Paul Grubach's challenge in a nutshell:
As a Holocaust revisionist of many years, I hereby challenge any credible intellectual who believes that homicidal gas chambers existed--or believes they may have existed--in Nazi concentration camps to a debate in the pages of Germar Rudolf's The Revisionist.
As an incredible intellectual, we find ourself disqualified from taking Mr. Grubach up on his challenge. However, we may have identified a suitable candidate in the person of Mr. Mark Weber. :
Faurisson Letter Alleges IHR Resignation
Faurisson Says Weber Not Hard Core Enough
12/18/2003 4:40:03 PM
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Commentary -- [Bill: I have seen a lot of phony correspondance alleged to have been sent between revisionists lately, thus until I see a confirmation of this, this is just something I received.
Also, in the continuing RevPatrick / my ex-girlfriend circus: Note to prominent white nationalists with distinctively squeaky voices: Men with distinctively squeaky voices should not make threatening phone calls.]
Robert Faurisson to Mark Weber, editor of the Journal of Historical Review,
December 17, 2003
On December 10, I sent you a message in which, inter alia, I wrote: "Tell me whether or not you say, as I myself have so clearly stated for so many years, that the alleged Nazi gas chambers and the alleged Nazi gas vans never existed." You soon replied to all the other parts of my message but not to that one.
I had to repeat my question three or four times over three or four days before getting your answer, which is now: "I do not like to say that 'the Nazi gas chambers never existed', in part because I do not regard myself as any kind of specialist of 'gas chambers', and in part because I avoid making such categorical statements (on any subject)".
This brings us back to your April 1993 position when, at a dinner in Washington, I asked our guests to say YES, NO or I DO NOT KNOW to the sentence: "The Nazi gas chambers existed". Your own answer was "MAYBE". The next day or so I told you how ashamed I had felt of you with that answer. You told me you had been wrong and that you would never give such an answer again. But look: ten years later, you are doing it again.
People who accuse Adolf Hitler and Germany of having conceived, invented and used such Weapons of Mass Destruction as "the gas chambers or gas vans" have been unable, in more than half a century, to substantiate their formidable accusation; finally, those WMDs were never to be found, never to be seen, never to be shown or even drawn. But you, Mark Weber, a supposed revisionist, you keep on saying that you "do not like to say" that the abominable accusation is so obviously false!
Mark Weber has had a friend and collaborator, Robert Faurisson, who, already in the very first issue (Volume 1, Number 1) (Spring 1980) of the Journal of Historical Review, published a short essay on "The Mechanics of Gassings" and, in Volume 2, Number 4 (Winter 1981), published another short piece entitled: "The Gas Chambers of Auschwitz Appear to be Physically Inconceivable". In more than twenty years, the Liars and Defamers of Germany have been unable to refute either of those essays, particularly the latter, which, in the words of Barbara Kulaszka, as early as 1981 put forth so clearly and briefly all of the subsequent revisionist argumentation on the alleged Nazi gas chambers.
Recently, Mark, you have stated on an American radio talk show: "I do not deny the Holocaust happened but..." I immediately told you how deadly wrong it was to make such a concession to The Big Lie and Defamation. And you agreed, promising you would not do it again. The trouble is that I no longer trust your promises in such matters. I could cite you another recent example of a possible disquieting concession on your part but will refrain from doing so.
In any case, if the Editor of the Journal of Historical Review "does not like to say" that the abominable accusation against Germany is clearly a lie, a calumny, a slander, an act of defamation, I am ill at ease being on his Editorial Advisory Committee. So, Mark, please take my name off your Committee roster. I am afraid some of your personal enemies among the revisionists will take the opportunity of this letter to criticize you even more. I warn those people that they may do so on the sole condition that they have, for their part, already clearly stated that the alleged Nazi gas chambers or gas vans never existed not only in such or such camp or place but nowhere else either.