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Statement, made by Professor Robert Faurisson

Following the death of Professor Robert Faurisson on 21 October 2018 this statement has been made public: Extract of interview conducted by a supporter with Prof R.F. on the 30. September 1999: Question: What is your opinion of the conflict between Adolf Hitler and the Jews ? R.F.: The question is: Did the gas-chambers exist or not ? If they had existed then Hitler and the Germans in general would... 

Israel’s War Against George Soros

By Mairav Zonszein – July 17, 2017 George Soros at the office of Open Society Foundations in New York. JAFFA, Israel — As a Holocaust survivor, a successful financier who embraces free market capitalism and a philanthropist who champions liberal democracy, George Soros should be a darling of the Israeli establishment. But Mr. Soros has failed the only litmus test that seems to count for Israel’s... 

France’s Front National suspends party official over Holocaust denial

Benoît Loeuillet, head of FN in Nice, secretly filmed saying ‘there weren’t mass deaths as we’ve been told’ Kim Willsher in Paris / 15 Mar 2017 Benoît Loeuillet: ‘I don’t think there were that many deaths … during the Shoah.’ France’s far-right Front National has suspended a party official for Holocaust denial after he suggested there was no mass killing in the Nazi concentration... 

Merkel Party Member Tells Germans Not to Be Worried About Becoming a Minority

A member of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU) has penned a column telling Germans they should not be worried about becoming minorities in their cities. CDU politician Barbara John has claimed “it is only a matter of time before people with a migration background make up the majority of the population in larger cities,” and that Germans should not be worried,... 

Argentine Senate rejects abortion bill

Activists against the legalization of abortion demonstrate outside the National Congress in Buenos Aires, on August 09, 2018. – Argentine lawmakers geared up Wednesday August 8, for a key vote on legalizing abortion amid fiercely polarized campaigns for and against the bill in the traditionally Roman Catholic country. Senators defeated a measure that would have legalised abortion for any reason... 

Goldman Sachs ushers in a new era when Solomon takes over the reins of the CEO

It’s finally official: David Solomon inherits the crown from Lloyd Blankfein at Goldman Sachs. The news, announced on Tuesday – after more than a year of jokers, choreography and speculation – is setting one of Wall Street’s most significant follow-up pieces in motion. On October 1, Solomon will begin managing Goldman Sachs in just 76 days, at the center of more concentrated money... 

What did Israel hope to gain from Priti Patel’s secret meetings?

The international development secretary’s covert summer trip was a gift to Israelis who seek to influence British policy Peter Beaumont in Jerusalem – Wednesday 8 November 2017 Priti Patel has been ordered back from a ministerial trip to Uganda to explain herself to the prime minister. For the second time in less than a year, Israeli efforts to discreetly influence British policy has been... 

Europe’s top court rules that ISPs should block The Pirate Bay

Dutch copyright group BREIN wins its case against the world’s biggest torrent site, but will it matter? Matt Brian – Endgadget Even though its founders are long gone, The Pirate Bay remains one of the biggest piracy websites on the planet. Over the last decade, the torrent hub has been shutdown, reborn and consistently targeted in numerous lawsuits, of which one is only now coming to... 

Freemason membership records spanning 190 years go online

Records of two million members of the secretive Freemasons have been published online, showing that its members during Britain’s imperial heyday included Winston Churchill, Oscar Wilde and Rudyard Kipling. Membership records from 1733 to 1923 — mainly in Britain and the British Empire — have been digitised and published on the family history website Ancestry, the company said Monday. “The... 

Britain’s parliament finally turns against the neo-cons and serial warmongers

The MP’s vote against military intervention in Syria marked a wonderful day for democracy in Britain, because at long last, the Parliament listened to public opinion and voted accordingly, casting a huge blow to the powerful British neo-con clique. In the great anti-war film All Quiet on the Western Front there’s wonderful scene when Paul, on leave from the front, returns to his old school... 
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