Friday, May 22, 2015

Warren Routledge on "Elie Wiesel, holocaust high priest"; Activist Angel offers words of wisdom

Friday 5/22 - Listen live - 8 to 10 pm Eastern on Revolution Radio: http://www.freedomslips.com/  - click on the "Studio B" button. To be rebroadcast Sunday 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Eastern on http://NoLiesRadio.org  and then archived at the usual spot.

First hour: Warren Routledge, an American scholar who has been forced to remain anonymous due to Zionist terrorist domination of academia, discusses his new book Elie Wiesel, Night, The Memory Cult, and The Rise of Revisionism. The book chronicles the strange career of one of the magnates of the Holocaust Industry, Elie Wiesel, whose tales of Auschwitz and Buchenwald may be more fiction than autobiography.

Second hour: Activist Angel does excellent alternative journalism at the Truth vs. News show on Seattle Community Media. He's also a first-rate comedian and entertainer.  We'll discuss all the hot button issues. Bonus: AA wants to offer his opinion on my recent clashes with False Flag Weekly News colleague Jim Fetzer. Don't miss it!
Activist Angel

5 comments:

  1. Hi Kevin,

    I just started listening to your interview with Warren Routledge, and he began by pointing out that Elie Wiesel in his book had the wrong date for Passover in 1944. He used this as an example of how Wiesel's "chronology is totally botched up."

    Routledge said Wiesel had mentioned being sent to a camp in April, a week or so after Passover, when in fact Passover didn't occur until May that year.

    I Googled it and every source I've found says that Passover week began on April 8 in 1944. For instance:

    http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/?year=1944&country=34
    http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/?year=1944&v=1&month=4&yt=G&nx=on&i=off&maj=on&min=on&mod=on&c=off


    It looks like the end of Passover week may rarely extend into early May, but Passover never starts that late:
    http://www.angelfire.com/pa2/passover/passoverdate.html

    It's disturbing and ironic that Routledge could make a blunder like that in trying to expose Wiesel's alleged blunders.


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  2. Thanks for this info. Is this the first time you brought a revisionist onto Pacifica? Back in the 1990s, I never thought that could happen!

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  3. Hi Kevin,

    I just started listening to your interview with Warren Routledge, and he began by pointing out that Elie Wiesel in his book had the wrong date for Passover in 1944. He used this as an example of how Wiesel's "chronology is totally botched up."

    Routledge said Wiesel had mentioned being sent to a camp in April, a week or so after Passover, when in fact Passover didn't occur until May that year.

    I Googled it and every source I've found says that Passover week began on April 8 in 1944. For instance:

    http://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/?year=1944&country=34
    http://www.hebcal.com/hebcal/?year=1944&v=1&month=4&yt=G&nx=on&i=off&maj=on&min=on&mod=on&c=off


    It looks like the end of Passover week may rarely extend into early May, but Passover never starts that late:
    http://www.angelfire.com/pa2/passover/passoverdate.html

    It's disturbing and ironic that Routledge could make a blunder like that in trying to expose Wiesel's alleged blunders.

    Do you have a means by which I might contact Mr. Routledge about this anomaly? I wanted to buy his book, but not before I check this out.

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  4. From Warren Routledge:

    I suggest you check out what I wrote about these matters in my book. I also recommend that you read what Wiesel himself wrote in 1958.
    Start with the Stella Rodway translation (1960), which is based on the original French text of 1958. Over the years, the fact that Wiesel left Sighet in May and then arrived at Auschwitz in April caused very much confusion among students and anguish among teachers charged with brain washing them about Wiesel's book. How could he leave in May and get there in April?
    Not to worry, along came Wiesel's wife in 2006 with a new "translation" of the phrase “c’était une belle journée d’avril” to describe his first morning in Auschwitz. Being a partner in crime with her husband, his wife simply translated those words as "a beautiful morning in May." [Rodway had: "a beautiful day in April."
    [This is one of about a half-dozen critical and deliberate "mistakes" that Marion Wiesel makes in her "translation," never bothering to tell the kids who are being forced to read this book as part of their "education" that they are being scammed.]
    Presto, changeo, the problem went away, but there is no footnote provided to let students know that they are being scammed. Even worse, one of America's most respected publishing houses goes along with this deceit. Why? Wiesel is their best-selling author. .
    Once the Rodway translation sells out, it will not be reprinted. The same company owns the rights to both versions.
    Bottom line; propaganda needs will win, truth will lose.
    Thank you again for your interest in my book.

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  5. "the fact that Wiesel left Sighet in May and then arrived at Auschwitz in April"

    Amazing how all you can come up with is, a person going though The most traumatic point in his life, that he got the "dates" wrong... Wow that is intellectually and scholarly right!

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