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1.  Zionism Is Nobody's Friend
2.  Grand Rabbi Joel Teitelbaum Condemns Zionists For Role In Holocaust
3.  Zionists Were Spiritually And Physically Responsible For The Holocaust
By Rabbi Gedalya Liebermann
4.  How The Zionists Created The Holocaust - 10 Questions For The Zionists
By Rabbi Michael Dov Weismandl
5.  The Hidden History Of Zionism
6.  Watch For Yourself The Difference Between Jews And Zionists - Vid
7.  Ilya Ehrenberg - The Man Who Invented The 'Six Million'
8.  Other Holocausts - The Other Side Of 'Holocaust Denial'
9.  The Black Book Of Communism - 100 Million Killed
10.  51 Documents - Zionist Collaboration With The Nazis
11.  Ten Questions To The Zionists By Rabbi Michael Weissmandl
12.  Red Cross Finds No Evidence Of WWII Jewish Holocaust
13.  US, UK Slaughter 500,000 German Civilians At Dresden In 3 Days
14.  Zionism And Judaism - Comparing Apples To Rocks
16.  Auschwitz Museum Director Reveals 'Gas Chamber' Hoax
17.  Treblinka 'Death Camp' Examined By Scientists -
No Traces Of Extermination Found - Vid
18.  Zionism And Israeli Propaganda - Important Quotations
19.  How Jewish Supremicists Wrecked America
20.  The Power Of The Rothschilds
21.  How Jewish Supremacists Wrecked America
22.  Extremely Important Questions About The 'Holocaust'
23.  The Bloodlines Of WWII Leaders
24.  One Million German Soldiers Killed By The U.S. AFTER The War Ended
25.  Mass Slaughter Of 7-8 Million German Civilians AFTER The War Ended, 1945-1950
26.  Hideous Allied War Crimes During And After WWII
27.  Mass Slaughter Of Germans AFTER The War Ended
28.  The Destruction Of Ethnic Germans And German Prisoners Of War
In Yugoslavia, 1945-53
29.  Argument Boils Over True Number Of Auschwitz Dead
30.  The Truth About The Talmud?
Here are a number of videos...
The Persecution Of Revisionists Over The Holocaust
Unveiled - Why Do Some People Try to Censor, Terrorize and Suppress Revisionists?
Journalist David Cole Tours Auschwitz
Judea Declares War on Germany: A Critical Look at World War II
One Third of the Holocaust
Treblinka Was Not An Extermination Camp
A Jew Defends Hitler
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
More Controversial Articles
Auschwitz - Myth and Facts
Unlike Bush, Hitler's War on Terror Fought Real Enemies
Remarkable Nonsense About the Holocaust
Interview With Professor Robert Faurisson
The Facts About the Origin of the Concentration Camps and Their Administration
Exploring the Occult Origins of Crucial Holocaust Dogma
The Auschwitz 'Gas Chamber' Illusion by Nicholas Kollerstrom, PhD
Online Books:
Lectures On The Holocaust
By Germar Rudolf 
Bishop Fined For Questioning The Holocaust
What Actually Happened To Europe's Jews
Before the war, the Nazis encouraged emigration of German Jewry. Laws were instituted and governmental pressures were brought to bear to make life more difficult for Jews in many professions which Jews came to dominate in the Weimar Republic. The 'Ha'avara' or transfer agreement was reached with Zionist leaders to facilitate the emigration of German Jews to Palestine. Emigrating Jews very often were forced to abandon much of their wealth when they left Germany. After the defeat of France, a plan was discussed by the Nazis to remove the Jews from Europe to the French colony on Madagascar. This plan was soon dropped in favor of a resettlement plan which transferred Jews into ghettos and work camps inside Soviet territory following the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941. This was to be the first stage toward the ultimate creation of a Jewish homeland after the war.
As the Germans invaded and the Russians retreated, large shifts in population occurred in eastern Europe. This shift went from west to east. Tens of millions of people were involved. Many were forcibly deported into the Russian interior. Others willingly accompanied the Communists as the Red Army retreated eastward. General Gehlen estimated in his memoirs that a third of the population in the areas the German army was to occupy was evacuated eastward ahead of the German invasion.
Since Jews were viewed by many eastern Europeans as willing accomplices of the Communists who had occupied the area in the years and months preceding the German assault, pogroms occurred after the retreat of the Red Army and prior to arrival of the German army. Many of these assaults on local Jews were in reaction to the murdering of political prisoners by the Soviet police as they prepared to retreat. These events left areas of eastern Europe, now occupied by the German Wehrmacht and under Nazi administration depopulated. The Nazis took the situation as an opportunity to remove Jews eastward into the areas abandoned during the Soviet retreat. Jews were assembled at train terminals and deported to ghettos and concentration camps established for them in the east. Some Jews were not deported, however, due to the fact their work was considered too important to the German war effort.
