Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
As Aryan Skynet readers are probably aware, the world of white nationalism lost one of its greats last month with the death of the populist publishing titan Willis Carto, a collaborator of figures ranging from William Pierce and Wilmot Robertson to David Duke and Michael Collins Piper and was the man behind such entities and publications as Liberty Lobby, Western Destiny, The Spotlight, the Institute for Historical Review, The Barnes Review, and American Free Press.
His influence within American and even international identitarianism and opposition to globalist Zionism is incalculable. As the laughable French-language TV smear job above illustrates, Carto was as active as anybody in World War II revisionism and 9/11 dissent – both indispensable endeavors in the unending work of freeing Europeans from the Hebraically imposed yoke of self-loathing and consequent geopolitical self-destruction.
American Free Press, in its November 9-16 issue, features a selection of letters offering reminiscences from Carto’s associates and admirers. An E.L. James (!) from Florida writes the following under the heading “Did they even catch the irony?”:
With billions of dollars of earnings and thousands of employees, The New York Times could have been a tad more careful in their scandalous obituary of Willis Carto’s legacy as a notorious “anti-Semite” and “holocaust” denier. The irony may be lost on their readers but not on the rest of us.
Just read their “correction” published on their website on Nov. 2, 2015: “An earlier version of this obituary misstated the estimated number of people killed at the Auschwitz concentration camp. It is 1.1 million, not 3 million.”
Even the self-described paper of record, winner of 117 Pulitzer Prizes, couldn’t avoid “denying the severity of the Holocaust” in its scourge of Carto. But the real laugher is, who do they think was integrally involved in getting that number changed through his publishing efforts and financial support of revisionists? The very Willis Carto they are flaying! No doubt, Willis was chuckling.
Even The New York Times, it ought to be noted, is itself participating in “Holocaust” revisionism in reporting the “1.1 million” figure, as the French War Crime Information Service had reported in 1945 that eight million prisoners died at Auschwitz, while the widely praised (and, surely, impeccably researched) documentary Night and Fog (1955) inflated the figure to a whopping nine million who lost their lives at the putative extermination facility. The Nuremberg proceedings, meanwhile, produced the less psychedelic figure of four million; but even this is a far cry from the Gray Lady’s obviously anti-Semitic agenda in reproducing the scurrilous “1.1 million” number!