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'Gentile hating Wiesenthal exposed as fraud & liar'
Wiesenthal proclaims the truth of 'human soap'
'H. Museums Indoctrinating Students with Staged Propaganda'
Homage to Catalin Haldan
The final paragraph sums it up nicely:
In light of his well-documented record of deceit, lies and incompetence, the extravagant praise heaped upon this contemptible man is a sorry reflection of the venal corruptibility and unprincipled self-deception of our age.
It was 12 Camps he survived, not mere 5.
89 Family Members of W and his wife were
massdestructed by evil Hitlerites. Offcuz he
and his wife survived. (the rest changed their names
and applied for kraut-reparations, i guess..)
http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/0 ... 14,00.html
I like that spiegel piece, bcuz it talks about critics,
who call W an incompetent egomaniac who spreads
false news and not a shread of info in his book
"mengele at kythnos" was true (hehe)...
In a letter published in a January issue of The Stars and Stripes, a newspaper for US military service personnel, Simon Wiesenthal re-confirmed, in passing, that "there were no extermination camps on German soil" during the Second World War. He made the identical statement in a letter published in the April 1975 issue of the British periodical Books and Bookmen
Concerned about the way that various Revisionists were quoting his 1975 Books and Bookmen letter, he simply denied ever having written it. In a letter dated May 12, 1986, to Professor John George of Central State University in Edmond, Oklahoma, Wiesenthal wrote: "I have never stated that 'there were no extermination camps on German soil.' This quote is false. I could never have said such a thing."
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