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August 6, 2017

Should books by a famous Holocaust denier be displayed in public?

Filed under: David Irving, Holocaust — furtherglory @ 3:50 pm

Sorry, no freedom of speech is allowed for Holocaust deniers. That’s the law according to the Jews. Get lost, all you deniers!

The following quote is from a news article which you can read in full at https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/university-refuses-to-move-books-by-holocaust-denier-kzx25b7gb

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Manchester University has come under fire for refusing to move works by David Irving from open display on library shelves or to label them as “Holocaust denial” literature.

In recent months, growing numbers of British universities, including Cambridge and University College London (UCL), have reclassified works by the controversial writer. They either moved them to “closed access” areas, or inserted disclaimers inside the books, following a campaign led by Dr Irene Lancaster, formerly a teaching fellow in Jewish history at Manchester University, and the former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, now master of Magdalene College, Cambridge.

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There are two  sides to everything —  except the Holocaust. Only one side of the Holocaust is allowed — the side according to the Jews.  There is a lot of money involved here. The Jews have made fortunes from books and movies about the Holocaust.

I have met David Irving in person. He is a handsome man with the world’s most beautiful male voice. I have read several of his books which are very detailed and very interesting.  I hope that he wins this case.

 

Ernst Zündel has died

Filed under: Holocaust — furtherglory @ 2:28 pm

You can read about it at

https://jrizoli.wordpress.com/2017/08/06/ernst-zundel-has-died/

The following quote was copied from the link above:

Ernst Zündel has died. The world has lost a great man. For those who do not know him, he was instrumental in bringing forth The Truth about the holocaust lies. He was persecuted and jailed several times in Canada and in Germany and was prohibited also from living in the U.S. with his wife, who is an American citizen. All of this harassment he endured because of the extreme fear of those who have perpetuated the holohoax lies and the terror they experience as the world comes closer and closer to seeing The Truth, which will likely lead to another jewish explusion.

…the long and shameful history of anti-Semitism in Ireland.

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, World War II — furtherglory @ 10:53 am

2nd December 1938: Some of the 5,000 Jewish and non-Aryan German child refugees, the ‘Kindertransport’, arriving in England at Harwich from Germany. (Photo by Fred Morley/Fox Photos/Getty Images)

The Irish people are noted for being very friendly and fun-loving. I’ve been to Ireland. It was the first place I went when I started traveling 30 years ago.  I was welcomed in Ireland as if I were a long lost cousin.

I was not aware, until now, that the Irish are anti-Semitic. Why would anyone not love Jews?  What’s not to like?

The title of my blog post today is a quote from a news article which you can read in full at http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/comment-antisemitism-was-rife-when-ireland-shut-the-door-to-jews-seeking-refuge-35999118.html

The following quote is from the news article:

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The columnist Kevin Myers sparked outrage this week with his offhand remark that Jews were “not generally noted for their insistence on selling their talent for the lowest possible price”.

Myers was sacked for his reference to two highly-paid Jewish BBC broadcasters in The Sunday Times in an article about salaries at the British broadcaster.

After apologising profusely, he later claimed he was a “great admirer of Jews” and their culture of “exploring their talent and making the most of it”.

The former columnist insisted that he was not anti-Semitic, but the suggestion that Jews were motivated by money would have been familiar to anyone who has followed the long and shameful history of anti-Semitism in Ireland.

Public figures have expressed much more virulent anti-Jewish sentiments in the past; unlike Myers, in most cases they got away with it, because at times in our history such sentiments were popular.

The hateful stereotype of the grasping Jew was a theme in political discourse, going right back to Arthur Griffith and the birth of Sinn Féin.

At its worst, the stirring of hatred against Jews by some politicians and churchmen helped to create a climate where Jewish refugees from Europe were unable to escape to Ireland from the Holocaust. It could be a life-and-death issue.

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What should you learn from this news article? The Jews have been hated since time began, and they will continue to be hated, the world over, until the end of time.

That’s all she wrote —  and she rubbed that out.

 

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