Tony Greenstein’s Blog: The Holocaust Lies of Gilad Atzmon …

Why Atzmon plays fast and loose with Truth, History and Integrity

the section of the book entitled Truth History and Integrity deliberately omits the section of the original article surrounded by a Black border below

Another go of Zionist propaganda. The camp was perceived as an internment facility, attended by the Red Cross … If it were bombed, the internees would die or as a result of the bombing, or due to starvation for the supplies would not arrive. Indeed, would Gilad advise to bomb Guantanamo? This idea of bombing Auschwitz makes sense only if one accepts the vision of industrial extermination factory, and it was formed only well after the war.

In Mein Kampf [174] Hitler wrote that With groans and moan,the Frankfurter Zeitung repeats again and again that these are forgeries. This alone is evidence in favour of their authenticity.

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