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Protecting German Consumers from too Much Tolerance

Published on Thursday, October 22 of 2015 by

German Federal Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection Heiko Maas has announced that Facebook must obey German law even if free speech is curtailed:

“Holocaust denial and inciting racial hatred are crimes in Germany, and it doesn’t matter if they’re posted on Facebook or uttered out in the public on the market square… Germany has zero tolerance for such expression.”


In a crafty move, Maas charged Facebook with ignoring complaints from users that “their protests on racist posts have been ignored.” Not only is Maas forcing Facebook to censor its own website but he wants Facebook to respond quickly to …

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A Personal History of A Personal History of Moral Decay

Published on Tuesday, October 13 of 2015 by

By Chip Smith

A little over a decade ago I launched Nine-Banded Books by publishing a slender novella by Bradley R. Smith. It was called The Man Who Saw His Own Liver. I didn’t know what I was doing at the time and I still am not sure what I’m doing. I know I priced the book too high and printed too many copies. It never sold well, but that didn’t matter to me. All that mattered was that I liked the manuscript and I wanted very much for it to exist so that some few readers might discover …

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The Struggle Against Vivisection

Published on Monday, October 12 of 2015 by

 By Hermann Goering

Translation from German by
Fred Scherbaum

“It goes against the thinking of a German, especially against the ideology of
National Socialism, to equate an animal with inanimate matter.”

Radio broadcast on August 28 1933

Since the day of the release of my decree to abolish the cruelty of vivisection, I received a flood of telegrams and letters expressing agreement and happiness that finally real steps were taken in the fight against cruelty to animals.

The sudden release of my decree was a big surprise. For years now, the fight against vivisection has been carried on. Many discussions …

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Smith’s Report #216 October

Published on Saturday, October 10 of 2015 by

What Should CODOH Do?

By Germar Rudolf

As CODOH enters a new phase in its history, it is time to take stock. Because even for us at CODOH it is true that those who control the past, control the present, and those who control the present, control the future. So, first we, the team of Trustees and volunteers at CODOH, are trying to capitalize on the past—CODOH’s past. Some of us have been with CODOH for many years, others are rather new to the team. Bradley, of course, saw it all, but every human memory is finite, and when you’re …

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Community College Student Trustee Draws ire on Holocaust comments

Published on Thursday, October 1 of 2015 by

Cameron Weaver, twenty-six-year-old student member of the board of trustees of Los Rios Community Colleges in Sacramento, Ca., gave a long interview to a harmless-seeming female reporter from the student newspaper of one of the institution’s four campuses. In an interview that, judging by the reporter’s picture (Barbara Harvey), any ambitious young man might have been pleased to make as long as possible, Weaver expiated on school shootings, vaccines, 9/11 and – oh, no! – the Holocaust. Weaver is a thoughtful young mistruster of authority who in this case wasn’t quite thoughtful enough. He crossed the line, and Reporter Barbara …

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Did War on Hitler Actually Cause the Holocaust?

Published on Saturday, September 19 of 2015 by

By Bradley Smith

This is the title of an article on the website of The Jewish Libertarian, which describes itself as where Anarcho-Capitalism and Judaism Converge. The article, by Rafi Farber, is self-reflective and intelligent, though he is discovering stuff that a lot of us here are already more than familiar with.

Rafi Faber

Rafi Farber

Rafi is from Miami, made Aliyah in 2007, and lives with his wife and two girls in Karnei Shomron. He writes financial content for a living.

“Despite turning 180 degrees on almost all of my historical perspectives, there are some establishment positions that, even for me, …

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Smith’s Report # 215 September is Now Online

Published on Tuesday, September 8 of 2015 by

Being Jewish: Remembering the Holocaust

By Jett Rucker

In 2013, the Pew Research Center conducted a major survey, A Portrait of Jewish Americans, among American Jews to ascertain various group characteristics and opinions. In that study’s Chapter 3, “Jewish Identity“, a striking finding emerged that must be of great interest to Holocaust revisionists everywhere: “Remembering the Holocaust” is an important element of “being Jewish” to more Jews than is any of a list of eight other surveyed elements, including “Observing Jewish law” and even “Caring about Israel” (see table on next page). This finding could go a long …

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Inconvenient History Vol. 7, No. 3 is Online Now

Published on Sunday, September 6 of 2015 by

Editorial Advisory Board,

I am writing to announce the Fall issue of Inconvenient History.  You will find the contents online at:

This issue features the following articles:

Winston Churchill standing among the ruins of the west end of the bridge at Wesel. Photo: 25 March 1945. By US Army Signal Corps photographer Post-Work: User:W.wolny [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Winston Churchill standing among the ruins of the west end of the bridge at Wesel. Photo: 25 March 1945. By US Army Signal Corps photographer Post-Work: User:W.wolny [Public domain], via Wikimedia Common.


A Calm Political Atmosphere, by Richard Widmann

Patrick Desbois and the “Mass Graves” of Jews in Ukraine, by Carlo Mattogno

Winston Churchill Discreetly Veiled, Part 2, by Ralph Raico

The Myth of the Big Business-Nazi

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The Entire archive of Smith’s Report is Online for the First Time

Published on Friday, September 4 of 2015 by

We asked for your help in sending us the hard copy issues we were missing. You responded and the archive is now complete online in PDF format. Due entirely to the work of Germar, issues 8, 11, 12, 13, 15/16 (one issue), and 17 are posted for the first time on PDf and also on an HTML version. Those are issues that go back to 1991 through 1994. There’s a lot of interesting stuff in these early issues.

