Coffee with Bradley Smith
A Series of Chats on Revisionism, Free Speech and the Campus Project
Published: 2015-11-14

Coffee with Bradley Smith was a series of brief video clips Bradley did starting in October 2009. In them, he leisurely sits in his office and talks about any recent event which transpired during his ongoing Campus Project Campaign lobbying for a free exchange of ideas on the Holocaust narrative. The series was interrupted in May 2011 and was briefly revived in late 2014, but due to increasing health problems Bradley had to stop it in the summer of 2015.

In the below table you can find all his video clips, sorted chronologically.

Title Blurb Date Size [MB] Length Width Height
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Smith Introduces Himself Part I Smith looking for a structure. 30‑Oct‑09 13.2 04:18 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Smith Introduces Himself, Part II Smith still looking for structure 31‑Oct‑09 18.5 04:40 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Head surgery Smith explains why his right temple is so ugly. Visit www.codoh.com where everything is. 2‑Nov‑09 17.7 05:49 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Simon Wiesenthal: Denyn' no. Lyin' yes The ADL calls Smith out for ragging on Simon Wiesenthal 24 years ago. In July this year the London Times ragged on Simon pretty hard, but the $50‑million‑dollar ADL is not complaining. Neither are the rabbis at the (ouch?) Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles. Why is that? Could it damage their marketing activities? You decide. Can you help me with this work? I'd appreciate it. You can contribute at www.codoh.com 6‑Nov‑09 13.6 05:19 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Buchenwald gas chambers Here you will get a glimpse into how your typical world‑renowned professor models the evasion of simple historical questions for students. For additional information on the Klinghoffer story see page 14 of Smith's Report 166: codoh.com/media/files/documents/newsite/sr/online/sr_166.pdf 14‑Nov‑09 85.2 05:26 1280 720
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Elie Wiesel, a ludicrously unreliable survivor You will find references for most of the anecdotes I relate in this video here: www.codoh.com/library/document/1072/ Can you help me with this work? I'd appreciate it. You can contribute at www.codoh.com 1‑Dec‑09 20.6 05:06 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Elie Wiesel's Hope for America Elie Wiesel, in Hungary, calls for censorship and prison for Hungarians who question any part of the orthodox Holocaust story. Why not? Can you help me with this work? I'd appreciate it. You can contribute at www.codoh.com 12‑Dec‑09 7.8 01:58 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Don't let the sun catch you cryin' Smith learns, or is reminded of, a little something by Gerry and the Pacemakers. A little something about fundraising. Not much, but... If you want to support me online (I need your support) you will find a donation button at www.codohfounder.com. Or you can get in touch with me at [email protected] 21‑Dec‑09 14.8 05:42 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Michael Savage as a Role Model for Smith? Smith is reminded by Savage that inwardly we are not compartmentalized, but are all of a piece. Smith's Blog is here: codohfounder.com/. True Stories about a Holocaust Revisionist are here: codohfounder.com/blog‑archives/ See especially: "The Daring Young Man Meets William Saroyan," codohfounder.com/the‑daring‑young‑man‑meets‑william‑saroyan‑at‑harvard/ 7‑Jan‑10 33.7 07:56 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: The Anne Frank House David McCalden tours the Anne Frank House as a True Believer, exits it as a skeptic. Where are the floor plans to the House? See The Anne Frank House www.annefrank.org/en/Anne-Frank/Not-outside-for-2-years/-The-Secret-Annex/. Robert Faurisson analysis of the House and its surroundings: www.ihr.org/jhr/v03/v03p147_Faurisson.html. See my monthly newsletter Smith's Report: www.smithsreport.com 15‑Jan‑10 21.3 05:05 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Haiti, Race, and Army Boxing Catastrophe is oftentimes beyond the embrace of the human heart. Race may not be entirely beyond the reach of human temperament. Boxing can be fun. View "Lyin'" Simon Wiesenthal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XlMUjsqMmrc. Visit Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust: www.codoh.com 18‑Jan‑10 32.6 07:54 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Anne Frank Diaries? The Anne Frank Diary is not a historical document (that is, it is not a "diary"), but a literary production created from authentic notes by Anne Frank, then edited and "assembled" by her father and various publishers. See critical notes by Faurisson here: www.vho.org/aaargh/engl/FaurisArch/RF0006xx.html. For a few "literary" productions by Smith see: codohfounder.com/blog‑archives/ 19‑Jan‑10 33.8 07:54 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: One Unique Aspect of the Jewish Holocaust Story How is the Jewish genocide different from all other genocides? What is the primary purpose for which the Rabbi Marvin Hier's and the Simon Wiesenthal exploit the story? To take an advanced look at the original Lyin' Simon Wiesenthal see: http://codoh.com/library/series/1149/. To view the latest issue of Smith's Report see: www.smithsreport.com 26‑Jan‑10 12.2 04:45 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: The Power of Taboo Smith identifies with a student who does not want to hear anything that questions the Holocaust story. Smith reads an excerpt from