ISSN 1440-9828
                                                                                                                   No 277

Moral turpitude!

Is there is something foul in the state of the US of A, and also elsewhere in the world?


Think on these things

Ernst Zündel, Siegfried Verbeke, Germar Rudolf, David Irving – all were extradited to Germany, the latter arrested in Austria. Coincidence? In all cases banal reasons were given to justify why these individuals were arrested and extradited to Germany. Essentially there is only one reason: all four threaten the foundation on which the Federal Republic of Germany rests, and from which derives the western – masonic – value system as shared by western democracies. It is Germany’s collective guilt: 1. FRG’s acceptance of the accusation the German Reich was solely responsible for the outbreak of WWII and, 2. accepting the proposition that Germans systematically killed 6 million Jews in homicidal gas chambers.

 It is a fact that the arrest of these persons has somewhat paralyzed international Revisionism. Whether its backbone is broken will soon become evident, and I anticipate the worst for Revisionism – and hope I am proven wrong.. It appears to me that the world enemy knows exactly what time it is, and therefore has begun to prepare itself for the establishment of the One World Order.

All four above-named individuals – there may soon be more – will most likely disappear from public view for a number of years. I don’t know if they will survive prison. They should be thankful if they are not extradited to Israel.

Those of us who are still alive, i.e. who have not ceased working as Revisionists must now consider revising their strategy. Naturally we don’t fear prison or death, but if we are all imprisoned or killed, who will continue our work? I can hear the interjection: “Who gives a f… for our work, anyway?” True, what do a few thousand books achieve, or articles in periodicals with a mini-print-run, that are read mostly by our own people? I will continue the work alone for philosophical reasons. I don’t know which road I shall travel on, but is it not now wise in future to develop our subversive or at least conspiratorial – and focus not only on academic work but also on other actions? – from KGNT.




Robert Faurisson Jürgen Graf and on the latest dramatic revision of deaths number for Majdanek

How can anyone now speak of the ‘obviousness’ of the ‘Holocaust’?


Dramatische Revision der Opferzahl von Majdanek

Jürgen Graf, 1 January 2006

 In der polnischen Tageszeitung Gazeta Wyborcza vom 23. Dezember 2005 wird auf einen Artikel in der letzten Nummer der Zeitschrift Zeszyty Majdanka [Hefte von Majdanek], der offiziellen Publikation des Staatlichen Majdanek-Museums, hingewiesen, in dem Tomasz Kranz, Leiter der Wissenschaftlichen Abteilung des Museums, die Opferzahl des Lagers einer dramatischen Revision unterzieht.

In Majdanek, schreibt er, seien ca. 78.000 Menschen umgekommen, davon 59.000 Juden und 19.000 Angehörige anderer Nationalitäten, vor allem Polen und Weissrussen. Diese Schätzung liege um das Mehrfache unter der bisher gültigen, hob Gazeta Wyborcza hervor.

Den Hinweis auf diesen Beitrag verdanke ich dem französischen Revisionisten Serge Thion. Ich werde mir die betreffende Nummer der Zeitschrift besorgen, den Artikel (zumindest auszugsweise) übersetzen, kommentieren und Interessenten auf Wunsch zustellen. Mein Beitrag wird vermutlich auch in den Vierteljahresheften für freie Geschichtsforschung erscheinen, sofern diese weitergeführt werden können.

Für Majdanek waren bisher u.a. folgende Opferzahlen genannt worden:

- 1,7 Millionen (Nürnberger Dokument USSR-93; vgl. IMT, Band VII, S. 214);

- 360.000 (Zdzislaw Lukaszkiewicz, „Oboz koncentracijny i zaglady Majdanek“

[Das Konzentrations- und Vernichtungslager Majdanek], in: Biuletyn Glowney Komisji Badania Zbrodni Niemieckich w Polsce [Bulletin der Hauptkommission zur Untersuchung der deutschen Verbrechen in Polen], Nr. 4, 1948);

- 235.000 (Czeslaw Rajca, „Problem liczby ofiar w obozie na Majdanku“ [Das Problem der Anzahl der Opfer im Lager Majdanek], in: Zeszyty Majdanka, XIV, 1992).

In dem gemeinsam mit mir verfassten Buch KL Majdanek. Eine historische und technische Studie - Castle Hill Publishers,Hastings 1998; englische Ausgabe: Concentration Camp Majdanek. A Historical and Technical Study, Theses & Dissertation Press, Chicago 2003 -errechnete Carlo Mattogno anhand der bestehenden Dokumentation eine ungefähre Opferzahl von 42.300.

 Die neuste offizielle Ziffer des Majdanek-Museums liegt somit weit näher bei der revisionistischen als bei der bisher in Polen offiziell geltenden!

Wie kann man angesichts dieser neuen, drastischen Revision seitens der offiziellen Holocaust-Historiker noch von der „Offenkundigkeit“ des Holocaust sprechen?



