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The Irrational Vocabulary of the American Professorial Class with Regard to the Holocaust Question

Letter to Senator Dianne Feinstein

Published on Thursday, November 20 of 2014 by

Some of it Happened, Some of it Didn’t

CODOH
Committee for Open Debate
On the Holocaust

14 November 2014

 

Senator Dianne Feinstein
331 Hart Senate Office Bldg.
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: (202) 224-3841

 
14 November 2014
 
Dear Senator:
 

I am writing to ask you to oppose the so-called “The ‘Nazi’ Social Security Benefits Termination Act,” the bill that strips Social Security benefits from people who served in the German Services during World War II. The proposed legislation smacks of being a bill of attainder. The overwhelming number of the old men affected by this bill have …

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SMITH’S REPORT #210, November 2014, is now online

Published on Thursday, November 13 of 2014 by

Heretics, Sacralization, and Fear in the Heart of the Journalist

By Albert Richardson

 

What follows is an exchange (not) between Albert Richardson of the British website What Really Happened? (http://tinyurl.com/oc9g8un) and Will Storr, a highly praised British journalist who is interested in “heretics,” though not so much it appears as he was before being addressed by Mr. Richardson. In the event, Storr represents journalists as a class, weak and fearful throughout the English-speaking world.
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Dear Will Storr: I picked up your book The Heretics in the library without previously knowing anything about it. It has proved to

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The Holocaust’s visit to Yad Vashem ביקור השואה ביד ושם

Published on Tuesday, November 4 of 2014 by

First Published in

The Jerusalem Post

 A far left  Israeli Actress known for staging politically provocative plays caused a stir yet again on Tuesday when she posted a controversial monologue on YouTube which she performed in front of the memorial for the Warsaw Ghetto fighters at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.

A few weeks ago, the actress, Natali Cohen Vaxberg, arrived at Yad Vashem with camera crew in tow and two men appearing to be bodyguards. After security guards expelled her from the museum, Cohen Vaxberg, whose character in the monologue is known as “The Holocaust,” proceeded to launch into a …

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