HA HA LOL! :) the anti Semitic thing is crap, please translate as anti-Jew!
A Semite is a member of any of various ancient and modern Semitic-speaking peoples originating in the Near East, including; Akkadians (Assyrians/Syriacs and Babylonians), Ahlamu, Amalekites, Ammonites, Amorites, Arameans, Chaldeans, Canaanites, Eblaites, Dilmunites, Hebrews (including Israelites and Jews), Edomites, Ethiopian Semites, Hyksos, Arabs, Nabateans, Maganites, Maltese, Mandaeans, Mhallami, Moabites, Phoenicians (including Carthaginians), Shebans, Sabians, Ubarites and Ugarites.
A BBC journalist was filmed giving a Nazi salute and goose stepping while filming a documentary about anti-Semitic football fans in Poland and Ukraine.
Chris Rogers was caught marching with one finger under his nose, as crew reportedly looked on.
The BBC Panorama documentary Euro 2012: Stadiums of Hate, was filmed two years ago ahead of the tournament in Poland and Ukraine – but details of the gaffe have only just come to light.
Reporter Chris Rogers near the LKS football stadium in Lodz, Poland. It has been claimed that he was caught marching with one finger under his nose, as film crew reportedly looked on and laughed while on location for a BBC documentary on Nazi football fans
Mr Rogers – a former Newsround children’s television presenter – admitted that he displayed a ‘lack of judgment’.
He said: ‘I fully accept that some of my behaviour, which was intended as a joke, was deeply inappropriate particularly given the seriousness of what we were filming.
‘I apologised and was strongly reprimanded by the BBC. I might have displayed a lack of judgement but none of this detracts from the serious football racism exposed in the programme.’
There was an internal probe into Mr Rogers’ behaviour, and he was temporarily frozen out of the show by a ‘livid editor’. A spokesman said that Mr Rogers was freelance and had not been used for the Panorama programme in two years after the incident.
They added: ‘Chris Rogers has apologised for his behaviour.