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Having been tortured, Rudolf Höss, who was the commander of Auschwitz from 1940 to 1943, almost certainly lied to save the lives of his wife and children. Even if torture and duress cannot be proven, the overwhelming reason for recognizing the utter falsity of the Höss confession is that the gassing method he described was not scientifically plausible.
Yet Höss’s conviction has stood, by inference, as a testament to the cruelty of Germans in general, since he was tried at Nuremberg, in 1947, and subsequently hanged on April 16th, 1947, in Poland.
Making a statement like this which doubts the officially ordained narrative can be a crime in a number of western "democracies," believe it or not, and it is at least considered to be reprehensible in those countries that have not (yet?) outlawed dissenting views on this topic.
This video discusses the social and judicial persecution of individuals voicing dissident opinions on the historical event usually referred to as the Holocaust. It castigates that persecution and lays bare the illegality and amorality of such activities. In addition, a number of the most striking historical arguments why dissenting = revisionist views on the Holocaust are reasonable, are presented. A brief look into the political agenda of those furthering the orthodox Holocaust narrative rounds up this amazing movie.
NOTE: This Video was originally uploaded to YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gycNMf0xAc), but YouTube deleted it temporarily under the pretext of some spurious copyright claim over some of the used footage. (YouTube switched it free again in mid 2012.) Suppressing free and open discussion on any subject, however, is as bad as telling lies, and knowingly suppressing the truth is the biggest lie of all, because it is based, not on a mistake or a genuine error, but on a deliberate intention to deceive.
This is the author's dedication:
With great respect for those who have tried—though harassed, punished, fined, imprisoned and otherwise abused—to tell it like it really was: Arthur R. Butz, Robert Faurisson, Jürgen Graf, Gerd Honsik, David Irving, Kevin Käther, Nicholas Kollerstrom, Fred Leuchter, Horst Mahler, Carlo Mattogno, Ingrid Rimland, Germar Rudolf, Bradley Smith, Wilhelm Stäglich, Sylvia Stolz, Fredrick Toben, Ernst Zündel and many others.
2nd, revised edition, released in May 2011
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