The Heretics' Hour: Holo forgeries and Another Look at the Wannsee Conference

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2012-12-31 19:08
 
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Dec. 31, 2012

After a brief personal review of 2012, Carolyn gives examples of photo fakery used in photographs that “prove” the “Holocaust” happened. Some are on her website Elie Wiesel Cons The World (the three most recent posts). While many forgeries are known – mostly composite photos where unrelated images are combined in one photo – many more could probably be found, and should be found. Check out the bears of Treblinka at Scrapboolpages Blog. Carolyn discusses the difficulty of recognizing these things until they are pointed out.

Two French Jews have discovered the Elie Wiesel tattoo controversy and are saying Wiesel is harming the Holocaust Industry, just as Nicholas Grüner claims too, and that Jewish organizations should put a stop to Elie’s irresponsible behavior! But they will not get anywhere either.

There was no Wannsee Conference taking place on Jan. 20, 1942, and if some kind of conference did, Reinhard Heydrich (pictured at right) was not there. Wilf Heink, in a five-part article at Revisionist Blog, demonstrates conclusively that Heydrich was in Prague attending to important official business on the 19th and 20th of January, leaving no time to go to Berlin during snowy winter weather for an important meeting there from 12 noon until at least 3 p.m on the 20th. The Wannsee Protocol document is a forgery by Robert Kempner, Jewish prosecutor at the Nuremberg IMT and follow-up trials.

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  1. Charles Traynor

    January 7, 2013 at 1:08 pm

    Happy New Year Carolyn, and congratulations on being labelled an “authentic Nazi” by the forces of darkness. ;-)

    You mentioned DNA testing very briefly on the show. I’ve thought about being tested too and bookmarked this genetic genealogy website years ago (I’m still procrastinating). Perhaps someone reading this might be tempted to take action.

    http://www.dnaancestryproject.com/

    Those of British and Irish extraction might also be interested in reading Four Flags: The Indigenous People of Britain by Arthur Kemp. This booklet covers DNA, history and the right to existence of the native inhabitants of the British Isles.

    “In April 2009 more than 122 Members of Parliament at Westminster signed a declaration which affirmed that there was no such thing as an indigenous people in Britain.”

    Using DNA evidence Mr. Kemp proves the traitors wrong.

  1. Carolyn

    January 8, 2013 at 11:32 am

    Hi Charles. Thanks for the link. I’m going to do it, but I won’t say when.

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