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In this first part I focus on juxtaposing Weber's recent statements with what he has stated in earlier years.
In this second part I examine Mark Weber's attempts to justify abandoning Holocaust Revisionism, as stated in an interview with Jim Rizoli on 10 February 2016.
Leading Jewish Holocaustians recently attacked President Donald Trump for issuing a statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day that did not specify that the victims were Jews. The result is that the public has been informed by Deborah Lipstadt that the Holocaust is by definition an exclusively Jewish matter, and by Yehuda Bauer that the old war propaganda alleging millions of non-Jewish victims was false—which certainly will be cited in the future as a justification for questioning the Jewish claim of 6 million. This was a self-destructive assault by members of the Holocaustian establishment against President Trump.
The Holocaustian establishment, especially the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, has been heavily involved and highly influential in the campaign of war-propaganda against the legitimate government of Syria, imparting spurious credibility and moral force to accusations and characterizations that cannot withstand scrutiny.
In the broad and nebulous view of the Holocaust, mass-deportation is part of the drama, and mass-deportation, or any deportation, is therefore a crime against humanity. "No human being is illegal," declared Elie Wiesel. This particular "lesson of the Holocaust," to the extent that it is influential in the United States today, will be ruinous to the country's future.
Young Turks host Cenk Uygur recently moderated a discussion at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal that became an argument about whether Christians were worse than Muslims. Uygur, blaming Christians for the Holocaust, maintained that Christianity was clearly worse. This precipitated the accusation of "Holocaust Revisionism" from a writer at Conservative Review.
A thirteen-page letter written by Marcel Nadjari and buried near Krema III at Birkenau, where he allegedly worked in a Sonderkommando, has now been rendered legible, and is being hailed as a central document of the Holocaust. The content of the letter, however, destroys its credibility.
For his series of “Extraordinary Revisionists,” Jim Rizoli has created a Skype interview with Mark Weber, Director of the Institute for Historical Review. This series of two papers critically analyzes Weber's statements.
This is a translation of a report on the second prosecution (on appeal) against Robert Faurisson and Paul-Eric Blanrue for an interview with Faurisson that Blanrue videorecorded and supposedly posted on the Internet. Faurisson puts on a great performance.
A critical analysis of some statements made by British historian David Irving in a “privately filmed interview” of April 2009 titled “Talking Frankly.”
A look at Joseph Hirt's career as a fake Auschwitz-survivor, with special attention to how he seemed to be able to fool so many people for so long, and how such deception might not be so easy in the future.
The film Denial must misrepresent David Irving to fulfill its purpose of attacking the credibility of Holocaust Revisionism. The trailer for the film already contains a misrepresentation crucial for that purpose.
Jeremy Corbyn and Donald Trump both disagree with the Zionist agenda of unnecessary Middle-East wars, and controversy has been raised around their associations with people who disbelieve the Holocaust. This article examines the credibility of the accusations.
Robert Faurisson on 27 September 2016 was convicted by a Paris court of "racial defamation" for having said that the State of Israel and international Zionism use the Holocaust to perpetrate a political and financial swindle. The statement is from of a speech that Faurisson gave in Iran in 2006.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has issued a poorly informed but nonetheless inflammatory statement about Richard Spencer's speech to his organization, the National Policy Institute.
On 23 November 2016 a Paris court criminally convicted Professor Robert Faurisson and an interviewer from Meta TV for dissident speech, imposing crushing fines on both.
Deborah Lipstadt poses as an expert on both Holocaust Revisionism and the Alt Right but seems to know very little about either, except that she is against them.
Jewish relatives separated during the Second World War find each other decades later as an accidental result of the reckless addition of names to Yad Vashem's list of putative Holocaust victims.
Egyptian journalist Salah Montasser essentially rejects the Jewish genocide claim in an essay that would have been totally unknown in the West if Jews had not reacted to it. Because of the Jewish reaction, disputes about the Holocaust have been stimulated.
Norwegian public television publishes a short cartoon depicting university-students seeking an apartment at a place that strikingly resembles a concentration-camp, where an elderly Jew rents an apartment to them. NRK apologizes in response to complaints but does not try to make the cartoon unavailable.
This conference at Yad Vashem's International School of Holocaust Studies was attended by 200 Jewish educators who seem to agree that the Holocaust is an essential part of the Jewish identity, like the ancient stories from the Bible.
Far from being the global Nazi conspiracist portrayed by Gregory Peck, the real Josef Mengele lived a life of dire poverty and chronic untreated illness.
In a lengthy interview about Facebook's policies, Mark Zuckerberg used "Holocaust denial" as an example of a kind of speech that Facebook tolerates. What Zuckerberg said provoked a firestorm of reaction, but it was complex and ambiguous in ways that commentators seemed not to grasp. When sister Randi Zuckerberg weighed in to defend her brother, however, she said one thing that was unambiguous: she wants "Holocaust denial" to be illegal in the United States.
This is the first installment of a response to the best-selling (ostensibly) non-fiction book, Killing the SS by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard.
O'Reilly, although supposedly an arch-conservative, has attached his name to a very un-conservative book. What motives and influences led to the creation of such a bad book?
In the last section of this first installment, some of the relatively simple and obvious blunders in the book are listed.
After some discussion about Dinesh D'Souza's background, I dissect his political rhetoric of the past several years as it relates to the Holocaust. I conclude that D'Souza's Holocaust-based rhetoric is not only cynical and insincere but probably damaging to the cause that he pretends to serve.
On the fiftieth anniversary of the first landing on the moon, there seems to be very little appreciation of the Germans, chief among them Wernher von Braun, who made it possible. This represents a stark change in attitude from thirty years ago, and probably reflects the fact that most adult Americans now cannot remember when "the lessons of the Holocaust" were not treated as the most-important lessons.
The accusations against the rocket scientists are (1) that they created rockets that killed civilians (a completely hypocritical accusation), and (2) that they were personally responsible for unjustified killings of workers in the underground V-2 factory during the war. The main witness for the latter accusation was a man named Yves Béon, a former member of the French Resistance who never made these accusations until after 1969, and includes details in his narrative (in addition to the basic fact that Arthur Rudolph and Wernher von Braun never came across as monsters) that make it seem unlikely.
Establishment Republicans made a big mistake when they tried to silence Youtuber Nicholas J. Fuentes by attacking him as a Holocaust Denier, because it only demonstrated that skepticism about the Holocaust is now more acceptable than it used to be.
On the Good Morning Britain of 27 January 2020 Eva Schloss, who was present at Auschwitz-Birkenau after the departure of the SS, and for several weeks after the Red Army arrived, announced that images purporting to represent the "liberation of Auschwitz" but not showing snow are fake.
An investigation of this allegation leads to the conclusion that most of the moving and still images that are supposed to represent events in the Auschwitz complex on or shortly after 27 January 1945 were really created at a significantly later date, most likely no sooner than April 1945.