London publisher defies the censors

Just weeks after Scotland’s most senior judge threatened the backdoor criminalisation of ‘Holocaust’ revisionism, a new UK-based publishing venture has defied the international forces of censorship and fraud.

The Academic Research Media Review Education Group (ARMREG) was created at the end of last year and has already published the Holocaust Encyclopaedia, mainly written by the German scientist Germar Rudolf.

Now ARMREG has issued an updated edition of Arthur Butz’s revisionist classic The Hoax of the Twentieth Century, first published in 1975.

Prof. Butz is now 90 years old and earlier this year he was awarded the Robert Faurisson International Prize.

His book was central to a wave of revisionism during the late 1970s, challenging the orthodox tale that six million Jews had been murdered in unique and apparently inexplicable homicidal gas chambers, on the presumed orders of Adolf Hitler.

Together with his near-contemporary Prof. Robert Faurisson, Arthur Butz laid the intellectual foundations for a later generation of revisionists whose leading lights include Germar Rudolf and Vincent Reynouard.

In many European countries, the work of these revisionists is criminalised. Today the 95-year-old German publisher and educator Ursula Haverbeck faces further imprisonment for daring to express some of the questions raised by Butz, Faurisson, and Judge Wilhelm Stäglich.

What Faurisson termed the “great intellectual adventure” of revisionism continues. The Real History blog will discuss the ARMREG publishing enterprise again soon, and their work will be featured in the July edition of H&D.

Readers can be assured that we shall never surrender to the wealth and influence of the Holocaustian lobby, no matter what repression is attempted by the courts and by tame politicians.

Real history took another step forward this month when our assistant editor Peter Rushton published a groundbreaking investigation of Mossad’s 1961 plot to kidnap the Belgian national socialist leader and war hero Léon Degrelle.

Click here to read Peter’s report, which also raises further questions about IRA commander Martin McGuinness and his relationship with the British intelligence services, and for the first time identifies a Mossad veteran who was part of the plot to kidnap Degrelle. This conspirator is still living in the USA and is a friend of Hillary Clinton.

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