Censorship and Denial: end of the Shoah

I’d like to come back briefly to a couple of points I made in my previous post. Thanks to everyone for reading and especially for all the comments:

Troll strangler banned from Twitter

Firstly, regards the legal request sent to Twitter by the CRIF (French Jewish lobby), part of the email reads:

“We are notifying you of this request about your account so that you may decide whether or how you will respond. Please let us know by replying to this email whether you will remove the reported content. Please note that we may be obligated to take action regarding the content identified in the complaint in the future.”

TAKE ACTION AGAINST THE CONTENT IDENTIFIED…

What action would Twitter take? The tweet is still up. My video is still up on YouTube – although YouTube won’t let me monetise my revisionist songs as they’re not advertiser friendly. Nearly six thousand views of (((Survivors))) – no adverts allowed.

That’s three times more views than my song about Nemo. Is my little ditty being targeted because it mentions the dreaded Robert Faurisson? Do French tax payers approve of their funds being used by the Jewish lobby to trawl the Internet looking for stuff they can claim to feel offended by? It’s fair to assume that the CRIF will not be inviting me along to its annual dinner for a rendering. At least not the musical kind.

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In my last blog I also spoke of David Cole, David Irving, Mark Weber and the film, Denial. In a blog written for TakiMag last month, Cole slyly makes his case for semi-revisionism, still managing to smear Irving as an evil and wicked Jew hater for having had the audacity to try and sue Cole’s fellow Jew, Deborah Lipstadt.
Jew-Zionists still cling to their fairy tales and, more importantly, to the revenue generated by these fairy tales. Determined to guard their interests, they know that censorship is key, along with disinformation. Welcome to Democracy.

The Daily Mail will no doubt keep churning out Auschwitz monthly press releases, although in one recent report,  the “gas chambers” were strangely conspicuous by their absence. “Death camp” – yes, that is obligatory. But is the Auschwitz gas chamber now finally and forever relegated to the dustbins of history – even in the eyes of mainstream media?

Rather than being a box-office success, which seems unlikely, will the film Denial serve as an historic watershed ? Will the two Davids be invited on TV to gently break the news to audiences worldwide? All those school trips; endless Holocaust Memorial weeping pageants; Auschwitz, where everything is fake and even when something is real, they’ll try and tell you a fake story about what it was used for, e.g. women’s hair.

“Oh, but we’re not sure about the Ostland and the Aktion Reinhard camps. We *think* gassing took place there because, you see, that’s where the Holocaustᵀᴹ really happened. Everything’s ok. Keep the paycheck coming. No, I really don’t think it’s a good idea to publish those photos. Yes, Master, of course, Master, three bags full, Master.”

Coincidentally, I used to work with Taki at GstaadLife. We once met on the slopes of the Wasserngrat and shook hands. Soon after I left my job as editor, the English-speaking Swiss newspaper seemed to go somewhat downhill. Skiing down the Wasserngrat can also be a little bumpy at times – especially the top part of the black run – but it’s definitely much more fun than writing for a flagging brand. During my time there I did, however, learn a lot about blogging.

Back to Denial the film. First echoes from revisionists are positive. Despite his own revisionist ambiguity, David Irving is a wonderful military historian and a fine writer. The film reportedly pays robust tribute to these qualities. The verdict at the Lipstadt trial constitutes simply more evidence of the total power and control of the Jewish lobby over every organisation and institution out there. The only part of the verdict we hear is the one favourable to the lobby: Lipstadt did not defame David Irving by calling him a “Holocaust denier”. By this same verdict and indeed by his own reasoning and as the creator of a legendary video, David Cole is a “Holocaust denier” too. Cole agrees with Irving. The star of the Shoah we once all knew, Auschwitz, is well and truly over, passé, finished.

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Regarding my Twitter suspension, it’s going to take more than appeals to make Support robots wake up and listen. I fought both suspensions. Support told me I could choose which account I wanted to keep. Of course, I opted for my main account which has 3,500 followers. They wrote back and said that account was SUSPENDED FOR A VIOLENT THREAT AGAINST A NAUSEATING ANONYMOUS ZIOTROLL*- and that they wouldn’t be reinstating my back up account – 200 followers – either. Anonymous trolls rule Twitter! Hurrah for the trolls! Death to free speech!

One would think that the Jewish press would have a field day over my suspension. After all, there was a whole array of articles when one rather delicate Jewish lady took offence to my quenelle and reported me to police. That was literally the headline and substance of every story: “Jewish woman reports UK artist to police for being offended.” Perhaps the censorship angle of my Twitter ban doesn’t really do much to help the lobby’s image – hence the silence even from the avidly vexatious hacks at the Campaign Against Antisemitism – the UK Jewish lobby’s online Shomrim division.

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Finally, a word about the first reactions to my blog. I received notification from WordPress that a comment from a certain “Alison Mental” was waiting to be moderated. The comment said simply “HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA You’ve been suspended HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.”

Well, some people can be rather careless. Perhaps many aren’t aware that WordPress always provides the IP address of comments? My blog stats show that this comment was posted from Spain by a BT customer.

No!! It couldn’t possibly be..? Could it?

* Thanks to one of my correspondents who reminds me to say here that ‘Sicaro’ is likely a corrupted version of the Italian ‘sicario’ meaning ‘hired killer’ – no “i”. Being scared of a few words on Twitter and immediately running to Twitter Support and, allegedly, to police indicates that our hit man is, in reality, just another delicate flower. Bless.

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