The German Uprising has begun against the new
Germans who still want to be Germans -
don't deny the 'Holocaust',
just stop believing in the 'Holocaust'!
since November 28, 2004.
Write to him at:
Monsieur René-Louis Berclaz
Pénitencier de Crêtelongue
CH 3977 Granges
Send him postcards with which he
can decorate his cell walls.
Fun or just infantile?
Feathers, frocks and
foreign tourists were all out in force last night, 5 March, as
the annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade took to the streets
of Sydney in a celebration of fun and freedom.
Tourists keen for a holiday snap with a real-life drag queen
arrived early, even as many in the parade were still squeezing
into their sequin dresses and stilettos.
a dishonour roll of more than 80 countries where homosexuality
is illegal, and the parade's leading float used the opportunity
to call for freedom in countries such as Afghanistan, India and
Is this Judge Joan Levkov's mother's and husband's murderer?
US Political prisoner
"Hale was declared a
domestic terrorist and has been held incommunicado under
provisions of the draconian and woefully-misnamed Patriot Act."
Dr Edgar Steele says Hale's
entrapment was engineered by the FBI.
Someone murdered the husband and
mother of the judge who ruled in Hale's favour when the ADL
wished to steal Hale's name World Church of the Creator (WCOTC).
Cui bono - who benefits?
Prof Bruno Gollnisch
"The Disciplinary Council of University Lyon III decided that
Professor Bruno Gollnisch will be excluded from his university
for five years. He was accused of making statements which
looked revisionist. Gollnisch said clearly : "I do not
deny that the gas chambers existed".
You see, that was not enough."
Prof Robert Faurisson
Vichy, France, 4 March 2005
"A week ago I said it was not my intention to apologise to the
journalist from Daily Mail group or his employers. Upon a further week of
reflection in which I have read everything written in the press about this
controversy and after considerable debate with many Londoners I have decided to
stand by that position. There will therefore be no apology or expression of
regret to the Daily Mail group.
Mayor Ken Livingstone said he would
lessons about anti-Semitism
from the Daily Mail.
tea-time for Adolf Hitler,
Hermann Göring, Martin Bormann und Albert
Remember this man?
Dr Bagnall comments: ‘While we are
still at an early stage in our experiments, we can already anticipate
applications in optoelectronics, laser physics and optical communications. This
is especially true, as technologists are increasingly using polarisation state
as a means of carrying information in applications such as quantum
Scientists find new role for the swastika:
Just a month after a call for a European-wide ban of the swastika, scientists
have found that the symbol has new applications in optical communications and
could have a role in quantum cryptography. Dr Bagnall
has found that he can arrange tens of thousands of gold swastikas on a square
millimetre to form new optical metamaterials that act to artificially change the
polarisation of light, effectively “twisting” light in accordance with the
rotation of the swastikas.
State Department laments repression. Items compiled from
Tribune news services,
March 1, 2005
WASHINGTON -- Thousands of people across the world suffered last
year at the hands of repressive governments, some of them
friendly to the United States, the State Department said Monday.
From China, where a wave of detentions targeted writers and
political commentators, to Iran with executions, to Burma with a
ruling junta not bound by any constitutional provisions, man's
inhumanity was a recurrent concern.
There were scattered positive developments, such as Saudi Arabia
sponsoring a conference on women's rights and permitting
formation of the kingdom's first human-rights group.
Overall, the findings were similar to those in three decades of
annual human-rights reports to Congress: Freedom remained
elusive. A total of 196 nations were monitored.
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The following two short stories are printed together in today's
Chicago Tribune, one above the other.
Denier of Holocaust set for deportation
Items compiled from
March 1, 2005
TORONTO, CANADA -- Canadian authorities prepared to deport
Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel to his native Germany, and
authorities there said Monday that he faces arrest on charges of
inciting racial hatred.
Zundel, author of "The Hitler We Loved and Why," has been held
in a Toronto jail for two years. Federal Court Justice Pierre
Blais ruled Friday that Zundel's activities were a threat to
national security and "the international community of nations."
Zundel's lawyer said his client would not appeal and was
expected to be deported as early as Tuesday. Zundel, a leading
proponent of white supremacy, claims the Nazi Holocaust never
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History of modern man
unravels as German scholar is exposed as fraud
Russia convinced Iran not pursuing nuclear weapons: Putin
MOSCOW (MNA) --
The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council,
Hassan Rowhani, met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in
Moscow on Friday.
meeting Putin stressed that Iran’s nuclear activities are
peaceful, adding that the Islamic Republic does not possess any
Criminals the lot of us
A WORLD IN DENIAL
"A 'non-democracy' means
any country the U.S. government happens to want to go to war
with ... When the U.S. government went to war with North
Vietnam, invaded Grenada, Panama, Afghanistan and Iraq, and
bombed Libya, Sudan, and Serbia – the U.S. was a "democracy,"
and therefore righteous, while the nations it attacked were
Ritter Says US Attack on Iran Planned for June 2005