The Real Holocaust and Genocide of the Twentieth Century

David Duke has just uploaded a superb video about the secret behind the plague of communism, as seen here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrieUdYe_e8

All Europeans, and all human beings, for that matter, should know about these truths. I strongly suggest that you keep an eye out for Duke’s upcoming book as mentioned here, and read the works of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who Duke cites several times in this video, I know I will be looking into him.

For relevant books/articles on this, you can’t go wrong with David Duke or Varg Vikernes, or with the Destroy Zionism blog. There is also the “big three” – David Irving, Ernst Zundel and Robert Faurisson, as well as the late Dominique Venner. If you can find Faurisson or Venner articles or books translated (or nor, if you understand French) they tell the truth. The Leuchter report is worth looking ingo too, last time I checked you can even download a copy on Amazon.

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What the World Rejected: Hitler’s Peace Offers 1933-1939

"Neues Europa"

Source:http://wintersonnenwende.com/scriptorium/english/archives/nothanks/wwr00.html

Published in 1940 by the Washington Journal under the auspices of the Deutsche Informationsstelle.
This digitalized version © 2009 by The Scriptorium.

Dr. Friedrich Stieve

Germany’s enemies maintain today that Adolf Hitler is the greatest disturber of peace known to history, that he threatens every nation with sudden attack and oppression, that he has created a terrible war machine in order to cause trouble and devastation all around him. At the same time they intentionally conceal an all-important fact: they themselves drove the Leader of the German people finally to draw the sword. They themselves compelled him to seek to obtain at last by the use of force that which he had been striving to gain by persuasion from the beginning: the security of his country. They did this not only by declaring war on him on September 3, 1939, but also by blocking step for step…

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