In December 2016, British Prime Minister Theresa May issued a press release entitled “Government leads the way in tackling anti-Semitism” which announced that the British government and its agencies would formally adopt a new and expanded definition of Antisemitism.
(No) Freedom of Expression
There is the ideal of free speech, and then there is reality: censorship, persecution, and prosecution of dissidents.
David Merlin writes to House of Commons Home Affairs Committee to ask them to reconsider their definition of Anti-Semitism since "it is extremely wrong of politicians to declare what story is “correct history” and what is “Anti-Semitic.”
It is important to revisit the legal case against Horst Mahler who has been heavily punished by the German courts for thought crimes.
The Constitunional Court in Germany has now determined the right of free speech in any case, so if there are several possibilities to interpret a statement, the court is bound to assume the most beneficial one for the defandant.
Jewish audience members at a London University told to read David Irving (Holocaust denier). They were told Jews were expelled from Germany for misbehaving and then they were evicted from the room for protesting. In the end, the LSE academic shames the Jews for the way they reacted to the provocations.
David Irving talks on public television about the Holocaust question, his view of it and the lack of free inquiry and free speech to talk about all this publicly. This is part 1 of two videos.
This interview took place during the summer of 2010 while BW was under an order of silence from the Head of the Catholic SSPX order, Bishop Fellay. As Bishop Williamson was expelled by order of Bishop Fellay from the SSPX in October 2012 it can now be released. A Good interview to watch.
This interview took place during the summer of 2010 while BW was under an order of silence from the Head of the Catholic SSPX order, Bishop Fellay. As Bishop Williamson was expelled by order of Bishop Fellay from the SSPX in October 2012 it can now be released.
Kyle Hunt speaks with Nicholas Kollerstrom, PhD about his new book Breaking the Spell: The Holocaust: Myth and Reality.
Diane King interview of Revisionist Jim Rizoli
Sixty-five years ago, Auschwitz was liberated by Soviet troops. Peter Lavelle asks his guests what the legacy of the Holocaust is today. Is its memory being abused? Does Israel use Holocaust as a blackmail weapon? Norman Finkelstein and Israel W. Charny discuss the issue in a heated debate.
While studying tax accounting, I became familiar with the adage, “If you aren’t being audited (by the IRS), you’re paying too much tax.”
The Anne Frank Diary is not a historical document (that is, it is not a "diary"), but a literary production created from authentic notes by Anne Frank, then edited and "assembled" by her father and various publishers.
CODOH is open to all people interested in history and free speech. The only thing we formally oppose is the censorship or criminalization of historical discussion. Our founder Bradley Smith wrote, "...one certain sign of bigotry is an unwillingness to allow others to speak.”
David Irving gives us the real deal with his trial with Deborah Lipstadt, free speech, German and other Europeans censorship and the freedom of internet at risk.
In the wake of our article on “Books Banned by Banned Books Week”—concerning “Holocaust denial” volumes policed out of the banned category—we received an e-mail from James LaRue, director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, which administers Banned Books Week.
Last week, for having expressed myself musically via the Internet, I was entertained at Her Majesty’s pleasure during 48 hours.( Alison Chabloz)
Fritz Berg talks about some of the incoherences on the Holocaust story and particularly the gas wagons that have been claimed to be used to do mass killing.
Facebook seems to see itself as the owner of a popular bar; it allows patrons to converse and argue but reserves the right to instantly eject anyone who threatens its popularity as a meeting place...
Jim Rizoli Interviews Peter Papaherakles from AFP (American Free Press) ...
Ms Chabloz denies the three charges made against her of sending obscene material by public communication networks and two additional charges of causing obscene material to be sent. The case involves three songs which the Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) claims are anti-Semitic: "Survivors," "Nemo’s Anti-Semitic Universe" and "I Like the Story as It Is."
Horst Mahler last public appearance before returning to prison video English Subs