CODOHWeb Adds Revisionist, Free Speech Materials—Including an Important New Language
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New postings to CODOH’s site on the World Wide Web during the month of April demonstrate the growing breadth of CODOHWeb’s outreach, as well as CODOH’s intensifying challenge, in defiance of new German government threats to freedom on the Internet, to the Holocaust myth and the repression of free inquiry that reign in Germany.
CODOHWeb is proud to announce the acquisition of its first Arabic-language capabilities through linkage accomplished on April 17th to Radio Islam, ex-Moroccan army officer Achmed Rami’s unique Holocaust revisionist and Islamist site in Sweden. CODOHWeb now boasts revisionist and Islamic material, including the Koran, in Arabic and English, an unmatched combination for a possible audience of over 200 million speakers with, shall we say, a high potential for receptiveness to revisionism, in North Africa and Southwest Asia.
Earlier in April, CODOHWeb posted an appeal on behalf of the Palestinians of East Jerusalem, who are subject to an on-going, insidious campaign of deportation by Israeli authorities. The appeal was originally published on behalf of two Israeli human rights groups, B’Tselem and Hamoked.
Meanwhile, the index to CODOHWeb's page entitled “The Tangled Web: Zionism, Stalinism, and the Holocaust Story,” which includes important articles on the sensational (to the uninitiated) links between Communism, Zionism, and Nazism, by such important authors as Lenni Brenner (“Zionism in the Age of the Dictators—A ReAppraisal”). Winston Churchill (“A Struggle for the Soul of the Jewish People”), James J. Martin (The Pro-Red Orchestra Starts Tuning Up in the USA, 1941), and Gore Vidal (Foreword to Israel Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion) was reworked to split its growing listings into pre- and post-WWII materials. “The Tangled Web” has been recently updated with new articles by Richard Widmann (“The 'Haavara Agreement'”) and Roger Garaudy’s The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics, oft-commented in the pages of SR over the past year.
The Website's already strong German-language focus on the revisionist scholarship of the Holocaust and government repression of dissident researchers in this fled was sharpened by the addition of the booklet-length consideration of the hounding of Max Planck Institut chemist Germar Rudolf for his impeccable (and unmatched) report on the results of his chemical investigation of the alleged gas chambers of Auschwitz; an account of the court-ordered burning of the most comprehensive and up-to-date statement of Holocaust revisionism. Grundlagen zur Zeitgeschichte (Foundations of Contemporary History), which Rudolf edited; historian Dr. Joachim Hoffmann's affidavit in testimony to the scholarly character of Grundlagen; as well as new materials in English, including Carlos Porter’s response (see SR 40) to his subpoena for violating Germany’s taboo against questioning the Holocaust.
When one considers that the above listing encompasses fewer than half of the new postings to CODOHWeb this April, that of course being merely a small fraction of the materials currently available, world-wide, from the site; and when one recalls that this material can at present be not merely viewed on computer screens but “downloaded,” stored, accessed, printed and disseminated at leisure (or in haste, as the case may be), one is almost tempted to feel a wee bit of pity for the censors and the thought-controllers. We don’t, though.
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|Author(s):||Bradley R. Smith|
|Title:||CODOHWeb Adds Revisionist, Free Speech Materials—Including an Important New Language|
|Sources:||Smith's Report, no. 43, May 1997, pp. 7f.|
|First posted on CODOH:||Oct. 3, 2015, 12:08 p.m.|