No freedom to avoid confrontation with holocaust

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2017-04-04 22:14

These are stolpersteines (literal meaning: stumbling stone or stunbling block), concrete cubes bearing a brass plate inscribed with the name and life dates of of those thought to be deported by the Nazis. There are thousands of them in European streets.


By Carolyn Yeager

A COUPLE IN THE NETHERLANDS BROUGHT MORE ATTENTION ONTO THEMSELVES than they wanted when they sought to have a Holocaust memorial plaque removed from the street in front of their house. The plaque was in the form of a brass-covered cobblestone with the name of an an alleged holocaust victim, Joachim Elte, who had lived in their house when he was arrested and deported in 1943.

The couple said the cobblestone violated their privacy because they were reminded of death every time they stepped out their front door. They also said they had a child who died and the stone was an “upsetting” reminder of that event.

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SPLC is a hate group in disguise – time it was outlawed

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2017-04-02 22:59

Temple Beth Israel in Ann Arbor, Michigan where Dier Yassin Remembered has been carrying out weekly protests against Israel's apartheid policies.


By Carolyn Yeager

IS THERE ANY LOGIC BEHIND THE IDEA ONE WOULD ONLY QUESTION the Holocaust because one hates Jews and wants to harm them? Does anyone think that makes sense?

Apparently, the Southern Poverty Law Center does.

Deir Yassin Remembered (DYR), a local group in Ann Arbor, Michigan, has been placed on a list of hate groups compiled by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) under the subcategory of Holocaust denial. The group has been staging weekly protests outside Temple Beth Israel in Ann Arbor.

According to SPLC director Mark Potok, in a local Michigan radio interview:

Carolyn on Realist Report with John Friend

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2017-04-01 13:28
 
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I WAS INTERVIEWED ON JOHN FRIEND'S REALIST REPORT on Thursday, March 30 for almost two hours. Since I was told we would just be talking about articles from my web site, and I've become more slow-witted with age, I was caught unprepared for some of his questions. But we had a fun time exploring the usual issues (holocaust, hitler and the jews), plus Donald Trump's presidency. We found a lot of common ground. 

John is a great guy, easy to talk with, and very committed to defending truth in history wherever it takes him. He deserves your support.

Newly discovered telegram from Heinrich Himmler to Arab leader on anniversary of Balfour Declaration

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-03-31 20:41

Telegram from Heinrich Himmler to Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin-Al Husseini in 1943.


A “newly-discovered” 1943 telegram from Nazi commander Heinrich Himmler to the Mufti of Jerusalem was found in the archives of the National Library of Israel this week. It read:

"The National-Socialist movement of the great Germany has made its fight against world Jewry a guiding principle since its very beginning. For that reason, it has been closely following the battle of freedom-seeking Arabs - and especially in Palestine - against the Jewish invaders.

My response to Alan Dershowitz's essay “The origin of fake news in holocaust denial” published at Gatestone Institute

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2017-03-27 18:59

An American lawyer and Harvard law professor for many years, the 78-year-old Alan Dershowitz has always been a strong supporter of Israel.


By Carolyn Yeager

I DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT GATESTONE INSTITUTE, but it appears to be comprised of Neo-Conservative, pro-Israel Washington DC-New York types, with John R. Bolton paid to be the figurehead. I didn't think this essay written by Alan Dershowitz claiming holocaust denial to be an example of 'fake news' was up to any sort of quality standard, but Dershowitz himself is listed on the Board of Governors, so that explains it.

The well-known Jewish attorney takes the Trumpian theme of “fake news,” which perfectly fits the changing holocaust narrative through it's 73 years of existence, and turns it to mean denial of the holocaust is what constitutes fake news. I, on the other hand, have used the terms fake news and fake history to describe the holocaust itself.

Dershowitz brings up the importance of “facts and evidence” quite a number of times in distinguishing between the official holocaust narrative and holocaust denial, yet he produces not a single fact or piece of evidence in his argument. He starts out with a number of unproved statements presented as though they are fact. The underlining is all in the original – I didn't add any.

Investigations reveal "rising anti-Semitism" is secretly promulgated by Jews

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2017-03-24 19:10

19-year old Israeli-American dual citizen arrested for sending over 100 fake bomb threats to Jewish institutions has been identified as Michael Kaydar. Here, he covers his face on his way to arraignment in an Israel courtroom.(JACK GUEZ/AFP/Getty Images)


Even so, proponents of this narrative continue to label them “hate crimes” against Jews, while in reality they are hate crimes against Whites.

By Carolyn Yeager

FAKE NEWS ABOUT INTOLERANCE TOWARD JEWS has spanned the period from post WWII right up to the present time. This fake news has proliferated due to the 100% collusion of the corporate news media.

