Zionists Attack Truth-Seeking Scholars
Jews will once again subject Robert Faurisson (aged 78) to a trial for “holocaust denial.” The French judicial police served Faurisson a summons demanding that he appear in court this Thursday (24 Jan 08). Faurisson is charged with attending the December 11, 2006 conference in Iran titled, “Review of the Holocaust: Global Vision.”
This will be the fifteenth time that Jews have hauled Faurisson into court. Jews have already frozen his bank account, while court officials have repeatedly visited his home, threatening him and his wife with seizure of their furniture to pay for financial "damages" caused by his “heretical” remarks.
Faurisson is arguably the most thorough of all examiners of the holo-hoax. Ernst Zündel, Gemar Rudolph and others are in prison, but Jews consider Faurisson enemy #1, because of the meticulousness of his work. And since the holo-hoax cannot be defended with reason and science, Jews use oppressive laws and prison sentences to protect it from rational criticism. In many cases they use extreme violence, as you will see later in this post. Fortunately the Goyim are too cowardly to resist Jewish terrorism.
At the Iran conference, Faurisson said that for the past 32 years, he has been waiting for someone to show him one of the chambers where Jews where supposedly gassed during the holo-hoax.
In July 2006, a Paris court convicted Faurisson of “holocaust denial” because of remarks made by Faurisson on the Sahar 1 Iranian satellite channel in February 2005. Faurisson was given a three-month suspended prison term, and was also fined 7,500 euros.
The former Prime Minister of France, Dominique de Villepin, said, "We [the French people] are in a democracy. Everyone has the right to express his views freely.”
Therefore all defamatory remarks against Muslims or Islam are protected as “free speech.”
However, any questioning of the holo-hoax or Jewish atrocities is illegal.
The Gayssot Act of 1990 – initiated by President Jaques Chirac -- prohibits any questioning or examination of the holo-hoax.
Faurisson’s specialty is examining documents and manuscripts. In 1991 he was fired from his university post for questioning the holo-hoax. He was charged with violating the Gayssot Act, (Loi Gayssot) passed on 13 July 1990 that makes it illegal in France to question the holo-hoax. The law was proposed by the communist deputy Jean-Claude Gayssot, and is one of several European laws that make it illegal to examine the holo-hoax.
Its first article states that "any discrimination founded on the membership or non-membership to an ethnic group, a nation, a race or a religion is prohibited."
Discrimination against Muslims, of course, is permissible.
When Faurisson was terminated at the university, he appealed to the ICCPRHRC (International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Human Rights Committee). This is a UN group that polices literature for any questioning of the holo-hoax. (It is not to be confused with the more high-profile Commission on Human Rights, a Charter-based mechanism, or its replacement, the Human Rights Council, which of course is controlled by Jews.)
Faurisson said the Gayssot Act violated international law. The ICCPRHRC disagreed, saying the Gayssot Act is necessary to counter “possible anti-Semitism.”
In 1991 Faurisson (collaborating with Siegfried Verbeke” published the Dutch-language brochure Het "Dagboek" van Anne Frank. Een kritische benadering ( The “Diary” of Anne Frank - A Critical Evaluation). The examination concluded that the “diary” is a forgery, since the original handwritten manuscript cannot be that of a child. The brochure was outlawed in the Netherlands.
Faurisson was born on January 25, 1929, in Shepperton, England. His father was French and his mother was Scottish. In his youth he attended schools in Singapore, Japan, and France. He was educated at a Lycée in Paris, and at the renowned Sorbonne. He received his "State Doctorate" in letters and the humanities from the Sorbonne in 1972, where he also taught from 1969 to 1974. From 1974 until 1990, he was a professor of French literature at the University of Lyon II. He is a recognized specialist of text and document analysis, and is the author of four books on French literature.
Faurisson took the stand as a witness to defend Ernst Zündel in the 1985 and 1988 Jewish trials in Toronto. He brought in Fred Leuchter, an American gas chamber specialist who had personally examined Nazi detention camps. Faurisson also spent hundreds of hours -- often working all day and very late into the night -- preparing questions used by defense attorney Doug Christie to demolish prosecutors.
