Another woman accuses Bill Clinton of sexual assault

Published by admin on Thu, 2016-10-20 09:24

This is the video of Leslie Millwee describing her experience as a 20-year-old with Governor of Arkansas Bill Clinton in 1980.

By Carolyn Yeager

A NEW BILL CLINTON ACCUSER HAS COME FORTH, which should give one pause about a Clinton presidential team taking officethat is, the governing team of Hillary and Bill.

Leslie Millwee, a married woman with children, appears in a video with Aaron Klein, recounting how Bill Clinton took advantage of her in a small editing room when she was a 20-year-old reporter. Millwee was working for a television news station in 1980 in the Fort Smith/Fayetteville, Arkansas market area. She said Clinton singled her out, calling her “pretty girl,” touching her and often asking after her at the station by name. Three times, she said, he came up behind her as she sat in an editing room chair and held her while he rubbed his genitals against the back of her neck. He eventually knocked on the door of her apartment one night, asking to be let in, she recounted, but she did not speak or open the door.

Why would they lie?

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-10-15 01:27

By Carolyn Yeager

THIS QUESTION HAS BEEN ASKED FOR THE PAST FEW DAYS BY FEMALE PUNDITS and news show hosts, and all liberal Democrats on TV … about the women who are coming forth to accuse Republican nominee for president, Donald Trump, of forcing unwanted sexual advances on them. What reason would they have for lying? It was asked the other night by Megyn Kelly of Fox News, with a sorrowful look on her face as she seemed to be trying to make her eyes water to demonstrate how seriously she takes it.

But this question is one those of us engaged in historical revisionism are very familiar with. In holocaust revisionism, especially, it is used as a standard defense for the wild stories told by survivors (or surlievors, as I call them) without any corroborating evidence or witnesses to back them up. Why would they lie about such a thing, it is asked. What reason do they have to lie?

How naive. Plenty of reasons, is the answer.

Thousands of African invaders picked up off Libya coast and brought to Europe

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2016-10-07 13:50

One out of 30 overcrowded vessels that left Libya on Tuesday whose inhabitants were picked up by European rescue ships and delivered to Italy, where they will remain. Does this make sense?

IF SUB-SAHARAN AND OTHER AFRICANS CAN MANAGE TO GET A LITTLE WAY OUT IN THE WATER off the coast of Libya, packed into a rubber dinghy, they can be picked up by European Navy ships that are patroling the Mediterranan Sea - and brought to Europe.

They never return to Africa. Even though the Africans invaders are still much closer to Libya when they are 'rescued', they are taken to migrant centers in Italy, where they sit indefinitely unless they escape into Europe, headed to Germany or the UK in search of the best welfare handouts.

And guess who is ultimately responsible for this - Hillary Clinton, who works in league with George Soros. She insisted on bringing down Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi when she was Secretary of State and turn Libya into a war zone.  She used our US armed forces to do this dirty work. Now she wants to bring down Syran leader Bashar Al-Assad to make it a permanent war zone, necessitating more migration.

Donald Trump is our Andrew Jackson

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-10-04 14:56

Andrew Jackson was elected President of the United States of America in 1828; Donald Trump will be elected 188 years later. What similarities do they share as political figures?

By Carolyn Yeager

FORGET RONALD REAGAN. TRUMP IS BIGGER AND BOLDER in his views and potential as a change-maker than our 40th president ever was. If elected, Trump will be equal to no less than our 7th president, the great Andrew Jackson.

I am not an expert on all the details of US history, but over the years I've come to appreciate Andrew Jackson to the point that I call him my favorite president. He was an interesting individual, and I like that he fought so hard for the people against the vested interests of the time, which were basically the same as now. I like that he put the American people, his people, first. He is nowadays condemned for the so-called “Trail of Tears” forced Indian relocation, and American schoolchildren are taught to see him as a terrible president for that reason. But I think he had his priorities straight in protecting his own people.


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A brief overview of Thomas Dalton's "The Holocaust: An Introduction"

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-10-03 01:15

by Carolyn Yeager

THE FULL TITLE IS THE HOLOCAUST: AN INTRODUCTION -- EXPLORING THE EVIDENCE, which may mean it is the first of a series and there is at least one more coming. I didn't ask about that because this slender paperback of 120 pages stands alone just fine. Some might say about this book: Do we need another introductory level revisionist book? Hasn't it all been covered already?

Yes to both questions. We need this book because its fundamental premise is that the debate is over, the revisionists have won. It makes clear that unless the holocaust historians – or the keepers of the holocaust, as I would call that group – can come up with some new evidence for their claims, they have lost. What this book sets out to prove, in very simple language, is that the standard holocaust story is not based on evidence at all, never has been, for the reason there is no evidence for it. Lacking evidence, the keepers of the holocaust rely on the cooperation of the law, the mainstream media in its broadest sense, and the most prestigious academic institutions to give the official WW2 narrative public credibility.

