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  • Pat Buchanan Appears on Neo-Nazi Radio Show

    That’s right; Pat Buchanan, who is a frequent guest on both Fox News and MSNBC, appeared recently on an infamous “white nationalist” radio show to promote his revisionist World War II book
  • Pat Buchanan: Who's Planning Our Next War?

    06/27/2008 10:55:38 AM PDT · by The_Republican · 48 replies · 77+ views
    RCP ^ | June 27th, 2008 | Pat Buchanan
    Of the Axis-of-Evil nations named in his State of the Union in 2002, President Bush has often said, "The United States will not permit the world's most dangerous regimes to threaten us with the world's most destructive weapons." He failed with North Korea. Will he accept failure in Iran, though there is no hard evidence Iran has an active nuclear weapons program? William Kristol of The Weekly Standard said Sunday a U.S. attack on Iran after the election is more likely should Barack Obama win. Presumably, Bush would trust John McCain to keep Iran nuclear free. Yet, to start a...
  • Morality -- Trotskyite vs. Christian [It's Pat]

    06/24/2008 3:08:57 PM PDT · by Alouette · 59 replies · 157+ views
    Townhall ^ | June 24, 2008 | Pat Buchanan
    Did Hitler's crimes justify the Allies' terror-bombing of Germany? Indeed they did, answers Christopher Hitchens in his Newsweek response to my new book, "Churchill, Hitler and the Unnecessary War": "The stark evidence of the Final Solution has ever since been enough to dispel most doubts about, say, the wisdom or morality of carpet-bombing German cities." Atheist, Trotskyite and newborn neocon, Hitchens embraces the morality of lex talionis: an eye for an eye. If Germans murdered women and children, the British were morally justified in killing German women and children. According to British historians, however, Churchill ordered the initial bombing of...
  • Buchanan's Mendacities

    06/23/2008 6:37:50 PM PDT · by mnehring · 25 replies · 118+ views
    Ravine at Babi Yar, Kiev, Ukraine - September, 1941 That Hitler was a rabid anti-Semite is undeniable. “Mein Kampf” is saturated in anti-Semitism. The Nuremberg Laws confirm it. But for the six years before Britain declared war, there was no Holocaust, and for two years after the war began, there was no Holocaust.Not until midwinter 1942 was the Wannsee Conference held, where the Final Solution was on the table.That conference was not convened until Hitler had been halted in Russia, was at war with America and sensed doom was inevitable. Then the trains began to roll. The quote above is...
  • Pat Buchanan: Hitler Didn't Plan to Kill the Jews

    06/20/2008 9:46:23 AM PDT · by SeafoodGumbo · 121 replies · 4,225+ views
    Little Green Footballs ^ | 6-20-08 | Charles Johnson
    Hey, way to go, Why not publish Pat Buchanan’s Holocaust revisionism? After all, he’s a real conservative, isn’t he? Retch. the Holocaust Inevitable?::By Patrick J. Buchanan. I’ve removed from our list of news sources. This is appalling. UPDATE at 6/20/08 9:39:59 am: The article has been deleted, but the print version is still online.
  • Is it time to throw pat under the bus?

    06/20/2008 9:02:50 AM PDT · by Huck · 117 replies · 154+ views
    self | June 20, 2008 | Huck
    The idea came up on a thread today that perhaps it would be a good idea to write to the various conservative websites/publications that currently pay/publish Patrick Buchanan, and let them know that we would like them to stop publishing him. The thought is that PJB is basically a useful idiot for the left, allowing them to paint conservatives as racists, and tying the right wing to Nazism. He makes us look like irrational haters when we really aren't. He is used by MSNBC and others to make fools of us. It's not an effort to silence him. He can...
  • Was the Holocaust Inevitable? ( Patrick J. Buchanan )

    06/20/2008 8:12:50 AM PDT · by kellynla · 444 replies · 661+ views ^ | June 20, 2008 | Patrick J. Buchanan
    So asks Newsweek's cover, which features a full-length photo of the prime minister his people voted the greatest Briton of them all. Quite a tribute, when one realizes Churchill's career coincides with the collapse of the British empire and the fall of his nation from world pre-eminence to third-rate power. That the Newsweek cover was sparked by my book "Churchill, Hitler and The Unnecessary War" seems apparent, as one of the three essays, by Christopher Hitchens, was a scathing review. Though in places complimentary, Hitchens charmingly concludes: This book "stinks." Understandable. No Brit can easily concede my central thesis: The...
  • Patrick J. Buchanan—Pseudo-Historian, Very Real Dissimulator

    06/16/2008 6:03:17 AM PDT · by PurpleMan · 64 replies · 125+ views ^ | June 13th, 2008 | Victor Davis Hanson
    "In dealing with Mr. Buchanan, one must accept at the beginning two caveats. First, as is his style, he will always resort to ad hominem attacks in lieu of an argument." "[I} was appalled by his absence of logic..."
  • Patrick J. Buchanan's Know-Nothing History

    06/13/2008 10:06:48 AM PDT · by forkinsocket · 13 replies · 73+ views
    NY Sun ^ | June 11, 2008 | ADAM KIRSCH
    Patrick J. Buchanan's new contribution to the flourishing genre of World War II revisionism, should appear in the same season as Nicholson Baker's "Human Smoke." Never has there been such a clear demonstration of the way ideological extremes tend to converge. Messrs. Baker and Buchanan probably could not stand to be in the same room for five minutes. The former is to the left of most Democrats, the latter to the right of most Republicans. When they look back to the 1930s, Mr. Baker's role models are the Quakers and pacifists who believed it was better to lie down for...
  • Churchill, Hilter and the Unnecessary War (Looking for people who have read it)

    06/09/2008 10:45:11 AM PDT · by prolifefirst · 143 replies · 212+ views
    Book entitled, "Churchill, Hilter and the Unnecessary War" | Spring 2008 | Patrick J. Buchanan
    I'm finishing up Buchanan's book and am looking for people who have read it who: 1) Argue in detail with any of his points. 2) Recommend essays from experts who challenge some of Buchanan's contentions. Just going on what I read in the book, what he says makes sense.