The intention behind the widespread reporting of such “intolerance” is to reinforce a persistent Jewish narrative that persecution and “hate” are directed toward Jews to the extent that they need extra protection beyond that offered to any other group.

The latest events to be given front-page headlines and broadcast airtime have been shown to be “false flags” – that is, carried out clandestinely by Jews with the intention of blaming anonymous White “haters” and "racists." They range from the usual swastika graffiti to fake bomb threats directed at Jewish community centers, schools and synagogues.

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British Government to 'celebrate' centenary of the Balfour Declaration

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2017-03-20 00:26

The brief letter Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour (picutred) wrote to Lord Rothschild in 1917 which came to be known as the Balfour Declaration. Enlarge


By Carolyn Yeager

FAKE HISTORY IN THE MAKING. The 100TH Anniversary of the UK's Balfour Declaration is coming up in November this year.

The Zionists have put up a web site celebratebalfour.org which looks similar in layout to the World Jewish Congress web site. However, it's copyrighted to The Israel Forever Foundation. Conservative UK Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged her government will celebrate the occasion with “remarkable, tolerant” Israel and Jews worldwide.

Britain's Conservative Party has a group called the “Conservative Friends of Israel” (similar to the US Republican Party's Friends of Israel group). In a speech to the CFI in December, May called the fateful letter written by Conservative foreign secretary Arthur James Balfour to Lord Rothschild in 1917 “one of the most important letters in history” which “demonstrates Britain's vital role in creating a homeland for the Jewish people.”

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Full Jewish press is on to keep Special Envoy for Anti-Semitism in State Department

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-03-15 22:17

President Donald Trump welcomes Rex Tillerson to his administration after Tillerson's swearing in as Secretary of State. Now the Department is facing budget cuts that are instigating a controversy with Jews.


This Special Office was originally opposed by the State Department, but George W. Bush thought it would help him carry Florida in 2004.

By Carolyn Yeager

AS PROMISED, A BIPARTISAN GROUP OF 167 MEMBERS OF CONGRESS [out of 435 – less than half] have signed a letter to President Donald Trump asking him to keep intact the State Department’s Office of Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism. As I posted on February 27, President Trump plans to cut billions of dollars from the State Department budget and this particular office is on the cutting board.

Rightly so, I would say.

But Jews and their allies in Congress are pushing to keep the 2004 legislation in place. The letter begins: “As Members of Congress who care deeply about anti-Semitism at home and abroad, we urge you to maintain and prioritize the appointment of the Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism.” The initiative was spearheaded by Jewish Representative Eliot Engel (D-NY) who also happens to be chairman of the World Jewish Congress International Council of Jewish Parliamentarians.

Of the five co-sponsors, three are also Jewish (Nita Lowey D-NY, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen R-FL, Ted Deutch D-FL), one is Black (Marc Veasey D-TX) and one is White Catholic who had been a sponsor in 2004 (Christopher H. Smith (R-NJ).

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Donald Trump, Jews, News

The 'Nazis' did not burn books - that is more fake history

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2017-03-15 12:21

By Carolyn Yeager

NAME ME ONE SINGLE INSTANCE WHEN THE 'NAZIS' - properly known as the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) - publicly, or privately, burned books.

You can't - because there is none.

Yet a letter from 'Walter' to Jeff Bezos has been circulating, in which he makes he following statement:

What would happen if other companies followed your lead? Where would it all end? Burning books like during the Nazi years?

Walter means well, but he is very much mistaken. I have seen similar sentiments in connection with Amazon's blacklisting of Holocaust Revisionist books, so I am setting the record straight. The one-time book-burning that did take place in 1933 was done by university students, not the NSDAP.

“Holocau$t i$ fake hi$tory” is not anti-Semitism

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2017-03-11 23:01

This neatly written phrase was spray-painted on a synagogue outer garden wall in Seattle's upscale Capitol Hill neighborhood Thursday night. It's being treated as a hate crime and blamed, by extension, on President Trump, but where is the hate?


By Carolyn Yeager

A REPORT AT THE HILL headlined it “anti-Semitic vandalism” and repeated that it is an “anti-Semitic act.”

The Seattle Times used the words “toxic expression” and “anti-Semitic, Holocaust-denying graffiti.” It may be holocaust-denying, but it is not anti-Semitic. The two are not the same.

Rabbi Daniel Weiner of Temple De Hirsch Sinai must be rubbing his hands with glee. A neighbor, thinking s/he was doing a good deed, covered the graffiti with a sheet on which was written “Love Wins”, but the rabbi took the sheet down.

“It was a very sweet gesture and touching, but we took it down … I think it’s extremely important that people see this.”

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