his "Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist" retells his own first encounter with a revisionist argument. It was not a meeting he would be able to brag about. The entire text of Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist is here: codoh.com/library/book/3794/ 29‑Jan‑10 31.5 07:22 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: The Badger Herald is Not Alone Smith addresses a few words to the student staff of the Badger Herald, U Wisconsin‑Madison, encouraging them to stand steady if they come under pressure from special interests asking (demanding) that the Text Link ad be removed from the paper where it is to run the next couple months. The ad reads: "The Holocaust Question THE POWER OF TABOO www.codoh.com " 24‑Feb‑10 22.8 05:30 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: A fearful experience for a Student Editor The Editor in Chief of the Badger Herald, U Wisconsin‑Madison, is put in a tight place for having agreed to run a text link to a revisionist web site. The young man is running scared, he expresses his anxiety via an extensive ad hominem attack on Smith, avoiding specific issues/questions raised by the ad. That's how TABOO functions. 26‑Feb‑10 20.6 06:00 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Compromising Jewish Students Smith engages Greg Steinberger, Executive Director of the U Wisconsin‑Madison Hillel, demonstrating that Hillel Executive Directors say one thing in the Campus Newspaper and behind the scenes do another. 2‑Mar‑10 26 06:21 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: EDUCATION OR SUBJUGATION? Smith addresses the opinion piece by UW‑Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin, published in the Badger Herald on 02 March. He questions the Holocaust ideology maintained by the professorial class whereby the professor holds absolute authority over what questions students can ask and cannot ask about the Holocaust without putting themselves at risk of self‑destruction. 3‑Mar‑10 26.2 06:29 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Smith chats with Director of the USHMM Smith address Sara J. Bloomfield, Director of the USHMM to discuss her published reaction to the CODOH ad that ran in the Badger Herald at University of Wisconsin‑Madison. He wonders if it is understood by Director Bloomfield and others at the Museum that with their hysteria they risk shaming some of the brightest, most independent, most courageous of Jewish students at UW. 17‑Mar‑10 23.8 08:14 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Arguing with Fervor Smith is walking along in the dark while thought independently moves across the surface of such matters as nuclear weapons, Israel, the destruction of European culture, President Obama, gas chambers when suddenly, as fast as a speeding bullet, he is brought up short by seeing a cat sitting alone in the dark on the curbing. 19‑Apr‑10 33.3 09:02 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Smith questions the director of the USHMM, again 28 April 2010 (5.35): Smith responds to an article written by Sara J. Bloomfield, director of the USHMM, published in USA Today. Here she makes a fundamental distinction between those of us who are Jews and those who are not. See: www.usatoday.com/news/opinion/forum/2010-04-14-column14_ST1_N.htm 28‑Apr‑10 14.8 05:34 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Smith speaks at Cal State Fullerton intro This is an introductory segment from the talk I gave at Cal State-Fullerton on 06 May. The title of the talk is "The Student Newspaper and the Question of Taboo." For a look at how the Daily Titan staff reported on this talk see: www.dailytitan.com/2010/05/09/holocaust-revisionist-speaks-at-the-titan-student-union/ 12‑May‑10 30.4 08:35 480 320
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Second segment: Smith speaks at Cal State Fullerton Smith addresses the irrational vocabulary of the professorial class with regard to the taboo that protects the Holocaust question from open debate. Here he focuses on the language used by the Chancellor of U Wisconsin‑Madison, Biddy Martin, and how it is adopted by student journalists there. Why would it not be, Smith asks? 16‑May‑10 21 07:53 540 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Third Segment: Smith Speaks at Cal State Fullerton In this segment Smith addresses the irrational vocabulary of a fundraiser produced by Sara J. Bloomfield, director of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Bloomfield's fundraiser uses the controversy created by a seven‑word text link Smith placed in the online edition of the student newspaper at U Wisconsin‑Madison, the Badger Herald. From the Badger Herald right up the Holocaust Marketing food chain to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. 24‑May‑10 31.9 08:44 480 320
