Stalin–still inspiring the antifa, Jeb Bush, John McCain, the Republican establishment, Democrats, the press, the SPLC, the ADL, et. al.
Freedom of belief and of conscience is part of the Western heritage. Ernst Zundel proved that the Jews have destroyed a significant part of our heritage. He proved it the hard way by serving hard prison time for questioning the Holocaust.
Now, he has died. (((They))) can’t persecute him anymore, unless they deny his right to a Christian burial.
Far-right German activist and Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel has died at the age of 78, according to media reports.
CBC says Zundel died Sunday at home in Germany’s Black Forest region after he was found unconscious by his sister Sigrid.
The cause of death was a heart attack, according to his wife, Ingrid. She said that Zundel died at the home in the Black Forest in Germany where he was born.
Born in Germany in 1939, Zundel immigrated to Canada in 1958 and for decades promoted Nazi propaganda through pamphlets and a website devoted to denying the Holocaust.
While he was living in Toronto and Montreal, Canadian officials twice rejected Zundel’s attempts to obtain Canadian citizenship, and he moved to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. He was deported to Canada from the U.S. in 2003 for alleged immigration violations.
The literature he published was twice ruled as hateful and in 2005, Zundel was declared a national security threat by a Federal Court judge, clearing the way for his deportation to Germany that year.
In February 2007, Zundel was convicted in Germany for 14 counts of inciting hatred for years of anti-Semitic activities, including contributing to a website devoted to denying the Holocaust.
Upon his conviction in Germany in 2007, the chief executive officer of the Canadian Jewish Congress called Zundel “one of the most renowned hate-mongers.”
“That will be his final epitaph,” Bernie Farber said.
He spent an additional number of years behind bars on the German warrant after having been deported from the United States for alleged immigration violations.
He was released in 2010.
Zundel’s supporters were known to argue that he was exercising his right to free speech.
Supporters outside the prison in Mannheim called Zundel “a brave man” and “a victim of justice,” while some maintained there still was no evidence that anyone was gassed to death at Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War.
In March, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s administrative appeals office, denied an application of E.C.Z., whose initials and supporting details led the Washington Post to conclude it was Zundel.
Zundel had applied for an immigrant visa to move to the United States with his wife of 16 years, a U.S. citizen. But he was classified as inadmissible because he has been convicted of foreign crimes for which the sentence was five years or more.
His controversial works continued to be felt even after his deportation. In March, Indigo Books & Music pulled two books from its online inventory that praise Hitler and question the Holocaust.
One of the books, The Hitler We Loved and Why, was co-written by Zundel under the pseudonym Christof Friedrich.
Homosexuals and Satanists now rule over Christians in Canada. Christian schools cannot legally teach about sin anymore.
Is anyone in Canada willing to go to jail for Christ?
Excerpt from Lifesite News
CAMROSE, Alberta, June 14, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A Canadian Christian school has been ordered by a public school board that it partners with to refrain from reading or studying “any scripture that could be considered offensive to particular individuals.” Included are passages from the New Testament that speak against fornication, adultery, idolatry, and witchcraft.
Cornerstone Christian Academy (CCA) in Kingman, Alberta, has been ordered by the Battle River School Division (BRSD) to refrain from reading or studying portions of the Bible that the board says might contravene Alberta’s human rights legislation.
The Christian school was incorporated in 1986 as a ministry of Cornerstone Evangelical Baptist Church. It belongs to the Association of Christian Schools International while also partnering with the BRSD. According to its website, parents in Camrose and nearby towns send their children to the Christian school because it integrates Bible study into the approved provincial curriculum. Formerly a private school, it joined the school division in 2009. It serves about 180 students.
In its vision statement, the school states that “students will have a good working knowledge of the Bible as a foundation to their education.”
“Cornerstone Christian Academy offers a program that integrates faith, life, and learning. At its foundation is the Christian Bible, the belief that God is central to our humanity, that Jesus Christ is our personal Saviour and Lord, and God’s Holy Spirit is present and at work in the world today,” the school states.
The public school board trustees will meet this Thursday, June 15 to discuss the Bible verses they found to be offending in the school’s parent-student handbook. Some of the Bible passages formerly in the handbook included warnings against lifestyle choices that Christians consider sinful. Two passages were:
Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit the kingdom of God.
Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies.
While the school has already agreed to drop the “offending” passages from the handbook, the school board has taken their demands up a notch. The board is now telling the school that it must remove the passages from anywhere in the school too.
The school board’s Diane Hutchinson said trustees think these verses might contravene Alberta’s human rights legislation.
Even if you’re not much of a believer in the Bible, are you a defender of freedom of speech. The left says that “hate speech” (the Bible) must not be tolerated.
How long until Leviathan mandates that parents raise their children as “gender fluid?” How long until “Be Gay for a Day” is required of all children?
