Here's a must watch video of the American Jew Blitzer interviewing David Duke, an American who attended the Holocaust Conference in Iran.
Looks like Duke really did his research, nailing Blitzer with blow after blow. He brings up Blitzers membership of AIPAC (American Israeli Public Affairs Commitee), which really dismisses any claims he can have to being an 'honest broker' of the truth. Imagine a Serb reporter working for a Serbian owned media conglomerate in the US who also happens to be a member of the 'Serbian Commitee for Kosovo', interviewing Albanians who want an independant Kosovo and claiming to be an impartial reporter working for an impartial media outlet.
Then Duke hits Blitzer with a couple of uncomfortable and irrefutable facts that he doesnt even attempt to call into question:
1. 60% of Republican Party funding comes from Jewish sources.-thats from The Washington Post.
2. 4 out of the 5 biggest media conglomerates in the US are Jewish owned, and the 5th is even more pro-Israel than the other 4. -thats from the Los Angeles Jewish Times.
Its quite perverse also how its portrayed as immoral to question the mainstream account of 'The Holocaust' (you've got to love how the Jews have requisitioned the word 'holocaust' for themselves) but people are free to research any other period of history. I would be ignored if I turned up in Germany and claimed 20m Russians didnt die in WW2, but I would be locked up if I said that 6m Jews didnt die. Talk about a monopoly on suffering even if the standard version of 'The Holocaust' was 100% accurate. And politicians in America moralise about freedom of speech in other areas of the world, but say nothing about the imprisonement of David Irving or Ernst Zundel for thought crimes. Is it not against America's beloved human rights to send people to prison for having an opinion? People are free not to believe in God, they are free to spit on him, but question the official version of events on one particular historical event and all hell breaks loose.
Reminds of a poem I once read which went something like this:
"I see a country that pillages the worlds natural resources but prides itself on being the worlds biggest donor of aid. I see a country that aborts it’s unborn, but won’t club a baby seal. I see a country that prays at the alter of diversity, but destroys it with racial intermarriage. I see a country that allows all forms of filth and degenerate behavior, in public and various forms of media, but won’t allow a cross to be burned in public. I see a country that allows abortion because it is your body and you can do with it as you want, but won't let you smoke a marijuana cigarette. I see a country that will go to war to protect other peoples borders while it's own is being overrun with illegals. I see a country that is the only one in history to use nuclear weapons, but thinks it has the moral authority to decide whether others can have them. I see a country that has degenerated past the point of no return. May God have mercy on our souls."
The point about freedom of speech is actually taken up by Duke in this next interview with MSNBC :
In both interviews Duke mentions his personal website davidduke.com, CNN and MSNBC must really be rueing the day they gave this man air time. I might add that the first youtube clip topped numerous youtube categories a couple of days ago. Among others:
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