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Taboo and the Professorial Class at Northwestern U Here Smith introduces the specific irrational vocabulary used at Northwestern, from the President of the university on down through the departmental ranks, when the orthodox Holocaust narrative is questioned. 27‑May‑10 23.8 08:58 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: The Holocaust Taboo at Northwestern University Northwestern professor Arthur Butz is interviewed by the Iranian news agency Mehr. Smith points out the irrational vocabulary used by the President of Northwestern and Northwestern faculty in response to Butz's observations. Irrational in that it slanders and condemns Butz but is unwilling to address publicly what he has written, or what is reported he says in the Mehr interview. 28‑May‑10 29.5 08:24 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: A Norman Rockwell Painting A strange reaction from the audience at Cal State Fullerton to the wind‑up of the talk on 06 May, which reminds him of the Norman Rockwell paintings. 3‑Jun‑10 26.3 07:25 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Muslim Journalist Interviews Smith After the talk at Cal State Fullerton Smith was interviewed by a Daily Titan journalist, a young lady from India, a Muslim. She wrote the most professional, even‑handed article on me that I have ever seen in the mainstream or campus press. You can read it here: tinyurl.com/24qbo5s 9‑Jun‑10 25.3 09:47 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Are the Palestinians Doing it all Wrong? Ten years ago Smith argued that Palestinians might consider non‑violent protest against Israeli injustice and brutality. Here he suggests that the Gaza Flotilla demonstrates the benefits of that approach. Read my opinion piece here: tinyurl.com/24p67x8 17‑Jun‑10 16.4 06:18 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Taboo at UC San Diego? Smith addresses Angela Chen, Editor of The Guardian at UC San Diego, suggesting that The Guardian refused to run an ad for his book, Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist, because of pressure from Administration, Faculty, and special interest groups. 8‑Oct‑10 38.7 08:09 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: A Text too Daring For Students at UC Irvine Smith question the ideals of of those who advise The New University, the student Newspaper at UC Irvine. You can read "Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist" for free here: codohfounder.com/books‑plays/confessions/chapter‑one 25‑Oct‑10 23.6 08:59 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist, Chapter One Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist tells the story of how I first became aware of revisionist arguments challenging the orthodox Holocaust story, how it felt—how it felt was that it made me feel ashamed and made the palms of my hands sweat—and the first information I had the misfortune (?) to discover that there were serious questions to be asked about what I had believed all my life, with all my heart, about the unique monstrosity of the Germans. If you are a student, you may well find my Confessions to be an amusing and interesting read. Your reviews are welcome. If you are a professor, well, what can I say? We are addressing an issue here where you will have to choose between taboo on the one hand and a free exchange of ideas on the other. I have a lot of experience with you folk. It's taboo every time. 8‑Nov‑10 37 07:48 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: From Lady Ga‑Ga to Saigon and Back Again February 10 20011. Revisionism, Health, Money. Not necessarily in that order. Here Smith finds himself paying special attention to that fragment of his life centered on money. Or, better, his inexplicably dangerous lack of interest in the money itself. And the reason he admires the director of the USHMM, Sara J. Bloomfield. 10‑Feb‑11 30.2 09:34 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: When Dialogue leads to Catastrophe An Israeli professor reveals what goes on in the subjective life of a Holocaust True Believer, which leads Smith to wonder how Secretary‑General of UNESCO, Irina Bokova, can be for free expression for Egyptian journalists and revolutionaries now that they will have the right, and the space, to question the Holocaust story. 17‑Feb‑11 50.2 10:41 480 360
Coffee with Bradley Smith: Is it them or Is it Us? The exploitation of the German monster scam is supported by the great majority of Americans who are Jews, and the great majority of Americans who are not Jews. Oddly, or perhaps not so oddly, we can say that with regard to the Holocaust question Jews and Gentiles act as if we are all "brothers under the skin." 30‑Mar‑11 52.3 10:57 480 360
The Savage, the Academic and the Brain Washed Michael (Banned‑in‑Britain) Savage and the American (I Believe in Intellectual Freedom) Academic are joined at the hip with regard to supporting a free press, a free exchange of ideas. They teach and they preach what tyrants the world over have taught from the beginning. The right to think will be held to be a universal right -- except in those cases where the State, or a commanding special interest, fear they have something to lose. With regard to free inquiry regarding the orthodox Holocaust story the American State, the Professorial Class, and the Holocaust Industry have already lost a good deal. Their honor. 21‑May‑11 21.2 10:41 480 360
Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist 27‑Sep‑14 115 05:20 1280 720
Innocence, Shame and Gas Chambers Smith reads a few paragraphs from his book Confessions Of a Holocaust Revisionist 28‑Sep‑14 76.4 05:35 960 720
Fear, Shame and Gas Chambers: The Failure of the American Academic Class Why does the American professorial class insist that students “believe” what they are told ‑– and told and told -- about Germans and Jews during World War 11? Why does the American academic refuse to encourage students to create a free exchange of ideas about what really happened during that fracas? Why? One word reveals the story. That word is “shame.” If you find this work valuable, please take a moment to contribute: codohfounder.com/ 22‑Oct‑14 86 06:13 1280 720
Should Smith Apologize to Steven Pinker? Bradley Smith contemplates the possibility that Steven Pinker was not at Harvard during a Free Speech controversy in 2009, which might be why he remained silent. 6‑Jul‑15 45.7 03:09 1280 720

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