The Heretics' Hour: Defining the "Holocaust" and Denying German Guilt
July 30, 2012
Jett Rucker of the Committee on Open Debate on the Holocaust (CODOH) is Carolyn’s guest for a discussion of whether our traditional Holocaust Revisionism is too tame for the increasingly dangerous times in which we live.
To unquestioningly accept the innocence of the Jews in their loss of civil rights in Germany, and in their deportation and eventual internment in concentration camps seems naive. To accept that the National Socialist government of Germany committed “crimes” against people that other nations did not and do not commit is short-sighted. Accepting the use of the word “Holocaust” to describe what was not anything of the sort is also foolish. The image shows what many people believe based on irresponsible Jewish propaganda. Should we refuse to use the word? These and more ideas are discussed and answered, including a confirmation that under a half-million Jews died in all German concentration camps from all causes.