A Considerable — and Official — Revision of the Number of Dead at Majdanek

Robert FAURISSON, 11 January 2006

“Six million dead or one million dead: what’s the difference?” My answer to this question is: “Five million people, for whom it’s the biggest possible difference, the one between life and death.” It is, in part, upon the indifference to facts and figures that historical lies are built.

In 1945-1946, the Nuremberg tribunal received document USSR-8 as genuine evidence (taking, in accordance with Article 21 of its charter, “judicial notice thereof”); it was a “report” setting the number of Auschwitz’s victims at “more than four million human beings”. That figure was subsequently brought to nine million in the 1955 documentary Nuit et brouillard (“Night and Fog”, historical advisers: Henri Michel and Olga Wormser-Migot), an extraordinarily mendacious film that is shown still today in all French schools. Over the years since then, under the pressure brought to bear by revisionist discoveries, that figure has dropped, in successive stages, to 510,000 (Fritjhof Meyer, “Die Zahl der Opfer von Auschwitz. Neue Erkenntnisse durch neue Archivfunde”, Osteuropa, May 2002, p. 631-641). All the same it may be noted today that tourists on site continue to be taken in with the story of one and a half million dead there, with a score of stones in as many languages having repeated that figure since 1995 (until April 1990, the figure on the plaques — on nineteen stones — was four million).

Similarly, at the Nuremberg trial, document USSR-29, it too “genuine evidence”, the number of victims of the camp at Majdanek (a locale outside Lublin) at “nearly a million and a half human beings”, of whom “an enormous number of Jews” (Constantin Simonov, Maïdanek, Un camp d’extermination, Paris, Éditions sociales, 1945, p. 36, 39; English edition: Konstantin Simonov, The Death Factory near Lublin, London, Daily Worker League, 1944). Still in 2003, the Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia gave that same figure in its article “Majdanek”. However, over time, the estimates had lowered considerably. In 2005, Tomasz Kranz, director of the State Museum at Majdanek’s research section, arrived, for his part, at a total of 78,000 dead.

That is what the authorities at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, in a release in their journal Zeszyty Majdanka, a trifle embarrassed and full of omissions, have now disclosed, according to an article of December 23, 2005 in the important Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza (Lublin), reproduced in English translation at The embarrassment is sure to grow in future, as it becomes necessary to carry out new — and substantial — lowerings of the number of dead at both Auschwitz (510,000) and Majdanek (78,000).

Decidedly, the year 2005 ended quite differently from how it had begun. In January and February, the Shoah tsunami was wreaking its havoc. Since November 10th (the date of Ahmed Rami’s victory in the Swedish parliament), both in France and abroad (Sweden, Iran, Venezuela, the United States, Australia), historical revisionism has been regaining strength. Hence one may expect to see, in general, tougher and tougher repression against revisionist authors.




Iran says it will hold conference on ’scientific aspect’ of the Holocaust. Associated Press,  Boston Herald, January 15, 2006

TEHRAN, Iran - Iran, whose president has denied the Holocaust, said Sunday it would hold a conference to examine the scientific evidence concerning Nazi Germany’s extermination of 6 million Jews.

Hard-line Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has recently provoked global condemnation for saying the Holocaust is a “myth” and calling for Israel to be wiped from the face of the earth. Iran further alarmed Western countries last week by restarting its research at a nuclear facility after a two-year freeze.

“It is a strange world. It is possible to discuss everything except the Holocaust,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi told reporters. “The Foreign Ministry plans to hold a conference on the scientific aspect of the issue to discuss and review its repercussions.” Asefi did not say where or when the conference would be held or who would attend.

Earlier this month, the Association of Muslim Journalists, a hard-line group, proposed holding a similar conference. But Asefi said he was not aware of the association’s wishes. He said the conference he announced was planned and supported by the ministry. On Saturday, Ahmadinejad urged the West to be open-minded enough to allow a free international debate on the real aspects of the Holocaust.

Rep. Tom Lantos, D-Calif., has said he understood Iran was considering a conference to call into question the evidence that the Nazis conducted a mass murder of European Jews during World War Two.


Hub survivor appalled by ‘myth’ charge.

By Jessica Fargen

Boston Herald, January 16, 2006

A local Holocaust survivor reacted with anger and disbelief yesterday at news that the Iranian government plans to hold a conference to examine scientific evidence supporting the Holocaust. The conference proposal announced yesterday is the latest development in hard-line President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s sometimes bizarre and menacing campaign against Israel.

One Boston Holocaust survivor, who lost his family in the genocide, called Ahmadinejad’s announcement incomprehensible. “If they want to know what the scientific evidence is about, let them go to Germany. Let them go into any library. Let them read the books. Let them look at Auschwitz,” said Stephan Ross, who spent five years in a Nazi concentration camp.

