An unprecedented conference entitled, “Academic Freedom: Are there Limits to Inquiry? JFK, 9/11 and the Holocaust”, was held at the University of Illinois UC, Illini Union, Room 314A, from 9 AM-6 PM/CT on 26 April 2014.
A new poll taken by ADL reports that about 50% under age of 35 are unaware of Holocaust and its causing Zionists to go into fits as their Holocaust Card gambit goes impotent against the forces of humanity.
Ilya Ehrenburg: “Germans are not human beings. Henceforth the word German means to us the most terrible curse. From now on the word German will trigger your rifle…If you have not killed at least one German a day, you have wasted that day.”
There was a time when I admired Kevin Ryan, who lost his job with Underwriters Laboratories by exposing that UL had certified the steel used in the construction of the Twin Towers to 2,000*F for three or four hours without suffering any adverse effects by weakening or melting.
Lucy Dawidowicz: “Our sense of being Jews and therefore being different from non-Jews were nurtured in me and my sister from infancy. We were raised to know that the world was divided into two irreconcilable groups: We and They.”
It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God said Jesus and nailed the topic in an awesome reminder that both Hebrew*and Aramaic heavily rely on exaggerations and graphic metaphors to transfer messages compactly.
Well, my historian should be like that: fearless, incorruptible, frank, a friend of free speech and the truth, determined, as the comic poet puts it, to call figs figs and a tub a tub, indulging neither hatred nor friendship, sparing nobody, not showing pity or shame or diffidence, an unbiased judge, kindly to everyone up to the point of not allowing one side more than it deserves, a stranger without a stake in his writings, independent, serving no king, not taking into account what any man will think, but simply saying what happened.”