News/Articles January/February 2016
Auschwitz guard on trial for helping in 170,000 murders 'made hell possible' says a survivor born inside the Nazi death camp
Germany's twilight Nazi trials about more than justice
"Such trials have been pivotal in Germany in building a national consciousness about the scale of the war crimes."
After 70 years historians have been unable to come up with a single piece of physical evidence supporting the 'extermination of 6,000,000 Jews' dogma
Bigotry against Germans is “hilarious”
Flyers claiming Holocaust was a 'fraud' found at Melbourne uni
Germans Expelled From Czechoslovakia After WWII Drop Territorial Claims
Rape - bad, kissing guys - OK: Migrants handed cartoon guide on how to behave in west
The Liberal Youth of Sweden: Allow incest and necrophilia
Sleep deprivation linked to false confessions
After being tortured for three days including being deprived of sleep, Hoess finally signed his confession under oath, a 20 pages long affidavit written in English – a language he did not speak.
Pillar of the Holocaust extermination thesis
How the British Obtained the Confessions of Rudolf Höss
The Torture and False Confession of Rudolf Höss
Multiculturalism has proven divisive, not coalescent, so let’s ditch it
Hollywood Strikes Again Cultural Marxism through the medium of big box-office movies
Roger Waters: Pink Floyd star on why his fellow musicians are terrified to speak out against Israel
Zuckerberg on refugee crisis: 'Hate speech has no place on Facebook'
Mussolini's Italian hometown plans fascism museum
Willis Carto will be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday, February 17th at 2 p.m.
Family and Friends who wish to attend will meet at the Administration Building, Main Entrance, one hour earlier at 1 p.m. with their cars.
There will be a graveside service.
will be buried with full military honors.
Willis A. Carto, American Patriot
Arlington National Cemetery
the final resting place for many of the nation's greatest heroes
'Our Most sacred Shrine'
Willis Carto, World War Two veteran and recipient of the Purple Heart, a United States military decoration given to those wounded or killed whilst serving.
Willis Carto, Rest in Peace
HORST MAHLER 23 January 1936
12 years and 11 months
(imprisoned since 25 February 2009)
for questioning the Great Lie of “the Holocaust”
Horst Mahler's appeal for freedom rejected
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