Ernst Zundel his Awakening (56:25 Min)

Published: 2021-01-10

In this 56 minute video, Tom Metzger of “Race and Reason” interviews the late Canadian Revisionist, Ernst Zundel (1939 - 2017). Tom says that he believes in unrestricted freedom of speech, and Ernst is a prime example of an individual who had to fight to maintain his freedom of speech. Here, Ernst answers questions about his extraordinary life. A pacifist, he left his native Germany as he did not want to serve in the military. Coming to Canada, he made his living as an artist. He then ran against Pierre Trudeau in Canadian politics. He then moved into publishing. Here he met Adrien Arcand, a brilliant journalist. In a talk lasting three hours, Adrien, explains Ernst had taught him to be a “German” again. As Ernst says the word “Zundel” means to spark, like a spark plug to start an engine. This was a major change in his life. Before, he had liberal views and was ashamed of being German. Now the “spark” had happened, and this “spark” had set him on a quest to free his fellow Germans from the monstrous lie of the gassed “six million” Jews. Coming across a pamphlet written by an English writer, Richard Verrall (under the pen name of Richard Harwood), exposing the “holocaust” as a propaganda lie, he reprinted it in Canada. In France, Francois Duprat, who published the same in French, was killed and his wife seriously injured. Another Frenchman had acid thrown into his face. In Germany, those who even possessed this pamphlet was thrown into jail and the pamphlet banned. Across the world those who distributed the pamphlet faced attacks, physically, verbally, libels in the press, law courts and prison. This single act of reprinting set off a train of events, which Ernst explains at length.


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Published: 2021-01-10
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