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Vincent Reynouard - Adolf Hitler and Horst Mahler, two heroes

Postby phdnm » 4 days 3 hours ago (Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:49 pm)

Vincent Reynouard - Adolf Hitler et Horst Mahler, deux héros - Adolf Hitler and Horst Mahler, two heroes


In this short editorial, Vincent Reynouard congratulates Horst Mahler who fled before German "Justice" came to arrest him and threw him in prison. When the laws are unjust and "justice" a comedy, then we must disobey and say "damn" to the institution responsible for applying them ...

Reynouard then highlights the political evolution of the German advocate of communism to National Socialism. Hitler was born on April 20, and the author quotes two articles which appeared on April 20, 1941 to mark the anniversary (one by German minister Walter Funk and one by French collaborationist Marcel Déat).

Finally, Reynouard exhumed a totally forgotten article by Pierre-Antoine Cousteau, published January 19, 1945, which denounced (with humor but without concession) the cynical hypocrisy of the Allies.

https://archive.org/details/VincentReyn ... rTwoHeroes



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Re: Vincent Reynouard - Adolf Hitler and Horst Mahler, two heroes

Postby PotPie » 3 days 15 hours ago (Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:31 pm)

http://www.dw.com/en/holocaust-denying- ... a-38519514

I don't think he'll get asylum anywhere in the developed world. They're too busy pandering to Muslims and homosexuals.


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