Professor Robert Faurisson – the intellectual adventurer of the century – dies on return from this weekend’s triumphant trip to his native town

Professor Robert Faurisson died suddenly this evening, just after arriving at his home in Vichy, France, following a triumphant return to his native town of Shepperton, Surrey. He died instantly after suffering a heart attack as he crossed the threshold of his home.

Professor Robert Faurisson with Lady Michèle Renouf

Born to a Scots mother and French father in Shepperton in January 1929, Professor Faurisson would have been 90 in three months time. H&D is proud to have facilitated his final speech on the final weekend of his eventful and heroic life.

Yesterday at a hotel in Shepperton, before a personally invited audience of 60 friends and fellow students of real history, Professor Faurisson gave a masterful summary of his decades of research.

 

Time and again, beginning in the 1970s, he put his exceptional academic expertise in analysing documentary texts at the service of historical exactitude.

Travelling to many countries in his researches, Professor Faurisson was the first to establish that the so-called homicidal ‘gas chamber’ displayed to tourists in Auschwitz is a post-war ‘reconstruction’ – in fact a fake by Soviet propagandists – and the first to publish detailed original blueprints for what were later claimed to have been homicidal ‘gas chambers’ but were in fact mortuaries.

For decades Professor Faurisson was relentlessly pursued by French courts, after a special law was introduced to criminalise his work. Even at the hour of his death, several prosecutions were still ongoing in Paris and Vichy courtrooms.

Professor Robert Faurisson, Lady Michèle Renouf and the Professor’s translator and assistant Guillaume Nichols, seen here in Shepperton hours before the Professor’s death

Yesterday’s final Faurisson speech was at a private reception in his honour, arranged by H&D‘s assistant editor Peter Rushton with the backing of Lady Michèle Renouf, Richard Edmonds and Max Musson. Guests were welcomed by Lady Renouf, and then heard an opening speech by Vincent Reynouard, the leading figure in a younger generation of Frenchmen inspired by Professor Faurisson to pursue their own researches into ‘forbidden’ history.

Professor Faurisson himself then presented a comprehensive overview of his career including very new and important discoveries – a full video of his speech will be broadcast later this week by Lady Renouf’s Telling Films. His swansong was also captured for posterity by an invited camera team from a Lebanese television station.

Just as the Professor was completing his speech, the hotel management summoned Peter Rushton. In another part of the hotel – while Professor Faurisson concluded his address – the hotel manager demanded that Mr Rushton close down the meeting. Mr Rushton insisted that the event had been booked in good faith as a private reception – with no duplicity – and that it would continue until the scheduled conclusion.

Professor Faurisson in Paris for one of his many court appearances in 2016

In a disgraceful breach of contract, the management then harassed the audience in the hotel’s private function room, haranguing Professor Faurisson and his friends, turning out the lights, setting off the fire alarm and playing loud disco music in an attempt to drown out Peter Rushton’s speech.

Undeterred, Mr Rushton persisted – speaking in the dark over the background noise of fire bells etc. – and the audience bravely suffered this unusual form of oratory!

The H&D team extend our profound thanks to the 70 guests from around Britain, and from Canada, Italy, France, Belgium, Ireland and the former Yugoslavia, who joined us in Shepperton yesterday and enabled Professor Faurisson to die a happy and contented man.

Our friend Vincent Reynouard uploaded the above video of yesterday’s events, just before news of the Professor’s death. A full report will appear in our January issue (since our November edition is already at the printers). As what is now a posthumous tribute to Professor Faurisson, the expanded text of Peter Rushton’s speech will also be published soon, incorporating the latest revelations from Britain’s official archives concerning wartime fakery of homicidal gassings and other atrocities.

Long live Robert Faurisson and Historical Exactitude!

Prof. Robert Faurisson with Lady Renouf at the Tehran Conference in 2006, where his speech became the focus of several criminal trials in Paris. Recently Lady Renouf was the Professor’s sole defence witness in Paris when he was prosecuted by a French court for his Tehran speech.

H&D Issue 86 published

The new issue (#86) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is now out. The 26 page, September – October 2018 issue, has as its lead.

State Prosecutors Fail in National Action Terror Trial.

Issue 86

September – October 2018.

