Issue: No. 207 (July)


On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 207 ∙ ∙ July 2014

Serving the Revisionist Community since 1990

  • The Evil Muse of Bradley Smith. By Ann Sterzinger
  • A Gathering of Galileos. By Jett Rucker
  • Still No Laws in Italy against Holocaust “Denial” and None to Come. By Giuseppe Poggi
  • News and Notes. By Bradley Smith
  • The Man Who Saw His Own Liver. Review by Anita Dalton
  • Nine-Banded Books: Where did it come from?. By Chip Smith
  • Nazi Botched Gassings? By Fritz Berg
  • El Gran Tabu: Major Update Coming! By Bradley Smith

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This is an astounding turn of events. My new book, A Personal History of Moral Decay, has been reviewed in Taki’s Magazine. This is a cultural event, if you will, that is a first. A book written by a Holocaust Revisionist being reviewed and reviewed positively, in one of the …

Seven years ago I pulled off a coup that no one else had ever been able to do, and that no one else has been able to do since: I was able to get a solidly revisionist film screened at a mainstream film festival. The film was titled El Gran …

A new book, Gruesome Spectacles by Austin Sarat, is gaining some attention, partly because of the recent botched execution by lethal injection in Oklahoma. Were there ever any "botched" mass gassings of Jews in Nazi Germany? If not, why not? Given the complexity and record of botched gassings in the …

*** And then there’s the business of my bank account. Last week the account was down to $178. I was going to be in real trouble. I have all kinds of business expenses that come in and are paid automatically. If they start to bounce it will be one thing …

People may wonder why an otherwise emphatically “politically correct” Italy has no law against “Holocaust denial” or “negationism”. This is indeed still the case, in spite of the European Union’s 2008 “Framework Decision” calling for legislative harmonization in this respect throughout its territory. The EU-wide prohibition of anti-“Holocaust” revisionism by …

It took the Church a long time to decide Galileo Galilei’s advocacy of heliocentrism (the idea that the earth revolved around the sun, instead of vice-versa) was heretical. Galileo was already 52 when he committed what turned out to be his signature heresy, and 68 when he was sentenced to …