This page is effectively supplanted by my blog, The Holocaust Question Today
There you will find the latest news on my campaign to forward the idea that a free exchange of ideas on the Holocaust and gas-chamber stories, as with every other historical question, should be encouraged, not discouraged.
There you will see how I am taking the issue of intellectual freedom and a free press on the gas-chamber question to UNESCO, “the only United Nations agency with a mandate to defend freedom of expression and press freedom.”
I began this campaign in February 2008 with a brief letter to Emory University professor Deborah Lipstadt, a primary voice for the Holocaust Marketing Industry on the American campus. I asked Ms. Lipstadt one simple question: “Can you provide the name, with proof, of one person who was killed in a gas chamber at Auschwitz?”
Professor Lipstadt did not respond. I have since run my “One Person with Proof” question past some 2,500 academics at American universities. None has responded. If the professorial class in America is to continue to forward the charge that a million or so folk were murdered in gas chambers at Auschwitz (it used to be “four” million of course), it is not unreasonable to expect that one academic, somewhere in America, should be able to provide, with proof, the name of one such person.
I am willing to be convinced that I am wrong to forward my One Person, with Proof question to our universities, and that the American professoriate is correct in supporting the taboo that attempts to prohibit it. But they are going to have to convince me that I am wrong in the full light of day.