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The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Lady Michèle Renouf, Part 2 of 2

July 26, 2010

Lady Michèle Renouf

Topics include:

  • Why Israel has no “right to exist”
  • Attendance and talk before Pres. Ahmadinajad at Iran Conference in June
  • The Jewish Republic of Birobidjan and the UN
  • And more

About Lady Michèle Renouf

Lady Michèle Renouf is an international advertising actress who became a human rights campaigner and filmmaker under her Telling Films label. She has become a controversial, internationally noted personality since 2000 due to her support of Holocaust revisionists such as David Irving and Fredrick Töben during their legal defenses. Her main Web site is jewishrepublic.com.

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20 Responses to “The Heretics’ Hour: Interview with Lady Michèle Renouf, Part 2 of 2”

  1. Jon Walker on July 26th, 2010 11:20 pm

    [gossip deleted]

    See, jews are quick to try and destroy the credibility of Finkelstein. Finkelstein is actively involved in B’TSelem. What has Renouf ever done, but talk a sweet talking game?…She’s NOT on the front line.

    When has Renouf ever got there and fought for the Palestinians? Even once against the zionist regime? Never. She’s just a talking point.

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  2. Akira on July 27th, 2010 4:18 am

    Dear M,

    Birobijan is in Russia. Russia. Lots of American and Zionist Entity Jews could go there by right, with some paperwork, but only a minority of Jews in the world.

    + + +

    I think it’s important to point out to as many people as possible that Zionism does not mean “a homeland for the Jews”.

    Elder of Zion Herzl defined Zionism:

    “A homeland for the Jews, under the protection of the world powers.”

    In other words, it is, by definition, a parasite state.

  3. Jon Walker on July 27th, 2010 10:28 am

    Thank you VOR for censoring comments out critical of Lady Renouf. Way to go. You’ve become that which you despise. Funny how that works, eh?

  4. Carolyn on July 27th, 2010 2:23 pm

    Jon Walker writes: Finkelstein is actively involved in B’TSelem.

    B’TSelem accepts the occupation and just tries to make it more humane. This is a totally different outlook than Renouf’s.

    From their website: B’TSELEM – The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories was established in 1989 by a group of prominent academics, attorneys, journalists, and Knesset members. It endeavors to document and educate the Israeli public and policymakers about human rights violations in the Occupied Territories, combat the phenomenon of denial prevalent among the Israeli public, and help create a human rights culture in Israel.

  5. James on July 27th, 2010 3:11 pm

    Jon Walker

    She’s done abit.

    http://www.smh.com.au/world/lady-renouf-backs-renegade-bishop-20090226-8jae.html

    She also went and supported Fredrick Toben (German Australian holocaust denier) all the way though his trails in Australia. I think also when he was arrested overseas she also went over to help him.

    I don’t know all that much about her though.

  6. johnUK on July 27th, 2010 3:18 pm

    What exactly is the point of promoting Birobijan when 99% of the Jews in Israel have as much connection to it as they do to Tokyo or Beijing?

    Birobijan was essentially created for Jewish support for the USSR during the 30′s as an alternative to Jewish support for Zionism which was a failed experiment that today consists of a Jewish minority of 2% of the population.

    XL Report: Birobidzhan

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3vhaM58ohU

    And I don’t see how if there is a Jewish state or not really changes anything and why we should care about the Palestinians.

    Palestinian groups with their Islamic cohorts don’t mind ethnically cleansing and supported the creation of Muslims states that historically never existed over the historical Christian inhabitants in Bosnia, Kosovo and Chechnya.

    I would like to promote a homeland for all those mostly illegal Kosovo Albanians in Kosovo. It’s a place called Albania and it just over the border.

  7. johnUK on July 27th, 2010 3:24 pm

    What happened to Mathew Raphael Johnsons radio program The Orthodox Nationalist?

  8. Jon Walker on July 28th, 2010 3:19 am

    I know she’s done quite a bit. But pushing away potential allies (especially when they come from the enemies camp) is highly questionable, IMHO.

    [Edit: Sorry, you are free to criticize the show, but we are not interested in your disapproval of minor Internet personae. We prefer to stay aloof of the drama. I hope you understand. -Mike]

  9. Jon Walker on July 28th, 2010 3:41 am

    My posts are not being updated immediately so I cannot state my position.

  10. Chris on July 28th, 2010 5:52 am

    Although Lady Renouf’s active support for free speech issues is commendable it appears her anti-Zionism comes as a package deal with a turgid “noble savage” philo-arabism.

