Monthly Archive: October 2013

IHRA agrees on new definition of Holocaust denial International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) is a consensus-based intergovernmental body comprised of experts from 31 countries. Its mandate is to promote Holocaust education, remembrance and research, and reaffirm humanity’s common aspiration for mutual understanding and justice. “If you say that only two million Jews were killed that is Holocaust denial according to this definition.” Group photo of the Holocaust Educational Trust Read more […]

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THE CASE AGAINST THE PRESUMED EXTERMINATION OF EUROPEAN JEWRY “We have known about it [The Hoax of the Twentieth Century] for some time. But we didn ‘t want to give it any publicity and help the sales. Now it’s too late; it’s out in the open and we have to face it squarely.” — Abbot A. Rosen, Chicago Executive Director, ADL, Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 26, 1977 First published in 1976, this slightly revised and enhanced edition of The Hoax of the Twentieth Century is the seminal work of “Holocaust” Read more […]

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  “Nazi War Criminal” Erich Priebke’s Last Testament: ‘Jews were to Blame for the Holocaust’ Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke has died aged 100 in Rome (Reuters) Nazi war criminal Erich Priebke died aged 100 in Rome without an iota of remorse for the monumental horrors inflicted by Hitler on European civilisation. In a written interview recorded a few months before his death, Priebke, who was jailed for life over the execution of hundreds of Italians in the so-called Read more […]

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From Senegal To The Bundestag: Meet Germany’s First Ever Black MPs By Palash Ghosh on September 26 2013 10:48 AM The recent general election in Germany that returned Angela Merkel to the Chancellery for her third straight term made history in other ways as well – the country elected its first two black members of the Bundestag (parliament). Charles Huber, a member of Merkel’s center-right Christian Democrat Union Party and a former TV actor, who was elected in the southern town of Read more […]

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[important]On Saturday 5 October 2013 I visited Mr Andrew MacGregor at his home in Geelong where among other things we discussed his latest analytic enterprise. As I am not personally delving deeply into the 1996 Australian “inside job”, the Port Arthur Massacre, I now offer to the public Mr MacGregor’s musings on this still live issue. Fredrick Töben [/important] ‘The mouse that roared’ was a 1960’s British film starring Dame Margaret Rutherford and Peter Sellars. In this film Read more […]

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