International Military Tribunal. It sounds serious. Sounds official. Legitimate.
Unfortunately, the memory of the International Military Tribunal (IMT) in Nuremberg is fading from the public’s memory. We cannot allow that to happen.
The IMT was important because it proved the Holocaust happened. Just look at this article from the IMT constitution:
Article 21. The Tribunal shall not require proof of facts of common knowledge but shall take judicial notice thereof. It shall also take judicial notice of official governmental documents and reports of the United Nations, including the acts and documents of the committees set up in the various Allied countries for the investigation of war crimes, and the records and findings of military or other Tribunals of any of the United Nations.
Oh wait, that says that it was already assumed that all the Allied reports about genocide and evildoings were true.
Well, at least they had the highest of standards when it came to permitting evidence.
Article 19. The Tribunal shall not be bound by technical rules of evidence. It shall adopt and apply to the greatest possible extent expeditious and non-technical procedure, and shall admit any evidence which it deems to have probative value.
Oh. Well, I’m sure that a court consisting of war victors trying their vanquished foes would never take advantage of the powers they gave themselves to accept any evidence that conformed to their narrative despite its dubious origins.
I’m sure that if someone were to search for random keywords in the IMT transcripts, they wouldn’t find anything absurd or ridiculous. There’s no way the IMT was a show trial created for the purpose of demonizing the Nazis! (If you’d like to play your own game of IMT treasure hunting, you can download the transcripts onto Kindle for only 99 cents.)
It’s totally reasonable to believe that the evil Germans that were killing Jews willy-nilly would have, in the middle of a two-front war, killed Jews just to put their brains into jars to study them. You can never have too many brains to study.
It totally makes sense that evil Nazis would set up the Jews, who were laborers for their war effort, to get debilitating diseases. Evil Nazis wouldn’t care about the consequences of spreading diseases throughout the camps, and into the towns where civilians could get it, as long as Jews were needlessly suffering.
Sure, no one ever found any human skin clothing items and accessories. No collections of human skeletons with good teeth were ever found either. However, if you’ll recall a table of atrocities of items “discovered” in Buchenwald was put together by American forces. The tattooed skin was actually from humans! Although there were no tests done to try and figure out the origin and ethnicity of this human skin, and there is really no way to know if this stuff wasn’t just planted by the OSS, we should still take take these claims as true and allow them to influence how we view Nazis.
Ok now, looking up “soap” isn’t fair. Official Holocaust authorities have already admitted that human fat soap is a “mere rumor”. Just because the IMT repeated unsubstantiated rumors doesn’t mean it isn’t a completely legitimate trial!
I’m not even going to talk about the electric current thing because it’s so obviously true. There’s no way that claim isn’t 100% true and real. And I suppose you want me to point how out it was admitted that at least some of the defendants at the Nuremberg trial had testicular injuries inflicted upon them (see image below, which is actually from a Holocaust fabulist site). A little bit of torture shouldn’t invalidate an otherwise legitimate military tribunal.
I mean, just look at that. Judges in robes, guys in white helmets. There’s no way anything nefarious is going on here.
Now that we’ve had our fun, it is time to step back and think about how all these, plus countless more, outlandish claims were seriously leveled against the Nazis in a trial that was conducted by their wartime enemies and with no neutral party present. Think about how the Nazis had no chance to defend themselves, because it was already decided the Holocaust narrative was true. Think about the men that were hanged or imprisoned because of the findings of this illegitimate trial. We’re told that it’s immoral to question the Holocaust because of the alleged 6 million dead Jews. Yet we’re not supposed to think about the real people that were on the receiving end of this accusation. What is actually immoral was to not give the Germans a real chance to defend themselves and then closing the door to any discussion about their innocence.