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • Old Bailey Terror Trial – NA activists jailed after ‘MP murder plot’: Police chief and ‘anti-fascists’ hype up conspiracy – by Peter Rushton
  • Book Review: Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil – by Gerard Menuhin – reviewed by Dr James Thring
  • Britain’s Secret Files on Nationalist Leader Colin Jordan – Part V (final) – by Peter Rushton
  • The Five Monkeys Problem – Simon Sheppard on how the media functions as a weapon of mass destruction
  • Double Candour Book Review: Hidden Government – by John Creagh Scott – reviewed by Maleficus Johnson; and Common Market Suicide – by A.K. Chesterton – reviewed by George Halls
  • The British People – Which Way Now? – by Max Musson
  • Movie Review: Maze – covering the 1983 IRA prison escape – reviewed by Mark Cotterill
  • Two pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – Latest analysis of the nationalist movement – by Peter Rushton

If you would like 2 sample copies please send £5.00 /$10.00 or for a years (6 issues) subscription, send £26.00 (UK) – $48.00 (USA) – £35.00/$48.00 (Rest of world).

Corbyn and the uses of ‘anti-fascism’

The cover of Red Action’s journal boasts of RA/AFA leader Patrick Hayes terrorist role

Since the days of Cable Street in 1936 mainstream British journalists and historians have lionised militant (i.e. violent) ‘anti-fascism’. The true story of Cable Street was that an alliance of Jews and Communists fought police on the streets of East London to disrupt a lawful march by Sir Oswald Mosley’s British Union of Fascists. The fighting was not between ‘anti-fascists’ and the BUF, but between the Judeo-Marxist alliance and the London police.

Half a century after Cable Street the increasingly terrorist tactics of ‘Anti-Fascist Action’ were largely ignored by the media, who preferred to conjure fables of supposed ‘neo-nazi’ terrorism by largely mythical groups such as ‘Combat 18’. The real C18 (as H&D knows only too well) contained several enthusiastic though misguided patriots, but was run for the benefit of the British secret state.

And on into the 21st century the new ‘Antifa’ street gangs (admittedly immature and far less effective than their 1990s counterparts) are given a free pass by journalists on both sides of the Atlantic, who prefer to focus on a new generation of mythical ‘far right terrorists’.

So H&D readers will have been surprised to see an article yesterday by the Sunday Times‘ star reporter Andrew Gilligan, belatedly drawing attention to the real terrorists of ‘Anti-Fascist Action’ and its core group ‘Red Action’.

AFA’s magazine Fighting Talk frequently advertised its violent tactics

None of the information will be news to our readers, since we have reported aspects of this story several times over the years. The best mainstream investigation remains a BBC programme broadcast almost five years ago.

Jeremy Corbyn was a particularly close friend of IRA / Sinn Fein during the 1980s, as was his then-ally Ken Livingstone. As we reported, Livingstone’s ties to the IRA almost led to his assassination by London-based Ulster Loyalists in 1993.

Red Action publications made no secret of the fact that they often met at Corbyn’s constituency office in Islington, and Corbyn himself (as Gilligan reports) addressed at least three Red Action meetings between 1985 and 1992, acting as an official of the Red Action dominated group Anti-Fascist Action.

A leader of AFA / Red Action – Patrick Hayes – and another member, Jan Taylor, were later given 30-year jail sentences for IRA terrorism: they had bombed the Harrods store in Central London and planned at least two other abortive bombings in the heart of the capital, targeting British civilians. Their ‘anti-fascist’ colleague Liam Heffernan was given 23 years for stealing explosives on behalf of an even more militant Irish terrorist group, the INLA, which for several years had particularly close ties to AFA / Red Action. (In 2013 The Times and other newspapers scurried to catch up with our exposé of INLA and ‘anti-fascist’ connections to a bizarre Marxist cult whose leaders were convicted for keeping women as ‘slaves’.)

(left to right) Ken Livingstone, Sinn Fein – IRA godfather Gerry Adams, and Jeremy Corbyn in London, 1983

A senior police officer told Gilligan that Corbyn’s connections to the group were investigated, and that although insufficient evidence was found for prosecution: “He knew they [Red Action] were open supporters of terrorism and he supported them. We had no evidence that he knew they were actually involved in terrorism themselves.”