    Personally, if we have to shove the Jews into some sort of state it is better that it be in the Middle East, hence making it an arab problem, rather than Birobidjan and making it a European problem. I mean, the last time the jews lived in Russia in didn’t work out so well, did it?

    And what’s this nonsense about the moral basis for the existance of Israel? What nation is built on a moral basis? All nations that exist today are built on, at some point or other, kicking out the previous inhabitants, and having a powerful enough deterrant to ensure that noone comes along and kicks you out. Her whole thinking smacks of the female “compassion” mentality.

  11. James on July 28th, 2010 7:27 am

    Sending all the jews to israel is no problem, from what I understand alot of arabs are jews now anyway in the middle east.

    http://www.fortunecity.com/boozers/bridge/632/history.html

    Read that, it is a real mind opener.

  12. Carolyn on July 28th, 2010 3:06 pm

    Jon Walker writes: I know she’s done quite a bit. But pushing away potential allies (especially when they come from the enemies camp) is highly questionable, IMHO.

    Jon, IMHO, blindly accepting those who “come from the enemies camp” just because they say a few things you agree with, but also say much that you cannot (should not) agree with, is more than highly questionable. It is downright self-destructive.

    I am so pleased that Lady Renouf is so clear in her judgement of the personalities she meets and has the guts/balls(symbolic)/internal fortitude to speak it plainly. She is also polite and never smears people, but she speaks a refined, correct truth. Finklestein is not a friend of ours. He may be a friend, to some degree, of the Palestinians, but not someone they should trust too far either.

    Please explain what kind of an ally Finklestein is or can be? Thank you.

  13. Druid on July 28th, 2010 7:19 pm

    “Chris” is either dumb or misleading you intentionally …

    He doesn’t like that Renouf is setting the record straight about the “indigenous pro-peace Palestinians”, which is nothing but the TRUTH. The indigenous Palestinians, the real Palestinians, are pro-peace, and I can understand that some of them blow a fuse and are desperate enough to blow themselves in the market place to kill some Israeli Jews to make a statement and draw attention to their misery. Palestinian terrorism isn’t really terrorism, it is self-defense against an ultra-powerful oppressor. If someone tries to steal my property, live inside my home and kill my family, I get my gun and I shot point blank. This is not terrorism, it is legitimate self-defense. International law gives us the right to resist a military invasion to defend our property, our rights, our freedom.

    Also, Chris tries to justifiy israeli zionism by saying we should let jews stay there on stolen land, supposedly because they don’t mix well with Russians. This is pure BS. In fact, Chris should know that Birobidjian is in Siberia, which is very far in the Far East, right on the northern border of China. And there is absolutely no problem with the indigenous far eastern population there.

    So Chris’ comments are totally misleading, and his statements are false. So you better shut up Chris if you can say nothing but crap.

    Chris, you’re a liar or an ignorant. In both cases, we don’t need people like you to mislead us!

    You understand me, all right?

  14. Morten on July 28th, 2010 10:46 pm

    Jon Walker, why aren’t you using your jewish name?

    Excellent interview, what a great woman. She is right about everything she said in this interview, and she’s so eloquent and appealing. We need more women like this standing up for our european folk!

  15. Chris on July 29th, 2010 5:23 am

    Druid, I am assuming you are a high school student of some sort given that your refutation consists of ad-hominens and vulgarities. You also failed to comprehend my point.

    So what if Israel is stolen land? America was stolen from the Indians, Australia from the Aborigines, Japan from the Ainu. All nations are stolen if you go far back enough.

    Yes, the Palestinians have a right to fight against the invader and the invader has a right to respond in kind. Might makes right, I am sad to say.

    And don’t tell me the Palestinians are some sort of noble form of humanity. They are no better or worse than anyone else (although I do find their culture personally degenerate).

  16. Jenifer on July 29th, 2010 10:01 am

    You should care about the Palestinians because it is the right thing to do.

