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Matthew Howard on “Revising Holocaust Revisionism”

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The ultimate “third rail” topic

Does holocaust revisionism need revising? That is the contention of today’s guest, Matthew Howard, who says the world’s most famous holocaust revisionist, David Irving – the antihero of last year’s Hollywood propaganda film Denial – has erred in his recent suggestions that the holocaust happened pretty much the way the mainstream authorities say, except not at Auschwitz using cyanide gas, but at other Polish camps using diesel exhaust. (But is diesel exhaust even toxic?!)

Whatever killing methods the Nazis may have used, they sure didn’t work on Chaim Ferster, who died a few days ago at the ripe old age of 94 after “surviving EIGHT Nazi death camps” according to Yahoo News.

Matt Howard wrote to David Irving asking him about some of the questions raised by the documentary film One Third of the Holocaust. Irving did not reply.

Has revisionist David Irving revised his views? Do his new views require further revising? Listen to Matthew Howard’s contentions, study the issue for yourself, and make up your own mind.

Along with One Third of the Holocaust, those interested in the subject may wish to consult these sources:

International Military Tribunal for Germany (Yale Law School Archive)

Matthew Howard’s first podcast on the holocaust

Thomas Dalton’s book Debating the Holocaust

Anti-revisionism books Denying History and Denial

Kollerstrom vs. Myers debate: Should 9/11 truthers avoid holocaust revisionism? _ on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio

The Diesel Gas Chambers by Friedrich Berg

3 Thoughts to “Matthew Howard on “Revising Holocaust Revisionism””

  1. Anonymous

    Irving changed his (public) tune on the holocaust, after the Jewish powers that be, uncharacteristically/"mercifully" early-released him from an Austrian prison term after only 13 months of his 3 year sentence…

    and whuduyuhknow; Irving's been (publicly) singing from the kosher 6M/gas-chambers song sheet since.

    (Former) revisionist Marc Weber was also 'turned' as some point; and when pressed on his 'evidence', Weber cites one or two 'diaries'– aka "eyewitness" testimony aka the LEAST reliable/credible form of evidence (after forensic & circumstantial evidence) coz it's so easy to fabricate; and then Weber also seeks to ride Irving's former cred, by saying he agrees with (the new, post early prison release) Irving.

    Not sure what turned David Cole/Stein; imagine it was some form of the usual blackmail/bribery/coercion, similar to what likely turned Weber.

  2. Anonymous

    I recorded (in one take) the second installment of 'revising revisionism' this morning.
    Would be so kind as to link it to the archived show we recorded last week.

    And also this …
    Spielberg's Hoax – The Last Days of The Big Lie

    How about that debate with John Hankey, or other holocaust advocate?
    That could make for a good bare knuckle (linguistic) brawl … your thoughts?
    Talking about a good scrap … Rolf Lindgren, jumped into a no-holds-barred bare-knuckles fight with you.I listened this morning when I got up. Has he been eating a LOT of peyote cactus (Lophophora williamsii)? He was making zero sense at all! Do you have history with this clown?

    Matthew Howard

  3. Check out the opening of this NYT article – "For Kushner, Israel Policy May Be Shaped by the Personal"

    When Jared Kushner was 17 years old, he stood where a million Jews had been murdered and listened to Israel’s prime minister stress the country’s importance.

    “The Holocaust could have been prevented. We know it could not have taken place had the Jewish state been established a few years earlier,” the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said in 1998, standing amid the ruins of an Auschwitz-Birkenau crematory. He had just led Mr. Kushner and thousands of other teenagers waving Israeli flags in a procession through the camp’s gates and past the barracks. As part of the commemoration, the group would soon leave Poland and fly to Israel, to complete the journey from slaughter to Zionist rebirth.

    Um, New York Times, what was that number you're saying of jews who were killed at Auschwitz-Birkenau?

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