Carolyn Yeager

Carolyn Yeager is a prolific revisionist writer and former internet radio host who developed the website "Elie Wiesel Cons The World" (eliewieseltattoo.com). She also runs a personal site "Carolyn Yeager" (carolynyeager.net).


“How puzzling all these changes are! I’m never sure what I’m going to be, from one minute to another.” Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Introduction: In Elie Wiesel’s book Night, we find the scenario and characters changing often, and in many cases, with little rhyme or reason that is …

On Jan. 27, 2014, those who promote the official Holocaust narrative will have carried out their annual commemoration activities at the Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial remembering the victims of the Holocaust—according to their version of what took place. They have been doing this since 2006, making 2014 the 9th annual commemoration. This …

by Carolyn Yeager Joachim Neander, PhD, an independent scholar from Cracow, Poland, examines Irene Weisberg Zisblatt’s holocaust survivor narrative and concludes it is “not in accordance with the historically established facts,” is “exaggerated,” “implausible” and not true overall. Neander has contributed to publications in Poland, Germany, Israel and the USA. …

By Carolyn Yeager In 1995, Ernst Lobethall gave his testimony as a survivor of “The Holocaust” to the Survivors of the Shoah Foundation for their video library, as thousands of others have done. In it, he had some words to say about a British soldier he met while interned at …

By Carolyn Yeager In literature, Rebbe, certain things are true though they didn’t happen, while others are not, even if they did. … - Elie Wiesel, All Rivers Run to the Sea Part One:  When and how was Un di Velt Hot Gesvign written? The question I present to you, …

By Carolyn Yeager Part Two: Can the books Night and And the World Remained Silent have been written by the same author? What one critic reveals. We know a lot about the man who calls himself Elie Wiesel from his own mouth and pen, but we know of the Lazar …

By Carolyn Yeager Part III:  Nine reasons why Elie Wiesel cannot be the author of Un di Velt Hot Gesvign (And the World Remained Silent). 1.  The only original source for the existence of an 862-page Yiddish manuscript is Elie Wiesel. Wiesel’s 1995 memoir All Rivers Run to the Sea …

Elie Wiesel has been accused by a Jewish mother of four, married, a Ph.D from New York University of having squeezed her buttock when she was a vulnerable 19-year-old attending a Jewish charity dinner with her boyfriend’s family. Wiesel, of course, died last year and it’s doubtful his family will comment on the charge.