1:06:10 “Personal sacrifice, suffering, sweat, blood and lots of tears, along with physical and sexual self-control, reigning in our emotions, being steady at the helm of our lives, that’s how we will bring forth the heroes necessary for the enormously difficult but historically necessary task of liberating ourselves from alien interference. There will be no instant solution. …” – Ernst Zundel, transcribed by Jeff Fenske
Ernst Zundel: A Spartan of the Spirit
Published on Oct 28, 2012
Paul Eisen, the founder of Deir Yassin Remembered, wrote this:
Ernst Zundel is, in my view, the greatest dissident of our time.
I’d read about Ernst and I’d written about him, but it was only two years ago that I met him. He was soft-spoken, kind and gentle but every so often you could see the flash of steel. He’d just been released from prison and was engaged in rebuilding his ancestral home. It’s a peasant’s house in the Black Forest, in the heart of Germany – and it had housed his woodcutter father, his large family and the young Ernst.
Never have I seen an edifice so rooted in the land. Like Ernst himself, it seemed to grow out of the soil.
In this documentary, you will meet an entirely different Ernst Zündel — not the “hate-spewing” firebrand a poisonous mainstream media has painted him to be, but the sensitive, creative artist who spent one-tenth of his life incarcerated for his outspoken political convictions on behalf of his demonized people — and still retained his extraordinary spirit of defiance.”