Issue: No. 218 (Dec.)


On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 218 ∙ ∙ December 2015

Revisionist News & Comments

  • Sensational Data, by Jett Rucker
  • Why—and How—I’m “Ideologically Motivated”, by Jett Rucker
  • A Modest Proposal for Chancellor Merkel, by Jett Rucker
  • This Is What CODOH Will Do, by the CODOH Trustees
  • Protecting German Consumers from too Much Tolerance, by David Merlin
  • The Case of Axel Möller, by Roberto Hernandez
  • Irishman Sentenced to 5 Months in Jail for Doubting “Holocaust”, by Michael Hoffman
  • 18 More Months of Imprisonment for Gerhard Ittner, by Gerhard Ittner
  • Forbidden to Laugh, by David Merlin
  • Revisionist Activities, by Santiago Alvarez
  • Fragments, by Bradley R. Smith

If any single contributions of this issue are available as html documents, they are listed below.
Later you will be able to download the entire issue as a PDF file here.

Austria's largest newspaper, the tabloid Kronen Zeitung, published a breathless report on 6,300 census forms of 1944 recently found inside an interior wall in a mansion close by the Parliament building in Budapest. Devoid of any real meaning, they nevertheless have become the focus of yet another Holocaust sensationalism.
Germany—or the German government and its taxpayers, anyway—is all things to all people, at least so far as money, weapons and even Lebensraum (living space) are concerned....

"Holocaust denial is ideologically motivated. The deniers’ strategy is to sow seeds of doubt..." This passage has been promulgated on the Web and in paper publications of the Task Force for International Cooperation on Holocaust Remembrance, Education and Research at least since 2004. So who is motivated by what?

Today I was sent an update to the Webpage of Heather McCalden, the daughter of David McCalden, the “conceptual” founder, with Willis Carto, of the Institute for Historical Review.

A list of new releases and activities by the revisionist community: Jim Rizoli, The Barnes Review, Lady Renouf, Benton Bradbury...

First of all, CODOH will both grow and shrink. It will grow, because the CODOH Trust now includes the publishing outlet Castle Hill Publishers (CHP) with all its book stock and copyrights. If well-maintained, this will give CODOH a steady source of income and reduce the necessity to beg you …

No. 218 of Smith's Report is here – and it will also be the last print issue to appear. From now on, SR will be available only as an online and a PDF version for downloading. Read here why...