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We have a bunch of winners

Monday, October 31, 2005

Announcing the winners of our 2nd Annual David McCalden Most Macabre Halloween Holocaust Tale Challenge! First place goes to Charles Krafft, second place to William Comer, and honorable mention to Simon Gilford. In one respect, though, the real winner was Germar Rudolf, who was named by each of our winning contestants as the person to whom the prize money should be sent. So, Germar's legal defense fund is $250 richer, thanks to these three fine gentlemen. Of course, it didn't seem right to send Germar money without remembering Ernst Zundel, so we're kicking in an extra $250 for Zundel's defense fund, too.


New archive material on-line

Saturday, October 29, 2005

It's going to be a huge project, but HHP is going to try to put the contents of the 11-volume Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression documentation on-line here. This material is sort-of available elsewhere on-line, but there are annoying mistakes and gaps in the presentation. HHP is not claiming to be perfect, but documentation this important should be properly presented, and we're going to try out best to see that it is. This will be a long-term project, so don't expect to have the entire set available overnight.


Germar Rudolf jailed

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Germar Rudolf and his wife go to the Chicago office of the INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) for a marriage interview. It goes well and ends with the INS certifying that their marriage is real. As they are about to leave, however, two officers of the INS appear and claim that Germar had been sent a letter instructing him to appear at their Chicago office for photographing and fingerprinting, and that he has not complied. Neither Germar nor his lawyer received such a letter, and they have not been shown a copy of it. The failure to appear would not in itself have brought any drastic action; in fact, the INS had had him photographed and fingerprinted long ago at the FBI office in Huntsville, AL. What exacerbates the situation is that recently the German government has made its second request for his extradition and some clerk at the INS, assuming the matter involved a real criminal case, flagged his file. In any case, Germar is detained and sent to a jail about 50 miles from Chicago.

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Was it something we said?

Monday, October 17, 2005

According to the statistics for recent visits, 66 of the last 100 visitors to the site live outside the United States. Here's the breakdown:

NumCityRegionCountry Name
3--Korea, Republic Of
3SydneyNew South WalesAustralia
3AdelaideSouth AustraliaAustralia
2--United Kingdom
1Alice SpringsNorthern TerritoryAustralia
1LondonEnglandUnited Kingdom
1VancouverBritish ColumbiaCanada
1KievKyyiv, MistoUkraine
1--United Kingdom
1LeedsEnglandUnited Kingdom
1St. AndrewsScotlandUnited Kingdom
1HelsinkiEtela-suomen LaaniFinland
1LondonEnglandUnited Kingdom
1LondonEnglandUnited Kingdom
1KuwaitAl KuwaytKuwait


New blog, new guest blogger

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Bradley Smith of CODOH fame has a new weblog (AKA blog). He was doing fine by himself, but now he's going to invite others to contribute, starting with yours truly. Check it out.


New What's New page

Saturday, October 01, 2005

We're experimenting with a new format for this page, using Google's Blogger technology.



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