(GLARING Hypocrisy) On Sunday, November 6 we interviewed Vincent Reynouard, a prolific WWII historian from France but presently living in exile in England. Vincent is particularly known for his work debunking the “Holocaust” and Oradour-sur-Glane lies. On Friday, November 4 Vincent was sentenced in Paris to 5 months in prison and ordered to pay 4,000 euros in fines for “disputing a crime against humanity” in two videos posted online in December 2014.
Vincent needs your help right now! He’s lost pretty much everything but his absolute commitment to speaking truth in the face of monstrous lies; and, the Jew World Order has so crippled his ability to earn his livelihood over the years that he can’t afford to heat his (rented) home despite it being very cold in Britain as we head into winter.
Additional resources — including links to Vincent’s website, his monthly newletter, YouTube channel, etc. — are likewise included within the YouTube video description. For details on how to write to Vincent via email or snail mail, or to send him a donation, please refer to the last page of the November issue of his newsletter (French, PDF). There you’ll find the name of his bank account (Sans Concession) and the corresponding IBAN and BIC numbers.
An English version of Vincent’s newsletter is also going to be published monthly. His goal is to get at least 200 subscribers so he’ll be able to focus more of his precious time on his historical work rather than scrambling to make ends meet by way of privately tutoring students. Let’s help him reach that goal. Please share this post and video widely to help get them into the hands of as many folk as possible.
You can also listen here to our September 25th interview with Vincent and his translator, Valerie.
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