Holocaust Memorial Day, 2013.
Well today is the most important day of the year, Holocaust Memorial Day – at least if you’re a Holocaust Believer. Last year Penny Ling, who’s probably just an ordinary person and not a professional Holocaust Enforcer, commemorated the day in question by telling a story which I too have heard, some twenty years ago, in school (although not exactly like what she tells; that they drove to the ghettoes with mobile gas chambers) – but never since, because stories such as those are not really towing the current line of Holocaust ideology and could be a BIG compromise for a story that is already massively compromised.
But Penny Ling remembered the Holocaust Memorial Day in 2012 by telling us the following tale:
Hm, this method does not sound neither quick nor effective. If you want to kill loads & loads of Jews (or anybody else) do you really manufacture some modded car or truck to gas large amount of peoples? For this to have been meagrely effective they’d need like a FH16 700 8X4 truck, but they didn’t have that.
Yeah, well..Penny Ling, the truth is that your tale is nothing but a crude horror story that doesn’t even make sense for the reason I’ve explained above. In fact, it sounds like a really stupid solution for a rather simple problem – and Germans are not known for being ‘stupid’, right? They’re known for superb innovation, effectiveness and would not have used a method like that.
Santiago Alvarez wrote a book on these “gas vans” titled: The Gas Vans—A Critical Study [read book]. I recommend reading it.
For Holocaust Memorial Day 2013 I think one of the best resources is a book by the name “Lectures on the Holocaust—Controversial Issues Cross Examined”:
A short description of this book reads like this:
In 1976, Holocaust revisionism produced its last “standard work,” if there ever was such a thing: A.R. Butz’ Hoax of the Twentieth Century. “How can a quarter century old text not be obsolete today?” Butz asks in the preface of the 2003 edition of his own book, pointing out “the age of this text, and the great advances that have subsequently occurred in Holocaust revisionism.” Hence, there is a great need for a new, integrated work summarizing Holocaust revisionism after 30 years of very intensive and thorough research.
And here it is, the new standard work of Holocaust revisionism! It was written by German scholar, writer, and publisher Germar Rudolf, based on the research of the most prominent revisionists, most of which Rudolf had the pleasure to publish in a multitude of German and English language journal articles and books over the past 15 years.
The book was written to fit the need of both those who have no in-depth knowledge of the Holocaust or of revisionism, as well as for well-versed readers familiar with revisionism. Anyone who wants to bring himself up to date on revisionist scholarship, but does not want to read all the special studies that were published during the past ten years, needs this book!
Since 1992, Rudolf has been giving lectures to various mainstream audiences all over the world. His topic is very controversial: the Holocaust in the light of new forensic and historical findings. Rudolf’s sometimes astounding facts and arguments fall on fertile soil among his listeners, as they are presented in a very sensitive and scholarly way. This book is the literary version of Rudolf’s lectures, enriched with the most recent findings of historiography.
The book’s style is unique: It is a dialogue between the lecturer and the reactions of the audience. Rudolf introduces the most important arguments and counter arguments of Holocaust revisionism. The audience reacts with supportive, skeptical, and also hostile questions. The Lectures read like an exciting real-life exchange between persons of various points of view. The usual moral, political, and pseudo-scientific arguments against revisionism are addressed and refuted. This book resembles an entertaining collection of answers to frequently asked questions on the Holocaust. With generous references to a vast bibliography, this easy-to-understand book is the best introduction into this taboo topic for both readers unfamiliar with the topic and for those wanting to know more.
This book is available as an e-book in PDF format, here:
Lectures On Holocaust – Germar Rudolf
The book is easy to understand even if you’re fairly new to the subject. It is very pedagogic.
How do you commemorate this day? My guess is that you have been goaded for days with all sorts of nasty horror stories…well, I’m fairly happy to be able to say that most such stories are just stories. This day is an excellent day to critically analyse and collect new stories. But be wary about unsubstantiated stories, always question them and always remember to ask whoever is making the claim for corroborating proof.
Holocaust Memorial Day is a field day for those who do not believe in the Holocaust, because on this day, the mainstream press is going absolutely wild with the most absurd and unbelievable stories they can trot out to the gullible – which they hope is going to be swallowed hook, line and sinker. One merely have to wait a couple of days for the ‘dust to settle’, then collect the pieces and comment on it – that’s precisely what I intend to do.