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September 6, 2016

Fliers promoting Holocaust denial being distributed

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — furtherglory @ 2:41 pm

What a revolting development this is!

Fliers promoting Holocaust denial!

There are not enough prisons to hold all the deniers that will result from this crime.

My photo of the ruins of a Auschwitz-Birkenau gas chamber

My photo of the ruins of Auschwitz-Birkenau gas chamber III

The following quote is from a news article, which you can read in full at  https://www.algemeiner.com/2016/09/05/thousands-of-fliers-promoting-holocaust-denial-secretly-distributed-across-australian-campuses/

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Thousands of fliers promoting Holocaust denial have been distributed secretly across Australian college campuses over the past year, an Australia-based correspondent for BuzzFeed News reported on Sunday.

According to the report, the flier — entitled “The Greatest Swindle of All Time” — has been spotted at the University of Melbourne, Monash University, University of New South Wales (UNSW) and the Australian National University (ANU). There are also unconfirmed reports of sightings at the University of Sydney.

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Holocaust denial is against the law in 20 countries now. Where will all these future criminals be housed after they are arrested?

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According to [ Michael Fisher, national chair for the Australasian Union of Jewish Students ], far-right hate groups — which, he says, are experiencing a resurgence in Australia — have been responsible for such fliers in the past. “Although the leaflets are closely similar to one another in content and appearance, they have appeared in three slightly different forms, suggesting that there have been three separate print runs,” he said.

According to the report, while the flier in question has been widely condemned by the universities and various student groups, vice chancellors from each institution have refused to directly acknowledge the antisemitic nature of the leaflet. “This decision has left many student associations frustrated,” BuzzFeed News said.

Officials from Melbourne and Monash told the outlet that since the identity of the flier’s author is unknown, they cannot press charges. A spokesman said that ANU is reviewing campus security footage, in an attempt to identify the distributors of the flier, adding that they can face up to a $5,000 fine for littering.

The appearance of Holocaust-denying propaganda on college campuses is not exclusive to Australia. In April, similar leaflets were found in Scotland at Glasgow University and Edinburgh University. The fliers were distributed on the anniversary of Adolf Hitler’s birth.

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15 Comments »

  1. An interesting controversy surrounding populist “left wing” politician Ken Livingstone emerged again in Britain this week. The following article comes from “The Times of Israel, dated Sept. 6th, 2016;-

    ” The umbrella organization of British Jews on Monday called on the opposition Labour Party to expel Ken Livingstone from its ranks “immediately,” after the controversial former London mayor, a close ally of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, again claimed that Adolf Hitler once supported the Zionist movement.

    “Hitler’s persecution of the Jews started early in the 1930s,” Board of Deputies Vice President Marie van der Zyl said in a statement. “He expressed his loathing for Zionism in the 1920s. But yet in 2016 Ken Livingstone seems to want to rewrite history to make it seem like Zionism was responsible for the Holocaust, which is as false as it is grotesquely offensive. Every day that Labour does not expel him is a stain on the party.”

    Speaking on Vanessa Feltz’s BBC London radio show on Monday morning, Livingstone repeated the claims that he made on her show in April, which led to his suspension from the Labour party…

    …“It’s going to be very difficult for them to expel me from the Labour Party when I’ve got this whole sheaf of documents and papers which shows that what I said was true.

    “The fact (is) that during the 1930s, Hitler collaborated with the Zionists and supported them because he believed that a solution to his problem – the Jews – was that they should all move to Palestine,” Livingstone said. “Then in the 1940s that changed and he decided on genocide. And that’s the point I made on your program. I’m just surprised that people didn’t check that it was true before they started screaming ‘Nazi apologist.’

    When Feltz challenged Livingstone’s sources, he responded: “If you go to the Holocaust Memorial at Yad Vashem in Israel, one of the pamphlets they sell to tourists there is one that talks about the deal that was done between Hitler and the Zionists in the 1930s. If you are being given that at the Holocaust Memorial, I think you might suspect it’s true.”
    …….

    Note, that Ken Livingstone does affirm that he believes in the “genocide”; but that is not enough for the Jewish leadership in Britain, they require full compliance with their holocaust dogma, and they demand that everyone in the public arena must “kow-tow” to the official version of history. In their bigoted eyes, any deviation requires instant dismissal, regardless of Mr Livingstone’s popularity among ordinary people, and his accomplishments in bringing social reforms and economic developments to London.

    But of course, it is Israel which is really behind this phony Jewish indignation. Ken Livingstone and the Labour Party generally support Palestinian rights and aspirations, which of course is anathema to the Zionist state, and so they readily bring out “the holocaust weapon” to clobber any public figure or organisation who gets out of line.

    Comment by Talbot — September 8, 2016 @ 6:41 am

  2. That is certainly good news coming from Australia – that young people there are using their initiative to expose the holocaust fraud. And my goodness, it certainly needs exposing, because the holohoaxers are now squabbling over the distribution of compensation loot as Ozzie Jews feel they are not receiving their fair share of the accumulated bounty.

    According to the Australian news outlet SBS on 30th October 2014, ” claimants there are angry that they are not getting enough holocaust compensation money from the New York-based Claims Conference ” – who apparently hold the treasure trove. ” Back in 1992, this Claims Conference became the legal successor to thousands of unclaimed jewish properties in former East Germany, and it is they who decide who is eligible for compensation, and how much they receive. ”

    But you might be fascinated to learn that most of these claims are not from “holocaust survivors” themselves, but from their so-called “heirs” who were not born at the time, and thus did not spend a single moment of their lives inside a cattle truck, a ghetto, or a concentration camp.

