Monthly Archives: March 2011

Let’s read “The Barnes Review” (March/April 2011) – contd

Continuing our roundup of the March/April 2011 issue of The Barnes Review… Deanna Spingola writes a meandering article with an extensive bibliography about “false flag” operations, which are defined as frame-ups in which a government orchestrates a violent tragedy (or … Continue reading

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IHR is in trouble; Mark Weber show recap

The big news in the land of the Holocaust-denying Institute for Historical Review is that they claim to have lost their lease and need to move out by the end of June. Mark Weber, director of the Institute for Historical Review, did … Continue reading

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SSPX: Modern Jews responsible for killing Jesus

The Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), the preeminent traditionalist Catholic organization in the world, has issued a statement disagreeing with Pope Benedict’s recent exoneration of the Jewish people for the sin of deicide. SSPX affirms that “The responsibility of the … Continue reading

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Norwegian lawmaker Anders Mathisen denies the Holocaust

The JTA reports that a Norwegian member of parliament named Anders Mathisen publicly denied the Holocaust in a newspaper called Finnmarken. Here’s the original article in Norwegian, and here’s a Google translation. Apparently this whole things started when Mathisen began … Continue reading

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Mark Weber has a new radio show… or does he?

Not sure what to make of this: IHR and the Reason Radio Network both say that IHR Director Mark Weber has a new internet radio show called “The Mark Weber Report,” whose first episode was supposed to have aired on … Continue reading

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