No. 203 (March)

On the Holocaust Controversy

No. 203 · · March 2014

Serving the Revisionist Community from 1990 until 2016

  • How the ADL and the USHMM Choose to Evade the Issue of One (only) Class of Nazi Collaborators. By Bradley Smith
  • The Search for the Lost Nazi Diary. The Recovery of the Diary of Alfred Rosenberg. By David Merlin
  • I am becoming… unnameable. By Robert Faurisson
  • Blood Libels, Gas Libels And the Difference between Them. By Jett Rucker
  • FRAGMENTS – Another Ordinary Life. By Bradley Smith
  • Blasting the Historical Blackout! By Bradley Smith

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Cover Letter for Smith’s Report #203

Bradley Smith, FounderCommittee for Open Debate on the HolocaustPO Box 439316San Ysidro, California 92143Telephone 209 682 5327Email: [email protected] 18 March 2014 Friend and (oftentimes) supporter: Sara Bloomfield is the Director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The grand scenario of Sara Bloomfield and the Museum is blurred, though its purpose is clear. Profit. Profit…

Blasting the Historical Blackout!

NOW AVAILABLE! The soft-bound edition of Inconvenient History Volume V is now available! Our fifth softbound annual contains 516 pages of cutting-edge revisionist scholarship revealing the inconvenient truth on several aspects of recent history. Inconvenient History Volume V contains all the content from our 4 issues from 2013. You will receive a softbound book with…

Don’t Fall for the Holohoax!

The following reproduces the text of a leaflet that Zan Overall wrote and is distributing on the campus at UCLA. His plan is to appear on campus each Tuesday in a campaign he refers to as “Truth Tuesday.” I would not phrase everything the way Zan phrases it maybe, but this is man in his…

How the ADL and the USHMM Choose to Evade the Issue of One (only) Class of Nazi Collaborators

Smith's Report, No. 203, March 2014, pp. 1-3 Abraham FoxmanThe Anti-Defamation LeagueNew York City, New York Mr. Foxman: If you will, I have a question about Nazi war criminals to which perhaps one of you can provide some clarification. The background is this: In 2009 the ADL called on the Department of Homeland Security to…

The Search for the Lost Nazi Diary

Los Angeles Times 202 W. 1st St.Los Angeles, CA 90012 Letters to the Editor[email protected]. 12 February 2014 I am writing to comment on a February 6th article by Richard Simon, “The Search for the Lost Nazi Diary,” regarding the recovery of the diary of Alfred Rosenberg. The pages of the Rosenberg diary have been…

I am becoming… unnameable

February 12, 2014 Eric Delcroix, my former lawyer, has just reminded me that the late humorist Pierre Desproges (1939-1988), in a skit for the television show “Le Tribunal des flagrants délires” (The Court of in flagrante delirio), once portrayed me as an unnameable character, unnameable at least for the French justice system. Announcing the accused’s…

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