NOBODY IN ACADEMIA GIVES A SH*T ABOUT YOU: THEY ALL SERVE THE BANKERS
Deborah Lipstadt, who some say succeeded where the Queen of England had failed against Ernst Zündel (1992), won a victory for professional Holocaust mourners everywhere when she took on avid social climber, Nazi and self-proclaimed ‘historian’ David Irving (2000) who had sued her publisher’s London house on the charge of libel.
Deborah Lipstadt went to London to expose a phony,
stuck that feather in her cap and spewed her own baloney!
Deborah Lipstadt, NPR, cram our brains with candy,
Just don’t say ‘Ha’Avara’ and with young minds be handy!
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David Irving went to London to be ruled a phony,
called the judge all sorts of names and prob’ly got a Tony
David Irving keep it up: hit-and-miss as always.
Mix fresh facts with nutter acts and shouts at girls in hallways!
Though Irving routinely takes liberties with the facts and his interpretation thereof (and was promptly called out in court), and Lipstadt is clearly too emotionally involved and plagued by cowardice to defend herself or indeed debate anyone whom she deems a ‘denier’, the question of who won in the court of public opinion remains as open as the special relationship between the Third Reich and the Jewish Agency (1933-?), about which you can rest assured nothing was ever said publicly by Doctress Lipstadt. So apparently
ZIONISTS AND NAZIS HAVE A LONG HISTORY OF COMMON CAUSE AND COLLUSION
From the diary of the very first Zionist luminary Theodor Herzl to the HaAvara Agreement between Nazi and Zionist partisans to Jewish Neonazi Frank Collin, organizer of the Skokie uprising, it becomes clear that Jewish natio-socialists (i.e. Nazis) and other natio-socialists are highly interactive and even interchangeable!
Now what this doesn’t, doesn’t, doesn’t mean is that Zionists don’t get along with those other socialists whom we call Communists. Indeed, the Balfour Declaration was signed five days before the Bolshevik Revolution, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was the first power to recognize the State of Israel. It’s a big world, and academia keeps you in a cozy corner, totally alienated from what’s really going on in the world.