Britain's Rabbi Sacks explains antisemitism

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2016-10-02 14:53

Jonathan Sacks was encouraged to become a rabbi by Menachem M. Schneerson, the leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement, which means it's not so much religious as about "what's good for the jews."

By Carolyn Yeager

ON SEPTEMBER 27 IN A LECTURE GIVEN TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, former Chief Rabbi of Britain, Sir Jonathan Sacks (above), who was invited to speak by president Martin Schultz, declared that:

"Antisemitism is not about Jews, antisemitism is about antisemites."

If it's not about Jews, why is he so worried about it? I guess because he describes antisemites as "people who can't accept their own failure and instead have to blame someone else (the Jews)."

This man is in deep denial. How can millions of non-Jews, most of whom are not failures at all, be the reason Jews are so widely unpopular? The problem has to be at least partly with the Jews.  He also told the parliament:

"Antisemitism is symptom of a disease"

He means a mental disease, a sickness of the mind. But he then turned it into a legal problem, by saying:



New! Yehuda Bacon memoir at Elie Wiesel Cons The World

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2016-10-01 16:18

Another surlievor memoir—more Mengele, smoking chimneys and senseless murder from Yehuda Bacon

Yehuda Bacon says he drew this ‘portrait’ of his father going up in smoke at Auschwitz when he was 16 years old. He became an artist and teacher, known for his fantastical holocaust images.

By Carolyn Yeager

Bild, Germany's most popular tabloid, has reported on a newly-published memoir by yet another holocaust surlievor, the “world-famous” artist, Yehuda Bacon (not be be confused with Yehuda Bauer of Yad Vashem). Yes, Bacon is the surname of this Orthodox Jewish man, apparently honestly come by in case you're thinking it's a bad joke.

Bild informs us the memoir is comprised of a series of conversations between psychologist and author Dr. Manfred Lütz and the the subject. That means Bacon is not capable of writing it himself. A part was previewed in Bild, and that  inspired a hack writer to produce the sensationalized article that appeared in the Daily Mail Online. The Daily Mail is a British tabloid, pretty much the equivalent of Bild in Germany. Holocaust stories are fodder for tabloids – they love and can’t get enough of them. Continue reading at Elie Wiesel Cons The World

Professor Robert Faurisson found guilty of racial defamation in French court

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2016-09-29 16:29

Robert Faurisson (right) with unidentified man at the Paris correctional court on Sept. 27, where he was sentenced to 4 months imprisonment (suspended) and a €4,000 fine.

IN AN EMAIL FROM DAMIEN VIGUIER, ROBERT FAURISSON'S BARRISTER, to certain interested parties, it was learned that on September 27th, the 17th chamber of the Paris correctional court ruled that Professor Faurisson was guilty of one charge out of the three that were prosecuted against him on June 21.

All charges stemmed from the talk Faurisson gave in Tehran in 2006 titled “The Victories of Revisionism” and his published paper of that name. [See also Faurisson's recent follow-up at] The lawsuit was brought, as usual, by the Jewish LICRA [International League against Racism and Anti-Semitism], who were granted €3,000 in damages and €2,000 in legal costs. Adding that to the fine of €4,000, the total judgment amounts to €9,000.

Federal hostage Beate Zschäpe testifies in court

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2016-09-29 12:19

Beate Zschape in court Thursday with the lawyer she switched to when she insisted on telling her side, preparing to read a statement.

AFTER REMAINING SILENT SINCE HER TRIAL BEGAN IN 2013 – except for a statement read by her attorney last year in which she admitted guilt for her two friends Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt – 41-year-old Zschäpe read a short statement in court on Thursday.

She said that after the German reunification in 1990, she “identified with nationalist ideology.” But now she has changed, she said, and today: "I judge people not by their origin and political affiliation but by their behavior."

She added, “I regret my own misconduct. I condemn what Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt did to the victims."



Would Elie Wiesel have joined Saul Friedlander in threatening to “quit the U.S.” if Donald Trump is elected in November?

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2016-09-27 13:18

Israeli writer (but with U.S. citizenship) Saul Friedlander poses in a hotel in Paris, on September 22, 2016, the day of this interview. (AFP/Christophe Archambault)

By Carolyn Yeager

It’s very possible that Wiesel would have gone that far, even though Trump is deferential to Israel. Wiesel would have been on the side of his friend, Barack Obama (image right), and therefore supported Hillary Clinton. Just how sharply he would have  addressed Trump is something we can now only imagine. But we might get an idea from the growing number of ‘progressive’ American celebrities who are proclaiming their distaste at the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency and their promise to abandon their country if their worst nightmare should come true. A significant portion of those celebrities are Jews, even in the face of Trump's enthusiastic support for Israel and his close connections to Jews.

Among this group, Holocaust historian Saul Friedlander is the latest high-profile Jew to threaten to leave the United States if Donald Trump becomes president. Continue reading at Elie Wiesel Cons The World