March 2, 2011

John Galliano Got The Pink Slip From Dior

If you ever find yourself sitting across the table from John Galliano at a pub, you better go somewhere else before he goes Hitler on you. John Galliano of Dior recently threw some drunken anti-semetic remarks after having a little too much. From the video that The Sun posted, John was caught saying

"But I love Hitler. People like you would be dead. Your mothers, your forefathers, would all be f-ing gassed. You're ugly."


Since there's no other way to twist John Galliano's "Heil Hitler" speech to something less offensive like "But I love fake purses. You're ugly." and The House of Dior doesn't want to be known as The House of Führer, Dior gave John the pink slip after being with Dior for 15 years with the statement

"I condemn most firmly the statements made by John Galliano which are a total contradiction with the essential values that have always been defended by the House of Christian Dior."


Now John has all day douching it up with his swastika collectibles and designing new age Nazi couture uniforms. But I bet if John written his anti-semetic remarks on a blog instead of blurping it in a drunken babble, he will still get annoying bloggers who comment with “nice post, check out my blog!”

63 comments:

  1. AHAHAHA the last line is the best thing i've ever read. because it's true!

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  2. alas, his true colors have shown... can't believe he actually said that though...

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  3. what an ass bag, he deserved to get fired. Natalie Portman is Jewish and she stated that she'd have nothing to do with him. I hope Dior keeps her now that galliano is gone.

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  4. LOL. Oh girl, you crack me up. Man, its always who you least expect! PS check out my blog! hahahahahahah. (kidding).

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  5. Wow what an ass. Geez. Your totally right about your last line tho!!!

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  6. Justyna was too quick, I was going to pull the "check out my blog" line as well! I'm so sad that Galliano is such an epic twat, he's created some beautiful things over the years :(

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  7. Love that last line!

    xoxo ~ Courtney
    http://sartorialsidelines.blogspot.com

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  8. Not only is he an ass for his nazi love, he's a moron for shouting it out in public. He deserves everything that's coming at him.

    K.

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  9. lmfao! haha please check out my blog (IKID,IKID)! <3

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  10. lmao i hate it when people just blog link and spam up the comment system and its really sad he's has such terrible views he's a great designer maybe even one of the best.

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  11. haha 'nice post, check out my blog!' hahaha. that's too funny how you wrote this on the end. I was so much into Dior, so I'm not sure what to think about all this.. it's not that aren't other creative, awesome people out there in the world who could easily trade for mr. galliano.

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  12. Haha.. the last sentence cracked me up... mostly because it's true!

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  13. Ahh I heard about this! I'm glad he got sacked :)

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  14. The last sentence is just brilliant. You know I share with you my hate for that kind of bloggers =)

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  15. This whole story is crazy, very sad really. Can't believe he said that, how quickly a career can be damaged... And last sentence = so true!! hahahaha

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  16. Oh you killed it with the last line! But again is so very true...I must admit I kinda saw the pink slip coming for him...anyways...remember to come check my blog xD! haha

    xx
    Andy

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  17. lol...yeah nice post, check out my blog!
    jk
    what a douche bag.

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  18. hey girl; what a fabulous blog, you do not only post about what is going on in fashion land, you Wright about it, you do not see that a lot. Love it. Love the way you ended your post, will be back girl
    Thank you for visiting my blog and your fabulous comment

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  19. i can't believe him! and love your humorous spin :)

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  20. Nice post, check out my blog!
    LOL too funny if someone posted that after JG's post ...
    This is unbelieveable news .. what a dirtbag! And he was so well respected ... wasn't he?

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  21. What I don't get is the fashion people who've come out defending him and saying that these racist tirades are the result of the stress of the industry, alcohol/substance abuse problems, blah blah blah. Stress and substance abuse my ass. Plenty of people have both of those problems and they don't go on racist rants.

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  22. Hahahaha!!! I loved the last line! Or he would get the "Nice blog, wanna follow each other?"!
    I love the way you write, so humorous and witty. And you're right about Galliano, I don't think he can bounce back after such a speech.
    xxx

    http://stripesandscarlets.blogspot.com/

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  23. LOL, it takes a clever mind to get such a funny post out of this event.


    PS - Sadly, some of those blog comments would be sincere.

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  24. Aww.. I know what he did was wrong and HORRIBLE, but I honestly feel bad for him. He just flushed his career down the toilet. HOPEFULLY, he doesn't really think those things and did it because he was drunk? (I know, I know.. sometimes I like to think the best of people) I wonder if stints like this have been done many times though and he really does love Hitler ..EEEEK! People can be different when they're drunk. Some babble nonsense and some tell what's really on their minds.

