Bully the media that focus on the outrageous statement;
Backtrack/claim misinterpretation;
Sustain polling advantage.

  https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/11/23/donald-trump-is-constantly-lying/?hpid=hp_no-name_opinion-card-d%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

Caricature Black friday: pas pour moi...

Caricature de DAVE GRANLUND, POLITICALCARTOONS.COM

John Oliver et les réfugiés syriens aux États-Unis: pensons aux Puritains...

Caricature "Make America hate again"

Caricature de J.D. CROWE, MOBILE REGISTER


 Belle récupération par Crowe du slogan de campagne de Donald Trump. Plus adapté à ses derniers propos qui ont des relents islamophobes.

Caricature cibler le terrorisme: pas une mince tâche...

Caricature d'ANGEL BOLIGAN, EL UNIVERSAL, MEXICO CITY, WWW.CAGLECARTOONS.COM

Etre anti-musulman c'est être anti-américain

Photographie de mai 2015 en Arizona 
(http://en.trend.az/world/other/2400543.html) 

 J'expliquais justement à mes étudiants que les propos et manifestations des derniers mois et surtout des derniers jours allaient à l'encontre des valeurs américaines. La peur et la menace, réelles ou présumées, font parfois oublier les idéaux qui ont présidé à la naissance des États-Unis. J'aime bien ce petit texte de Charles M. Blow dans le New York Times de ce matin.

 "Indeed, this is the problem with reckless, racist rhetoric: Each utterance tosses one more log onto the bonfire that can burn out a space for the unimaginable.

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. warned in his 1967 “The Other America” speech: “Racism is evil because its ultimate logic is genocide.” As King put it:

“If one says that I am not good enough to live next door to him; if one says that I am not good enough to eat at a lunch counter, or to have a good, decent job, or to go to school with him merely because of my race, he is saying consciously or unconsciously that I do not deserve to exist.”

Whereas these candidates may not be conscious of this “ultimate logic” or in any way approve of it, it doesn’t make their language any less dangerous when it lands on the ears of the minorities on the margins, or those looking for a reason to gussy up their wrongheadedness with righteousness."

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/23/opinion/anti-muslim-is-anti-american.html?ref=opinion

John Oliver et l'inutilité du sou noir



 Assez pour accélérer la réflexion de nos voisins du sud?

Woodrow Wilson et l'héritage de Princeton: retour sur la question raciale


L'histoire permet d'aborder des sujets et/ ou des personnages avec une certaine perspective, avec du recul. S'il ne fait aucun doute que le Président Wilson a marqué son époque et l'histoire américaine, il ne faudrait pas oublier que lors de son passage à Princeton comme président, il a largement contribué à la réputation d'excellence de la célèbre institution. Cet article du New York Times met cependant en évidence ses positions sur la question raciale. Wilson n'est pas que cette figure marquante du début du vingtième siècle, il est aussi un homme de "son temps", un homme originaire du Sud. Un regroupement d'étudiants noirs sur le campus souhaite qu'on fasse la lumière sur un aspect moins glorieux de la pensée de Wilson. Ils insistent pour affirmer qu'ils ne souhaitent pas effacer Wilson des mémoires, mais plutôt le caractère presque "divin" de son influence à Princeton.

 "Perhaps best known for leading the United States during World War I and for trying to start the League of Nations, Wilson as president rolled back gains blacks had made since Reconstruction, removing black officials from the federal government and overseeing the segregation of rank-and-file workers.

Raised in the South, he wrote of “a great Ku Klux Klan” that rose up to rid whites of “the intolerable burden of governments sustained by the votes of ignorant Negroes.”

During Wilson’s tenure as president of Princeton, no blacks were admitted — “The whole temper and tradition of the place are such that no Negro has ever applied,” he wrote — though Harvard and Yale had admitted blacks decades earlier. Princeton admitted its first black student in the 1940s."

