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July 17, 2014

“Days of Anger” in France, as thousands call for Jews to “get out”

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 10:03 am

You can read about the “Days of Anger” in France, in an article, written by Ian Tuttle, a William F. Buckley, Jr. Fellow at the National Review Institute.

This quote is from the article:

…. Jewish leaders blame the upswing in anti-Semitic attacks on four factors, the Post reports: “classic scapegoating amid hard economic times, the growing strength of far-right nationalists, a deteriorating relationship between black Europeans and Jews, and, importantly, increasing tensions with Europe’s surging Muslim population.”

It is this last cause that helps to explain how thousands of citizens in a country oppressed by the Third Reich not even 75 years ago has come to dally, at least rhetorically, with the notion of a Final Solution. […]

Nationalistic tripe is one thing. But the protesters also took to proclaiming “Faurisson is right! Gas chambers are bulls**t!” Robert Faurisson is a French academic with a history of World War II revisionism. In 1978 he published an article entitled “The Diary of Anne Frank — Is It Authentic?” and he has declared, “Never did Hitler order or permit the killing of a person because of his or her race or religion.” For his “courage” he received an award in 2012 from Iran’s then-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. That French anti-Semites have landed on Faurisson for an intellectual leader is alarming, to put it mildly.

I agree that Robert Faurisson is not the best of the revisionists, but he is French, so I think that is why he is admired by the French people who want the Jews out of France.

In my humble opinion, Faurisson was completely wrong in his analysis of the Diary of Anne Frank.  I wrote about this on a blog post at https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2010/02/19/the-dairy-of-anne-frank-is-it-authentic/

4 Comments »

  1. Faurisson was partially wrong on Anne Franck, the ball point revealed that notes had been added and the order changed by the father.
    However except for his obstination for the forgery of the diaries, he did so much good things for revisionism in times he was the first and only, creating a social damnation for himself when displaying the Auschwitz maps that shred the holohoax plan in the ’70, he deserves all respect and he is truly the ‘best’ revionist as in importance for having it all getting started, with Zundel that is.

    Comment by wolf911 — July 21, 2014 @ 1:51 am

    • Anyone who was alive at the time that Anne Frank was in hiding would know that there were no ball point pens available. Students took great pride in having a nice “fountain pen.” The traditional gift for a student who was graduated from High School was an expensive “fountain pen.” Faurisson made a serious mistake in saying that Anne’s father wrote the Diary and that parts of it were written with a ball point pen. For that, he has been put down as a person who knows nothing.

      Fred Leucter had the same problem: he has no degree in Engineering, so the Holocaustians claim that he does not have the knowledge and experience to determine if a “gas chamber” is real or not.

      Comment by furtherglory — July 21, 2014 @ 7:30 am

  2. amid hard economic times

    The problem with this argument is…that for most Muslims, wherever they live it’s always “hard economic times” — just take a look at the countries they come from. Without western help, they couldn’t even get the oil out of the ground underneath them.

    Comment by eah — July 20, 2014 @ 5:24 am

  3. On June 4, two Jewish teenagers in Paris reported being chased by four men, one of whom was wielding an axe.
    On June 23, nearly two dozen assailants beat Jewish students at a library in Paris. Two students were stabbed.
    Well they cant blame Germany for it this time.

    Comment by soulsearcher — July 17, 2014 @ 11:27 am


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