    As for the last statement, I hate that. It's basically people trying to get free advertising on your blog. 90% of the time, I add the person if they're a regular visitor but if they're not and they're obviously just trying to get their blog out there, it's beyond annoying.

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  25. Haha! Love that last sentence, it is so true!

    And that really is so unfortunate for Galliano; he's so talented but then again he was always a bit crazy.

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  26. like almost everyone who's commented, I love the last sentence too! :) as for John, what a douche. I'm glad Dior didn't take his crap even if it was Galliano himself.

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  27. Bahaha! You are too funny girl! Wow. I can't believe he said that! What is up with people nowadays getting drunk and going off on racist rants? I guess he's learned his lesson. xoxo

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  28. Galliano is batshit crazy! I don't honestly understand his 'I love Hitler' rant doesn't he come from South London?! xx

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  29. I dunno... to the people defending him, I love Galliano as a designer as much as anyone, the man's a genius, but even if you're drunk/high, you're still not going to say things you haven't thought of in the past. Sure, you might think you see unicorns and that the creepo next to you is your soulmate, but turning racist? I don't think so.

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  30. You are now my hero for that last line...And Galliano...WHY? Inebriation is no excuse and like MizzJ said...it seems to bring out people's real opinions.

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  31. He deserves it!

    ***** Marie *****
    allthingsmarie.com

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  32. I just hope he learned his lesson! tsk tsk tsk

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  33. Ha, House of Fuhrer...well done!
    So, ya. Nice post, check out my blog!
    www.bia-just kidding.
    xo A

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  34. What an arrogant, cruel douchebag. There are more appropriate ways to describe him, but I want to be respectful on your blog. Lol.

    I'm just horrified by his behavoir and I am SO GLAD Dior fired him. And how ironic it came right when Natalie Portman signed with them! Uggggh.

    Oh, and the last sentence you wrote is HILARIOUS! And so, so true. ;)

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  35. I can't believe he said that. I support Natalie P all the way and I'm glad that Doir got rid of him, although he did make some pretty incredible pieces.

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  36. omg!! LOL you're awesome =D

    and right!

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  37. Your last line is priceless! Can't believable said that...I've heard my share of racist drunk harmless comments...but this was brutal!

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  38. you effin know he'd get those comments - 'looking good with that swastika wrapped around your head. follow me and i'll follow you back' UGH!!

    ps-he's a pig.

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  39. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and commenting!! Audrina Patridge always does look impeccable. sighh. Great blog by the way! I am your newest follower, hope you will follow me back!

    -Christine
    http://trendenvy.blogspot.com/

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  40. i still can't believe he said that! haha last sentence=so true

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  41. your blog is really cool!

    sacheebombom.blog.com

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  42. Thanks for your comment. As for john galliano's sentiment. No thank you

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  43. I must admit he really did not think of the consequences about that incident...considering that he should act as a role model to everyone!!!!

    bummer!!!

    Kisses
    Sweet
    PensandLens
    @mistytewest

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  44. It's really sad.. Can't believe it!

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  45. You always manage to crack me up, even when talking about drunken, racist slurs! You're a genius! And I think Mr. Galliano got what he deserved. The sad thing is that I'm sure there are many more like him out there :o/

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  46. Oh how awful!!! What a terrible thing for him to say. Your comments are so funny! love the bit about him having lots of time to polish his swastika memorabilia.

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  47. Nice post! Check out my blog! : )

    xoxo

    Juuuust Kidding lol. I hate those comments!

    So there's a pattern here: it seems like the males that go crazy in Hollywood (Mel Gibson, Charlie Sheen and now John) have drug problems and have to blurt out anti-semetic slurs. Why???

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  48. i was shocked when i first watched this video! i cant believe he would say something like that...especially knowing his position in the fashion industry!

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  49. he totally deserved what happened to him! what an ***

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  50. I'm pretty dissapointed, but I'm curious as to who will take over...Poor John Galliano...The part where he says, "You're ugly." to a girl made me laugh! :D

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  51. omg that last paragraph hahaha! now that i'm over the initial rage, all i can say is good riddance to him!

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    xoxo

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  53. hahahha you are TOO funny! So true re: blog posts.

    what's not so funny is Galliano... ouch... what was he thinking?!

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  54. hahaha you are funny, I love that last sentence it happens a lot on blogs!!
    its sad what he said I feel like its a shame that people still think this way today. Its such an horrible thing to say, when you know how evil the holocaust was :(

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  55. Loool omg ! Last part was hilarious !, agree some people need to get a life ,, and i hate annoying ppl or ppl who makes mean comments ,, like this gay guy -_-i think.

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