    For example; 54-year old Lionel Rosenburg – who was born in 1960, some 15 years after the end of the war – “is disgusted at the level of compensation being offered”. “I am an heir” – the Darwin grandfather said – “I am rightfully entitled to this. It’s diabolical that others unrelated to me or my family should claim entitlement”.

    Now, you or I, might question why any “holocaust survivors” at all are still getting generous payouts after 70 years – surely they’ve had enough compensation by now. But the idea that a bunch of “Johnny and Jilly-come-latelys” – who never suffered a single moment of Nazi oppression in their entire lives should be cashing-in on this holohoax racket is completely preposterous.

    So my advice to you, Lionel – me old cobber – is to pack your digereedoo and boomerang into your tucker bag, then wander down to Swagman’s Creek – check that there are no crocodiles – and jump into the muddy billabong !

    Comment by Talbot — September 7, 2016 @ 1:16 pm

  3. What a clever way of censuring information in a democracy where there is supposed to be freedom of thought, speech and enquiry. You just use the existing minor social misdemeanour of “littering” which is already in the law books, but then artfully impose a draconian $5,000 fine. This will, of course, not only inflict a severe financial penalty on the culprit, but just as importantly, intimidate anyone else who might want to bring controversial material before the public.

    Comment by Talbot — September 7, 2016 @ 5:51 am

    • Talbot wrote: “a draconian $5,000 fine. This will, of course, not only inflict a severe financial penalty on the culprit, but just as importantly, intimidate anyone else who might want to bring controversial material before the public.”

      Isn’t that what people with the truth on their side and ‘mountains of evidence’ to prove it, always do???😉

      Comment by hermie — September 7, 2016 @ 6:58 am

    • They’ve learned from the best. Land of the free,home of brave. Cute little saying is all that amounts to anymore.

      Comment by Tim — September 7, 2016 @ 3:27 pm

  4. Another great opportunity to show their students through rational argumentation (Isn’t that what a university is supposed to be about after all?) that ‘Holocaust denial’ is nothing but groundless BS, totally missed and wasted!! Their hysterical feverish reaction of panicked geocentrists chasing Galileo Galilei and his writings in the halls of their college will not improve their case (their cause, one could say) in the long run, I’m afraid. In any case, very telling…

    Comment by hermie — September 7, 2016 @ 4:28 am

    • Universities are run by liberal pukes. Bias is a word their vocabulary is devoid of

      Comment by Tim — September 7, 2016 @ 5:35 am

      • The greatest achievement of Zionism was to get the support of so many liberal pukes for their far-right colonial ethno-state in Palestine. No surprise. The Zionist movement was founded and led by a number of publicists, whose job is essentially to make people believe that shit is chocolate mousse if needed, after all.

        Comment by hermie — September 7, 2016 @ 6:51 am

        • That sounds better than my explanation . I’ll file that one away for future use.

          Comment by Tim — September 7, 2016 @ 3:29 pm

  5. Good news indeed. The holohoax needs to be made generally aware and the truth disseminated.

    Comment by Mr B — September 6, 2016 @ 10:53 pm

  6. Here in the US, they might have to clear out all the non-violent drug offenders to make room for all us non-violent Holocaust deniers.

    Comment by Jett Rucker — September 6, 2016 @ 4:34 pm

    • Over crowding in prisons is normal. Leave drug offenders in there. Either that or at the end of the day when the USBP loads the wetbacks on the buses,to tote them back to merry old Mexico, send some of the drug offenders with them.

      Comment by Tim — September 6, 2016 @ 7:33 pm

    • There is no such thing as a non-violent ‘Holocaust denier,’ Jett. ‘Holocaust denial’ is absolute violence, murderous violence against G-d’s Chosen darlings and their dead. These criminals are not human. They are nothing but disease-carrying rats, ‘Denial’ expert [and part-time model] Debbie Lipstick said. The obvious and inescapable conclusion from Deb’s analysis is that these top haters should be hated above all and even lynched.

      “Today the bacillus carried by these rats threatens to ‘kill’ those who already died at the hands of the Nazis for a second time by destroying the world’s memory of them.” – Zionist supremacist Deborah Lipstadt, Denying the Holocaust, p. xvii

      Comment by hermie — September 7, 2016 @ 3:44 am

  7. Since when has denial been hooked up with hate groups (or crimes)? So if in the future I should happen to conclude this never happened,I’ll be a racist? Good luck there . That would be a helluva reach with me

    Comment by Tim — September 6, 2016 @ 3:51 pm

    • Quite a while, Tim. The Wikipedia page of ‘Holocaust denial’ shows the real face of ‘Holocaust deniers.’ Fortunately, Wikipedia didn’t fall for the ‘denial’ trick claiming that ‘deniers’ are just quiet researchers rather than illiterate haters in a disguise of scholars deceptively paving the way for the next shoah under a peaceful cover.


      The only pic of ‘Holocaust deniers’ displayed on the Wikipedia page of ‘Holocaust denial’

      I don’t know how Mr Some could miss that.

      Different times, different tricks, I guess…

      Comment by hermie — September 7, 2016 @ 4:08 am


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