FRAGMENTS: The Human Face of Holocaust Revisionism
February 1, 2016
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 …
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 …
The Establishment is definitely after the Controversial French comedian and social critic Dieudonne M’bala M’bala,or Dieudonne, as he is known.
More than Satisfied
In November Dieudonne was sentenced to two months in jail by a Belgian court for comments he made during a show in Liege in 2012. The comments, deemed too controversial to be repeated by BBC News, were tagged as “Anti-Semitic.” All the BBC would mysteriously announce was that, “The court ruled all the accusations against Dieudonne were established.”
But other news outlets described the offensive language; ie. calling Hitler a “joyful braggart,” a “sweet …
The week before Christmas seems an odd time to release a Holocaust movie, particularly one as macabre as Son of Saul. It is a Tale from “Inside the Gas Chamber of Auschwitz,” presumably Morgue 1 of Krema II and focuses on a Jewish Sonderkommando named, Saul Ausländer. One reviewer describes the movie thusly, “For most of the 107-minute fiction film, the camera remains fixed on the face of one inmate at Auschwitz-Birkenau as he races around the death camp trying to bury a boy he believes is his son.”
This interview is the first we have done via Skype. I look like an old man here. There’s nothing we can do about the quality of the visuals, but I have been told the back and forth is interesting and amusing. I enjoyed working with Mr. Rizoli. Even got a few laughs out of it. Anyhow, here we are. Tell me what you think.