    Because they are the actual victims, and have nowhere to go

    because it keeps the Middle East in a state of uproar

    because your country waste billions of dollars in supporting the pariah state of Israel, and going to war or in the Middle East for no other reason than Zionists control our foreign policy

    because the US is now hated all over the world because of our foreign policy and that shows that hostility shows up in anti-American riots, and eventually in unfavorable trade and political relations with other countries

    because in the Middle East Israel is perceived as a projection Western colonization, which justifies their invasion of European countries

    because nationalists should support other nationalists’ struggle

  17. Jenifer on July 29th, 2010 10:04 am

    because they are considerably worse off that others because of the brutality of the Israelis, which the Jewish owned press will not let you see

  18. Akira on August 1st, 2010 8:45 am

    Re: “I don’t see how if there is a Jewish state or not really changes anything”

    Because the Jew-state is by definition a Parasitic Entity, and right now is mostly parasitic on the US. Also very parasitic on the EU. In all ways it causes more trouble than it’s worth (and how much trouble is it worth? ZERO!)

    + + +

    I also care about Palestinians on basic grounds of decency. Also I especially care about the Christians there.

    I despise all these “crypto-Muslims” like, e.g., Mark Glenn, with their constant yapping about how great Islam is and their mad ravings about how “Muslims are more Christian than Christians!”

    There’s no need to go out of one’s way to promote the well-being of Muslims/Arabs/Persians. I’m sure Lebanese and Palestinians would be satisfied if America would just stop supporting the Zionist Entity and leave the Jews to deal with the problems they’ve brought on their own heads.

    Likewise, no need to promote or defend the IR of Iran. Just enough to counter the mad Jew drive to cause a war with Iran, and counter the Jew lies about, e.g. Ahmadinijad’s statements.

    + + +

    Re: “So what if Israel is stolen land? America was stolen from the Indians, Australia from the Aborigines, Japan from the Ainu. All nations are stolen if you go far back enough.”

    That’s life. Only the Jewbos get others to fund, arm, and promote their colonial ventures. And only the Jewbos get other (Americans right now in Iraq) to die for the Jew agenda fighting the enemies of the Zionist Entity.

    + + +

    Stating the facts that Birobidjan is in the Russian Federation, and most Jews have no right or business going there (and of course no interest in going there anyway) in no way justifies Jews staying in Palestine. One is not related to the other.

    If I were Palestinian, my basic premise would be “Jews GTFO!” — “Oy vey! Where can we go!?’ — “Don’t care, GTFO!”

    Actually the most sensible and just would be to have America inflicted with all the world’s Jews, as punishment for being their b!tches…

    Also that IF Jews ever did start heading there, to Birobidjan, then the non-Jew majority would QUICKLY have all legal status as a “Jewish Autonomous Region” removed from the territory’s charter, laws, etc. It’s a polite fiction that it’s a Jewish territory.

    + + +

    The problem with the Muslims in Bosnia and Kosovo and Chechnya, are not so much the Muslims themselves (let the Serbs and Muslims and the Russians and Chechens, etc sort out their ow problems), but the real problem is that the USA and NATO and the various arms of the crypto-government in Washington all support those Muslims just to use them as proxies against the predominantly Orthodox Christian Serbs and Russians.

  19. Jenifer on August 3rd, 2010 1:47 pm

    It doesn’t really matter if the Palestinians says “GTFO” to quote you. They don’t have the military muscle to eject the Israeli military superstate.

  20. johnUK on August 3rd, 2010 5:51 pm

    @Akira

    “The problem with the Muslims in Bosnia and Kosovo and Chechnya, are not so much the Muslims themselves (let the Serbs and Muslims and the Russians and Chechens, etc sort out their ow problems), but the real problem is that the USA and NATO and the various arms of the crypto-government in Washington all support those Muslims just to use them as proxies against the predominantly Orthodox Christian Serbs and Russians.”

    I disagree the problem fundamentally is Islam and its militant/imperial ideology who when they have a substantial representation in any country will incite violence and take over attacking the non-Muslim inhabitants wither it be Catholics in Africa and the Philippines, Orthodox Christians in Balkans and Russia, Buddhists in Southern Thailand, Jews in Israel or even fellow Muslims in Algeria and Central Asia.

    So perhaps it is all the other religions faults or that Muslims just don’t make good neighbours.

    Muslims are a huge Trojan horse and when it is in the advance of the US to support Muslim separatism it is almost certain that there will be a Muslim revolt.

    The only reason the Crimea has not seen a large Muslim insurgency is that they do not have a significant number of Muslims there.

    Bosnians and especially Chechens from the very beginning before they started covert training by US, EU and there Mid East vassal states policy was to drive ethnic Russians and Serbs from their ancestral homeland through mass murder, rape and ethnic cleansing and there historical slave trade industry and organised crime in regard to the Chechens anyway.

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