A great man --
a true hero of his people and for the world -- has just departed for Valhalla. It is said that Ernst Zundel,
78, died of heart attack in Germany. Whether the attack was artificially induced by "the usual suspects," or brought
on prematurely due the years of accumulated stress and abuse that were heaped upon him by "the usual suspects" makes little difference. All over the Jewish diaspora, you can be sure that "the usual suspects" are "mazel toving" and having orgasms over the
news of his demise.
Herr Zundel was a kind and gentle German-Canadian
whom "the usual suspects" had jailed several times. In Canada, "the usual suspects"
jailed him for publishing literature "likely to incite hatred against an identifiable group." In the United
States, "the usual suspects" had him arrested for "overstaying his visa." And, in Germany,
"the usual suspects" had him imprisoned for "inciting
Sugar and me,
er, "The Editorial Board" of The Anti-New York Times, word of Zundel's death is particularly poignant
(a $10 word for: evoking a keen sense of sadness). Zundel, both for his research and his courage, was among the giants
whose shoulders we stood upon as a foundation for our own awakening and ongoing education campaign. The story of this dauntless
truth-warrior is inspirational. For any of "youse guys" (New Jersey-speak for the plural of you) not familiar
with the persecution of Ernst Zundel, here is a review.
If your heart and mind has been moved
by "The Bad War" and TomatoBubble.com, be sure to thank Ernst Zundel for helping to set Mike King
on the right path.
In 1977, Zundel founded a small publishing house called Samisdat Publishers, which issued
such revisionist classics as his "The Hitler We Loved and Why" and "Did
Six Million Really Die? The Truth At Last," by Richard Verrall. Zundel also gained
notoriety during the 1970s as a spokesman for Concerned Parents of German Descent, a group which claimed
German-Canadians were the target of anti-German stereotyping.
In 1983 Sabina Citron, a "Holocaust survivor," TM
filed a complaint against Zundel before the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. The Ontario government joined the proceedings
against Zundel, charging him with spreading false news by publishing "Did Six Million Really Die?"
He underwent two highly publicized criminal trials in 1985 and 1988.
The charge against him alleged that he "did publish a statement and that was likely to cause "mischief to the
public interest in racial tolerance." After the trial in 1985, Zundel was found guilty, but his conviction
was later overturned in an appeal on a technicality.
That led to a second trial in 1988 -- during which a TON of Holohoax debunking data seeped out to the world --
in which he was again convicted. It was not until 1992 that Zundel was finally acquitted upon appeal by the Supreme Court
of Canada which ruled that his conviction was a violation of the guarantee of freedom of expression.
The 1988 trial
relied on testimony from the real historian David Irving and gas-chamber expert Fred A. Leuchter.
Leuchter's testimony as an expert witness was accepted by the court, but his report was excluded based on his lack of "engineering
credentials." Years later, because of Leuchter's negative testing of the "gas chambers" at Auschwitz, Polish
authorities also tested the stones and the results again came out negative. Therefore, the indisputable forensic science which
clearly debunks the "gas chambers" lie came about as the direct result of Ernst Zundel's tireless self-sacrifice
and activism. Never forget that.
The Leucter Report
(banned by Amazon in 2017) will forever be a foundational event in the history of Holohoax debunking. Fred Luechter
(Image 2) was a gas chamber expert called to testify by Zundel's defense. Although Leuchter believed in the Holohoax at the
time, he assured the defense that he would be objective in his research.
After visiting Auschwitz and smuggling out remnants of stone from "the gas chambers,"
Leucter proved that no gassings could have taken place there. His findings were later confirmed by Polish authorities, although
they claim that they do not know why the "gassings" left no forensic trace. Image 3. The Zundel
trial also elevated the profile of the great David Irving, who testified for the defense.
In 1995, Zundel's Toronto home was set
on fire, resulting in $400,000 in damage. A group calling itself the "Jewish Armed Resistance Movement" claimed
responsibility. One week later, American terrorist JDL leader Irv Rubin was caught trying to break into the
Zundel property. Weeks later, Zundel was again targeted with a parcel bomb that was detonated by the Toronto Police bomb squad.
After his ordeal, Zundel moved to America and lived with his Ukrainian-American
wife, Ingrid. But "the usual suspects" were still not done tormenting
this great man.
In 2003, Zundel, though married to an American citizen, was arrested by the United States
government for "overstaying a visa waiver." After two weeks, he was deported back to Canada. During this time, a
warrant for his arrest had "coincidentally" (rolling eyes) been issued in Germany, where he remained
a citizen. Zundel then tried to claim refugee status in the hopes of preventing his deportation to Germany, but "the
usual suspects" again had him arrested on trumped up charges. In 2005, he was deported to Mamma Merkel's Germany.
Upon his arrival in Frankfurt, Zundel was immediately arrested. German prosecutors charged Zundel with 14 counts of inciting racial hatred. After a long
and drawn out show trial, he was sentenced to five years in
prison in 2007 -- his years spent in pre-trial confinement in Canada were not taken into account. Like an obedient
modern libtard German, the judge, in his emotional closing speech, called Zundel: "a well-poisoner and arsonist,
an admirer of this human-despising barbarian Adolf Hitler, of whom he rambles on with brash impertinence."
Zundel's Canadian supporters protested against his extradition. Image 3: Condemned in a German courtroom.
Zundel was finally released on March 1, 2010, but commie Canada would not allow him to return on grounds
that he was a "risk to Canada's national security." Zundel then returned to his family home in Germany,
apart from his wife, and appealed to the US to allow him to return. In March, 2017, the US Department of Homeland Security
ruled Zundel "inadmissible" because he had served jail time in a foreign country! They thus rejected his effort
to be reunited with his wife, Ingrid.
persecuted for thought crime by three different governments. Yet, even after years of torment, arson attacks, assassination
attempts, death threats, drawn out trials and the serving of unjust sentences, "the
usual suspects" would not allow him to live out his golden years in peace in America. But his life and death were not
in vain. It was Herr Zundel who put "Holocaust Denial" on the map. And the forensic tests which scientifically
debunk the lie of Bullshwitz are the lasting legacy of his efforts.
For that, and for his shining example as a human being, Zundel's truth goes marching on. To quote a line from the
movie Gladiator, "what he did in life, echoes in eternity."
Ernst Zundel with Joseph Burg
After testifying in
defense of Zundel; Jewish researcher, "Holocaust survivor," and noted writer Joseph Burg was
disowned from the Jewish community for stating that there were "no gas chambers"
at Auschwitz. When Burg died, the noble Zundel paid to have him buried at a
Catholic Cemetery because no Jewish sites would take him!