College Students Interview Ernst Zundel Part 2 Nov 1983 (1:17 58 Hrs)

Published: 2021-04-22

College Students Interview Ernst Zundel part 2. In this video (One hour and 17 minutes) Ernst Zundel (1939 - 2017), is re-interviewed by a number of Canadian students in November 1983. Ernst tells of his publishing career, and his efforts to ensure that the "blood libel" of "gas chambers" attached by the Allies to Germans is repudiated. As Ernst remarks, the Germans are continually battered by false anti-German propaganda, every night. He asks the student how they would feel, if their ethnic identity, their culture and their history was under attack by liars. Ernst asks for equal treatment, but as he says this doesn't seem to apply to Germans. As Ernst points out, the Canadian political system lauds drug dealers from the third world as apparently ideal citizens. This is a very interesting video, where Ernst gives candid replies to the questions by the students. Part 2 of 2. 

 


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