The Heretics' Hour: Interview with Warren B. Routledge

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-05-11 02:00

5-11-2015

Carolyn interviews Warren B. Routledge, author of "Holocaust High Priest: Elie Wiesel, Night, the Memory Cult, and the Rise of Revisionism." This blockbuster exposé reveals so many scandalous truths about the man called "the world's most famous survivor" that it should have a warning on the cover: "Beware, your comfort zone may be demolished, leaving you confused and angry." The underlying question running through this interview is: Was Wiesel ever an inmate of either Auschwitz or Buchenwald concentration camps? The answer coming from Routledge's book is no, based on the lack of any normal, unequivocal documentation that others, who made up the groups he was supposedly a part of, have. Also:

  • What role did the Catholic and homosexual Francois Mauriac play in Wiesel's career;
  • Questions about Wiesel's original story in Yiddish, which he turned into his novel Night;
  • Wiesel's ignorance of basic knowledge about Auschwitz-Birkenau, Dr. Mengele, and Buchenwald too ... and his surprising lack of curiosity to find out;
  • Why many American Jews dislike and distrust Wiesel;
  • Why so many revisionists are wary to charge Wiesel with lying about having a tattoo and falsely claiming to be an eyewitness? 1h50m.

Add new comment