A collection of video clips
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Robert Faurisson on historical lies
Professor Faurisson explains his views on historical lies including the existence of homicidal gas chambers. But how many people have even heard of the Zundel trials that exposed so many Holocaust lies?
Faurisson at the 10th IHR Conference - part 1
Professor Robert Faurisson speaks at the 10th International Revisionist Conference in 1990.
part 2 of 2
Robert Faurisson visits Sweden 1992 - the video
Professor Faurisson gives a thorough introduction to the Revisionist arguments. Video produced by Radio Islam. Also contains appearance of Ahmed Rami. (From Part 1 parts 2-9 can be accessed)
Robert Faurisson speech at the Tehran Holocaust Conference 2006 - "The Victories of Revisionism" - part 1
Robert Faurisson speech at the Tehran Holocaust Conference 2006 - "The Victories of Revisionism" - part 2
Prof. Robert Faurisson in his own words - part 1 of 6
Prof. Robert Faurisson - part 2 of 6
Prof. Robert Faurisson - part 3 of 6
Prof. Robert Faurisson - part 4 of 6
Prof. Robert Faurisson - part 5 of 6
Prof. Robert Faurisson - part 6 of 6
Chomsky: Faurisson & and the Freedom of Speech
Extract of "Noam Chomsky, les Médias et les Illusions Nécessaires" (1993). Notice all the Jews harrassing Chomsky just for his position that Faurisson should have the right to express his views.
Dieudonné-Faurisson appearance at Zenith Theatre in Paris, France 2008
Faurisson appears at c:a 2:20 into the clip.
Outrage at French comics award for Holocaust denier
By John Lichfield in Paris
Sunday, 28 December 2008
The black French comedian Dieudonné provoked outrage at the weekend by giving a "heroism" award to a veteran Holocaust denier.
Dieudonné, who is known for making anti-Semitic remarks in his shows, handed the spoof award for "social unacceptability and insolence" to Robert Faurisson, an academic with a string of convictions for denying the existence of Nazi death camps in the Second World War. Among the audience of 5,000 at Le Zénith theatre in Paris were the far-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen, several figures of the far left and a popular television host, Julien Lepers.
A stagehand dressed as a Jewish deportee with a yellow star on his chest gave M. Faurisson the award.
Dieudonné full name Dieudonné M'bala M'bala was once a kind of French Lenny Henry. Born to Cameroonian and Breton parents, his stand-up comedy satirised racial prejudices, including those of whites and blacks. However, in the past five years, his shows have come to symbolise some say foment a new strain of anti-Semitism in France among Arab and black youths and on the "white" far left.
Dieudonné said: "I don't agree with all [M. Faurisson's] ideas. But for me, what counts most of all is freedom of expression."