In love with truth and married to the cause

Like many of us who champion the cause of historical revisionism, I am wedded to the idea of establishing the truth of what actually took place in Germany during World War Two. The official narrative of a past event, branded as a ‘holocaust’ of Jews living under the Third Reich – whilst no longer having credibility, historiographically speaking, – is now implemented, – i.e. shoved down our throats by ZOG at every possible opportunity, neatly assisted by Hollywood and the media, – as the latest imposed religion for the Goyim. You’d better believe in the six million, or else!

Like many who champion the revisionist cause, but not all, I am the victim of state-sponsored persecution, prosecution and a two year suspended prison sentence; not so much for my firm belief that the main posits of the official narrative simply do not stand up to scientific scrutiny, but for having ridiculed and blasphemed, in song, this founding myth of Globalism that is the so-called ‘Holocaust’ and, worse still, for pouring scorn on those who strive to maintain the ‘Holocaust’ myth.

Merely questioning or indeed pointing out the lack of forensic evidence can lead to a spell behind bars, especially in German-speaking countries. Sylvia Stolz is once again in prison in Germany for a speech given in Switzerland. The list goes on: 90-year old Ursula Haverbeck jailed for posing difficult questions on the same subject; ditto for Horst Mahler, now in a secure medical wing after suffering a second leg amputation due to poor health care in prison; in Austria, meanwhile, Wolfgang Fröhlich has at last been freed after serving 15 years – for expressing an opinion. Surely Fröhlich must be the main contender for the 2020 Prix Robert Faurisson?

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UKIP on the road to Zion

With the appointment of Tommy Robinson as unpaid adviser on grooming gangs to UKIP interim leader Gerard Batten, the party can finally promote its official standing as United Kingdom Islamophobia Party. Next, they’ll be adopting the IHRA ‘working’ definition of ‘anti-Semitism’.

Not that things were much different under Nigel Farage who yesterday, after announcing his intention to topple Batten in a vote of no confidence, stated in an interview that his greatest achievement in politics was ‘single-handedly killing off the British National Party’ (BNP). Yes, dear reader, this from the same man whose party brought about Brexit – the greatest achievement of British democracy in most voters’ lifetimes. By his own admission, Farage confirms allegiance mainly to himself, rather than to British voters.
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