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I'm not quite sure what the question is. Do I approve of west Indians eating cat food? They could eat a cat's arse for all I care.

You're diverting the topic now Dearghoul. Allow it get back on track.
Does it mean you're a fascist if you say that?

Fascism is cited as a movement that brought 'mobs' onto the streets and used violence.

So how were they different to socialists or communist's who did exactly the same?
 

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You probably think that because you can't view history as a dispassionate historian.

Perhaps you should try stamp collecting instead.
I do both. I have lovely stamps from the Reich. You'd love them.
 

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I do both. I have lovely stamps from the Reich. You'd love them.
You may collect stamps but you don't view history dispassionately, you react as if the Wehrmacht were marching up your street.
 

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You may collect stamps but you don't view history dispassionately, you react as if the Wehrmacht were marching up your street.
If they were he wouldnt see them as he would be under the bed lying in his soiled underwear
 

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Anyway back on track.

Don't find Aaranovitch much to my taste.

His brother is supposed to be a good writer, but anyways, he makes a decent observation or two about yerwan in this:

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2003/aug/17/thefarright.uk
I share with my youngest daughter a liking for brother Ben Aaronovitch's fantasy techies, the Rivers of London series. Dr Who addicts mark him for half a dozen episodes. For the record, I've had the next in the sequence, The Hanging Tree, on order for some time: already twice postponed, its present publication date is early in the New Year.

David Aaronovitch's (I think, quite delightful and painfully honest) memoir of his parents, Party Animals, My Family and Other Communists, touches on Cable Street in Chapter 3: "Party Man and Party Wife".

This from pages 34-35:
At the end of 1934, at the age of fourteen, my father joined the Stepney branch of the Young Communist League. Ten years later, at the end of the war, Sam explained to a Party committee what had motivated his membership. 'Hatred of Fascisdm,' he replied. 'Hatred off capitalists who squeezed the blood out of my father and made Stepney the slum it is.' [...]

In 1936, when the British Union of Fascists and National Socialists decided to route one of their blackshirt parades down Cable Street, Sam acted as a runner for the comrades who were putting up barricades. The Fascists, famously, had to give up their procession. He was caught by the police while out with the whitewash squad and fined — his one conviction. With many of his older comrades leaving for Spain to fight on the Republican side in the Civil War (eight Stepney men died in Spain), he leafleted and raised money for the anti-fascist cause.
And this man, David Aaronovitch, is now taking the Murdoch mega-bucks.
 

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If you're sharing fantasies with your daughter perhaps its best you didn't tell the entire blogosphere.
As a successful lawyer, out of Fleet Street, and across the courts of southern England, she's well capable of dealing with mentalities such as shown by that.

But, of course, if you're of a Trumpian frame of mind, I'd recommend you keep it to yourself.
 

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For what it's worth, allow me a muse about the Blackshirts in East London.

Oh, and one last thing. As a result of a London copper escorting walking wounded, the residue of one of these Blackshirt do's, to Greenwich hospital, where the copper encountered a certain nurse, a marriage ensued. Thanks Mum and Dad.
Old Bonecrushers musings as usual have a very one sided slant on history.

Wasn't that Jeremy Corbyn's claim that his parents were at Cable Street, reminds me of how everyones dad, uncle, grandad liberated Bergen Belsen.

I just saw a load of lefties getting a good pasting from the rozzers, and they didn't need the blackshirts help so they sent them home.
 

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I see BBC Newsnight had a piece on about how people in the Czech Republic reject the idea that Shindler was saving Jews and also they are openly rejecting the witness stories about Sachsenhausen.

Their reporter had to stop filming at Sachsenhausen and the question was asked as to why there is an upswing in revisionism.

People were denying that Shindler saved any Jews and holocaust "denial" is widespread :)
 

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I see BBC Newsnight had a piece on about how people in the Czech Republic reject the idea that Shindler was saving Jews and also they are openly rejecting the witness stories about Sachsenhausen.

Their reporter had to stop filming at Sachsenhausen and the question was asked as to why there is an upswing in revisionism.

People were denying that Shindler saved any Jews and holocaust "denial" is widespread
Two points:
1. Anyone with a first-hand awareness of what happened at Kraków-Płaszów (where the survivors saved by Schindler originated) would now be octogenarian, at the very least.

2. Sachsenhausen was located near Oranienburg, well north of Berlin. The very nearest point to there from any point in the Czech Republic (say Liberec) cannot be greatly less than 315-320 kilometres — about the same as Derry to Waterford. Did a delegation of affronted Czechs flit that distance, across the national boundary, to make a protest?
 

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Two points:
1. Anyone with a first-hand awareness of what happened at Kraków-Płaszów (where the survivors saved by Schindler originated) would now be octogenarian, at the very least.

2. Sachsenhausen was located near Oranienburg, well north of Berlin. The very nearest point to there from any point in the Czech Republic (say Liberec) cannot be greatly less than 315-320 kilometres — about the same as Derry to Waterford. Did a delegation of affronted Czechs flit that distance, across the national boundary, to make a protest?
The people were second or third generation, I'm sure they have good reason for what they believe.

Yes, obviously the people near Sachsenhausen are the "deniers".
 

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Just looking at this lecture by Irving, he raises the fact that Hitler was initially bankrolled by two of the top Berlin bankers in 1928 who were both Jews. One of them was the leader of zionism in Germany.

A lot of money also came from French intelligence sources, French arms manufacturers and that the arms for the SS, SA and Brownshirts largely came from American arms manufacturers.

He unearthed this from corrospondence in TimeLife archives between Churchill and Heinrich Brunning from 1937.

[video=youtube;hzfeNKl-SFw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzfeNKl-SFw[/video]
 

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Speaking of the divil, Moncrief did a good piece with David Irving earlier on...


www.newstalk.com/player/embed.php?mediaType=podcast&id=162296'

He seems to be happy enough of late :)

David Irving ‏@IrvingBooks · 18 May 2011

Tour went very well. Not a single function canceled or disrupted by the enemy. Chalk one up to free speech.
 
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Although a few zionazis were let out for the day :(

David Irving ‏@IrvingBooks · 10 Apr 2011

David Irving is not at the Staybridge Suites in St. Louis. Please stop throwing bricks through their windows.
 

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No
... holocaust "denial" is widespread :)

Very true.

Anyway now we know the nazis were meth-addled, non compos, even invaded russia. :lol:


[video=youtube;KOxLk2IZPcg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOxLk2IZPcg[/video]
 

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Very true.

Anyway now we know the nazis were meth-addled, non compos, even invaded russia. :lol:


[video=youtube;KOxLk2IZPcg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOxLk2IZPcg[/video]
Typical "History channel" type low-grade, sensationalist tripe.

Did you hear Irving's interview http://www.newstalk.com/player/embed.php?mediaType=podcast&id=162296 ?

He took on the zionazi establishment by himself against the multi-million dollar holocaust industry.

They spent £13 million buying establishment historians.

The best British justice money can buy :(
 


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