Yesterday I wrote about revisionist Carlos Whitlock Porter and mentioned his book, Made in Russia – The Holocaust. To explain what this book is about here is a snippet from a review: “Porter’s tactic is audacious and provocative: he gives Allied prosecutors and their witnesses the floor and lets them strut their stuff for a good seventy-seven pages before deigning to answer their charges at any length. The catch is that most of the charges are so bizarre that Exterminationists have long since quietly let them lapse. Porter will have none of this, however: a stern Ghost of Holohoaxery Past, he puts the Nuremberg trials on trial by forcing the reader to confront the sort of tripe with which American, Soviet, British, and American prosecutors burdened the Germans and their leaders.”
So Porter’s book lets the International Military Tribunal (IMT) at Nuremberg discredit itself simply by presenting the evidence that was admitted to the trial. Many people believe that the Holocaust was ‘proven’ at the IMT, but this is simply not the case. Consider this statement from the Honorable Edward Leroy Van Roden (1892-1973):
The IMT is prime example of a unlawful and immoral court that Roden describes. In Mark Weber’s article, The Nuremberg Trials and the Holocaust, he succinctly puts it: “The Nuremberg enterprise violated ancient and fundamental principles of justice. The victorious Allies acted as prosecutor, judge and executioner of the German leaders. The charges were created especially for the occasion, and were applied only to the vanquished.” In short the IMT was nothing but a show trial.
Today I will share some select passages from Porter’s book which will further illustrate the illegitimacy of the IMT.
First up we have a fellow named Morgen who claimed that bodies were burned in the open air without the use of fuel. Apparently a Kriminalkommissar named Wirth came up with this special procedure which defied the laws of nature. Notice how Herr Peleckmann doesn’t ask Morgen how this ‘devilish system’ worked, rather he only asked if Morgen had asked Wirth how it worked. I have read the rest of this exchange and Morgen never actually describes how this magical system works. (I had a difficult time finding the complete Nuremberg trial transcripts online. I finally found a Kindle version on Amazon for $0.99. If you are in doubt of any of these transcripts I suggest you get it and see for yourself.)
Here we are met with various tales of alleged German atrocities such a chopping a boy in half on a bet. Even more unbelievable than that is the claim that the Nazis enlisted a special orchestra to write up a ‘tango of death’ in order that they may execute their tortures and ill-treatments to music.
The following is a picture of the so-called death orchestra. This video demonstrates that there were normal, not death, orchestras at the camps.
Lastly while discussing the topic of chemical warfare Mr. Justice Jackson asks defendant Albert Speer if he is aware of an experiment where 20,000 Jews were put in a small mock-village and instantly eradicated with atomic energy, leaving no trace. Jackson even felt the need to make a jab at the German people in the process. Speer denied that the Germans had any such weapon.
Who was Albert Speer? He was the Minister of Armaments and War Production and a close ally of Hitler. Despite this he only served 20 years in prison and was able to lead a normal life after he got out. Why was Speer able to avoid a death sentence or life in prison? Click here to find out!