Here’s a Christmas gift to us from Sir Patrick Mack at In Pursuit of Truth. His new Pop video, Episode V Acts III and IV, is entitled Hitler, Holocaust and The Holy Land.
Sir Patrick Mack opens with the closing days of World War II, the Allied bombing attacks over Germany. Learn how the Allied and Communist fighting the Nazis weren’t heroes, but rapists and cold-blooded murderers, who even butchered children and zoo animals. We also see the machinations among political leaders — Franklin Delano Roosevelt of the United States, Winston Churchill of Great Britain and Josef Stalin of Russia — to divide the lands and regions formerly within the Nazi sphere.
Among the many controversial positions: Has the Holocaust against the Jews has been fabricated and blown out of proportion? Was the concentration camp at Auschwitz a sordid death camp, or was it actually quite different, and much more amendable, involving even bordellos for inmates?
This video isn’t restricted to World War II. Sir Patrick Mack also gets into the Russian Bolshevik Revolution, the establishment of Israel, and even Jewish mysticism embodied in the Talmud and Kabbalah. There are also sinister hints of deeper, darker rituals, touching upon Moloch and child sacrifice. Buckle up. This is an in-depth work — nearly two hours — but quite riveting and revealing, as all of Sir Patrick’s works always have been.
With Iran’s presidential elections set for June 14, Mohammad Yazdi, a clerical member of the Guardian Council — Iran’s constitutional watchdog — has said the constitution rules out women being presidential candidates. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the current, two-term president of Iran, also is forbidden to run for a third term, but is advancing the candidacy of one of his aides. More from JewishNewsOne.
Many college and university professors espouse crazy ideas. But Grover Carr Furr III from Montclair State University in New Jersey takes the cake as one of the most delusional and dangerous gadflies ever allowed to grace the halls of academia. Furr fashions himself as an expert on Soviet history under Joseph Stalin. Boiling down his writings to their absurd essence, he argues that Stalin has been unfairly maligned, that he was actually a Great Big Teddy Bear who never ordered any pogroms or purges, didn’t establish gulags and had no hand in orchestrating the mass murder of upwards of 20 million of his political opponents.
Furr is not just out there — he’s way out there in Siberia. As long as Montclair State University is hiring holocaust deniers for teaching gigs, why not keep a tenured faculty post warm for Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?
Here, a few of Furr’s students — seemingly the class clowns in the back of the hall — applaud his outrageous and bellicose rant. That brings to mind what P.J. O’Rourke wrote, “No drug, not even alcohol, causes the fundamental ills of society. If we’re looking for the source of our troubles, we shouldn’t test people for drugs, we should test them for stupidity, ignorance, greed and love of power.”
In fairness, a lot of his students recognize him as a Stalinist and doctrinaire Leftist — pretentious, smug and condescending. Here’s what one student said evaluating him on Rate My Professors: “Annoying class and teacher. So rigid that you’re screwed if you mess up the subject line in an e-mail to him. You could lose credit and never know it, because he won’t tell you. You never know your grades, talks down to you, and the whole class is about him promoting his ideas and putting down yours.” H/T small dead animals
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As Iranian President Ahmadinejad causes outrage at the UN General Assembly, an Australian SBS Dateline special from New York examines the international reaction. Yalda Hakim’s report includes interviews with a Holocaust survivor living in New York and with the Iranian foreign minister Ali Akbar Salehi.
This just in…”President Obama called the murders of America’s Libyan staff a bump in the road,” says Jodi Miller. “The liberal media would have spent days reporting and condemning the statement but it didn’t come from Mitt Romney.” Hear more about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Benjamin Netanyahu and Jay Leno’s successor in the latest edition of NewsBusted.