Published on Sunday, October 19 of 2014 by Sonico
First Published in
by Patrick J. Buchanan
In 1492, “Columbus sailed the ocean blue” and discovered the New World. And Oct. 12 was once a celebrated holiday in America.
School children in the earliest grades knew the date and the names of the ships on which Columbus and his crew had sailed: the Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria. They knew his voyage had been financed by Queen Isabella of Spain, after the Genoese Admiral of the Ocean Sea had been turned down by other monarchs of Europe.
Oct. 12, 1492, was considered a momentous and …
Published on Tuesday, October 7 of 2014 by Sonico
The Case of Gregory Chelli (alias Ulcan, alias ViolVocal),
or the French Police’s Inaction, Thus Far,
in the Face of a Form of Jewish Terrorism
By Robert Faurisson
August 25, 2014
Residing, it seems, at times in his native Paris, at other times somewhere in Romania and sometimes in Israel, precisely at Ashdod, right beside the Gaza Strip, the thirty-year-old French-Israeli Gregory Chelli, member of the Jewish Defence League, works, notably by means of the Internet, at making the life of men and women whom he considers anti-Semitic miserable. He sets up provocations in the course of which he makes
Published on Monday, September 22 of 2014 by Sonico
by Jett Rucker
If the pinnacle of the Holocaust Movie genre has been reached , it may have happened in 1993, when Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List garnered seven academy awards and untold millions of dollars in royalties for the film magnate who has since declared that the reason he has honored Planet Earth with a personal visit is to “educate people” about the Holocaust. To this end, he founded the USC Shoah Foundation at the University of Southern California and has funded it with many millions of dollars, likely representing but a small fraction of the pelf he has received …