First, they came for the artists…
An article last week in the French version of the Times of Israel laments the fact that school teachers in France are experiencing increasing difficulty when trying to “educate” students on the “Holocaust”. Predictably, the finger is pointed at the French Muslim community. In order to remedy the situation, public education policy will now ensure that teachers undergo special workshops and in-training days.
My first thought when skimming through the article was French comic Dieudonné’s contribution to the Revisionist cause. The enemy, neatly assisted by the likes of ex-PM Manuel El blanco Valls, severely shot themselves in the foot trying to censor him: 8,000 people turned up at a recent show in Marseilles and the comic’s success has never been more widespread.
Shortly before his untimely death, Jonathan Bowden was being driven back from a Nationalist meeting by Jez Turner. On saying their goodbyes, Jonathan thanked Jez, telling him that he was ‘A fighter and a good man’. Jez later revealed in an interview that this is how he would like to be remembered.
Jonathan Bowden’s appraisal of Jez Turner was the inspiration for my latest song, dedicated to all our political prisoners. All proceeds shall go towards funding a new initiative, The Link, set up to assist prisoners of conscience via letter-writing and other fundamental aid.
If you would like to assist our political prisoners, please download the track via BandCamp (see link below). If you prefer, you can send a direct donation using the PayPal button on the right side bar, with mention ‘The Link’, and the money will be forwarded to those responsible. If you choose the latter option, I will send you an mp3 version of the song, which means less commission paid to BandCamp and, therefore, more for the Cause. Many thanks in advance.
Sing a Song of Freedom
For our prisoners of conscience
Turn the tide, bring back
Our love and honest pride
Cherish our belonging
To these islands once so strong
This must be our song
Song of Freedom – click to download
By Robert Faurisson.
On January 16 of this year Henry Herskovitz spoke out against the persecution by Jewish organisations of the Briton Alison Chabloz and the Canadian Monika Schaefer (the latter has now been imprisoned in Germany for nearly 200 days). Both women had expressed, particularly in videos posted on the internet, their revisionist convictions.
H. Herskovitz is a retired engineer living in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He was a friend of the late Ernst Zündel. He is Jewish, a revisionist and has long been active against both the policies of the State of Israel and international Zionism; he defends the Palestinian cause.
Six months ago he was able to read aloud the text of his statement in support of the two brave female revisionists before Ann Arbor city council (see the video above running 3 m. 47 s.).
Today the names of the Englishwoman Michèle Renouf, the grand German lady Ursula Haverbeck, the Frenchwoman Maria Poumier and several other representatives of the allegedly “weaker” sex are associated with theirs.
Click here to view original article which includes video footage of Mr Herskovitz’ speech.
Following news yesterday of the death of French Jewish filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, aged 92, I received notification via my inbox that a French small ads website (similar to GumTree) was in trouble for hosting an ad for a shower head purportedly coming from Auschwitz. The ad was removed: apparently someone felt grossly offended and complained. But what if the shower head was real? We know there were showers at Auschwitz – we saw them in Schindler’s List. Surely some ‘Holocaust’ museum would pay a hefty sum for such a rare object which could then artfully be put on display, i.e. ‘Gas vent intended for distribution of Zyklon B disguised as a shower head, never used as a gas vent’?