2003

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Volume 1 · 2003

Between early 2003 and early 2005, The Revisionist was edited and published by Germar Rudolf. He was working on the second issue of the year 2005 when he was arrested by the U.S. authorities and subsequently deport to Germany (see his website for more info). Hence this magazine suddenly ceased to exist.

Click on the individual issue number for a list of that number’s articles.

2003

In Brief

Another MA Thesis From New Zealand Attacked Canceling A Contract Equals Incitement To Hatred Prohibited Guest Book Entries Austrian Farmer Shows Courage Spontaneous Protest in Berlin against Jews Zyklon vacuum cleaner Scandal About Hitler Statue Ernest Hemingway Exposed As Mass Murderer Revisionist Book Promotion In Estonia Latvia Unveils Holocaust Memorial Croatians Forced To Take Holocaust…

In Brief

Atrocity Propaganda in U.S. Field Dispatch Furniture Dealer Causes Uproar Führer Beetle Marked for Renaming New York Revisionist Attracts Attention Book Review Caused Uproar in England Unprovoked Attack Similar Lies-Similar Liars Move to Revoke Pulitzer Prize Ernst Zündel Treated as Terrorist Austrian Engineer Fröhlich Arrested in Vienna One More Censorship Authority in Germany Escalation of…

In Brief

Belgian Revisionist Sentenced and Raided Again Austrian Revisionist Jailed German Lawyer Loses Passport for Revisionist Views European-Wide Law against Revisionism More Jewish Censorship in New Zealand Australia to Outlaw Criticism of Minorities Forced Commemoration of Lies in Germany Israel-Critical New Zealand Cartoonist Sacked Apologies for Praising Hitler's Economic Success Artistic Freedom for Auschwitz Souvenirs “Health…

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Israel Threatens Human Rights Activists Israel Sends out Killers Skull an Outlawed Sign in Germany Filing a Criminal Complaint can be a Crime Fossil-Schwindel Taxi Driver Sentenced for Distributing Brochures Disciplinary Investigation Against Expert Witness House Search at Radio Islam Arab Revisionist Arrested Another French Encyclopedia Scandal German Historian: Some Hitler comparisons okay New Study…

Revisionist Notebook

Arnold Schwarzenegger's Father Was a Nazi Storm Trooper; Anne Frank's Father Was a Nazi Collaborator and War Profiteer; Why Is One of these Stories Being Suppressed? Arnold Schwarzenegger's father, Gustav, volunteered for the 'brownshirts' in May 1939 – about "six months after the storm troopers helped launch Kristallnacht […] when Jewish homes, businesses and synagogues…

Revisionism in Russia

Russians Research into the ‘Holocaust’ Matter A German order to destroy Novgorod did not exist. The population suffered under Soviet bombings. Novgorod’s church treasures were robbed by the retreating Soviet troops, and its artifacts were sunk on a ship in the Wolchow River. The world famous Novgorod monument “Thousand Year Russia” was saved by the…

Intelligence: Genetically Inherited or Learned Behavior?

The following is a press release recently issued by Dr. Paul M. Thompson about recent findings of his research team at the University of California in Los Angeles (UCLA) about the influence of genetics on human intelligence. This information is one more argument fueling the long-lasting debate between the so-called behaviorist (egalitarian) school and the…

Conspiracy – the Umpteenth

Dr. John Coleman, Conspirators’ Hierarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300, America West, Carson City, NV, 1992, 267 pp., $16.95. “Three can keep a secret, if two of them are dead.”—Benjamin Franklin One thing that strikes a student of the history of the United States is the trend toward expanding and centralizing the power…

Hundred Years of War against Germany

In August 1895, a series of articles began in the British weekly The Saturday Review, which called for the annihilation of Germany and whose disastrous greed for German plunder still reverberates to the present day. With the Second Reich, a German state came into being which was rapidly creating a modern economy which imperiled the…

Groupthink

1. Introduction Homo sapiens is a social animal, equipped with herd instincts, thus susceptible to mass and group psychological effects. Our social nature can have positive consequences, for example symbiotic and synergetic effects, but also negative consequences, like uncritical conformism and lemming-like loyalty. In order to prevent negative consequences of group psychology, group dynamic effects…

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