Tuesday, February 14, 2012

For at least the fifth time, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has denounced the taboo of “the Holocaust” or “Shoa”


In December 2006 Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, had invited revisionists as well as anti-revisionists to Tehran to speak freely at an international conference on “the Holocaust”, an occasion that was to end with the resounding defeat of the chief representative of the anti-revisionist case, an Iranian academic and “visiting professor” at an American university.



On June 3, 2009, in Rome, the Iranian President stated: “Today in Europe it seems the Holocaust can no longer be talked about freely. I hope that some governments manage to free themselves from the Zionists in order to let the black box of the Holocaust be opened”.


On September 18 of the same year he declared: “If the Holocaust that you talk about was real, why don’t you allow the subject to be studied? One can freely research any issue, except for this issue, which is sealed. It is a black box, which they do not allow to be opened or re-examined. They do this in order to exploit it. We say to them: This affair, which was so important, which served as a pretext for a certain land to be occupied, for many wars to be waged, for millions to be displaced, for hundreds of thousands to be killed or wounded, for families to be destroyed, for the entire Middle East region to be living under the shadow of threats and insecurity... If this event is so important, why don’t you allow it to be deciphered and opened, so that the truth and the facts about it will be revealed to all the peoples?” 



then, for September 18, 2009:

A conference on Hollywoodism



On February 2, 2012, in tandem with the thirtieth International Fajr Film Festival in Tehran, President Ahmadinejad inaugurated an international conference, again open to revisionists and anti-revisionists alike, on Hollywoodism, that is a certain propaganda through films, Americano-Zionist in nature, tending at times to glorify “the Holocaust” or “the Shoa”. Amongst the participants at this conference were three anti-Zionist and anti-revisionist rabbis, respectively from Britain, the United States and Canada, along with some other Americans (one of them a Jewish intellectual) and a large French contingent. My own paper bore the explicit title “Against Hollywoodism, Revisionism”. As for the revisionist Vincent Reynouard, he is the victim of a travel ban by our government and was thus unable to attend but his collaborator, Marie Bruchet, showed and commented on a remarkable documentary about Hollywoodism. The academic Maria Poumier read a highly inspired text, in a sense comparable to the address delivered before, at the opening of the conference, by Dr Ahmadinejad. A talk by historian Paul-Eric Blanrue, distributed in English and French, dealt with the Zionist entity, its “heart”, “lungs” and “brain”, a “brain” stricken with Shoatic obsession. Beatrice Pignède presented her film Main basse sur la Mémoire (“Making off with Remembrance”), all about the French anti-revisionist Fabius-Gayssot Act of 1990. For technical reasons, two other films could not be screened at the time but will be shown in Tehran at a later date: Paul-Eric Blanrue’s A Man - Robert Faurisson, and Dieudonné’s L’Antisémite. For his part, Italian Professor Claudio Moffa told again, in French and with no concessions to the adversary, of his risky experience of defending revisionism at the universities of Rome and Teramo. Also attending were delegations from Spain, Greece, Egypt, Azerbaijan, ... Apart from the uncouth behaviour of a member of the American delegation, to whom Marie Bruchet and Dieudonné deftly retorted, the conference took place in a courteous although at times tense atmosphere. It was accompanied and followed by a considerable number of interviews, appearances on radio or television, and academic papers.



On February 11, 2012, nine days after the opening of the conference on Hollywoodism, Dr Ahmadinejad, in a speech celebrating the 33rd anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, declared: “The West and the colonialists, in order to dominate the world, created an idol called the Zionist regime. The spirit of this idol was a story called the Holocaust. The Iranian nation, with courage and wisdom, smashed this idol, to free the people of the West” (a recording of this passage, with simultaneous English translation, is on line at http://tmtv.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=5ca737d06df22dd67f77).



Le Point of February 2, 2012: the rout of the “Holocaust” or “Shoa” historians


For some years now it has been clear that, on the historical and scientific level, the proponents of “the Holocaust” and “the Shoa” are routed. In this regard I advise laymen to read attentively the French magazine Le Point of February 2, 2012 which, on the cover, pompously announced: “Historical revelations [on] the Nazi plot / How Hitler and Himmler prepared the Final Solution / A book that’s causing controversy / Testimonies of the last survivors”. Pages 62-75, under the cover of the usual rhetoric, reveal how the case for an alleged policy of physical extermination of the Jews has become scientifically untenable even amongst conventional historians or authors who, more than ever, for want of finding any proof, one single proof of such a policy on the part of the Third Reich, are reduced to speculations which they themselves know are essentially speculations. This issue of Le Point happens to be dated the very day when, in Tehran, President Ahmadinejad opened the conference on Hollywoodism, an event during which he handed me and a few others a mark of his personal esteem before receiving me for a private discussion.



Ahmadinejad occupies quite a prominent position and his courage is undeniable but, as concerns us, he is a revisionist amongst other revisionists, and it is for this reason that the revisionists of the world can only pay him tribute. Besides, more than courageous, his conduct is heroic. The man and his people, cruelly affected by the West’s blockade, aspire only to peace. It is absurd to claim that Iran would take the initiative of launching atomic bombs or any other bombs on the State of Israel, since inevitably those bombs would kill and maim as many Muslims and Christians as Jews.


If there is nonetheless a bomb that Ahmadinejad will not hesitate to use, it is the one I have called “the poor man’s atomic bomb”, the bomb of revisionism which, killing or maiming no one, will get the better of a huge imposture, – that of “the Holocaust” or “Shoa” – which, for its part, serves to justify ad infinitum new wars and new crusades. Too many minds in the Western world remain conditioned by the “Holocaust Industry” and “Shoa-business” but, thanks to revisionism, recovery is possible and, by the same token, peace could once again have some chance.


February 14, 2012