Ursula Haverbeck denied Auschwitz was a death camp and said the holocaust was “the biggest lie in history.” Only 500,000 Jews, not six million died in Nazi camps, and these mostly from disease. Continue reading Ursula Haverbeck
Germany is considering issuing an arrest warrant for Bishop Richard Williamson over his controversial claim that no Jews died in the gas chambers during the Second World War.
The 69-year-old British-born bishop made the comments during an interview with Swedish television last year at a seminary for the ultra-orthodox Society of Saint Pius X in the Bavarian village of Zaitzkoven, near Munich.
Under German law denial of the Holocaust is illegal and an investigation was launched by prosecutors after the interview was broadcast last month.
Accused, tried and convicted in Germany. Career and doctorate dissertation ruined. Driven into exile.
Background and contribution:
This brilliant, German-trained chemist re-examined Auschwitz, Birkenau and other installations and buildings, testing rocks, soil and other physical samples for traces of Zyklon B. Following the pioneering work of Fred Leuchter, he put the final nail into the coffin of the Auschwitz story. Even though he did scientific work and was utterly apolitical, Rudolf’s home and office were raided, computers seized etc. He was charged and tried in Germany for not believing in the standard Auschwitz story. As a scientist, he found the “gassing” claims to be scientifically untenable and, therefore, absurd. A modern day Galileo, Rudolf was found guilty and convicted because he refused to renounce scientific facts and his own scientific tests and findings. He was facing jail when he went into exile with his young wife and two babies. He now edits and publishes devastating refutations of the Allied Propaganda claims in a German-language journal. The Holocaust Enforcers are dogging his steps, and he faces endless hassles and trials, should the “German” vassal authorities ever get a hold of him. ZÃ¼ndel expert witness in chemistry in the Munich trial in 1991 – disallowed by the judge at the request of the prosecution.
In 1984, Ernst Zundel was charged for “spreading false news” by a wealthy Holocaust survivor, Sabina Citron, on the basis of two documents: “The West, War, and Islam” and “Did Six Million Really Die?” At the conclusion of a dramatic seven-week, head-line making trial, he was pronounced innocent of having “spread false news” with his 4-page pamphlet, “The West, War, and Islam” but was pronounced guilty for having published – not written! – “Did Six Million Really Die?”
The rest is history.
Ever since, as all the world now knows, the Zundel name became synonymous with “Holocaust Denier.”
The first pamphlet was conveniently forgotten. The booklet, “Did Six Million Really Die?” became the Zundel Mark of Cain.
Canadian authorities quietly shipped Ernst Zundel to Mannheim, Germany under cloak of night. Once his flight landed, Zundel was placed under arrest and taken into custody to stand trial for hate crime charges that were filed on behalf of the German people in 2003.