All this dates back more than 25 years – and the British state itself is now in alliance with the very same IRA godfathers once linked to Corbyn! So why are veteran police officers and eminent journalists now dusting down files on cases and stories they failed to pursue in the 1990s?

The answer of course is that in Orwellian fashion there are ‘good’ anti-fascist terrorists and ‘bad’ ones. Broadly speaking, Jewish militancy on the streets of London is to be welcomed by the Murdoch press and their tame policemen. Irish republican violence on those same streets (while now mostly ignored as these “ex”-terrorists are fêted by government ministers and even royalty), remains a useful instrument for discrediting the real enemy.

And of course for British politicians and newspaper owners, the ‘real enemy’ means the enemy of their paymasters.

Make no mistake – Jeremy Corbyn is an enemy of British nationalists and a dedicated multiracialist. His arrival in Downing Street would be bad news for H&D readers. But it would be even worse news for the State of Israel and its proxies in London. Hence militant ‘anti-fascists’, having been foot-soldiers in the war against the ‘far right’, are now cast aside as collateral damage, just a few more insignificant casualties as the Zionist lobby concentrates its fire on the Labour leader.

Andrew Gilligan, author of yesterday’s Sunday Times exposé of ‘anti-fascist’ terrorism, seen (above right) accepting an award from former Prime Minister David Cameron

H&D 84 published

 The new issue (#84) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is now out.

The 26 page, May – June 2018 issue, has as its lead.

The Last UKIP Winners? Derby UKIP ousts Asian Labour leader in “Racist” campaign, while the rest of their party fades away.

front cover issue 84

Heritage and Destiny Issue 84

Issue 84 -May – June 2018.

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • Madness by Media – Simon Sheppard details the relentless march of the cat ladies
  • Book Review: The Colonisation of Europe – by Guillaume Faye – Part I – reviewed by Ian Freeman
  • Dialects in danger – Edmund Morrison looks into the Yorkshire dialect
  • Britain’s Secret Files on Nationalist Leader Colin Jordan – Part III – by Peter Rushton
  • Book Review: If we do nothing Essays and Reviews from 25 years of White Advocacy – by Jared Taylor – reviewed by James Knight.
  • Local Elections 2018, UKIP disappearance leaves nationalist vacuum – Peter Rushton looks at this years’ local election results
  • Movie Review: Darkest Hour – the new Churchill movie reviewed by Mark Webber
  • Zionist thought police target “anti-Semitic” Left – by Peter Rushton
  • Two pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – Latest analysis of the nationalist movement – by Peter Rushton

If you would like 2 sample copies please send £5.00 /$10.00 or for a years (6 issues) subscription, send £26.00 (UK) – $48.00 (USA) – £35.00/$48.00 (Rest of world).

H&D’s Peter Rushton to speak in Blackpool – April 28th

‘Millennial Woes’ – seen here with fellow Alt Right video star Brittany Pettibone – will speak at the South West Forum this month

Two highlights of the nationalist calendar have just been confirmed for the coming weeks.  On Saturday March 31st there will be a meeting of the South West Forum, venue to be confirmed nearer the date, with speakers including the widely followed YouTube video blogger ‘Millennial Woes’.

Tickets for this SW Forum event are £20: please contact SW Forum organiser Hannah for details on 07973 725361.  This event will be another giant step towards establishing that nationalists cannot be driven out of the South West, despite red violence, police complacency and media treachery.

Meanwhile in the North West of England, following the first two gatherings by Boadicea Events, tickets for the third event are now being booked.

It will be held in Blackpool on the 28th of April and will feature an array of our movements’ finest movers and shakers.

 

The speakers are shown below and we expect that some more people will wish to be added to the list of speakers.

The current line up is: Alison Chabloz; Andrew Brons; Peter Rushton; Mike Coleman; Jim Lewthwaite; Mike Whitby.

Once again, Alison Chabloz will be providing immense enjoyment with her excellent musical satire. This event is not to be missed!

If you would like to be included either as a guest or a speaker, or if you would like to book a leaflet table to represent your own group or party, please contact Paul on 07434 757750 and book your place.

