Monthly Archives: January 2015
Published on Thursday, January 29 2015 by Sonico
Richard Edmonds and Ursula Haverbeck ask Vladimir Putin to reinvestigate the lies of the Soviet Commission in 1945, which formed the basis of the deceitful postwar histories of both the Katyn Massacre and the Auschwitz camp. Ursula Haverbeck points out that with mainstream historical authorities now accepting that Auschwitz was not the scane of the murder of millions of Jews in homicidal gas chambers, there is no established “scene of the crime”. She has challenged official bodies including ministers of the various German states (Länder) to provide an answer – to define the scene of the crime. They have so …
Published on Tuesday, January 27 2015 by Sonico
Professor Robert Faurisson celebrates his 86th birthday.
Robert Faurisson biography
Born near London on January 25, 1929 to a French father and a British mother (of Scottish origin), Professor Robert Faurisson successively taught French, Latin and Greek, then modern and contemporary French literature and, finally, the “critical appraisal of texts and documents (literature, history, media)”. He worked, notably, at the Sorbonne, then at a university in Lyon. After publishing the results of his historical research he was deprived of the right to teach. He began to make his findings known especially in 1978-1979 with two articles in the daily …
Published on Monday, January 26 2015 by Sonico
How can anyone adequately respond to the brutal murder of six million people? It is impossible.
January 23, 2015
By Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis:
Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth
In this well-articulated article by the Chief Rabbi there is much interesting talk about the value of “silence.” There are none on earth who practice silence less than those who promote the orthodox Holocaust story for their own material and political advantage. In the end, Rabbi Mirvis returns to the mantra:
“In the face of Holocaust denial, we must testify against
Published on Saturday, January 10 2015 by Sonico
Half a Century of Rebellion
Germar Rudolf Interviewed
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 perspective …