BILL R. writes:
Allow me to praise your courageous public skepticism regarding the official version of the “Nazi Holocaust” to which we in the West are all expected to show unhesitating obeisance. There are few, if any, thought crimes deemed more reprehensible or more odious by our secular theocracy than heresy against the religion of the Holocaust, particularly by a white European gentile. Members of that group, more than any other, are expected to have unquestioned faith in it since it is they who are deemed responsible for its founding. And faith, of course, is exactly what you must have to believe it since not only are there not facts to support the widespread account, but as soon as one dares move beyond the faith to look at the facts, they immediately begin to lead you elsewhere.
Many tens of thousands of Jews perished in Nazi concentration camps and, as you say, that was appalling, as were the deaths of so many others (more Catholics actually died in Auschwitz than Jews, for example, according to the death records kept by the Nazis themselves, which figures were independently corroborated by the International Committee of the Red Cross, whom the Nazis permitted to regularly visit and inspect the camps — an odd thing to permit, to say the least, by those supposedly engaged, at those very locations, in the wholesale murder of millions, an act oddly never witnessed by the Red Cross nor even hinted at by them as a possibility, though they were as aware of the rumors as anyone and kept meticulous records and eventually issued a several volume report on the Auschwitz camp alone). But it also true, and ironically so, that many of those thousands of deaths were caused by Typhus epidemics and malnutrition that swept through the camps, particularly in the latter stages of the war, owing to the collapse of transport brought on by Allied bombing which prevented the resupply of the camps with provisions, one of those provisions being the dreaded Zyklon B, an insecticide designed to exterminate, not Jews, but the deadly Typhus-carrying lice from clothes. Read More »