Letters to the Editor

Published: 2005-09-01

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General Remarks

Chicken David

You people are amazing. You actually deny the Holocaust’s existence, the existence of the Death Camps, the existence of the suffering and untold agonies. To deny such truths is to deny what those people went through and to make the fight against Nazism and fascism for naught. You do a disservice to the memory of those millions killed, not only in the camps, but every soldier and civilian who sacrificed to win that war and win against the total brutality of the Nazi regime. I would like you to do one thing for me though. I would like you to deny the camp’s existence to my grandfather, to his FACE, and deny the tattoo he was branded with, and to deny the atrocities he witnessed upon himself and others. I would like you to deny the Holocaust to thousands of others who survived to tell their stories. I would like for you just to admit you’re scumbag trash who don’t have even the common courtesy of allowing these survivors to live out their final days in peace away from the horrible memories. Revisionist my ass… you do this only for the sake of your own egos and notoriety, without any regard to those who suffered. I myself invite you to deny its existence to MY face, and see how long you last. Go to hell.

David Marsit, [email protected]

Dear David!

I would very much appreciate having an interview with you and your grandfather about the issues raised, as it seems that you, and perhaps he as well, have some misunderstandings about various things. If you would be so kind as to approach your grandfather and see if he might grant such an interview, I would be very appreciative. If he gives you his permission, we can set up a time and place for carrying out the interview.

Sincerely, Germar Rudolf

P.S.: David Marsit and his grandfather chickened out.

How Moses survived Bergen-Belsen

Dear Editor:

Denmark’s commemorative  Auschwitz Day, Jan. 27, 2005, brought a new witness to the fore. On Danish TV 2 (20:45), a certain Moses Schwarz, survivor of six camps, related how he managed to survive starvation in Bergen-Belsen – namely by feeding on grass. Whether Moses shared his little secret of human survival with other inmates is not known; the journalist failed to ask critical questions. The SS guards were gruesome beyond words. Sometimes inmates would spend the day rolling huge stones to and fro for no purpose at all. A special SS pastime consisted of pricking out the eyes of the inmates. Moses, however, avoided this by using his right hand as a shield. To prove this he showed a scar (invisible, actually) on his hand. By constantly urinating on it, he had prevented his hand from being infected. Moses’ mother was, of course, gassed immediately (at the age of 34 in Bergen-Belsen’s non-existent gas chamber).

Some prominent politicians (from the national party, often condemned as “racist”) followed Moses to the synagogue that evening.

On the more academic side, there were also numerous activities. Priests, philosophers, psychologists, etc. spent the time speculating aloud about the ineffable nature of evil. What could be done to prevent future evils of this sort? Who can say? Hard to say! One young historian (I forget his name, but he distinguished himself by a ring in his left ear) is deeply engaged in the study of the mentality of the “perpetrators.” By way of mind-reading or introspection, “Ringy” has come to the amazing conclusion that all of us are murderers. It was not clear whether this allegation also included the Jewish victims. Of course, the limitations of the introspective method would only allow “Ringy” to speak for himself. It is, therefore, probably only a question of time before he is arrested by the police for further interrogation.

All in all, the Danish version of holocaustism provides an increasing number of priests and intellectuals with a welcome extra source of income. No politician or journalist dares to oppose any of the many lies – at least not in public.

Grazzy Penalhaus, Denmark

Brilliant Misfiring

The Revisionist is a brilliant journal of historical research. Articles like “Are All Men Equal?,” “Werner Heisenberg,” “Why the U.S. Rejects the ICC,” and various research articles on the Holohoax are historical milestones. Your exactitude, wherever it came from, served you well until you decided to accept “A New Buddhist-Christian Parable” for publication. This one misfired. Its author used empirical science in a domain where empirical science is helpless. The Gospels are not about science, nor is Christianity a myth. It is an erruption of the Divine into the history of man. There is nothing remotely comparable in the theology (if there be such) of any other religion, including Buddhism. Besides, the simple men who wrote the Gospels couldn’t read Sanskrit, let alone copy it. That Buddhism influenced Christianity because of a few Greek words with Sanskrit roots is sheer nonsense. Please, keep to human history in which you are expert.

Sincerely, Maria Stukel

Editor’s Remark

All areas of this world are subject to empirical science. If ideologies, religions included, claim that they are excluded from this, then this proves only that they are hostile to critical investigation with potentially adverse results.


Re.:M. Springer, “The New Face of the ‘Holocaust’,” TR, 2(3) (2004), pp. 297-300

On Dec. 15, 2003, the first sequences of a new movie based on Kertész’s novel were made in Hungary. This will be the most expensive Hungarian movie ever produced. Initially the costs were estimated at some 3.8 million Euros (4.5 million dollars), but the budget grew over time to almost 10 million Euros. Almost a third of that amount is donated by the Hungarian government,  though initially this donation was to be paid only if no other sponsors could be found. The Movie Fund of the European Council also contributed 650,000 Euros.

A fake Buchenwald concentration camp was constructed in the Pilis Mountains close to Hungary’s capital Budapest. Some members of the local population, as well as some artists, protested in vain against this location. They fear that the fake camp will not be torn down after the movie has been made, but will be presented as an authentic Hungarian concentration camp. Some protesters also pointed out that the Pilis Mountains were a sacred location for a pre-Christian Hungarian religion. They failed to understand why a fake camp was erected, when the real Buchenwald camp would have been available for the movie. Kertész simply ignored the protesters by stating: “Such statements don’t mean anything to me.”

Hardly anyone is aware that back in 1972 Kardos György, Jewish manager of the Hungarian Magvető publishing firm, rejected Kertész’s novel as worthless and unfit for publishing.

For years now, Jewish organizations have been complaining that there is not enough “Holocaust awareness” in Hungary, pointing at Germany as a good example. It is most likely toward that end that Kertész’s 30 year old novel, which was basically unknown in Hungary until 1983 and even after that considered unimportant, suddenly received so much attention and was finally awarded the Nobel Prize.

Yet despite the Nobel Prize and a massive publicity campaign by the media, a “proper” “Holocaust awareness” is still not taking root in Hungary. When the mayor of the Hungarian province town of Hódmezővásárhely donated a copy of Kertész’s novel to all senior high school students prior to Christmas 2002, some ten ripped-up copies of this book were found in the town’s park the next day. As an Orwellian act of surveillance, all senior high school students of that town had to show their copies at their school after Christmas break. All of the students were able to produce their copies, indicating that the “perpetrators” had replaced their destroyed copies with copies purchased at bookstores.


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Author(s): Maria Stukel , David Marsit , Grazzy Penalhaus
Title: Letters to the Editor
Sources: The Revisionist 3(1) (2005), pp. 110f.
Published: 2005-09-01
First posted on CODOH: July 24, 2012, 7 p.m.
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