Monthly Archives: June 2014
Published on Tuesday, June 24 2014 by Sonico
by Ann Sterzinger
June 18, 2014
Taki’s Magazine runs a review of my new book, A Personal History of Moral Decay. This is a unique event in the cultural life of the United States of America. A book written by a Holocaust Revisionist being reviewed, and reviewed positively, in one of the primary intellectual and cultural publications in the nation?
Sterzinger writes: Sometimes a book is so rich and alive that through a kind of synesthesia it makes you rethink your crotchety opinions about other art forms. Bradley Smith’s new book, for example, A Personal History of Moral Decay…
Published on Wednesday, June 18 2014 by Sonico
By Paul Grubach
Copyright 2014. All rights reserved.
In May of 2014, the highly influential Jewish-Zionist organization, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) published their widely publicized and acclaimed, world-wide “survey on Anti-Semitism.” Many of the world’s important news outlets published a story about it, and when this writer carried out a Google Search for “ADL Global 100: An Index of Anti-Semitism,” 385,000 results were called up.1 While there was some criticism of it in various mainstream media quarters, for the most part establishment media outlets seemed to agree that the survey’s findings were valid and a cause for concern. For …
Published on Monday, June 16 2014 by Sonico
Bradley R. Smith may be the only Holocaust revisionist who writes about topics that have nothing to do with the Holocaust. And that’s good because while I know just enough about the Holocaust to hold my own in such conversations, I also am not invested in the topic enough to want to read books along the lines of what one expects from David Irving and Ernst Zündel. Admittedly, I haven’t read Smith’s book about his journey into Holocaust criticism, so perhaps then he concentrated exclusively on revisionism to the point of minutia, but I don’t think that’s the case. We’ll see …
Published on Friday, June 13 2014 by Sonico
Did the Papacy Violate Christian Ethics on the Issue of “Holocaust Denial”?
By Paul Grubach
According to a June 13, 2014 news report, Pope Francis claimed in an interview to a Spanish newspaper that “Holocaust Denial” is “madness.” This truly is a bizarre statement on the Pope’s part, because with regard to the traditional Holocaust story, the Papacy has a documented track record of piously promoting Holocaust falsehood, while the Holocaust Revisionists have promoted the truth. Hearwith:
At the postwar Nuremberg Tribunal, the Allies charged that the Germans exterminated four million people at Auschwitz. Until 1990, a memorial plaque at …
Published on Thursday, June 12 2014 by Sonico
Misha: Surviving with Wolves
Or Lying with Wolves?
Misha (deWael) Defonseca was unquestionably a victim, if a “collateral” victim, of the Germans who were occupying her country of Belgium when she was four years old. They executed both of her parents after duly trying them as resistance fighters and finding them guilty. That all this, including their execution, was perfectly legal under the Geneva Convention that governed occu-piers and occupied alike was of course lost on the four-year-old as it is lost today on the many adults under the sway of the slogan “German, bad; Resistance, good”