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The American Israel Public Affairs Committee [AIPAC] has launched a drive to take over student government at the University of California at Berkeley, the organization’s Leadership Development Director announced at last week’s annual conference in Washington.
I’ve posted articles here positing that Amazon’s enormous contracts with the US intelligence community drove Amazon to the business decision ...
The government is taking fresh steps in the fight against hatred of Jews by formally adopting the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) working definition of anti-Semitism.
Bradley Smith, on 28 April 2010 (5.35 min), responds to an article written by Sara J. Bloomfield, director of the USHMM, published in USA Today. Here she makes a fundamental distinction between those of us who are Jews and those who are not.
The Index Librorum Prohibitorum was a list of (published) works that the faithful were abjured by His Holiness, The Pope, from reading. These works were in His judgment capable of misleading members of His flock from the True and Faithful path to salvation as prescribed by … him.
David Merlin writes to Freedom House National Headquarters to call its attention to a serious threat to internet free speech coming from two quirky English laws.
There’s a ray of hopeful light coming today from London’s Telegraph newspaper: an article from columnist Stephen Pollard titled “Why I, Editor of the Jewish Chronicle...
Free speech lawyer Douglas Christie appeared on "Crossfire" after the first Zundel trial, in 1985, and was aggressively questioned by panelists Ian Mulgrew, Kathleen Mahoney and George Oake.
They’re everywhere—probably even in the camera and microphone of the laptop on your kitchen table (yes, it has both, even if you didn’t know it). Oh, wait! That would be the NSA, or the FBI, or … yes, Amazon.
The Israeli Government, through its propaganda headquarters Yad Vashem, demands that Amazon stop selling revisionist literature, and Amazon snaps to attention exclaiming "Yessssirrrr!" How come?
Paper starts burnig at 451°F all by itself. Figuratively speaking, Amazon just set a whole pile of books on fire. With the click of the mouse, these books simply ceased to exist. The reason? The social “temperature” in the United States has reached a burning hot 451°F...
“Whoever takes it upon himself to write an honest intellectual history of twentieth-century Europe will need a strong stomach. But he will need something more. He will need to overcome his disgust long enough to ponder the roots of this strange and puzzling phenomenon.”—Mark Lilla
No one is claiming that Jews weren’t persecuted by Nazi Germany. What some historians are trying to emphasize, however, is: 1) that other ethnic groups were also persecuted in Nazi Germany; (...)
The one side of the history that hardly ever gets to the public´s view. A harsh look at what happened to Germans after WWII.
Caroline Ost, along with several others, is desperate for me to be imprisoned for my opinions.
Indoctrination and the taboo help believers “believe” their absolute true logic and high level of scrutiny when dealing with the Holocaust question. This is an exchange that happened on Monika Schaefer’s site recently.
The ADL calls Smith out for ragging on Simon Wiesenthal 24 years ago. In July of 2009 London Times ragged on Simon pretty hard, but the $50-million-dollar ADL was not complaining. Neither were the rabbis at the (ouch?) Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles. Why is that? Could it damage their marketing activities?
An introductory video for our Holocaust Handbooks/Revisionist Book Series.
Bradley R. Smith, founder of CODOH, talks about the unreliable testimonies of Elie Wiesel in this short YOUTUBE video, back in 2009.
What happened in Baja those three remarkable days in June( 2007) is enough to not only help revitalize a fatigued, persecuted revisionist community, but also to take Holocaust revisionism to new heights