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The Irrational Vocabulary of the American Professorial Class with Regard to the Holocaust Question

David Cole Calls It a Day with Bradley Smith

Published on Friday, July 25 of 2014 by

David Cole on Robert Faurisson

“I’m going to make this short, and it will be my final word on the subject. I’ve been hearing a lot recently about Robert Faurisson badmouthing me. This is nothing new. This is what Faurisson does. He has systematically alienated, via his unwarranted insults, Mark Weber and David Irving, the two finest revisionist historians there are. Faurisson is displeased that I point out in my book that he froze on the witness stand at the Zundel Trial when asked about the Einsatzgruppen operations in the East after the invasion of Russia. If he is angry, …

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Rialto: Anatomy of a Slapdown

Published on Thursday, July 17 of 2014 by

By Jett Rucker

Eighth-graders in the public schools of Rialto, California were (almost) treated to a view of the Holocaust probably never before presented in any school, public or private, in America. As a highly structured activity designed to be conducted over a period of seven days, the assignment presented material from three different Web sites with which students were to develop answers to questions such as “Was the Holocaust an actual tragic historical event or a propaganda tool?” and support the answers with citations of statements from both the presented material and other material, from two extensive websites and …

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Smith’s Report # 207 is now online

Published on Tuesday, July 15 of 2014 by

The Evil Muse of Bradley Smith

By Ann Sterzinger

This is an astounding turn of events. My new book, A Personal History of Moral Decay, has been reviewed in Taki’s Magazine. This is a cultural event, if you will, that is a first. A book written by a Holocaust Revisionist being reviewed and reviewed positively, in one of the premier intellectual and cultural publications in the United States of America. Who has ever heard of such an event? Am I missing something?


June 18, 2014

Sometimes a book is so rich and alive that through a kind of …

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