Real History Kamikazes!
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'.
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