The University of Southern California's Shoah Foundation, an institute founded by Steven Spielberg, has created a new technology that purports to bring intergenerational storytelling and the oral tradition to "preserve the testimony" (or deliver the scripts) of selected Holocaust veterans.
A documentary filmed during Professor Robert Faurisson's visit to Sweden in March 1992, invited by Ahmed Rami (founder of Radio Islam). An important video presentation for those who are trying to understand the basics of revisionism and even those who are familiar with this topic and want to review Professor Faurisson's thesis on the gas-chamber question. Enjoy.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee [AIPAC] has launched a drive to take over student government at the University of California at Berkeley, the organization’s Leadership Development Director announced at last week’s annual conference in Washington.
03 March 2010.(6:30 min). Smith addresses the opinion piece by UW-Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin, published in the Badger Herald on 02 March. He questions the Holocaust ideology maintained by the professorial class whereby the professor holds absolute authority over what questions students can ask and cannot ask about the Holocaust without putting themselves at risk of self-destruction.
Following the path traced by Paul Rassinier in the 50's as well as the master of the modern French revisionism, Pr. Robert Faurisson, the new generation of French Revisionist scholars seems to be led nowadays by the engineer Vincent Reynouard. After enjoying 9 months in jail beneath the peculiar repressive French law called 'Gayssot Act', aka 'Faurisson law', a weapon specifically designed by holosupporters against the modern Revisionism, our man is not discouraged at all and keeps on fighting hard in order to make historical truth prevail.
Released in 1987, David McCalden's "Holocaust Revisionism for Beginners" covers some of the basics of fake-showers-as-homicidal-gas-chambers skepticism. On this part II of these videos, Bradley R. Smith, founder of Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust, is interviewed by David McCalden.