Teachers in a Texas school were told last week that a new state law requiring them to present multiple perspectives about ‘widely debated and currently controversial’ issues, such as Critical Race Theory, means they needed to make ‘opposing’ views on the Holocaust available to students:
PRAGUE, Oct 9. The electorate on this occasion pulled on their shit-kickers and went after the Reds. Czech voters evicted the communists from parliament on Saturday for the first time since the end of World War Two, voting out a party whose forebears ruled with an iron jackboot the central European nation from 1948 until the Velvet Revolution of 1989 that ushered in democracy.
It is a little over seventy years since the combined forces of the British, Soviet and American empires crushed the Anti-Capitalist Anti-Communist workers revolt otherwise known as Hitler’s Third Reich.
World War II veterans welcome the respect that comes with their once having been a member of the armed forces. This is a normal human trait but chances are they were not volunteers. Conscripts, many of them in their teens, were press-ganged into the armed forces. If there was genuine enthusiasm for the war then conscription would be neither necessary nor desirable.
The aim of the Russian Military Historical Society is to come to terms with the suffering of civilian populations during the Second World War. On Friday the society published documents dealing with the expulsion of Germans from Poland after the war.
The truth is far different. Poland was included in the 22 once free and democratic nations of pre-war Europe that were handed to Soviet despot Josef Stalin the year before the armed forces (not the elected National Socialist government) capitulated.
The 60th anniversary of apportioning of overrun Germany was followed by the sickening division of what was once Europe’s greatest city by the West and the Soviet Union.
One day an awakened United States will emerge from the Jewish chrysalis. Pennsylvania Avenue will then perhaps be renamed Elizabeth Dilling Avenue. Today, slumbering in their Jewish shroud, few Americans have heard of a lady who should replace the Statue of Liberty.
Invited to list the ten most important books of the 20th Century I certainly include The Fuhrer’s Proclamation to the German People. It is commonly thought that the Reich made a fatal blunder in attacking an unprepared defenceless Russia. If this is your view it is perfectly understandable; it is what you have been told to think.
June 14, 2021 marks the 80th anniversary of the day when the Soviet occupation regime took as slaves for the Gulags more than 15,000 thousand Latvian people from our country.