Issue: No. 206 (June)


On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 206 ∙ ∙ June 2014

Serving the Revisionist Community since 1990

  • Misha: Surviving with Wolves - Or Lying with Wolves? By Jett Rucker
  • News and Notes. By Bradley Smith
  • Russia and the Holocaust Ideology. By Paul Grubach
  • Spielberg and Me—In It Together. By Ezra MacVie
  • The Smithsonian Institution's Documentary “Treblinka: Hitler’s Killing Machine”. By David Merlin
  • Palestinian Professor’s Trip to Auschwitz Sparks Needed Debate. By Ray Hanania

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In 2009, then-reigning Russian President Dimitry Medvedev and Israeli President Shimon Peres issued a joint statement, clearly demonstrating how important the Holocaust doctrine is to Russia's national patriotic ideology, and in turn, to its foreign policy in Eastern Europe and the surrounding regions. They stated: "We express our deep indignation …

*** Zan Overall and I decided to run a classified ad in the Daily Bruin at UCLA. UCLA is where Zan holds his weekly Truth Tuesdays. We might be able to get the ad in because Zan would take it in to the office personally. Zan’s doing other stuff, I’m …

Misha (deWael) Defonseca was unquestionably a victim, if a “collateral” victim, of the Germans who were occupying her country of Belgium when she was four years old. They executed both of her parents after duly trying them as resistance fighters and finding them guilty. That all this, including their execution, …

Around the age of fifty, Steven Spielberg discovered the thing he was put on this earth to do: tell the story of the Holocaust, the subject of his movie Schindler’s List, which reaped seven Oscar Awards. In this monumentally successful Jewish billionaire, the Holocaust According to Spielberg found a truly …

When Mohammed Dajani Daoudi, a Palestinian professor at Al-Quds University in occupied Jerusalem, organized a trip for his students to visit several former Nazi concentration camps, he sparked an important debate. Unfortunately, the debate has been one-sided focusing on Arab denial of the Holocaust while ignoring Israel's denial of its …