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On the reasons and goals of revising historical narratives, on Revisionism as a “movement,” covering topics such as its history and objectives, and on the techniques and politics of writing about history in general.
In his series of video-interviews, Jim Rizoli, now interviews revisionist and activist Michael Santomauro
Torben explains why he supports open debate on the Holocaust.
Last month Professor Robert Faurisson faced a landmark trial in Paris, where Lady Michèle Renouf appeared as the sole defence witness. France is one of many countries where normal historical research is criminalised: this latest trial related to Prof. Faurisson’s speech at the Teheran International Conference 2006, (more than 3,000 miles from Paris and ten years ago!)...
An art exhibit curated by architectural historian Robert Van Pelt “reconstructs” a column through which Zyklon B was introduced into the gas chambers at Auschwitz.
The Morcan brothers are back, now with a movie project that “threatens” all revisionist claims to be debunked with their new film.
The Holocaust that is continually drummed into our senses today is hyperbole—the weapon of choice not only for those who undertake to deceive, but as well the salve of choice for those who feel, rightly or not, that they have been wronged.
CODOH was born of the initiative of its founder, Bradley R. Smith to promote intellectual freedom with regard to the Holocaust question what was then a much smaller scene of information sharing, just at the moment of explosion of what would become a revolution of information exchange: the digital era and its medium: Internet.
CODOH no es todas las respuestas, sino la voluntad y la libertad de indagar. De hacer preguntas incómodas y políticamente incorrectas. No tenemos todos los problemas resueltos, sino la conciencia de que estamos en el camino correcto de promover libertad intelectual en el tema de Holocausto.
If you are looking for a good book to give as a Christmas present I would recommend Dead Wake The Last Crossing of the Lusitania by Erik Larson.
El consenso es un fenómeno social. No debe confundirse con nada que pueda apuntar hacia la verdad, o incluso con los verdaderos sentimientos (si los hay) de las personas que responden a la llamada que lleva al "consenso". Señala más bien al Poder.
That which is called Democracy in other countries is, in most cases, nothing but the subversion of public opinion, gained by the skilled manipulation of the press and of money, and a devious interpretation of the results which this has achieved.
While the story of Anne Frank is tragic, the basic facts of the Frank family history fly in the face of the belief that Auschwitz was an “extermination factory.”
Vincent Reynouard tells Paul Fromm, director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression, about his life as a revisionist. Persecutions, searches of the Police, prison, exile, grievous loss of his family (two times...).
David Merlin writes to the Calgary Gauntlet to refute Professor Maureen Hiebert claiming that, "Holocaust denial is a form of anti-Semitism, plain and simple.”
In 1994, two gas chamber deniers, Bradley Smith and David Cole, went on a talk show. Dean Irebodd, the maker of One Third Of The Holocaust, points out witnesses lies, like where everyone (including a famous sceptic) believes an obviously fraudulent phone caller.
The Index Librorum Prohibitorum was a list of (published) works that the faithful were abjured by His Holiness, The Pope, from reading. These works were in His judgment capable of misleading members of His flock from the True and Faithful path to salvation as prescribed by … him.