Honoring Revisionists' Total Victory on Jan. 27th

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2016-01-25 11:45

Wednesday, January 27 is the 3rd Annual Commemoration in Honor of the Revisionists Who Introduced Sanity to the Auschwitz “Death Camp” Narrative.

This year's theme is “Total Victory” on both the historical and scientific level (taken from Robert Faurisson's writings), even if it is not reflected yet in the media. The media continues to huff and puff in support of the false “death camp” narrative, in league with the UN-created “International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust,” (actually created by Israel at the UN).

At this time of year, fluff-type “holocaust survivor” stories pop up all over the mainstream media. This year we have learned of the world's oldest “survivor,” a 112 year old man in Israel. Of course, there is no proof of anything he says, but that has never been a requirement in the media. Just today a story appeared on the Germany state media outlet Deutsche Welle, written by Jewess Sarah Hofmann and featuring untrue “horror stories” from teary-eyed Jewish female survivors of “Nazi women's camps.” And on top of that, Chancellor Merkel opened an exhibit of "holocaust" art in Berlin just today (Jan. 25). The works are on loan from Yad Vashem!

Yes, literally every news outlet comes up with their offering(s) in support of the Jan. 27 “World Holocaust Remembrance Day.” This is dictated by Jews and Jews see that it is done.

On the other hand, the Jan27 Committee, in support of the Truth about WWII, created our own day of recognition for the courageous revisionists who continue to go up against these media lies, and we encourage YOU to support it by talking it up, especially to those not yet in the know. And to those with websites or who participate in forums, post a notice of this 3rd Annual Commemoration and link to the website www.jan27.org. Especially now.


Am I allowed to copy and paste your post on this subject from your site to my site and give you proper credit?
Michael Jeffrey

Thank you for asking. If you're speaking of the post you are commenting on, the answer is yes. Proper credit means a fairly prominent link to this website: http://carolynyeager.net/honoring-revisionists-total-victory-jan-27th

It's important to get the information out.