Canada is sickening. The United States isn’t much better.l
The chaos in Venezuela is exactly what our (((masters))) have planned for us in America. It would be a lot easier to cleanse the country of those plotting against us now rather than face the starvation and murder of our people in the future.
North Korea showed off its Fukkukson-2 yesterday. Information is sketchy right now, but it’s a propaganda coup for the North given the rise in tensions in the region.
North Korea displayed its submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM) for the first time on Saturday ahead of a massive military parade in the capital, Pyongyang.
North Korea warned the United States on Saturday to end its “military hysteria” or face retaliation as a U.S. aircraft carrier group steamed towards the region and the reclusive state marked the 105th birth anniversary of its founding father.
State TV showed images of the Pukkuksong-2 SLBMs on trucks waiting to be paraded in front of leader Kim Jong Un.
CNBC’s earlier report published on Wednesday offered an assessment of the dangers to the U.S. of Kim’s submarine fleet.
The chilling thought of North Korea’s fully submersible submarines firing a nuclear ballistic missile isn’t as far-fetched as some might think. Pyongyang has made major advances in weapons in recent years and shown a willingness to use its submarines for offensive military actions.
Indeed, last month was the seventh anniversary of the sinking of South Korea’s Cheonan navy ship by a North Korean submarine torpedo attack. That aggression killed 46 sailors and wasn’t the first time the reclusive North had made incursions into South Korean waters.
The submarine threat adds to growing fears in the region as North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s nuclear weapons ambitions show no signs of slowing. It also comes as a U.S. carrier strike force led by the USS Carl Vinson sailed toward the Korean Peninsula.
“Growing fears” is the key word in this story. North Korean Communism is a family dictatorship that seeks to maintain itself in power in a world hostile to that leadership. It’s only speculation, but it doesn’t seem likely that “regime change” will be as easy in the North as it was in Libya or Iraq.
Where there are Mexicans in America there’s often a good bit of shooting. I know of one neighborhood in San Antonio where on average about three or four shots are fired every day.
Jeremiah Morin says he fired at two men trying to kidnap his girlfriend. Something doesn’t add up. Neither he nor the woman cooperated with police, who say that Jeremiah is member of the Tango Blast gang.
When Jeremiah Morin saw two masked kidnappers trying to drag his fiancée away from their Houston-area home last week, he pulled out a gun and started shooting at them.
The kidnappers ran off, and Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man a short time later: Morin.
Authorities charged the 35-year-old Spring man with deadly conduct, a third-degree felony, saying that he had fired his gun “in a complete disregard and reckless manner,” failing to consider whether anyone was in the cars and homes in his neighborhood.
Detectives didn’t deny that a heinous act had narrowly been averted. They noted that they believed the men brought zip ties to restrain Angela Estrada, who had just arrived home with her 4-year-old and 9-month-old children.
Neighbors reported that one of the men had Estrada in a headlock as he pulled her away.
“It looked like some nefarious stuff was going to happen,” Montgomery County Sheriff’s Capt. Bryan Carlisle told the Houston Chronicle. “There’s no doubt about that.”
But the Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that Morin and Estrada were uncooperative during the investigation.
“The victim and Morin refused to complete statements or file charges against anyone involved in the incident,” the statement says.
“Furthermore, the victim and Morin became upset with neighbors for notifying law enforcement about the shooting. It should be noted that neither the victim nor Morin contacted law enforcement about the incident.”
Authorities searched the home and seized two guns, as well as video surveillance of the incident. They did not find any nearby homes struck by bullets.
Morin told KTRK-TV that he and Estrada weren’t cooperative because of how deputies treated them.
“Why would I cooperate when they come in my house, not asking about the suspects but being rude, cussing at us?” Morin said.
He also denied the Sheriff’s Office’s charge that he is a member of the Tango Blast gang, telling KTRK that he’s a changed man since serving time on a drug charge a decade ago.
Morin told the TV station he was released from custody after a judge found no probable cause for his arrest and dismissed the case.
He and Estrada — who worries that the attackers might come back — said the whole ordeal was upsetting.
“It’s a humiliating, embarrassing feeling because even my neighbors were saying, ‘Why are they taking him to jail when he saved her life?'” Estrada told KTRK.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office did not respond to requests for comment on the charge being dismissed.
I posted a story here last year about a woman who fired at fleeing shoplifters at Walmart. She was similarly charged and convicted.
The police don’t like people shooting at fleeing suspects. It seems that they think that’s their job.
Obviously to me, Morin is not your ordinary crime victim. He probably knows who he was shooting at and wants to take care of matters on his own later.
This video is mainly posted here because it was a top headline story on the Drudge Report yesterday. The video isn’t much to look at. Just a couple of minutes of poor quality film work and insane babbling by a woman commentator speaking Korean.
Read the story at The Sun.