Keep in mind that attendance at this event is only open to genuine patriotic nationalists.

 

H&D 83 published

The new issue (#83) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is now out.
The 26 page, March – April 2018 issue, has as its lead:
Towards a Momentum of the Right? Traditional Britain and Generation Identity.

Issue 83 – March – April 2018.

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill.
  • Catalonia and the case for an English Parliament – by Ryan Watson.
  • Book Review: Farming, Fascism and Ecology – A life of Jorian Jenks, by Philip M. Coupland – Reviewed by Eddy Morrison.
  • Statement by Will Williams – Chairman of the National Alliance.
  • UKIP ditches leader as death spiral continues by Peter Rushton.
  • Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd: South Africa’s Greatest Prime Minister, Part IX – by Stephen Mitford Goodson.
  • Book Review: Hunting Grounds: A Scottish Football Safari – Reviewed by Hugh Perry.
  • Britain’s Secret Files on Nationalist leader Colin Jordan, Part II – by Peter Rushton.
  • Hive Minds – Simon Sheppard explores the collective mindset.
  • Movie Review – The Man With the Iron Heart – reviewed by Mark Cotterill.
  • Towards a Momentum of the Right? – by Tony Paulsen.
  • Why the Confederacy was crushed – by Eddy Morrison.
  • Two pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – latest analysis of the nationalist movement, by Peter Rushton.

If you would like two sample copies please send £5.00 /$10.00 or for a year’s (six issues) subscription, send £26.00 (UK) – $48.00 (USA) – £35.00/$48.00 (Rest of World).

H&D Issue 82 published

The new issue (#82) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is now out.
The 26 page, January – February 2018 issue, has as its lead: BNP leadership challenge as new post-UKIP party blocked by Electoral Commission
Issue 82 – January – February 2018.
 
Contents include:
  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • Nationalism: so where do we go from here? – by J.R. Bell
  • Book Review: Nation, Tradition & Liberty, A Political Memoir, by Sam Swerling – reviewed by Adrian Davies.
  • Remembrance in England and Germany – report from the 2017 NF Remembrance Day parade, and speech by Richard Edmonds.
  • Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd: South Africa’s Greatest Prime Minister, Part VIII – by Stephen Mitford Goodson.
  • Book Review: Unbroken Warrior – Richard Scutari – by Club 55 (Various authors) – reviewed by G. A. Cumming.
  • Britain’s Secret Files on Nationalist leader Colin Jordan, Part I – by Peter Rushton.
  • Its not just about Kipling – Eddy Morrison on past and present trends of White Nationalist Poetry
  • Turmoil in UKIP and BNP – by Peter Rushton.
  • Two pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – latest analysis of the nationalist movement, by Peter Rushton.

If you would like two sample copies please send £5.00 /$10.00 or for a year’s (six issues) subscription, send £26.00 (UK) – $48.00 (USA) – £35.00/$48.00 (Rest of World).

Why not just buy the magazine and watch the YouTube videos? ITV spends fortune on pointless ‘infiltration’ of H&D meeting

On October 6th H&D hosted our latest John Tyndall Memorial Meeting in Preston.  As with all previous such events, this was very widely advertised in advance and reported afterwards both on this website and in the current edition of H&D.  All of the speeches were professionally filmed and are publicly available on YouTube.

The John Tyndall Memorial Meeting in Preston, October 2017

Nevertheless a television production company sent two young female journalists ‘undercover’ into the meeting, where they secretly filmed speeches that would in any case be broadcast in full on our YouTube channel.  Unfortunately these ‘undercover journalists’ – who used the names Mary McShane and Mary Mead – also claim to have recorded private conversations with members of the audience at the bar and in cars travelling from the event.
H&D greatly regrets this invasion of privacy.  While our own editor and assistant editor have not said anything in private that we would not say in public, we of course have no idea what members of the audience might say in their own private conversations, especially when these are recorded, edited and taken out of context by journalists.

