How does an established German university professor justify the establishment’s complete refusal to enter into discussion with revisionists, when he ought to defend the ideals of the enlightenment, that is to say, a doubting and critical attitude? Prof. Eßbach of Freiburg university demonstrates it: you distort the facts, lie about the opponent, et voilà, you have a compelling reason…
Scheduled to be a discussion of air photo evidence on the so-called Holocaust, Deanna Spingola had me talk about my own history of persecution first, the German legal framework of it next, then about the real reasons for the two world wars, and finally we actually got to talk a little about air photo evidence about Auschwitz.
“Holocaust denier Germar Rudolf spreads hate from Pennsylvania” – that’s what Aryeh Tuchman claims, without indicating what of my writings constitutes hate. Here I argue that “common parlance,” used by Tuchman as an excuse for his inaccuracies, that is: parroting what “the others” are saying, is one of the main causes of the persecution of minorities and dissidents.
Germans are guilty of everything, and foremost, of course, of the outbreak of World War Two, the mother of all wars. Today being the anniversary of the German surrender (actually, Germany’s armed forces surrendered on May 7, 1945), the German media will be full of the usual pathetic self-flagellation which any good “German” is in the habit of exhibiting on that day. “We were liberated!” Sure. This essay in my answer to that.