(Side note: On 7 May 1995, Jews attacked Ernst Zündel’s home in Toronto. A few days later, Jews sent Zündel a booby-trapped package, which Zündel turned over to the police, who exploded it).
During an interview in December 1980 with the French radio network "Europe 1," Faurisson summarized the result of his historical research:
“The alleged gas chambers and the alleged genocide of the Jews constitute one and the same historical lie, which has made possible a gigantic financial-political fraud, the principal beneficiaries of which are Israel and international zionism. The principal victims are the German people -- but not their leaders -- and the entire Palestinian people.”
For these words, Faurisson was convicted in July 1981 of “racial defamation and incitement to racial hatred” (even though Jews are not a race). He was given a suspended three month prison sentence, fined several thousand francs, and ordered to pay 3.6 million francs for the cost of making public the verdict on television and in periodicals. However, in June 1982 an appeals court threw out the charge of incitement to racial hatred and eliminated the 3.6 million franc payment.
In June 1995 a Paris court ordered Faurisson to pay a fine of $3,000 for writing Réponse ŕ Jean-Claude Pressac sur le problčme des chambres ŕ gaz ("Response to Jean-Claude Pressac on the problem of the gas chambers"). Henri Roques, another French revisionist, was likewise fined $3,000 by the court for distributing the work.
On 25 September 1997, the Jews charged Faurisson for a statement made in April 1996 about the Garaudy-Abbé Pierre affair in which he mentioned "the imposture of the Nazi gas chambers." During the trial, Faurisson told the court: "We are only three years away from the year 2000, and there are billions of people who are asked to believe in something they have never seen and don't even know how it worked!"
The prosecutor asked for a new kind of sentence: either imprisonment or a fine, to which Faurisson responded by declaring: "I shall not buy and shall not pay for my freedom. No one has ever bought me and no one will ever buy me."
On 23 October 1997 the court found him “guilty” and ordered him to pay 120,600 francs ($20,000), divided into three parts: 50,000 francs as a fine, 20,600 francs for the Jewish prosecutor, and 50,000 to pay for the publication of the summary of the court's judgment in two daily newspapers.
Three months later the Jews charged him again. In December 1997 Faurisson received a summons from a Paris court official for an essay, "The Horned Visions of the Holocaust," that had been posted on a website without his prior knowledge or approval. In this piece Faurisson wrote, "The Holocaust of the Jews is a fiction."
He responded to the summons with a stern letter in which he declared his refusal to "collaborate" with French justice authorities and police in the repression of revisionism.
Three months after that, the Jews attacked again. On March 16, 1998, Faurisson had to appear before a Paris court to stand trial for a short definition of "revisionism," as inaccurately reported in a newspaper.
The following month, Dutch Jews launched an attack. On April 8, 1998 Faurisson was ordered to stand trial in Amsterdam for the publication in 1991 in Dutch of his detailed analysis of the Anne Frank Diary. The Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam and the Anne Frank Fonds in Basel, Switzerland, jointly brought the legal action. The Museum complained that Faurisson’s work made it necessary to provide “special training” for museum guides who had been awakened, and that Faurisson’s critique might reduce the number of museum visitors, and therefore museum revenues.
On October 3, 2006, a Paris court found Faurisson guilty of “Holocaust denial” for having said, during an interview with Iranian television, that “there was never” a single execution gas chamber used by the Germans during World War II.
As you can see, the Jews really want to silence this guy.
Jewish terrorists physically attacked Faurisson ten times between November 1978 and May 1993. None of the Jewish terrorists was ever brought to justice. The attack on September 16, 1989 (photo above) almost killed him. A Jewish terrorist group that called itself "The Sons of the Memory of the Jews" claimed responsibility. None were charged with a crime.
Three young Jews set a trap for the 60-year-old scholar, waiting until he was out walking his dog. They hit him with pepper spray, knocked him to the ground, and then repeatedly kicked him in the face and chest. Faurissaon only managed to get to the hospital because a passerby saw him lying on the ground. Badly injured, he had to undergo a lengthy surgical operation.