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Half a Century of Rebellion : Germar Rudolf Interviewed

Published on Friday, October 31 2014 by Sonico

(The interviewer has asked to not be identified.)


Q: Thanks first of all that you have agreed to this interview.

A: You’re most welcome.

Q: And then, of course, happy birthday! How does it feel to be half a century old?

A: Thanks, well, not good. But then again, I don’t really care. After 50 years we all are of the same age. And a year is a pretty arbitrary time span, cosmologically speaking, so it really has little meaning in the larger framework of the universe. That’s how I try to look at it.

Q: That’s quite a …


Terrorism & ‘The True Believer’

Published on Thursday, October 30 2014 by Sonico

First Published in

Taki’s Magazine

by Patrick J. Buchanan


“A mass movement,” wrote Eric Hoffer in “The True Believer,” “appeals not to those intent on bolstering and advancing a cherished self, but to those who crave to be rid of an unwanted self.

“Their innermost craving is for a new life—a rebirth—or, failing this, a chance to acquire new elements of pride, confidence, hope, a sense of purpose, and worth by an identification with a holy cause.”




Such a man was Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a criminal with a decade-long record of drug-dealing, assault and robbery, who shot and …


Fear, Shame and Gas Chambers : The Failure of the American Academic Class

Published on Sunday, October 26 2014 by Sonico

Why does the American professorial class insist that students “believe” what they are told – and told and told — about Germans and Jews during World War 11? Why does the American academic refuse to encourage students to create a free exchange of ideas about what really happened during that fracas? Why? One word reveals the story. That word is “shame.”





Goodbye, Columbus

Published on Sunday, October 19 2014 by Sonico

First Published in

Taki’s Magazine


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 …


SR 209 October 2014 is now online

Published on Tuesday, October 7 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