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“Banned Book Week” 2011.09.24-10.01

by on 2011/09/17

“Banned Book Week” 2011.09.24-10.01

Every year around this time a pack of pathetic pedophiles/sodomites/perverts/whores/Jews get together and compile lists of “banned books” that are available in virtually every bookstore and library. They also often get together at their local library and pat each other on the back, and perform painfully bad, publicly-sanctioned readings from these “banned books”, and get a thrill out of being so outrageous. Many of these oh-so-outlaw events are funded by taxpayers.

From “Insatiable Book Sluts”, in a post that has been promoted on the WordPress Front Page:

Banned Books Week: What subversives are you reading?

Sex? Drugs? Non-white people??? I am so scandalized!

Firstly, I have to say that I am amazed that people are still fashed over The Color Purple and The Catcher in the Rye, but according to the ALA, both books made the top ten challenged books in 2009.  Also, can someone tell me why The Call of the Wild was banned/challenged?  Is there a human cannibalism scene that I don’t know about? (I never got around to reading Jack London, because I have a vagina.)

So, banned books week is nigh upon us; starting September 24 and ending October 1, it’s a supposedly naughty way to kick off the season of chills, thrills, and stuffing yourself to the gills.   My fellow bookslut is busily working on a piece about banned books […]

http://insatiablebooksluts.wordpress.com/2011/09/13/banned-books-week-what-subversives-are-you-reading/

A few suggestions for these sluts:

  • Shlomo Avineri, Moses Hess. Prophet of Communism and Zionism
  • A.R. Butz, Hoax of the Twentieth Century
  • Robert Faurisson, Is The Diary of Anne Frank Genuine?
  • Robert Faurisson (ed. Serge Thion), Vérité historique ou vérité politique: le dossier de l’affaire Faurisson : la question des chambres à gaz (1980)
  • Robert Faurisson, Réponse à Pierre Vidal-Naquet (1982)
  • Robert Faurisson, “Chronique sèche de l’Épuration – Exécutions sommaires dans quelques communes de Charente limousine”, Revue d’Histoire révisionniste, no. 4, February-April 1991.
  • Robert Faurisson, Réponse à Jean-Claude Pressac (1993)
  • Robert Faurisson, Écrits révisionnistes (1974-1998), 4 volumes (1999)
  • Robert Faurisson & Siegfried Verbeke: Het «Dagboek» van Anne Frank: een kritische benadering
  • Jürgen Graf, Concentration Camp Majdanek: A Historical and Technical Study
  • Jürgen Graf, Concentration Camp Stutthof: And Its Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy
  • Jürgen Graf, The Giant With Feet of Clay: Raul Hilberg and his Standard Work on the Holocaust
  • Jürgen Graf, Holocaust or Hoax? The Arguments
  • J. Graf, T. Kues, C. Mattogno, Sobibor: Holocaust Propaganda and Reality
  • Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf
  • David L. Hoggan, The Myth of the Six Million
  • David Irving, The Destruction of Dresden (1963)
  • David Irving, The Mare’s Nest (1964)
  • David Irving, The Virus House (1967)
  • David Irving, The Destruction of Convoy PQ17 (1967)
  • David Irving, Accident: The Death of General Sikorski (1967)
  • David Irving, Breach of Security (1968)
  • David Irving, The Rise and Fall of the Luftwaffe: a biography of Erhard Milch (1973)
  • David Irving, Hitler’s War (1977)
  • David Irving, The Trail of the Fox: a biography of Erwin Rommel (1977)
  • David Irving, The War Path (1978)
  • David Irving, The War Between the Generals (1981)
  • David Irving, Uprising! (1981)
  • David Irving, The Secret Diaries of Hitler’s Doctor (1983)
  • David Irving, The German Atomic Bomb: The History of Nuclear Research in Nazi Germany (1983)
  • David Irving, Der Morgenthau Plan 1944-45 (1986)
  • David Irving, War between the Generals (1986)
  • David Irving, Hess, the Missing Years (1987)
  • David Irving, Churchill’s War (1987)
  • David Irving, Göring (1989)
  • David Irving, Das Reich hört mit (1989)
  • David Irving, Hitler’s War (revised edition, incorporating The War Path, 1991)
  • David Irving, Apocalypse 1945, The Destruction of Dresden, updated and revised edition (1995)
  • David Irving, Der unbekannte Dr. Goebbels (1995)
  • David Irving, Goebbels: Mastermind of the Third Reich (1996)
  • David Irving, Nuremberg: The Last Battle
  • David Irving, Churchill’s War Volume II: Triumph in Adversity (1997)
  • David Irving, Rommel: The Trail of the Fox, Wordsworth Military Library; Limited edition (1999)
  • David Irving, Hitler’s War and the War Path (2002)
  • Arthur Jeffrey, The Foreign Vocabulary of the Qur’an (1938)
  • Arthur Jeffrey, Islam: Muhammad and His Religion (1958)
  • R. Kammerer, A. Solms (eds.), A Scientific Sensation: The Rudolf Report
  • Fred A. Leuchter, Robert Faurisson, and Germar Rudolf, The Leuchter Reports: Critical Edition
  • Carlo Mattogno, Auschwitz: The Case for Sanity
  • Carlo Mattogno, Belzec
  • Paul Rassinier, The Real Eichmann Trial
  • Germar Rudolf (ed.), Dissecting the Holocaust
  • Germar Rudolf, Lectures on the Holocaust
  • Germar Rudolf, The Rudolf Report
  • Shlomo Sand, The Invention of the Jewish People
  • Shlomo Sand, The Words and the Land: Israeli Intellectuals and the Nationalist Myth
  • Georges M. Theil: Heresy in Twenty-First Century France
  • Udo Walendy, Forged War Crimes Malign the German Nation
  • Charles E. Weber, The ‘Holocaust’: 120 questions and answers
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