Introduction to Tangled Web: Zionism and the Holocaust -- The Consequences (1996)
Published: 1996-01-01

The following brief article was written in 1996 by Bradley Smith to serve as an introduction to the Tangled Web: Consequences Webpage. The CODOH Revisionist Library has chosen to preserve these brief comments even though the page in question has since been updated.

Here you will find some of the consequences of what has come about through the support of Zionism by the United States Congress. Without the U.S. Congress there would be no State of Israel, no Hamas, no Hezbollah, no Middle East nuclear power, no "West Bank" issue, no endless mind-numbing palaver about this pathetic, failed little nation and its endless troubles.

Here are the consequences of exploiting the Holocaust-story fraud to morally legitimate the invasion of Palestine by European Jews following World War II—the last great success story of Western Imperialism. These are the consequences of sacrificing Liberty to a pre-modern Judeo/Christian fundamentalism that is a blight on Western civilization. This is what it means to say there is "no other side" to the Holocaust story and believe it, and to slander and marginalize those who would not bend their knee to this or any other orthodoxy.

Those who fear that Holocaust revisionism is a direct threat to the State of Israel have their finger on it. The irony, and the dreadful shame of it, is that revisionism does not threaten the United States Congress. At this stage of the game, nothing threatens the U.S. Congress. This is what encourages some of us to look fondly on the idea of dissolving the Union—but then, that's another issue.


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Author(s): Bradley R. Smith
Title: Introduction to Tangled Web: Zionism and the Holocaust -- The Consequences (1996)
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Published: 1996-01-01
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