Fredrick Töben reflects on the Hunt for Revisionists
Adelaide, 11 November 2005 -- 10 November in USA
This morning, USA time Thursday evening – Prof Arthur Butz’s birthday -- I was informed that Germar Rudolf’s final attempt of resisting his deportation from the USA to Germany had failed when Supreme Court Justice Kennedy rejected leave to appeal. This means that the US Supreme Court has condoned the application of lies and the flouting of legal procedures as a means to achieve an aim – to remove an individual from the US who threatens Jewish-Zionist power structures by refusing to believe in the Holocaust.
On Monday, 14 November 2005, Germar will be flown to Germany, possibly to Stuttgart where over a decade ago, the German court case originated the absurd charges against Germar of ‘denying the Holocaust and defaming the memory of the dead’. Sentenced in absentia, Germar will upon arrival immediately be imprisoned, with possible further charges to be canvassed so as to maximize his current sentence, beyond the obligatory five years’ maximum.
Michael said to me, ‘Germar is such a prick, but he’s our prick and he has really turned out some dazzling work’. After hearing about Germar’s fate, Richard sees Germar’s extradition as a tragedy for Revisionism, and he asks what we can do to help. My response is that we must proudly proclaim – in public – that we refuse to believe in the Holocaust, and see whether this will lead to because we are thereby also fighting anew that old free speech battle. Further, we don’t want to believe, we want to know, and this means we must investigate the material evidence that is available to us. What will help us to clarify things is the massive effort Germar put into his Holocaust Handbooks series as a resource.