Recent News and Developments
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Jonas E. Alexis at Veterans Today
The publication of Jonas E. Alexis’s columns in Veterans Today represents a powerful movement of recognition for Holocaust revisionist ideas on the Internet. There is no professor at any university in America who would dare to express himself with the frank, honest audacity of Jonas E. Alexis on this taboo subject. Veterans Today is to be congratulated for publishing him as well as a number of other “radical” columnists. Following are links to five columns by Alexis focusing on the Holocaust question published in VT over the past weeks. This is what I call a revisionist “development.”
Denying Holocaust Forgeries, Hoaxes, and Fabrications “The Holocaust has become a secular religion, with state support in the form of a national museum.”
Jonas E. Alexis
The Rise and Fall of the Holocaust Industry “The Holocaust has become a secular religion, with state support in the form of a national museum.”
The Curious Case of David Irving (Part I) “Arguably the most notorious and controversial historian of our time is David Irving, who has been called ‘anti-Semite,’ a ‘neo-Nazi,’ a ‘racist,’ and a ‘Holocaust denier.’ Former news anchor and political commentator Keith Olberman nominated Irving as one of the ‘world’s worst’ people in 2010.”
The Curious Case of David Irving (Part II) “It is highly dangerous to make objectivity in this sense dependent on the existence of the scholarly community. There was, after all, a scholarly community in Germany in the 1920s which remained in existence, largely unaltered in personnel and ideology, under Hitler’s Third Reich.”
Was Pope Pius XII a Nazi Collaborator? “The Church indeed has had and will continue to have issues with revolutionary and subversive activities, but the church has never espoused hatred or even condoned physical persecutions against the Jews.”
I don’t want to suggest that Jonas Alexis writes only about Holocaust revisionism. Following are the titles of only a few of his other columns published in recent weeks that will give you an idea of the breadth of his interests. You will find them all here under JONAS.
- The Jewification Process Through Arts, Films, and Movies (Part ll)
- Ayn Rand’s Objectivism and Sexual Calculus (Part l)
- Jewish Slavery in Western Culture (Part lll)
- Islam and the West
- Jewish Denial – Why They Attack Others
- Breaking News: Bill Kristol Is Still An Enemy of the Founding Fathers.
- Pornography in the French Revolution and Abu Ghraib
- An Open Letter to Sarah Palin
Jonas E. Alexis studied mathematics and philosophy. Two of his main interests at present are the history of Christianity and the history of ideas. He is currently teaching mathematics in South Korea. —
(Ahhh. Korea. The memories!)
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Here are the numbers so far for 2013:
- 23,949 unique visitors to the site
- 72,071 page views
Top 5 countries that our visitors come from:
Most visitors use FIREFOX as thier browser.
Our top 5 articles (of 2013) have been:
- Demystification of the Birth and Funding of the NSDAP, by V.K. Clarke (1,629)
- Adolf Hitler's Armed Forces: A Triumph of Diversity?, by V.K. Clarke (1,387)
- Bishop Williamson Vindicated, Then Ousted, by Nicholas Kollerstrom (1,181)
- Reexamining the "Gas Chamber" of Dachau, by Thomas Dalton (1,104)
- The Three Photographs of an Alleged Gas Van, by Klaus Schwensen (1,032)
For the same period in 2012 (Jan.1–June 1) we had 17,628 unique visitors. 58,228 page views. So we have a gain of 6,321 visitors or an increase of some 35%.
THE JAN KARSKI INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST EDUCATION
SUMMER CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
Holocaust and Genocide Studies for Educators
Georgetown University July 8-14, 2012
This is a “heads-up” to let you know that we will be participating in this Karski event for “Educators” using modern technologies to reach Georgetown “Educators” individually. In fact, our outreach to these folk at Georgetown and other campuses and venues as well has already begun as I write this note. —Bradley.
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|Author(s):||Bradley R. Smith|
|Title:||Recent News and Developments|
|Sources:||Smith's Report, No. 197, July 2013, pp. 3f.|
|First posted on CODOH:||Oct. 8, 2013, 7 p.m.|