Some aspects of the Holocaust lore can only be understood, or at least approached in a clearer light, when one considers the psychological background of the people and the times involved. Wartime, with its disasters, propaganda efforts and widespread desperation and anxiety, is a breeding ground for rumors and exaggerations, propagated both through deliberate disinformation and common credulity. Add to this the group dynamics on all sides of this controversy: the warring enemies of yore, the perpetrators – whatever their deeds – the victims, and the postwar scholars, both revisionist and orthodox, all caught in their own psychological box.
Holocaust survivor’s testimonies are used to fuel and perpetuate the unique monstrosity of the Germans and are one of the fundamental pillars of the Orthodox Holocaust Narrative.
David Merlin writes a letter to Houghton Mifflin Harcourt regarding the years of generous donations of the royalties earned from Adolf Hitler’s "Mein Kampf" and the considerations of a wider base of beneficiaries from these donations.
At 87 years old, Elie Wiesel, the most representative figure of the Holocaust, its survivors and the industry created by this historical event, has died.
A investigation by International Revisionist Video Productions (Copyright 2004) Into the accepted historical account of the Holocaust of European Jews during World War II.
President Donald Trump delivered a video message the WJC Plenary Assembly in New York on Sunday, on Yom HaShoah, Israel’s day of remembrance for the victims and heroes of the Holocaust.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is asked by MSNBC anchor Brian Williams to clarify his statements about the Holocaust. (September 2006)
Jim Rizoli discusses how so-called Holocaust survivors seem to thrive on their Holohoax stories to scare kids into believing their lies.
Germar Rudolf, a chemist and a Holocaust Revisionist is interviewed on his new book and documentary Chemistry of Auschwitz.
A stupa is a Buddhist holy structure, many of which were erected in past centuries at the expense and for the greater glory of wealthy Buddhists seeking to secure for themselves a place that, in Western (non-Buddhist) parlance could be called "a place in Heaven..."