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Alan Dershowitz

In issue #8 for example (1991) Alan Dershowitz is quoted on the front page of The Daily Texan at U …

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The Brain recalling a meeting with David McCalden

Published on Friday, September 4 of 2015 by

 By Bradley Smith

Nicholas writes: “I’m assuming you won’t be able to get to our September 13 meeting in El Segundo (a Los Angeles beach suburb), but I’m wondering if you might care to provide a message to be read to the attendees concerning your decision to retire as editor of SR, what your plans are, and anything else you might wish to convey.

“Back in April you wrote: ‘The brain is recalling a meeting David McCalden held in some kind of restaurant-garden setting on Santa Monica B or Wilshire in the 80s. He ran it like a real meeting, …

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Eric Hunt: 3D imagery demonstrates the Auschwitz Hole Hoax

Published on Sunday, August 30 of 2015 by

First Published at


The Auschwitz Crema 1 Hole Hoax

By Eric Hunt

As pointed out by many revisionists before, the four holes in the roof of the morgue of Crematorium 1 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.

Under Soviet occupation, the …

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Issues of Smith’s Report Now Complete Online

Published on Saturday, August 29 of 2015 by

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A few days ago we called for your help in filling out our collection of Smith’s Report, a good number of which from years ago, as far back as 1990, we were missing. We can now say that we have all the issues we were missing, thanks to the help of those of you who attended to our petition. Thank you, one and all. Germar is doing the laborious work of scanning and converting these files on HTLM documents. He has provided a link to what is now on line and can be downloaded as a PDF. You can download …

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Once Again it’s Us not Them

Published on Saturday, August 22 of 2015 by

By Bradley Smith

Hoffman’s ideas about “Cryptocracy” are too exotic and too complicated for me to understand. But here he informs me of something I do not hear discussed.

Michael Hoffman

For example: “The Cryptocracy has led the Right wing into imagining that usury after the Middle Ages was a Judaic invention, a wholly owned subsidiary of ‘Jewish bankers.’ By this ruse, the gentile agents of the conspiracy are given a pass, which is one reason why conservative Catholics have scant awareness that usury was revived in the West by Catholic, and not Judaic, robbers who called themselves bankers. This was two …

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Help Us Restore the Smith’s Report Archive

Published on Friday, August 14 of 2015 by

As CODOH’s sole periodical, Smith’s Report has always been produced on a shoestring. That was the case from the beginning, when it was typed up (on paper), photocopies onto yet more paper, mailed out, and … lost. Some of the copies we mailed out are undoubtedly still out there, but we can’t seem to find ours. If you have any of the issues listed below in your stash, could you either loan them to us, or scan them and e-mail them to us? We’ll put them right up on our site and thereafter, they’ll not only be permanently found, but …

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Letter to Ms.Thompson and Mr.Goode from David Merlin

Published on Sunday, August 2 of 2015 by

Jul 30 at 1:19 PM

Ms. Alison Thompson
Mr. Mark Goode
Cornerstone Films
c/o Sunray Films
12 Sunray Avenue Herne Hill
SE24 9PY
Tel: +44 (0)758 033 758


Hello Ms. Thompson and Mr. Goode-

I read that your company is handling international sales for a new movie based on Deborah Lipstadt’s book  History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier.  The movie is “Denial ” and Cornerstone Films has promoted the movie at the Cannes Film Festival as “a powerful story about the legal and personal battle Deborah Lipstadt fought to defend the veracity …

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Smith’s Report #214 August 2015

Published on Saturday, August 1 of 2015 by

The Light Flickers
by Jett Rucker

This issue of Smith’s Report must be the first ever that lacks the byline of Bradley Smith.

Our namesake and “face” has given over what for anyone else would be their “golden years” to the fight for freedom to discuss openly what might be history’s most-contended subject. It is a supreme act of self-sacrifice, perhaps to be compared with the self-immolation of Reinhold Elstner in Munich in 1995, which Elstner accompanied with a manifesto that haunts every broad conscience to this very day.

But Bradley’s fight has not consumed him, nor has it, as …

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Inconvenient History Summer 2015

Published on Tuesday, July 28 of 2015 by

In Seventy Years, No Forensic Study Proving the Existence and Operation of the
“Nazi Gas Chambers”!

Robert Faurisson

In tribute to Professor Ben Zion Dinur (1884-1973), founder of Yad Vashem in 1953, forced to resign in 1959 for having preferred scientific History to Jewish Memory (as explained in my article in French of June 15, 2006).1

For the most commonplace murder, the judicial authority, happily enough, is never satisfied with “testimonies” but demands, before anything else, a forensic examination; to this purpose, the technical service of the police examines both the crime scene and the murder weapon while, for …

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The Daring Young Man Meets William Saroyan at Harvard

Published on Thursday, July 9 of 2015 by

NOTE: The following story is from a collection published in my latest book, A Personal History of Moral Decay. The Crimson was told to not print an advertisement for the book because of its content. Can a simple literary work be so dangerous to Harvard students that advertising it in the Crimson should be forbidden? Here you can read the second story in the collection. Tell me what you make of it. Is the Crimson refusal to advertise this book one more illustration of the academic taboo that is so well established on the Harvard campus?

The Daring Young

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Books already on C.W. Porter’s page

Published on Friday, June 26 of 2015 by

Books already on C.W. Porter’s page


Germany v. Porter

War Crimes Trials and Other Essays

Made in Russia: The Holocaust

Nicht schuldig in Nürnberg


Not Guilty at Nuremberg




Else Löser’s page

The Image of the Germans in Polish Literature…


Other books


Requiem for Rhodesia


Book by Hervé Ryssen

(new author)

 Understanding the Jews, Understanding Anti-Semitism


Book by Franz W. Seidler

(new author)

 Crimes Against the Wehrmacht

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