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Sociologist Dr M. Saeed Bahmanpour of the Islamic College for Advanced Studies, Middlesex University, interviews Lady Renouf, pioneering lecturer in Media Studies at Queensland University of Technology, and political commentator and webmaster Peter Rushton. They discuss: 'Fraudulent Freedoms and Feminism'. On DVD it includes an additional segment from the televised debate on 'Is Islam Good for London?' during which Renouf asks, rather, is London (HQ for UK foreign policy) good for Islam?

Britain’s political establishment plans to impose a ‘Holocaust memorial’ on Victoria Tower Gardens, a Royal Park adjacent to the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. Conservationists and local residents are objecting.

Richard Edmonds reports from Westminster on this controversy, and quotes Israeli author Miko Peled on the failure of Zionism and the oppression of Palestine – which is legitimated by ‘Holocaust memorials’ such as that proposed for this site.

Swiss revisionist Jürgen Graf and his Russian wife Olga at tea in London with His Excellency Bishop Richard Williamson at the Kensington home of Lady Michèle Renouf, one day after the Bishop's 80th birthday
Mr Graf discusses his awakening to revisionism – what Prof. Arthur Butz asked of Lady Renouf, was it her "kamikaze leap into revisionism?", referring to her attendance at the London trial of British historian David Irving's libel case against his Jewish-American critic Deborah Lipstadt.
He summarises the revisionist case and recent developments, noting that courts in many European countries have ignored or sought to suppress scholarship. However in Russia (for the first time) a revisionist has not only been acquitted, but given financial compensation for wrongful prosecution.
By a remarkable coincidence, the conversation is interrupted by a telephone call from Lady Renouf's Berlin attorney Wolfram Nahrath, who brings news that the German authorities have just summonsed Lady Renouf for trial in Dresden on 15th May 2020.
Her alleged 'crime' is to have given an impromptu speech in Dresden two years earlier, about the real holocaust that was inflicted on that historic city by British and American bombs in February 1945, when countless thousands of civilians were burned alive.
Jürgen Graf also explains why it is disinformation to suggest that Adolf Hitler and National Socialist Germany regarded Slavic peoples as inferior or 'untermenschen'.

Lady Michèle Renouf interviews Alfred Schaefer during an interval of his Munich trial in July 2018. Mr Schaefer was later sentenced to three years imprisonment and remains in jail (January 2020). His sister Monika Schaefer (a Canadian citizen) was also jailed during 2018 for the same 'offence' under Germany's notorious opinion-crime laws.

Engineer and former teacher Richard Edmonds introduces Ursula Haverbeck, the now-jailed German scholar who explains her challenge to the German authorities, asking in a courteous manner straightforward questions about the alleged murder of six million Jews in homicidal gas chambers. Rather than answer these questions, the German authorities jailed Ursula Haverbeck for three years: now 91 years old, she has been incarcerated since May 2018.

Former British Army personnel who served in Palestine during the period from 1945 - 1948 give their unique first hand accounts of the dangerous situation at that time. Michele Renouf uncovered their eye witness accounts of Zionist terror organisations, and made a film of their experiences, which has been shown to Parliamentarians in London's Palace of Westminster. This video shows excerpts from her films: Palestine Scrapbook and Israel in Flagrante: Caught in Acts of Swindlespeak, the loss, firstly by stealth then later by sheer brute force, of the indigenous Palestinians' ancestral homeland.

Supporters of free opinion and research from across Europe demonstrate outside a prison in Brandenburg, Germany, where the philosopher, writer and activist Horst Mahler is incarcerated. Now 83 years old, Horst Mahler has had one leg partially amputated while in jail, but the authorities of the Occupied German Federal Republic are determined to keep him behind bars.

Interview with Horst Mahler in Munich, Germany, where he discusses the persecution of lawyers as well as their clients in the Federal Republic – including his own case and the jailing of Sylvia Stolz.

The great German-Canadian Ernst Zündel interviewed after his release from prison on March 1st 2010; he discusses his fight for historical truth and justice, and the price he paid when powerful international forces ensured he was arrested at his US home in 2003, then unconstitutionally deported first to Canada and then to Germany, where he was jailed.

In October 2019 – on the first anniversary of Professor Robert Faurisson's death – the spirit of historical enquiry lives on.

