But on one man's soul it hath broken,
A light that doth not depart;
And his look, or a word he hath spoken,
Wrought flame in another man's heart.
- Arthur O'Shaughnessy / 19th Century English / Irish
of the Fake News and Fake Academia which we have all been deeply steeped in since early childhood, all of us World War II
truthers were, at one time, "normies" on the subject. We therefore all owe a debt of gratitude to the researchers
and writers whose "light that doth not depart" .... "wrought flame" in our hearts.
According to the touching testimonials of many of "youse guys,"
and I, er, "The Editorial Board" of The Anti-New York Times and authors of "The
Bad War" kindled that flame for you. It has truly been our pleasure and honor. But we too were once normies,
and would still be so were it not for our own fire-starters.
These brave and "broken" (though not in spirit) writer-warriors who served as personal instructors and
motivators include The Great One, Little Joey Goebbels, Willis Carto, William Pierce, Leon DeGrelle, David Irving,
Ernst Zundel and Valhalla's newest arrival, the recently-departed Robert Faurisson of France ---
whose highly unflattering obituary in "the paper of record" only serves to confirm the unerring nature of his scholarship
as well as the heroic content of his noble character.
Were it not for men like
Monsieur Faurisson passing the torch of enlightenment in this dark world of insanity, highly-effective truth tools such as
TomatoBubble.com and the "The Bad War" would never have been created.
The Slimes unloads its filth
right out of the gate:
a former literature professor turned anti-Semitic propagandist whose denial of the Holocaust earned him multiple prosecutions,
died on Sunday at his home in Vichy, France. He was 89."
As a "Holocaust Denier" ™, Faurisson distinguished himself by breaking
through the barriers of the mainstream media of France when he managed to get an article published in Le Monde -- the most
"respected" newspaper in all of France -- in 1978. Titled “The Problem of the Gas Chambers, or the
Rumor of Auschwitz,” the article brought immediate and intense Jew heat down upon the newspaper. The controversy
had the unintended effect of launching the obscure professor of French Literature from the University of Lyon to "rock-star"
status among "anti-Semites" ™.
In addition to demolishing the myth of "zee gas chambers" ™,
Faurisson also wrote a book dispelling the authenticity of "The Diary of Anne Frank" ™.
In 1989, the very small Faurisson was severely beaten in a park near his home by a cowardly band of thugs calling
itself "Sons of Jewish Memory." In 1990, he became the first person in France to be convicted under a law that
criminalized "Holocaust Denial ™."
fearless Frenchmen's bold assertions continued to draw attention in a French press which was evidently far more freer back
then that it is today. Growing older and under constant threat of heavy fines, Faurisson faded from view over the last decade
-- but not totally. The most recent judgment against him came in November 2016, when a French court fined him 10,000 euros
($11,400 dollars) for propounding “negationism” in interviews published on the Internet.
Scorned and persecuted at home, in 2012, Faurisson was welcomed and
lauded in Iran, where he received a prize for his excellent research from then-President, the feisty Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The much-maligned David Duke, another of our personal flame-kindlers and a highly under-rated scholar in
his own right, was also welcomed at that "Holocaust Denial" ™ conference.
Mr. Faurisson is survived by his wife, Anne-Marie, two sons and a daughter. Au revoir, adieu and merci; grand homme. What you did in life, will echo long after you've departed, right here in the cyber-pages of the
ANYT -- in spite of what the filthy slandering vermin at Sulzberger's Slimes have to say about you.