"Ninety-nine per cent of what we know [about mass murder at Auschwitz-Birkenau] we do not actually have the physical evidence to prove... It has become part of our inherited knowledge." - Auschwitz exterminationist 'expert' Robert Jan Van Pelt, The Star, "A case for letting nature take back Auschwitz", 27 December 2009.
"The consequence of the absence of any overt documentary evidence of gas chambers at these camps, coupled with the lack of archaeological evidence, means that reliance has to be placed on eye witness and circumstantial evidence." - Justice Gray, Irving-Lipstadt trial, 2000
"The archives torn from the bowels of the Third Reich, the depostions and accounts of its chiefs permit us to reconstruct in their least detail the birth and the development of its plans for aggression, its military campaigns, and the whole range of processes by which the Nazis intended to reshape the world to their pattern. Only the campaign to exterminate the Jews, as concerns its completion, as well as in many other essential aspects, remains steeped in fog. Psychological inferences and considerations, third- or fourth-hand accounts, allow us to reconstruct the developments with a considerable verisimilitude. Certain details, nevertheless, will remain unknown forever. As concerns the concept proper of the plan for total extermination, the three or four principal actors are dead. No document remains, and has perhaps never existed." - Léon Poliakov, Bréviaire de la haine (Breviary of Hate) , Paris, 1979, p. 134.
"But, however the world pretends to divide itself, there are ony two divisions in the world to-day - human beings and Germans.” – Rudyard Kipling, The Morning Post (London), June 22, 1915