Lady Michèle Renouf, Dr James Thring and Richard Edmonds examine the background to the horrific war crime of February 1945 – the Dresden Holocaust deliberately planned by Winston Churchill's strategists, though strongly opposed then and since by some prominent Britons.

© Telling Films, 2019

A Story Told in 6 Chapters, (in English and French).

Three months after his death and on what would have been his 90th birthday, friends and colleagues gather from across Europe to celebrate the life and legacy of Prof. Robert Faurisson.
Beginning in the mid-1970s, Prof. Faurisson overturned orthodox history of the alleged ‘Holocaust’ with its “Hitlerite industrial mass gas chambers” . His challenge to the academic establishment was met not by research and argument but by criminalisation, demonisation and violence.
This film documents the Inaugural Robert Faurisson International Prize, presented in Vichy, France 2019, and incorporates unique archival interviews from Telling Films with Prof. Faurisson and other leading international figures in the Historical Revisionist movement along with their prosecuted lawyers.
Released to mark the first anniversary of the imprisonment of Ursula Haverbeck, legendary 90-year-old campaigner for historical justice and inaugural recipient of the Robert Faurisson International Prize.

Storyboard by Michèle Renouf
Assembled for internet streaming by Tony Avery

Cameraman at Vichy: Tony Avery
Chapter 1: Graveside – Joe Fallisi
Editors: Vincent Reynouard and Tony Avery. (French with English subtitles)

Chapter 2: Last Testament; Prize Candidates – Michèle Renouf. (English with French translation)
Editor + archival footage: Michèle Renouf, Director of Telling Films.
Technician for Chapter 2 + cameraman for archival footage: Peter Rushton.

NB: Chapters 1 & 2 available at https://www.bitchute.com/video/C8DsMwf0Izc5/

Chapter 3: Prize Founder Joe Fallisi (French with partial English translation)
Editor: Joe Fallisi (French with English voiceover and illustrations by Vincent Reynouard).

Chapter 4: Tribute from Jerôme Bourbon, editor of 'Rivarol' (French with English subtitles)
Editor: Vincent Reynouard

Chapter 5: Prize awarded – Attorney Wolfram Nahrath (German with simultaneous translations into French and English by Günter Deckert).
Editor: Tony Avery

Chapter 6: Park – FAURISSON LIVES! Guillaume Nichols and Friends. (English with French subtitles)
Editor: Vincent Reynouard

A Story Told in 6 Chapters, (in English and French).

Three months after his death and on what would have been his 90th birthday, friends and colleagues gather from across Europe to celebrate the life and legacy of Prof. Robert Faurisson.
Beginning in the mid-1970s, Prof. Faurisson overturned orthodox history of the alleged ‘Holocaust’ with its “Hitlerite industrial mass gas chambers” . His challenge to the academic establishment was met not by research and argument but by criminalisation, demonisation and violence.
This film documents the Inaugural Robert Faurisson International Prize, presented in Vichy, France 2019, and incorporates unique archival interviews from Telling Films with Prof. Faurisson and other leading international figures in the Historical Revisionist movement along with their prosecuted lawyers.
Released to mark the first anniversary of the imprisonment of Ursula Haverbeck, legendary 90-year-old campaigner for historical justice and inaugural recipient of the Robert Faurisson International Prize.

Storyboard by Michèle Renouf
Assembled for internet streaming by Tony Avery

Cameraman at Vichy: Tony Avery
Chapter 1: Graveside – Joe Fallisi
Editors: Vincent Reynouard and Tony Avery. (French with English subtitles)

Chapter 2: Last Testament; Prize Candidates – Michèle Renouf. (English with French translation)
Editor + archival footage: Michèle Renouf, Director of Telling Films.
Technician for Chapter 2 + cameraman for archival footage: Peter Rushton.

NB: Chapters 3 to 6 available at https://www.bitchute.com/video/mCD9JnxyEgc4/

Chapter 3: Prize Founder Joe Fallisi (French with partial English translation)
Editor: Joe Fallisi (French with English voiceover and illustrations by Vincent Reynouard).

Chapter 4: Tribute from Jerôme Bourbon, editor of 'Rivarol' (French with English subtitles)
Editor: Vincent Reynouard

Chapter 5: Prize awarded – Attorney Wolfram Nahrath (German with simultaneous translations into French and English by Günter Deckert).
Editor: Tony Avery

Chapter 6: Park – FAURISSON LIVES! Guillaume Nichols and Friends. (English with French subtitles)
Editor: Vincent Reynouard

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