No. 45 (July/Aug.)

On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 45 · · July/August 1997

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Robert Faurisson. Because of my press release of 19 April 1996 (See p. 4-5 of “An Assessment of the Garaudy/Abbe Pierre Affair,” January—October 1996) I was immediately indicted. For many reasons, my trial was twice postponed. It will start on 25 September in Paris. The presiding judge said to my lawyer, Eric Delcroix, that it…

Revisionism on the Internet As featured on CODOHWeb

Revisionism on the Internet—This handsome, durable, spiral-bound “journal” presents a cross-section of the materials that are making CODOHWeb a world-wide force for the truth that underlies history’s greatest taboo. As described in the previous issue of SR, Revisionism on the Internet contains exiled German chemist Germar Rudolf s analysis of German Establishment scholar W. A….

Lyle Stuart “Barricades” Revisionist Manuscripts

I recently had occasion to read an article sent me from the Hoboken Record (2 February 97) titled “House of Stuart.” It gave the background to the publishing history of Lyle Stuart, who is perhaps the most independent and controversial mainstream book publisher in the United States. He specializes in publishing books that challenge orthodox…


You may have noticed that this issue of Smith's Report is late. If I were a sober, practical professional I wouldn’t let on why. But mine is an unfailingly amateur personality so I’m going to spill the beans. I’m over my head in expenses and debt and I’m moving to Rosarito—as in Mexico—a beach town…

Elie Wiesel Focuses on Danger of Internet

In a recent interview, super-survivor, Nobel laureate and selfproclaimed human cannonball (see SR 42, “Elie Wiesel: Sometimes the Truth Is an Accident”) Wiesel unbosomed himself to The Jerusalem Post on the “deniers” (that’s us, folks). As paraphrased by the Post, Elie said this regarding the chief avenue of attack along which revisionism is storming against…

High Court Lights Up a Glorious Fourth for Revisionists at Home

It was a pre-Fourth of July gift for Americans, and for Holocaust revisionism-hungry folks around the world. On June 26, the Supreme Court of the United States struck down President Bill Clinton’s and the Republican-controlled Congress’s Communications Decency Act (CDA). In its landmark decision, the nation’s highest court ruled that the law violated Americans’ First…

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