Issue: No. 220 (March)
On the Holocaust Controversy
No. 220 ∙ www.Codoh.com ∙ March 2016
CODOH's Revisionist News & Comments
- Bradley Reed Smith – Our Hero, by Germar Rudolf
- Remembering Bradley R. Smith, by Richard Widmann
- Remembering Bradley, by Ernst Zündel
- Farewell to an Optimist, by David Cole
- A Life That Made a Difference, by Arthur R. Butz
- Bradley Smith, by Robert Faurisson
- Remembering Bradley Smith, by Mark Weber
- Losing a Wise Friend, by Germar Rudolf
- Libertarian Free Spirit Was Masterful Revisionist Writer and Activist, by Michael Hoffman
- Bradley in Baja, by Roberto Hernandez
- Bradley Smith, RIP, by Chip Smith
- Bradley Smith: In Memoriam, by Samuel Crowell
- My Memory of Bradley Smith, by Michael Santomauro
- Revisionist Bradley R. Smith Has Passed Away, by Kyle Hunt
- We Love You, Bradley! Community Voices
- 3D Imagery Demonstrates the Auschwitz Hole Hoax, by Eric Hunt
- Refusing to Look through Galileo’s Telescope, by Ken Meyercord
- ADL: BoB’s Rap “Flatline” Promotes “Holocaust Denial”, by Hadding Scott
- Ted Nugent, Gun Control, Jews and Nazis, by Hadding Scott
- French Revisionist Comedian Banned from China, by David Merlin
- Georgetown University Gets $10 Million for Holocaust Study Center, by Roberto Hernandez
- Israel to Form Coalition for World Internet Censorship, by Roberto Hernandez
- The Vermont Cynic: Bradley Smith’s Last Campus Project, by Roberto Hernandez
- Architectural Considerations Not Anti-Semitic, by David Merlin
- Activities, by Santiago Alvarez
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.
We are writing to you to support the application for a visa by the French comedian and social critic Dieudonne M'bala M'bala.
I am writing in response to Executive Director Nossel's recent letter regarding the release of reporter Jason Rezaian and poets Fatemeh Ekhtesari and Medhi Mousavi. Thank you for the good new! While escapes from theocratic regimes make good press and fund raising material, I am writing regarding a more pernicious threat to Freedom of Expression.
An unexpected report from the student newspapers of U of Vermont, the Vermont Cynic, shows the last of Smith's Campus Project.
Israeli Public Security Minister, Gilad Erdan, urges European countries to work on a legislation that would censor the content in social media Networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and others.
I am responding as a member of CODOH to an article regarding Bradley Smith, the Krema I building at Auschwitz, and accusations of anti-Semitism (www.vtcynic.com/email-incites-bias-report/).
Mr. Smith failed to respond because he died on February 18. Our e-mail was not directed at Jewish students, but rather at anyone with a critical mind. It did neither claim “that an Auschwitz crematorium was a ‘hoax’” nor that “a particular crematorium at Auschwitz was created post-war.”
I would like to address the statement attributed to Stevens and Vogel:
“We want to be clear that a communication such as this that perpetuates anti-Semitism by falsely proclaiming inaccurate historical events has no place at the University of Vermont.”
Stevens and Vogel seem ignorant about Krema I at Auschwitz, the focus of our “communication” (goo.gl/qzEgJD). In 1941, Krema I is said to have been reconfigured to contain a gas chamber during a time when exclusively Russian PoWs were allegedly gassed (see goo.gl/FJ0bV6, p. 30; see also goo.gl/q8aDu8), but no Jews. How then can a discussion of this gas chamber’s origin be anti-Semitic?
Stevens and Vogel claim that we “proclaim inaccurate historical events.” The article we sent around discussed alterations made to Krema I after the end of the war. These alterations are admitted by all mainstream scholars, e.g.:
- Franciszek Piper, former curator of the Auschwitz Museum’s Archives: goo.gl/Kkxano
- French Auschwitz researcher Jean-Claude Pressac, in a work published in cooperation with the Auschwitz Museum, lamented that the post-war changes were undocumented and are deeply flawed: goo.gl/l9jE3Y; goo.gl/JcBtGJ
However, until not too long ago, Auschwitz tour guides told tourists that the building was in its original state (http://goo.gl/SD5lBq). Only in recent years did the Museum put up signs admitting those alterations (goo.gl/98p0Fk; goo.gl/PriZbY).
It is therefore an incontrovertible fact that what we see there today is not what the Soviets found in 1945.
I am not sure what Stevens and Vogel claim is the "correct history" of Krema I, but its history has already been subject to extensive revision by the Auschwitz Museum itself. Discussing these revisions has nothing to do with anyone’s attitude toward Jews.
Stevens and Vogel owe Mr. Smith an apology.
Georgetown University, according to to The Washington Post, has gotten a $10 million, to create a Holocaust Study Center.
A brief introduction to the B.R. Smith Memorial Issue of Smith's Report.