Revisionist Editor fined in France

ThoughtCrime: 03/24/97
Published: 1997-03-24

"Thoughtcrime does not entail death: thoughtcrime IS death."
George Orwell

A French court fined a magazine editor $5,200 for publishing revisionist articles. Gabriel Andres, editor of Rot un Wiss (Red and White) questioned the existence of "gas chambers" at Struthof-Natzweiler, a concentration camp in Alsace.

Supporters of the orthodox Holocaust story believe that SS Professor August Hirt gassed prisoners with mysterious salts which, when mixed with water, would kill in one minute. The building in which the "gas chamber" was housed had been a restaurant before the outbreak of World War II. The room which is described as a "gas chamber" today had served as a refrigeration room for perishable food.

The "gas chamber" at Struthof-Natzweiler has been called the French national gas chamber. It is classified as a "historical monument."

In France, it is against the law to question the traditional Holocaust story.


Adapted from The Asbury Park Press 03/25/97.


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