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[Alain Soral, a leading French dissident, talks about his association with Robert Faurisson and the impact that his Revisionist work had on him, awakening him to the power of organized jewry and their persecution of anyone who doesn’t bow down and worship their “Shoah”.

NOTE: The English voice-over in the video is provided by the talented musician Alison Chabloz, another admirer of the late Faurisson, and who expresses her disbelief of those historical lies through stinging satirical songs!

 

KATANA.]

 

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Alain Soral

 

My Homage to

 

Robert Faurisson

 

 

Oct 2018

 

 

 

Click the link below to view the video:

 

https://alisonchabloz.com/2018/10/29/alain-soral-my-homage-to-robert-faurisson/

 

 

Alison Chabloz’s Description

 

Published on October 29, 2018

 

Of the many moving tributes following the recent death of Robert Faurisson, the video below is one of the most pertinent I have seen so far. Using today’s technology — featuring a mise en scène and dresscode worthy of note and which would certainly have met with Robert Faurisson’s approval — Alain Soral regales viewers with his in-a-nutshell analysis of the crucial importance of historical revisionism and the inestimable contribution made by Robert Faurisson.

 

Alain Soral is the founder of Égalité et Réconciliation, the leading dissident publication in France with seven million monthly clicks. He is also head of the publishing house Kontre Kulture. Mr Soral kindly granted me permission to translate his incisive impromptu text and redistribute the video below with voiceover in English. You can find the original here.

Many thanks to all who continue to support the revisionist cause.

 

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TRANSCRIPT

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Well, it brings great sadness, as well as the end of an era. I could talk about this in different ways, but I’d like to use the occasion to try and make others understand how one might come to the Revisionist’s school of thought. Because this sensibility, which eventually leads to asking questions and to looking into the professor’s work, needs to be explained. I wish to emphasis that I’m sad that he’s gone. At the same time I’ve been in his company fairly often recently.

 

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[Jim Rizoli, in Oct 2015, interviewed the now late Professor Robert Faurisson. Prof Faurisson, one of the “fathers” of “Holocaust” Revisionism passed away on Oct 22, 2018, aged 89.

KATANA.]

 

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Jim Rizoli

 

Interviews

 

Prof Robert Faurisson

 

Oct, 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click the link below to view the video on YouTube (may not be available in some locations):

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqRLnpJ_8ek&t=1838s

 

Also here on Bitchute:

 

https://www.bitchute.com/video/FbVcINOtox9k/

 

 

YouTube Description

Extraordinary Revisionists

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Jim Rizoli, Robert Professor Faurisson interview.

Published on Nov 9, 2015

 

 

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TRANSCRIPT

(114:46)

 

 

[00:00]

 

[Intro song] No one knows what it’s like to be a bad man, feel the sadness, behind the light, …

 

[00:33]

 

Jim: It’s a pleasure to meet you! I’ve seen a lot of your videos. I read your information, and I’m just amazed to see what you’ve been through. And I have a lot of questions for you. And I would like to ask you all these questions I have laid out for me. And the first question I’d like to ask you is, I would think anyway that you are the “patriarch” of the revisionist movement! Wouldn’t you say that?

 

Prof Faurisson: Yes, with brothers, my friends.

 

Jim: Okay. [chuckling] All right. First of all, where were you born?

 

Prof Faurisson: So, I was born in England, near London, in a place called Shepperton.

 

Jim: OK. All right.

 

Prof Faurisson: I was born to a Scottish mother and a need a French father.

 

Jim: All right.

 

Prof Faurisson: My father was working in a shipping company, in Fenchurch street, London. Excuse me?

 

Jim: What year? The year you were born?

 

Prof Faurisson: Oh, 1929. After Jesus Christ!

 

Jim: [laughing] OK! So you didn’t know Jesus?

 

Prof Faurisson: I’m nearly 87.

 

Jim: 87! Oh, okay, very good! All right. Well, you are getting up there. That’s good! Where did you go to school?

 

Prof Faurisson: At the beginning it was in Singapore, in an English school. A beautiful English school! I think it was 1934, ’35.

 

Jim: OK.

 

Prof Faurisson: Then in Japan, in Kobe in an American school. And then I came back to France. And my mates would mock me because of my English accent! Our shores. So I decided not to speak English any more!

 

Jim: Okay.

 

Prof Faurisson: And that’s why I have to ask you to pardon me my poor and broken English.

 

Jim: I think you speak just fine! You speak better than half the people in my country. [laughing]

 

Prof Faurisson: Oh really!

 

Jim: Yeah! We have are some problems with people speaking English in my country!

 

Prof Faurisson: I understand.

 

Jim: Let me ask you this, about your education. Can you tell us about your education?

 

Prof Faurisson: So my education was really in France and only in Catholic schools.

 

Jim: Okay.

 

Prof Faurisson: And I have to say something which is perhaps sad for you. I don’t know. It happens that I am in [word unclear] but I’ve always been in Catholic schools.

 

Jim: OK.

 

Prof Faurisson: And especially in a Jesuit school in [word unclear].

 

Jim: Okay, all right.

 

Prof Faurisson: And then I was also in a Catholic school, a very famous one in Paris, called College [word unclear].

 

Jim: Okay. Very good.

 

The big question here is, how did the “Holocaust” issue come into play with you? When did you start, or how did you start getting interested in that issue?

 

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Holocaust Eyewitnesses:

 

Is the Testimony Reliable?

 

UNCENSORED HOLOCAUST HISTORY

 

THE BARNES REVIEW • JULY/AUGUST 2013

 

By John Wear

 

 

 

INEVITABLY, WHEN ANYONE QUESTIONS THE GENOCIDE of European Jewry, the eyewitness testimony is raised as proof that the genocide happened. However, most of the eyewitness accounts of the holocaust story have proved to be extremely unreliable and at times even laughable. See for yourself.

 

 Holo Testimony 449

[Image] June 3, 1992, John Demjanjuk laughs in Israel’s Supreme Court in Jerusalem.

 

John Demjanjuk, a naturalized American citizen, was accused by eyewitnesses of being a murderous guard at Treblinka named Ivan the Terrible.

 

Demjanjuk was deported to Israel, and an Israeli court tried and convicted him primarily based on the eyewitness testimony of five Jewish survivors of Treblinka. Demjanjuk’s defense attorney eventually uncovered new evidence proving that the Soviet KGB had framed Demjanjuk, and that documents supposedly showing him to be a guard at Treblinka were Soviet forgeries. The Israeli Supreme Court ruled that the eyewitness accounts were not credible and that Demjanjuk was innocent. [1]

 

Holo Testimony 450

[Image] Frank Walus (right) next to Ernst Zundel.

 

Another example of false witness testimony of the holocaust story occurred in the case of Frank Walus, who was a retired Chicago factory worker charged with killing Jews in his native Poland during the war. An accusation by Simon Wiesenthal that Walus had worked for the Gestapo prompted the U.S. government’s legal action.

 

During Walus’ trial 11 Jews testified under oath that Walus had murdered Jews during the war. After a costly four-year legal battle, Walus was finally able to prove that he had spent the war years as a teenager working on German farms. An American Bar Association article published in 1981 concluded in regard to Walus’ trial that:

 

… in an atmosphere of hatred and loathing verging on hysteria, the government persecuted an innocent man.[2]

 

It would be impossible for me to discuss every eyewitness account of the Holocaust story. To illustrate the unreliability of eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust story, I will analyze the eyewitness accounts of probably its three most famous survivors: Elie Wiesel, Simon Wiesenthal, and Viktor Frankl.

 

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