The Jews of Eastern Europe were notoriously filthy, wearing the same clothes for years and literally never bathing. Fritz Berg has pointed out that shower baths were the LAST thing that could ever lull an Eastern European Jew into 'unsuspectingness'. They would no sooner enter a shower bath than they would a meat grinder. They hated water.- Daniel Saez Lorente
Nothing is more dangerous than to act like coqettes, when one no longer has endows.- Philippe Henriot, 1944
Adolf Hitler on women
CODOH Poster brings “Good News for Jews”!
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I have been accused of being anti-Jewish. In reality I wish the Jews no harm. What I demand is the right to speak of the Jews just as freely as I speak, for example, of the Germans. And I ask that the Jews be deprived of the right to harm me, whether physically (between 1978 and 1993, I was attacked ten times by Jews), or by means of a special law that they finally got enacted on July 13, 1990, and which in France is known as the ‘Fabius-Gayssot Law’, the ‘Faurisson Law’, or the ‘Anti-revisionist Law’.- Professor (ret.) Robert Faurisson, Adelaide, 9 November 2003
Holocaust Believer: “what is a holocaust denier doing watching Rhinocrunch?”
“You don’t believe the holocaust happened!?”
I have a mental image of “Zulu1” and it is this guy here:
What can we say about former Krematorium III Sonderkommando member David Olère coolly telling me in 1981 that the SS made sausages of human flesh [“Kremawurst”], except that he was still living in the nightmare that had been imposed on him and recounted anything that came into his head, whereas I held in my hands his own drawings of 1945-47 which are masterpieces of authenticity.- Jean-Claude Pressac, Auschwitz: Technique & Operation of the Gas Chambers
Honour and Remember Il Duce (2016)
Today we remember the cowardly murder of Benito Mussolini.
We will cherish the memory of this magnificent man whether the so-called democracies like it or not.
‘Democracy is beautiful in theory; in practice it is a fallacy. You in America will see that some day.’ — Benito Mussolini