Heroic WWII Historian Dr. Robert Faurisson Has Died: His ‘Sin’ Was Noticing Forensic Discrepancies In The Holocaust Narrative
“The Gayssot Act was a statute passed in France in 1990, which prohibited any Holocaust
revisionism [forensic historical analysis] and served as the basis for removing Dr. Faurisson from his university position. Dr. Faurisson challenged the legality of the statute, as it violated his civil, political, and human rights under international law, but the Gayssot Act was upheld by the “Human Rights” committee as being necessary to counter any possible anti-Jewish sentiment.“
Dr. Robert Faurisson
Dr. Robert Faurisson (1929 – 2018) was born in England to a French father and a Scottish mother, and spent his adult life in France. There he was hounded and persecuted for 40 years due to his outspoken views, which were backed up by scholarly research. He vehemently denied the existence of homicidal gas chambers and pointed out the fraudulent nature of Anne Frank’s Diary, acting as a serious thorn in the side of Holocaust promoters around the world.
Dr. Faurisson published his work in the Journal of Historical Review, sent letters to French newspapers, such as Le Monde, and was active on a number of internet sites, detailing exactly why he “denied” the Holocaust. His pioneering work led to professional terminations and vicious assaults upon his person by Talmudic terrorists.
Faurisson became familiar to a wider audience through the publication of three letters in French newspaper Le Monde between December 1978 and February 1979. In these articles he maintained that the so-called gas chambers were actually drawn and labeled as being functional “morgues” (Leichenkeller) on their genuine plans. Faurisson claimed that the alleged “Weapons of Massive Destruction” of the so-called death camps have never existed. Faurisson doubted also the existence of a master plan for the systematic murder of Jews. Because of the aggressive Zionist influence in France, even in administrative area, he was removed from his academic position at the Central French Institution for Education by Correspondence under the allegation that his safety couldn’t be warranted anymore at the University of Lyon. In 1989 his jaw was broken during one of a number of physical attacks that have been made against him by Jewish terrorists who were never pursued by the French police. In 1990 (according to some reports 1991) he retired from the civil service.
The Gayssot Act was a statute passed in France in 1990, which prohibited any Holocaust revisionism and served as the basis for removing Dr. Faurisson from his university position. Dr. Faurisson challenged the legality of the statute, as it violated his civil, political, and human rights under international law, but the Gayssot Act was upheld by the “Human Rights” committee as being necessary to counter any possible anti-jewish sentiment. Dr. Faurisson was again on trial in 2006 after giving an interview to an Iranian TV station regarding his views on the so-called Holocaust. This resulted in a three-month probationary sentence and a fine of €7,500. Robert Faurisson remained defiant until his last days. Robert’s brother Jean reported:
I regret to inform you that my brother Robert passed away yesterday, Sunday the 21st of October, at about 19:00h. Just as he entered through the door of his home in Vichy returning from a trip to his birth place in Shepperton (UK), he collapsed presumably because of a massive heart stroke. There had been meetings with friends which were interrupted twice violently by opponents of his views.
This courageous man, in his 90th year in this world, was aggressively confronted by “politically correct” cretins at the Shepperton Hotel, which likely led to his heart attack. Here is a video about the meeting by French revisionist in exile Vincent Reynouard.
Dr. Robert Faurisson was a heroic truth-teller who paid the price for holding unpopular, illegal views, but he continued onward regardless. He would not be cowed into submission. He would not renounce his positions in return for an easy life. He will be remembered for his bravery. He has inspired many truth-tellers and will continue to inspire many more to come. May we continue his life’s work and enlighten this world ruled by darkness and deceit.
Thank you for your work, Dr. Robert Faurisson.
The fight continues on our shoulders.