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I noticed this was posted in the Axis History forum/circus, so decided to post it here. And while i'm on the subject of Axis history, i notice that just today as well a thread attempting to discuss Red Army warcrimes was closed.
Open debate is dissallowed at that forum, i find it utterly shocking. Leave your opinions at the door, eh...?
Anyway, i'm sure a few people here will find the above link interesting if they were not already aware of it...
The blog comes from, "able and formidable AHF members Nick Terry, Sergey Romanov and former member Andrew Mathis"... says the quote.
But the problem with that is, anyone and his cat can claim to be "formidable", if they do not even have an opponent, let alone let him speak.
Jordan wrote:Open debate is dissallowed at that forum, i find it utterly shocking. Leave your opinions at the door, eh...?
When I want some comic relief I go to Lipstadt's site. Try this odd piece of "debate", for instance:
http://lipstadt.blogspot.com/2006/03/no ... on-me.html ':shock:'
The CODOH Revisionist Forum has given Mathis plenty of rope to hang himself and his 'holocau$t' lies. Take note that Andrew Mathis is the same tinfoil hat nutjob who specializes in threatening Revisionists.
Also remember, Mathis is the premiere spokesman for the so called 'Holocau$t' History Project, talk about desperate. Read these and see just what a fool Mathis is.
'Holo. Hist. Proj.'s Andrew Mathis humidity/gassing canard'
'holocaust' denial article by Andrew Mathis debunked here'
'Prof. Mc Nally dissects HHP's Andrew Mathis' bogus article'
'Holo. Hist. Proj.'s Andrew Mathis on Zyklon scent removal'
'Green, Mathis refuted / cyanide: lice, humans, & more'
'Believer org. spokesman, Andrew Mathis, demolished in debate'
'Holo. Hist. Proj.'s Andrew Mathis attempts damage control'
'Email from Andrew Mathis (The Holocaust History Project)'
'holocaust' History Project to unveil section on Treblinka'
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