When we lose the power to think for ourselves, we lose our humanity. The year 2015 began with #JeSuisCharlie, saw Jeremy Corbyn elected as Leader of the Opposition in the UK and ended with a vote to bomb Syria after another shooting in Paris.
As for myself I played somewhere in the region of 150 paid gigs in 15 different countries– including my own music at the Edinburgh Fringe – plus another 50 or so pub sessions. The Irish folk gigs provided Christmas spirit with, again, a wealth of new material and we’re already booked in for two more gigs in the New Year, complete with plenty of wassailing.
Nürnberg & Flat Earth
Imperceptibly, the lengthening days point towards rebirth. Revisionism is a rocky road, but its path is brightly lit. In one of Vincent Reynouard’s recent videos, I noticed a shot of the official emblem used by the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal: The Scales of Justice superimposed over a Gleason’s 1892 map of Flat Earth – similar to the map on the UN logo (which, incidentally, was approved in 1946) – without the 33 circular segments.
According to some observers, 2016 will be the year when Flat Earth Theory explodes – online, at least. The figures are quite extraordinary and confirm my observation that #FlatEarth would be the most spectacular online conspiracy phenomenon I’ve seen so far…
Do I believe in a Flat Earth? I don’t know. The evidence suggesting that’s the case is nevertheless quite convincing. Even more convincing is that Nuremberg was merely a continuation of war propaganda, and that neither an order to exterminate the Jews nor homicidal gas chambers ever existed: all easily verified fact.
Will France be obliged to add ‘Oblate Spheroid Denial’ to the Gayssot law, I wonder?
An absurd law
Vincent Reynourd had to flee France because of the Gayssot law and now is settled in Greater London. He lost both his teaching posts as well as his family, also spending time in prison for his beliefs. His videos are clear and precise and all the evidence he presents can be referenced in libraries and documentation centres.
Presently, Reynouard is again in the news after his lawyer succeeded in obtaining a hearing of the French Constitutional Board on the Gayssot law. Reynouard’s lawyer explained in a previous clip that because the Gayssot law resides on the outcome of another trial – in this case, Nuremberg – its legality is questionable under the French constitution, especially with regard to equality.
For example, there is currently no law which prohibits the ‘denial’ of other genocides or crimes against humanity. Moreover, in order for the Nuremberg trial to be revised, the London Agreement signed by France, UK, US and Russia in 1945 would have to be nullified.
Like their comrades at the ECHR in Strasbourg and at the UN, Zio-con lawmakers do not seem to have the interests of their own countries’ citizens at heart. According to Reynouard and backed up by the official transcription of the hearing, in order to give new powers to the Gayssot law, members of the Constitutional Board would be claiming that Hitler’s supposed order to exterminate the Jews was in fact inspired by the Armenian genocide.
Blow me down! The French Constitutional Board tells porkies! There is no proof to back up the claim Hitler gave any such order – as already confirmed in court during the cases of Zündel, Irving and others. Yet here we have some of the most highly-placed notables in France once again making a mockery of liberté, égalité, fraternité.
At 87 years young, Robert Faurisson is still being hounded by the usual suspects aka The Authorities with another six pending court cases. Do the same world leaders who marched down the Champs Elysées in support of freedom of expression last January also support punishment via the courts of such men – as well as the incarceration of Vincent Reynouard?
Broadcasters of mainstream ideas are the same people who create fictional entertainment. Think about it: our fake monetary system; endless wars which create debt in our so-called secular liberal western democracies; aeroplanes which disappear from radar in the southern hemisphere; ever taller sky-scrapers with no floors posed as radio masts? Can governments be trusted to tell us the truth about anything?
Force the line and end the lie
A couple of days ago, I tweeted my first Twitter poll: amusing and perhaps somewhat frivolous… Nevertheless, almost a third of answers came from people who said the Earth was flat or who said they didn’t know.
The results show that two-thirds believe Copernicus’ spinning ball theory. Only seven percent chose ‘don’t know’ and I repeat – that’s my position. Ok, so maybe I’m sitting on the fence here (above a horizon which stretches all the way to the Irish sea over a curvature of 20cm per square kilometre!), but I hope this year will see the predicted massive increase in interest in Flat Earth theory as well as a simple-to-execute scientific experiment such as Brian Mullin’s Force The Line.
Who knows? NASA doesn’t seem to… The more I delve, the more fascinating it becomes and the more evidence is unearthed. I’d love it to be true just to see the expression on Richard Dawkins’ and Brian Cox’ faces. Trolls and shills can laugh and spout ad hominem all they like – anonymously, of course. Their little dance is easy to spot. Bless.
Dear readers, here’s wishing you all a serene and enlightened 2016. A special thank you to my family and friends, to my supporters within the Revisionist movement and, last but not least, to my trolls who, in their own inimitable way, have unwittingly helped to share truth with an ever wider audience.
Happy New Year!