The following letter appeared in the Phoenix New Times of July 20, 2000. The PNT is a weekly newspaper distributed free throughout the Phoenix, Arizona metro area.
In a letter (July 6), references were made to the "Jewish Holocaust." The letter opines that it was caused by "evil in the hearts of evil people who twisted reason with Hitler's 'big lies.'":
The "big lie" in this instance is that the so-called "Holocaust" ever took place at all.
If by "Holocaust" one means the alleged systematic attempt by the Germans to annihilate the Jews of Europe, principally by means of lethal gas chambers, the fact is that there is not a shred of credible evidence to support such a claim.
There is no verifiable physical evidence to prove the existence of even one "gas chamber" in any of the concentration camps operated by the Germans in World War II. There is no medical postmortem evidence that even one person, much less millions, was "gassed" in any of those camps.Each of the camps had small delousing facilities that were used for fumigating clothing, bedding, and other materials that might possibly harbor deadly typhus bearing lice. Typhus was the big killer in all of the camps and Zyklon-B was the insecticide used in the effort to control it. No serious claim is made that the delousing facilities were used to "gas" prisoners. Wartime conditions, with critical shortages of food, medical supplies, and sanitation materials (Including Zyklon-B), had resulted in catastrophic spread of typhus and other deadly diseases.
It was typhus that ended the life of Anne Frank at the Bergen-Belsen camp. Anne had previously been interned at Auschwitz and, when the advancing Soviet forces were approaching that camp, she was, along with many others, relocated to Bergen-Belsen. Had Auschwitz been an "extermination camp", it hardly needs to be said that Anne would not have survived her experience there.
Typhus was out of control at Bergen-Belsen then and when it was taken over by the British soon after.
Promoters of the "Holocaust" legend have been forced to acknowledge that the number of victims at Auschwitz was much less than had been previously claimed. Stone or concrete tablets at the site had proclaimed some four million victims. The tablets have since been scraped clean and the present number is now maintained to be around one million. Interestingly, that concession has not at all affected the total number of six million which seems to be ensconced as some kind of religious dogma.George Orwell once wrote, "At any given moment there is an orthodoxy, a body of ideas which it is assumed all right-thinking people will accept without question. It is not exactly forbidden to say this or that or the other, but it is 'not done.' ...Any one who challenges the prevailing orthodoxy finds himself silenced with surprising effectiveness. A genuinely unfashionable opinion is almost never given a fair hearing, either in the popular press or in the highbrow periodicals."
I'm hoping that the Phoenix New Times is an exception to the rule.