Hundreds of important books on the Holocaust by revisionist scholars have suddenly been been banned by Amazon on instructions from angry rabbis in Israel (see video at the end of this article) and from Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem.
Even books not directly relating to the Holocaust, but pertaining to Jewish affairs during WWII, have been included in the mass ban. Revisionist scholar Germar Rudolf has given a complete list of these books (see below) and it’s highly likely more volumes will be added to this growing list of “forbidden books” in the days ahead.
A reliable source informs me that several thousand volumes have been shredded or put through incinerators at Amazon, but this is hard to verify. This has to be one of the greatest acts of cultural vandalism perpetrated within recent times. In characteristic Orwellian fashion, many historical facts are being “flushed down the memory hole” and false factoids put in their place — like the fairy tales spun by Elie Wiesel, e.g., Jewish blood gushing from the ground in geysers (picture).
But the Israelis are not so easily convinced, unfortunately.
Now that it has been denied a nice chunk of Syrian territory (as a buffer zone, of course), Israel has set its sights once again on Lebanon.
Former U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney pointed us to Israel’s Plan B:
The western media has completely ignored Israel’s role in the conflict, but Israel has never denied that it periodically bombs Syria:
Netanyahu has said that Israel has carried out dozens of strikes to prevent weapons smuggling to the Iranian-backed Lebanese group Hezbollah via Syria.
Or as the Times of Israel puts it:
Despite Russia’s alliance with Iran and Hezbollah in Syria, Israel has reportedly carried out a number of airstrikes against weapons convoys heading to Lebanon, vowing that it won’t let advanced missile systems or chemical weapons fall into Hezbollah’s hands.
Moscow has repeatedly stated that Hezbollah has played a decisive role in combating ISIS and other terrorist groups in Syria — which will make any future Israeli war against Hezbollah a serious diplomatic crisis.
Last year, Press TV cited the Beirut-based al-Akhbar broadsheet, saying unnamed US officials warned about Israeli plans for war on Lebanon, a decade after its last aggression – embarrassed by Hezbollah fighters at the time, perhaps seeking an excuse for revenge.On March 11, Haaretz interviewed extremist Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett. Suggesting another possible war on Lebanon, he said its “institutions…infrastructure, airport, power stations, traffic junctions, Lebanese Army bases – they should all be legitimate targets. (Lebanon should be) sen(t) back to the Middle Ages.”
Collective punishment is official policy. Israel’s Dahiya doctrine reflects it, named after the Beirut suburb the IDF destroyed in 2006.In 2008, then IDF Northern Commander, its current chief of staff, Gadi Eisenkot explained:“What happened in the Dahiya quarter of Beirut in 2006 will happen in every village from which Israel is fired on.”“We will apply disproportionate force at the heart of the enemy’s weak spot (civilians) and cause great damage and destruction.”“From our standpoint, these are not civilian villages (towns or cities). They are military bases. This is not a recommendation. This is a plan. And it has been approved.”The same applies to Gaza. Three Israeli wars of aggression since December 2008 caused mass destruction and slaughter, civilians harmed most.Retired General Giora Eiland believes Israel’s war strategy should destroy “the national infrastructure and (inflict) intense suffering among the population.”
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