A result of the tremendous movement of people is many families and communities were scattered and people lost contact with one another. Many of these contacts were not reestablished after the war due to a multitude of reasons the greatest of which were the splitting of Europe in two after the war and the establishment of the state of Israel. Guerrilla groups were formed to fight the Nazi occupation. A campaign of sabotage and assassination by these groups was countered by repression on the part of the occupiers in the form of the Einsatz groups. The Einsatzgruppe fought the partisans in ways which included reprisal shooting of civilians. Jews were believed to make up the majority of partisans. They were also the people targeted for reprisals. These reprisals took several forms which included the shooting of hostages or their deportation to ghettos and concentration camps.
During the summer of 1942 a major typhus epidemic swept the Nazi concentration camp system. The most severely affected camp was Auschwitz camp in Poland. The epidemic continued for many months. Crematories were built in some of the concentration camps as part of hygienic measures established to fight the epidemics. The fumigant Zyklon B was used to exterminate the typhus-bearing body louse which spread the disease. The total number of Jews and others who died in the camps is not known, but the total is probably in the hundreds of thousands. As the Germans suffered military reversals in 1944 and 1945, the Nazis took many who were in labor camps with them as they retreated westward. Others were left behind. As this happened, tens of millions of people were again uprooted as civilians abandoned almost everything in an effort to escape the approaching Red Army. The migration in 1941-42 was eastward. In 1944-45 it was westward.
In the beginning, Europe's Jewish communities were concentrated in eastern Europe. By the end of the war, Europe's Jews were still in eastern Europe, but the communities were shattered. Tens of millions of people, particularly Germans and Jews were left homeless by the war. As a result, millions of Jews emigrated. Many settled in Palestine. Many more moved to North America. Others settled in Australia, South America, and South Africa. The war was a boon for the Zionist movement.
The Holocaust become the founding myth of modern day Israel. As such it became an excuse for behavior of the Israelis which would have been inexcusable. It also became the excuse for billions of dollars in aid and 'reparations' being sent to Israel from Germany and the United States even though Israel did not exist during the war and its citizens were not subject to Nazi repression. Much of the aid the new Zionist state was to receive was for the purpose of resettling European refugees who did not want to go there, but had little alternative at the time.
The Concentration Camp Photographs
Do the photographs taken at the Nazi concentration camps at the end of the war prove the Nazis were exterminating people?
No. How often have we heard the phrase "bodies stacked like cordwood"? Certainly, the photos of the sickening conditions in some of the Nazi concentration camps in the spring of 1945 were not faked, but they were taken out of context. Many concentration camp prisoners survived the war in very good physical condition. Others died for a variety of reasons.
As World War Two approached its conclusion in Europe, Germany was a chaotic mess. The Allies controlled the sky all over Germany. One of the missions of the Allied pilots was to disrupt German communications as much as possible. This meant they shot at just about anything that moved. Trains with supplies bound to concentration camps were attacked just like any other train. Rail lines, roads, bridges, and airstrips were bombed and destroyed to prevent the supply and movement of the German army.
As Germany collapsed upon itself, it suffered from many shortages. This included medicine, food and fuel. Not being the highest priority, concentration camps were affected as well. Some camps had not received supplies for days before the British or American troops arrived. Add to this the Germans retreat. Prisoners were evacuated from labor camps near the fronts and moved to other camps. As a result, the remaining camps became extremely overcrowded. Combine the overcrowding with the lack of food and medicine. Conditions became perfect for the outbreak of epidemics. This is what happened.
Bergen Belsen which had been designed by the SS as a sick camp in the waning days of the war became the destination of many prisoners who were already sick from other camps. A typhus epidemic was raging there when the British captured the camp where an uncounted number-usually estimated to be between 10,000 and 30,000- of prisoners died primarily from disease. Similar circumstances contributed to the awful conditions discovered at Dachau, Buchenwald, and several other concentration camps. Germany's enemies used the scenes of dead and dying prisoners as documentary evidence of German malevolence.
While the pictures are authentic, the films of bodies being bulldozed into trench graves do not tell the whole story. 
There was a war going on. It is in this context that these pictures need to be viewed. There are several reasons the Germans didn't simply release those in the camps. Many of the inmates were common criminals. Many were politically anti-German or anti-Nazi. Those infected with disease posed the threat of spreading the epidemics into the countryside if allowed to roam Germany. The healthy prisoners had nowhere to go. There was a war raging all around. Their homes were on the other side of the battle lines. Additionally, the likelihood that freed prisoners would form criminal gangs was too high for them to be released. Many were imprisoned because they were considered risks to security to begin with. Releasing them to roam the countryside was out of the question.
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