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My brother and I always disagreed on whether HH committed suicide or not. I pointed out to him Butz's aparent belief that HH did NOT commit suicide. And the reason for silencing HH was because he could not nor would not be able to place the blame on the Big H on a superior, like many of the other Germans did. (You know the strategy, agree there was a Big H, but deny personal responsibility.) Nor could he claim ignorance. Of course, what Himmer could do was give a more realistic version of what happened, something the Hoax Liars would have wanted to avoid at all costs.
Naturaly, there may have been other reasons for killing Himmler, as Irving points out, but, with Himmler dead, it was easier to push the Big H Lie.
Allowing him to refute the alleged 'gas chambers', the '6,000,000', the 'codewords', and all the other absurd nonsense, could not be permitted. His murder speaks volumes about the lack of credibilty of the allegations against him.
I might also mention the fact that his personal diary is curiously 'missing'.
It seems absurd that the Soviet Union (read Russia) needed to keep an old Nazi in solitary confintment for so long and then murder him.
Himmler's and Hess' destinies seem to be intertwined to my eyes.
Metaphysics aside, there must be a historical link there.
Add that to the 'gas chamber' & '6,000,000' nonsense that Himmler would have blown away in a heartbeat, and you have Germans that all the sudden appear not so evil.
Revisionists and anyone with a tendency towards truth and logic should run with this. It's a great example of how the court historians have failed us and have corrupted themselves by accepting the propaganda thrown them by those with a vested interest in maintaining the lies.
Let the judeo-supremacist Lipstadts whine all they like, Irving has just put himself back on the map.
Revisionism, it's time has come.
Irving (same article)
Quite so: Britain's secret agents had secretly and criminally liquidated one of the most wanted men in history, for whose proper public trial and punishment the blood of millions of his victims cried out: and for no other visible reason than to conceal that for a few days toward the end of the war, Churchill had negotiated with him on peace terms.
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Why is there no mention of this on BBC website or on CNN website?
And for such big news, why does Irving have the story of the auctioning of paintings on his website above the Himmler article?
And why is there no mention of who found the documents. What bundle they are part of. Why no declassification stamp? In fact why would they even be declassified?
By the way, the mention of the PWE committee. Psychological warfare?
The general assumption there is, that Himmler was aware of German attempts to finish the war at an earlier date and thus saving millions of lifes.
The goal of the USA and England was the total destruction of Germany and to blame the Germans afterwards for being solely responsible for the war.
The documents are supported by other facts which Irving mentions AND supported by blockbuster information that is to be read/seen in Joseph Bellinger's soon to be released book on Himmler; note that Bellinger is mentioned in Irving's comments.
Yep, you read it here first. Bellinger's book will be published any day now in Germany first .... that's obviously before Irving's work, which is in progress. I can tell you that it is an incredible piece of work. There are good reasons why Irving was so impressed with Bellinger when Bellinger spoke at Irving's 1999 Cincinnati Real History Conference.
I will say more about this in a separate thread. Stay tuned
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