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/23/nyregion/at-princeton-addressing-a-racist-legacy-and-seeking-to-remove-woodrow-wilsons-name.html?ref=us

Caricature Musulmans en France

Caricature d'OSAMA HAJJAJ, JORDAN

Caricature Statue de l'insécurité

Caricature de TAYLOR JONES, EL NUEVO DIA, PUERTO RICO 

 Ils sont combien actuellement à exploiter les peurs et les craintes. La menace du terrorisme est toujours un test important pour les valeurs occidentales.

Trump et la "tentation fasciste"


Les historiens n'utilisent jamais les références à Hitler à la légère, mais il est difficile d'éviter le sujet dans le contexte actuel. Lorsque je les interroge sur la définition de l'histoire (ou son rôle), mes étudiants me répondent souvent qu'on peut tirer des leçons du passé. Je leur dis alors que ce n'est pas souvent le cas... Je ne croyais pas avoir un jour à comparer un politicien occidental contemporain avec le régime fasciste de l'Allemagne avant la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale.

 "Today, Republicans and neocons like to invoke the Nazis when discussing Islamic extremism, yet, as the past week has illustrated, these same politicians are the ones who most resemble their fascist forefathers. In July, I wrote about the worrisome parallels between Trump’s rhetoric and that of fascism, and what it says about the modern Republican party. The likeness has become even more disturbing after the terrorist attacks in Paris. Trump has always had the strong man attitude of a fascist. As Benito Mussolini used to brag about making the trains run on time, Trump has more or less ran a campaign on promises about how he will single handedly (with an iron fist?) make America great again and stop losing to China and Mexico and Iran and any foreigners that dare get the upper hand on The Donald.

The racism and nativism of the Trump campaign (and his competition) is even more disquieting. His anti-Mexican rhetoric has been a cornerstone of his campaign, and now, after the Paris attacks and with the Syrian refugee crisis, anti-Muslim rhetoric has taken hold. His affirmative response to a reporter asking whether he would implement a database tracking Muslims (which he has since attempted to backtrack after the horrified reaction) was terrifying, as if Trump was concerned about being out-Trumped by his competition. “There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases,” said Trump, “We should have a lot of systems.” When asked about how a Muslim database would be different from requiring Jews to register in Nazi Germany, he replied, “You tell me,” while explaining how he would make this all happen as president: “It’s all about management” (Thats what got the trains running on time, after all)."

http://www.salon.com/2015/11/23/the_poisonous_fear_of_donald_trump_a_recent_history_of_the_most_politically_destructive_emotion/

Trump et les réjouissances musulmanes après le 11 septembre 2001


J'avoue bien modestement que je croyais que Donald Trump ne serait qu'une petite distraction dans le processus visant à choisir un candidat à la présidence chez les républicains. Malgré son manque de respect, ses déclarations farfelues et/ou dangereuses, il semble impossible à déloger comme meneur. Combien de ses déclarations sont mensongères? J'ai perdu le compte, mais il en a ajouté une autre pendant la dernière fin de semaine. Il aurait vu des milliers de Musulmans se réjouir et faire la fête après les attentats du 11 septembre 2001. Des scènes que personne d'autre n'a été en mesure de confirmer... Il ment, provoque et propose des réactions dignes de l'Allemagne nazie? Peu importe pour certains électeurs.

 "Trump says that he saw this with his own eyes on television and that it was well covered. But an extensive examination of news clips from that period turns up nothing. There were some reports of celebrations overseas, in Muslim countries, but nothing that we can find involving the Arab populations of New Jersey except for unconfirmed reports. (Some conspiracy Web sites cite a column by controversial blogger and commentator Debbie Schlussel, who is highly critical of Muslims, that makes a reference to an MTV broadcast of protests and riots in Paterson, N.J.; this claim has never been authenticated.) As the Newark Star-Ledger put it in an article on Sept. 18, 2001, “rumors of rooftop celebrations of the attack by Muslims here proved unfounded.”"

  https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2015/11/22/donald-trumps-outrageous-claim-that-thousands-of-new-jersey-muslims-celebrated-the-911-attacks/?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_factchecker10p%3Ahomepage%2Fstory