$13.00 – $43.50
A book on the legacy of Ernst Zündel, with a focus on the evidence presented during the Second Zündel Trial in Toronto in 1988. In this book, you can read all about the Herculean struggle of Ernst Zündel, as narrated by himself. It contains a brief autobiography, an overview of the evidence presented during the First Zündel Trial, detailed summaries of the testimonies heard during the Second Zündel Trial, and a description of the trial’s aftermath.
$8.00 – $78.00
What if a man and a woman wear the same style of healthy and safe early-morning outdoor workout clothes? The woman gets applause for it, and the man gets arrested for causing “moral turpitude”. Men and women are treated equally, except where they are not…
The world’s first independent biography of Elie Wiesel shines the light of truth on this mythomaniac who has transformed the word “Holocaust” into the brand name of the world’s greatest hoax. Here, both Wiesel’s personal deceits and the whole myth of “the six million” are laid bare for the reader’s perusal. It shows how Zionist control of the U.S. Government as well as the nation’s media and academic apparatus has allowed Wiesel and his fellow extremists to force a string of U.S. presidents to genuflect before this imposter as symbolic acts of subordination to World Jewry, while simultaneously forcing U.S. school children to submit to Holocaust brainwashing by their teachers…
$10.00 – $75.00
German-born revisionist writer and publisher Germar Rudolf describes which events made him convert from a Holocaust believer to a Holocaust skeptic. This in turn unleashed a tsunami of persecution against him: loss of his job, denied PhD exam, destruction of his family, driven into exile, slandered by the mass media, literally hunted, caught, put on a show trial where filing motions to introduce evidence is illegal under the threat of further prosecution, and finally locked up in prison for years for nothing else than his peaceful yet controversial scholarly writings. In several essays, Rudolf takes the reader on a journey through an absurd world of government and societal persecution which most of us could never even fathom actually exists.
$12.00 – $80.00
Germar Rudolf is back—with a powerful message: resist the oppressors! This is his report about his trials and tribulations in Germany. In it, he tells more than just his story. It is a beacon of freedom and human dignity, of dissent and civil disobedience against the tyrants who want to force us to believe in fairy tales used to justify past and future wars and mass slaughters…
$6.00 – $16.00
A collection of revisionist essays written for and dedicated to French scholar Prof. em. Dr. Robert Faurisson on occasion of his 75th birthday. This book describes and celebrates the man and his work.