‘Undercover reporter’ using the name Mary McShane at the October 2017 JTMM in Preston

We would emphasise the following points in reply to allegations contained in a letter sent to our assistant editor by the production company (allegations which may or may not be featured in the programme):
Heritage & Destiny is a non-partisan journal reflecting a wide spectrum of nationalist ideas.  Particular articles in the magazine should not be taken as reflecting an editorial line or shared ideology, still less should it be assumed that H&D promotes any particular position or agenda held by authors of such articles.
– Events hosted by H&D similarly reflect a broad range of ideas – as should be obvious from the fact that such speakers often disagree with each other on particular issues and represent diverse parties and groups.
– The London Forum and allied forums in various parts of the UK again feature a diverse range of speakers – the clue is in the name “forum”.
– Some of the individuals featured in the forthcoming ITV programme have no connection whatever with H&D.  For example, while we fully accept Anne Marie Waters right to her own opinions on Islam, and we deprecate attempts to silence her, there have been many articles critical of Ms Waters and her associates published both in the magazine and on this website.  Within the broad spectrum of nationalist ideas represented by H&D, we have sometimes printed articles which conform with Ms Waters’ anti-Islam agenda, but most articles on this theme have been critical of her approach.  In particular our assistant editor’s ‘Movement News’ column has been consistently critical of the EDL, Liberty GB and the rest of the ‘Islam-obsessed’ wing of nationalism.

Dr Jim Lewthwaite speaking at the 2017 JTMM

– It would be seriously defamatory to accuse our assistant editor of expressing sympathy with any form of terrorism during his speech at the October 6th meeting.  What he did say (and repeated in the current edition of the magazine) was that the Terrorism Act makes a mockery of the English language in its designation of a wide range of purely political activities as ‘terrorist’.  These concerns about the wide-ranging remit and potential injustice of the Terrorism Act are widely shared across the political spectrum.  Serious criminal charges have emerged against some individuals since the October 6th meeting.  None of those individuals was present at the meeting, and for obvious legal reasons we cannot comment further at this time.
– Our assistant editor did indeed state at the October 6th meeting that Ernst Zündel, Ursula Haverbeck and others prosecuted under Germany’s notorious laws suppressing free historical research will be seen as “heroes of the Europe of the future”.  Their alleged crimes are not in any way illegal in this country.  H&D does not promote any particular interpretation of Second World War history, and indeed some articles in H&D have suggested that nationalists should avoid association with historical revisionism (while others have argued that defence of academic and political freedom is central to our cause).
– As regards the Brexit referendum, there can be little doubt that concerns over immigration were the main motivation for many (arguably most) pro-Brexit voters.  It should be noted however that a significant minority of British nationalists took a pro-Remain stance in last year’s referendum, and this debate was featured in the magazine.
– In short, to draw “links” between diverse individuals and groups attending a meeting/forum (and in some cases between individuals who have never met or had anything to do with each other) is at best absurd and at worst defamatory.

Peter Rushton speaking at the 2017 JTMM

H&D Issue 81 Published

The new issue (#81) of Heritage and Destiny magazine is now out. The 26 page, November-December 2017 issue, has as its lead –

Ernst Zündel – 1939-2017 – German Patriot, Champion of Historical Truth and Free Research

Issue 81
November-December 2017

Contents include:

  • Editorial – by Mark Cotterill
  • Britain’s Stasi State: 2017 crackdown on nationalists  – by Peter Rushton
  • Book Review: Archeofuturism 2.0 –  by Guillaume Faye – reviewed by Ian Freeman.
  • John Tyndall Memorial Meeting 2017 – full report of this year’s event.
  • Hendrik Frensch Verwoerd: South Africa’s Greatest Prime Minister, Part VII – by Stephen Mitford Goodson
  • Book Review: Left-Right Loyalist – by Frank Portinari – reviewed by Stevie Cartwright.
  • Ernst Zündel 1939-2017: obituary by Peter Rushton.
  • Mass Madness – Simon Sheppard asks: Is it us or them that’s cracked in the head?
  • Movie review: Dunkirk – reviewed by Mark Cotterill.
  • Two pages of readers’ letters
  • Movement News – latest analysis of the nationalist movement, by Peter Rushton

If you would like 2 sample copies please send £5.00 /$10.00 or for a year’s (6 issues) subscription, send £26.00 (UK) – $48.00 (USA) – £35.00/$48.00 (Rest of world).

Video from 2017 John Tyndall Memorial Meeting

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