Freedom’s enemies finally kill Faurisson – John Kaminski

October 28, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

The first time I remember encountering Robert Faurisson was seeing that photo of his bloodied face after he’d been attacked in 1989 by a group of gangsters called “the Sons of Jewish memory”. The Jews had wanted to kill Robert Faurisson for a long time, before they finally succeeded last weekend.

The last time I saw him was on this spontaneous video made mere hours before his death. Vincent Reynouard’s quick camera work captured the phenomenon that has dogged the scrupulous French classics professor — as well as the entire Holocaust Revisionist movement — for the last 40 years.

Study the video. It will be the last you’ll see of the old professsor, but it won’t be the last you’ll see of the Jewish technique used to counter ironclad evidence of the Jewish lies about World War II. LINK

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On the Contrary: Faurisson: A Freedom Fighter to His Last Breath – Michael Hoffman

October 24, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

French Professor Robert Faurisson died of heart failure at his longtime home in Vichy, France on October 21. His life was like something out of Alfred Jarry by way of André Breton, a surreal circus in which clowns and stage magicians, barkers, burlesquers and fire-eaters, incessantly circled and mobbed the one sane person under the Big Top.
Faurisson’s sanity was an expression of his conscience and though an atheist, the historical parallels are unmistakable: Thomas More refusing on principle King Henry VIII’s marriage to Anne Boleyn; Martin Luther rejecting submission to the commands of Emperor Charles V: “Here I stand. I can do no other.” Faurisson could do no other. Compromise and surrender were not in his DNA. Above all, he admired men and women who would not recant their doubts in the face of the loss of good name, bank account, career, freedom, and life itself.
Those who sneer at the professor for his “unforgivable” doubts about the existence of the holy execution gas chamber relic in Auschwitz, seldom deny that, with the exception of death, he suffered all of the other penalties for the “crime” of his skepticism. His enemies say that he merited those severities. They honor skepticism toward the dogmas they despise, and despise skepticism toward the dogmas they honor. They have made a great saint of out Galileo and an evil cretin out of Faurisson. One need not be an “anti-Semite” to note the bankruptcy of this double standard.

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