Issue: No. 12

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CODOH Series · No. 12 · August 2002

Amos Oz and the Art of the Bluff
Bradley Smith

Sympathetic Magic
John Weir

Croppy, Lie Down!, Lessons from the Irish Intifada
Albert Doyle

Holocaust Revisionism and Creationism, Shermer's Faulty Analogy
Paul Grubach

The Case For Auschwitz: Evidence From The Irving Trial, by Robert Jan van Pelt, A Review
Samuel Crowell

Diagnosis without Cure, A Review
Riochard Widmann

The Truth Deserves to be Known
Friedrich P. Berg

"Jesus said, 'Blessed is the lion that the human eats, so that the lion becomes human. Cursed is the human that the lion eats, so that the lion becomes human.'"—Saying 7, The Gospel of Thomas. Since the start of the Al Aqsa Intifada in September 2000, the Israeli economy has …

No historical analogy is perfect but events in Palestine today make me recall to mind Ireland at the end of the 18th century. Ireland was then ruled by and for an alien class of “planters”. With some honorable exceptions such as Jonathan Swift the arrogance of these people was legendary. …

The Holocaust story is a hoax because no one was killed by the Nazis in gas chambers--and because the total number of Jews who could have possibly died in German-occupied territory is minuscule compared to what is alleged. Just a few years ago, Steven Spielberg proudly announced to the world …

In his regular column of the February 2002 issue of Scientific American, Dr. Michael Shermer, one of Holocaust revisionism’s most dedicated opponents, claimed that Holocaust revisionism (or, as he labels it, “Holocaust denial”) is on par with and in the same league with Creationism (or, as he labels it, “evolution …

The thing about Audrey is that she was passionate and honest and available. The first time I spoke to her on the telephone I understood how available she was. It was in the tone of her voice, her openness, her enthusiasm. She was there. All the way. The next day …

The Death of the West: How Dying Populations and Immigrant Invasions Imperil Our Country and Civilization, Patrick J. Buchanan, New York, 2002 The title of Pat Buchanan's latest book instantly brings to mind Oswald Spengler's classic two-volume study, The Decline of the West. The similarities between these efforts, however, end …

Thought is swamped with journalism. Palestine. Afghanistan. Bush. On the fartherest horizon, the U.S. Congress. Why choose sides? The most stirring journalism is the result of having chosen sides. Wealth, the result of liberty, drives everything, diminishing liberty everywhere journalism encounters it. I cannot be torn out of my culture, …