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

Smith’s Report February # 219 is online!

Published on Wednesday, February 3 of 2016 by

3D Imagery Demonstrates the Auschwitz Hole Hoax
By Eric Hunt

“Reconstructed” Crematorium 1. The SS Hospital is located

“Reconstructed” Crematorium 1. The SS Hospital is located

 

As pointed out by many revisionists before, the four holes in the roof of the morgue of Crematorium I at Auschwitz 1 camp do not “fit” the original configuration of the building. In fact, they are centered over the current post-war modified configuration of the room.

The Auschwitz Museum claims these were the locations of genuine holes, which were then filled in by the Germans when they chose to convert the crematorium to an air-raid shelter for the nearby SS hospital.…

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FRAGMENTS: The Human Face of Holocaust Revisionism

Published on Monday, February 1 of 2016 by

By Bradley R. Smith

*** I did my first public interview in years for The League of Extraordinary Revisionists (LOER). Inspired and developed by the triumvirate of Fred Leuchter, Jim Rizoli and Diane King, LOER is reaching out to the ‘old corps’ of revisionists, providing a venue through the interview process for these revisionists and also to those not yet so well known. Rizoli and his team are in Framingham, Massachusetts. When possible, he will record the interview with a camera. That’s how he handled those with Fred Leuchter and Germar Rudolf. Robert Faurisson, Frederick Toben and myself were …

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Letter to the Editor of the Daily Iowan

Published on Tuesday, January 19 of 2016 by

Bradley R. Smith
PO Box 439016
San Ysidro CA  92143
Desk: 209 682 5327
Email: bsmith@prodigy.net.mx
Web: www.alightoncampus.com

Stacey Murray
Editor-in-Chief
staceyjomurray@gmail.com

January 12

Letter to the Editor

I want to congratulate, The Daily Iowan staff for allowing me to present my book, A Personal History of Moral Decay, via a text link in the Daily Iowan. It’s a tiny ad, it has only six (6) words, A Personal History of Moral Decay, which serves as a link to the book on Amazon.com

A Personal History of Moral Decay is a collection of autobiographical stories that treat with my experiences …

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