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Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel dead at 78
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Joe Cooper
2017-08-09 06:24:30 UTC
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A notorious Holocaust denier who lived in Canada for decades before being
deported to Germany to face prosecution has died, according to a statement
from his wife Ingrid Zundel.

Ernst Zundel died Sunday at home in Germany after he was found unconscious
by his sister Sigrid, the statement says.

Zundel was born in Germany, but later moved to Canada, where he operated a
business and published Nazi propaganda before being convicted of "spreading
false news" in 1985.

Read more: http://bit.ly/2fsdh5I

Holocaust denying trash flushed down history's toilet
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"The Marxists, communists and fascists of the Democrat Party have launched
a strategy of deception, projection, and a new generation of brown shirts
who fanatically believe that their violence is honorable, and necessary, to
save America from some kind of a Fourth Reich perpetrated by the GOP."
(Douglas Gibbs )
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2017-08-25 23:02:14 UTC
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Post by Joe Cooper
A notorious Holocaust denier who lived in Canada for decades before being
deported to Germany to face prosecution has died, according to a statement
from his wife Ingrid Zundel.
Ernst Zundel died Sunday at home in Germany after he was found unconscious
by his sister Sigrid, the statement says.
Zundel was born in Germany, but later moved to Canada, where he operated a
business and published Nazi propaganda before being convicted of "spreading
false news" in 1985.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2fsdh5I
Holocaust denying trash flushed down history's toilet
--
"The Marxists, communists and fascists of the Democrat Party have launched
a strategy of deception, projection, and a new generation of brown shirts
who fanatically believe that their violence is honorable, and necessary, to
save America from some kind of a Fourth Reich perpetrated by the GOP."
(Douglas Gibbs )
Zundel left his native Germany in the 1950s to avoid arrest and prosecution for draft evasion.He refused to serve in the German army.
Из Алматы
2017-08-26 13:09:24 UTC
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Post by Joe Cooper
A notorious Holocaust denier who lived in Canada for decades before being
deported to Germany to face prosecution has died, according to a statement
from his wife Ingrid Zundel.
Ernst Zundel died Sunday at home in Germany after he was found unconscious
by his sister Sigrid, the statement says.
Zundel was born in Germany, but later moved to Canada, where he operated a
business and published Nazi propaganda before being convicted of "spreading
false news" in 1985.
Read more: http://bit.ly/2fsdh5I
Holocaust denying trash flushed down history's toilet
--
"The Marxists, communists and fascists of the Democrat Party have launched
a strategy of deception, projection, and a new generation of brown shirts
who fanatically believe that their violence is honorable, and necessary, to
save America from some kind of a Fourth Reich perpetrated by the GOP."
(Douglas Gibbs )
Zundel left his native Germany in the 1950s to avoid arrest and prosecution
for draft evasion.He refused to serve in the German army.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ernst_Z%C3%BCndel#Background
Zundel: If you are fishing for any political information, my father was a
Social Democrat, my mother a simple Christian woman. Her father had been a
union organizer in Bavaria, and of the >garment workers' union. His name
got him into trouble because it was Isadore Mayer and, of course, he was
called Izzy by his people and the people thought he ...
Yecheskeli: Was Jewish?
Zundel: No, I don't ... don't think so.
Yecheskeli: Are you sure there's no Jewish blood in your family?
Zundel: No.
Interesting
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2017-08-27 09:23:47 UTC
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Post by Joe Cooper
Zundel: If you are fishing for any political information, my father was a
Social Democrat, my mother a simple Christian woman. Her father had been a
union organizer in Bavaria, and of the >garment workers' union. His name
got him into trouble because it was Isadore Mayer and, of course, he was
called Izzy by his people and the people thought he ...
Yecheskeli: Was Jewish?
Zundel: No, I don't ... don't think so.
Yecheskeli: Are you sure there's no Jewish blood in your family?
Zundel: No.
Not that I am a antisemite but it is Interesting because the garment and
textile industry has always been dominated by jews. Zundel the jew? LOL
BummBumm
2017-09-08 05:04:45 UTC
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Post by Joe Cooper
Zundel: If you are fishing for any political information, my father was a
Social Democrat, my mother a simple Christian woman. Her father had been a
union organizer in Bavaria, and of the >garment workers' union. His name
got him into trouble because it was Isadore Mayer and, of course, he was
called Izzy by his people and the people thought he ...
Yecheskeli: Was Jewish?
Zundel: No, I don't ... don't think so.
Yecheskeli: Are you sure there's no Jewish blood in your family?
Zundel: No.
Not that I am a antisemite but it is Interesting because the garment and
textile industry has always been dominated by jews. Zundel the jew? LOL
May had Jew blood in him!
Mayer, Jewish name , I think!
God bless his soul!

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