The Jailing Opinions DVD from Telling Films, produced
by human rights campaigner Lady Michèle Renouf, examines
the extraordinary assault on academic freedom currently under
way throughout Europe.
Currently available as a special online offer including a free
CD of two new Renouf radio interviews on BBC Radio about the persecution
of Bishop Williamson. Includes live BBC debate:"Why can't
we question the Holocaust?"
Lady Michèle Renouf attended the International Tehran Conference in 2006 investigating the historical basis of the Holocaust. Lady Renouf's speech from the conference, and comments by Michael Collins Piper and Bradley Smith, can be read here.
Whatever one thinks of Prof. Finkelstein's arguments,
one must respect his willingness to debate with some opponents.
This contrasts with the bullying style so often adopted by defenders
of orthodox Holocaust history.
A recent example of this bullying style comes from the Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz, who says in a March 2007 column that "no university or group that would not invite David Duke should lend its imprimatur to Finkelstein's poison. Duke and Finkelstein are opposite sides of the same hateful coin."
In February 2007 Lady Renouf was interviewed by David Duke for his web based radio show. Dr Duke is a former Louisiana state representative and candidate for the United States Senate. He is the author of several books, most recently the controversial Jewish Supremacism.
Lady Michèle Renouf is an international advertising actress, neither an historian nor a political party activist.
So how did someone from this background become interested in the
campaign to defend real history?
In a December 2007 interview
with sociologist Dr. M. Saeed Bahmanpour, Lady Renouf (who was a
pioneering lecturer in media studies at Queensland University) explains
the relevance to political swindlespeak of her experience in the packaging
and persuasion advertising industry.
Having studied Fine
Art at the National Art School, she also obtained Diplomas in
Art and Education and became a lecturer in Fine Art and pioneered Media
Studies at Queensland University of Technology.
Already an accomplished Member of The Royal Academy of Dancing, and to culminate her twenty years' intensive training in classical ballet, choreography and teaching, she came to the Academy's Knightsbridge HQ in London to read for a Licentiateship from 1970 to 1972.
In 1970, she
took residence in London where she became Countess Griaznoff
by marriage and was involved in many charitable
works for Russian refugees.
After a twenty year happy marriage and two children, she wed
Sir Francis Renouf in 1991. Sir Francis, an international financier
who helped reconstruct Germany's post war banking system, earned
many enemies in the international press. That marriage was destroyed
by a mendacious media, ending in divorce shortly before his
death in 1996. Lady Renouf continued her careers and her studies.
In 1992, she gained a Diploma in Landscape Design and designed
an Elizabethan Knot and Maze Garden for the reconstruction of
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre; and sponsored the building of its
Wardrobe of Robes Room in 1997. From 1999 to 2001, she read
for a post-graduate degree in Psychology of Religion at the
University of London.
Michèle Renouf's monograph on Wagner and Judaism - militant Jewish protestors claimed even the colour of the pages was a reference to the "Yellow Star" worn during the Holocaust!
Her monograph in 1997 on Wagner and Judaism: Inspirational or Conspiratorial? and her Heidelberg Conference paper in 1998 on Moses and Wagner: Two Advertising Legends in Tribal Mystique earned her a lot of trouble and lost her the starring role in Wagner a stage play by Rudolf Sabor, when sponsors cancelled its season at the New End Theatre, Hampstead. The Irving-Lipstadt trial in 2000 called her attention to the repression of Holocaust Revisionism, and she became an active supporter of persecuted revisionists.
Evening Standard, London, 2002:
Renouf: "We need to look into this emailed investigation into Jewish Control of the British media."
Lady Renouf has been a filmmaker since 2001.
In 2002 she presented her first documentary, Palestine Scrapbook:
a British veteran's very different story at both Houses
of Parliament. Her second film's Prologue for a trilogy
on Israel In Flagrante; Caught in Acts of Twistspeak was screened at the 2004 Cairo Conference; the trilogy is yet
to be released. Her documentary film Jailing Opinions (2006) is now available on DVD.
please note M. Reynouard's new prison address:
Maison d’arrêt de Valenciennes
BP 80 455
F-59322 VALENCIENNES Cedex
FRANCE M. Reynouard is fluent is English and can receive mail, though currently he is not allowed to receive stamps or books.
Robert Faurisson biography now online (PDF in French)
JailingOpinions.com explores the
of the "free" Internet to promote Zionist-American
interests in Iran.
In practice unorthodox views are often hounded off the web. For
example, Australian academic Dr Fredrick Toben faces continuing
prosecution for his Adelaide
Institute site, while American Zionists have used illegal methods
to undermine even Iranian government websites.