Saturday Afternoon: A Chat with Hadding Scott

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2012-06-16 12:54
 
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June 16, 2012

Hadding Scott is Carolyn’s guest for two hours of “movement” talk,  beginning with how Hadding got started into historical revisionist thinking. Already at university, he was asking uncomfortable questions and speaking out. He joined the National Alliance in the early 1990′s and shortly met and got to know Dr. William Pierce. After Pierce’s death, Hadding authored 8 American Dissident radio broadcasts in 2003. Scott has long been a presence on the Internet. His current websites are National-Socialist WorldviewThe Legacy of Dr. William PierceSetting the Record Straight,  and Deutsche Wochenchau, a collection of German WWII newsreels.

One of his latest articles “Our Weapon – The Truth” was published at The Occidental Observer.  Hadding taught himself Latin, Greek and German.

The image shown at right is a favorite of his -  “Mercury Appearing to Aeneas” by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (1757). Mercury tells the Trojan refugee that he must leave the easy life that he has found in Carthage and fulfill Jupiter’s plan by founding Rome.

Saturday Afternoon with Carolyn: Interview with Vincent Reynouard

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2012-06-09 12:45
 
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June 9, 2012

Carolyn Yeager talks with French Revisionist Vincent Reynouard about his life and work. Some of the topics of discussion are:

- Vincent’s first revisionist work – he was introduced to “Holocaust” at age 14.

- The various prosecutions and convictions lodged against him:  Six since 1992.

- His work, from brochures, pamphlets and a book on Oradour sur Glane when he was still a public school teacher in the ’90′s to his latest feature-length video, “Holocaust,” and his rebuttal of three “court historians” who challenged Robert Faurisson’s “No Holes, No Holocaust.”

- The discrepancy between the contemptuous “put-down” of revisionists as cranks and “deniers” … and the number of special laws passed in Western nations, extending even to the UN (!), to shut them up.

- What Revisionism could do if it had the money.

The French government won’t allow Vincent to work to earn a living, plus anything he earns will be seized by the government to pay court costs and fines. Please contribute to Vincent, preferably on an on-going basis ($10 a month). Go here for current information.

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