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Mel Gibson defends his Revisionist father

Postby Goethe » 1 decade 6 years ago (Wed Feb 04, 2004 1:09 pm)

This is interesting considering Gibson's new movie on the life of Christ which is causing wacko Zionists so much grief. Gibson appears to be a man that doesn't like being coerced, and that represents danger to Holocaust Big Business. I'm not sure his tatoo reference makes any sense in regards to gas chambers and 6,000,000 (he frankly seems to be deflecting the question), but he is effective in this excerpt:
"Yes, of course. Atrocities happen. War is horrible. World War Two killed tens of millions of people. Some of them were Jews in concentration camps. In the Ukraine, several million starved to death between 1932 and 1933."

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http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_862322.html
Gibson defends father over Holocaust

Mel Gibson has defended his father over claims he is a Holocaust denier.

Hutton Gibson has publicly doubted that six million Jews died during the Second World War.

In an interview with Reader's Digest, Braveheart star Mel said he would not hear any criticism of his father.

"My dad taught me my faith and I believe what he taught me. The man never lied to me in his life," he said, when asked about Hutton's controversial comments.

"He lost his mother at two years of age. He lost his father at 15. He went through the Depression. He signed up for World War Two, served his country fighting the forces of fascism. Came back, worked very hard physically, raised a family, put a roof over my head, clothed me, fed me, taught me my faith, loved me.

"I love him back. So I'll slug it out, until my heart is black and blue, if anyone ever tries to hurt him."

Asked directly if he believed the Holocaust happened, Gibson replied: "I have friends and parents of friends who have numbers on their arms. The guy who taught me Spanish was a Holocaust survivor.

"Yes, of course. Atrocities happen. War is horrible. World War Two killed tens of millions of people. Some of them were Jews in concentration camps. In the Ukraine, several million starved to death between 1932 and 1933."

In an interview with The New York Times, Hutton Gibson told a reporter he doubted the scale of the Holocaust.

"Go and ask an undertaker or the guy who operates the crematorium what it takes to get rid of a dead body," he said. "It takes one litre of petrol and 20 minutes. Now, six million?"

Both father and son are devout followers of the "traditionalist Catholic" faith.

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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 6 years ago (Wed Feb 04, 2004 7:19 pm)

Mr. Foxman also protested Mr. Gibson's remark on the Holocaust. "At the very least it was ignorant, at the very most its insensitive. And you know what? He doesn't get that either. He doesn't begin to understand the difference between dying in a famine and people being cremated solely for what they are."


Fraudster Foxman (The Holo survivor !!) forgets to mention it was an 'artificially' created famine, known as collectivisation. And he also forgets to mention, of what stock the many who orchestrated it were.

Why does Foxman say 'cremated' rather than gassed ?


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