Ahmadinejad has called the Nazis’ World War II slaughter of 6 million Jews a “myth” and said Israel should be wiped off the map. The remarks prompted a global outpouring of condemnation. “It is not only insulting,” said Ross, whose son, Michael Ross, is a Boston city councilor. “It is bringing back horrific memories that we never stopped crying. I was a little boy when they ripped away my parents. They gassed them and burned them.”

Iran further raised international concern last week when it resumed what it called “research” at its uranium enrichment facility. The United States, its European allies and Japan believe Tehran is trying to build a nuclear weapon. Iran claims its nuclear program is only for electricity generation.

In calling for penalties against Iran’s “irresponsible” behavior, Republican Sen. Trent Lott yesterday pointed to Tehran’s plans for the Holocaust conference.  “At the minimum, we should go to the U.N. Security Council and we should impose economic sanctions unless there is some dramatic change in the Iranian position,” Lott said on CNN.

Rick Mann, president of the Friends of the New England Holocaust Memorial, called the whole situation frightening.

“The prospect that a country that espouses this type of irrational view could conceivably have within their power nuclear weapons is nothing short of frightening,” Mann said.

Iranian officials have not disclosed where or when the Holocaust conference would be held. Ahmadinejad has urged the West to be open-minded on the subject. Leaders around the world condemned him after he called the Nazi slaughter of Jews during World War II a “myth.” He later said if the Holocaust did happen, then Israel should be moved to Germany or North America.


‘Victors’ justice’ at Nuremberg, too

Published Letter to the Editor

The Witness, February 3, 2006

Gwynne Dyer’s interesting article, “A sham trial for Saddam Hussein” (The Witness, February 1) raises some disturbing issues. It is, of course, a trial put on by a puppet regime and a court with the mentality “we’ll give him a fair trial and then hang him”, as Dyer puts it.  The author compares the “grave and dignified” Nuremberg trial of Germany’s former leaders in 1946 with the present “farce”.  He explains that because “the leading Nazi figures could not have got a fair trial in a German court …it had to be an international court.” The Nuremberg trial was not international but inter-allied: American, Soviet, British and French prosecutors and judges. Article 19 of its Charter states that “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 it shall admit any evidence which it deems to have probative value.” Article 21 says: “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 government documents.”

With such rules of evidence it is hardly surprising that in just 10 months a whole nation could be judged and condemned. One does not need to have the slightest sympathy for National Socialist policies to see that Nuremberg was just as much of a farce, a farce moreover that set the precedent for later trials.

Also farcical is that George Bush and Tony Blair have not been judged and hanged by the very criteria their nations used 60 years ago. The result of war and its corollary of victor’s justice is that truth suffers, it is the first casualty, as the saying goes. I suspect that behind absurd prosecutions for “Holocaust denial” – an ongoing phenomenon in many European countries – there is the inability, or rather undesirability to revise what is deemed “common knowledge”.  In the case of Germany and Austria one cannot gainsay the feeling that such trials are also a quick fix for uneasy consciences. 

In its January 22 issue The Observer reported on the upcoming trial of historian David Irving for something he said in 1989, and now recants. Austria's Verbotsgesetz could send him to prison for up to 20 years!

C. ZAVERDINOS - Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.



A pictorial reflection on the Adelaide Institute Revisionist Symposium 8-10 August 1998

– and more…

In 1998 the first Australian Revisionist Conference was held at Adelaide, and Adelaide Institute gained its world-wide reputation as a REVISIONIST enterprise – thanks to HT who made it all possible. Thanks to Mr Hohammed Hegazi, we also had the UAE Ambassador present, something that disturbed Australia’s Jewish community leaders. Foreign Minister, Alexander Downer was petitioned to explain to them how this could have happened. He refused to be drawn into this matter. So – don’t ask why it happened because it happened!

Fernilee Lodge hosted the Symposium - a few years later the building and its surrounds was demolished.

L to R: Jürgen Graf, Fredrick Töben, Wolfgang David and Vita Brockschmidt, Arthur Butz.

Richard Krege contemplating outside Fernilee Lodge, the conference venue that is no more.

Group Photo: L to R: Olga Scully, Jürgen Graf, Richard Krege, Andrew Gray, Arthur Butz, Fredrick Töben, John Bennett, Richard Hornung.

Professor Arthur Butz delivering his talk. A poster of Faurisson from Ernst Zündel watches over him.

Geoff Muirden, Jennifer Jeffries, Fredrick Töben, John Bennett outside the lovely grounds.

Arthur Butz, John Bennett, and Jorge Sabag who is of Palestinian background.

Andrew Gray, Fredrick Töben, Arthur Butz, Jürgen Graf taking it easy during a break.

Arthur Butz enjoys David Brockschmidt’s million dollar view of the City of Adelaide.

Jennifer Jeffries illuminates  a point while Alex McClelland rests.

Jürgen Graf, David Brockschmidt and John Sack enjoy a joke about…?

Fredrick Töben, Andrew Gray, Nigel Jackson fulfill their duties at the table -

Olga Scully and Jürgen Graf in happy mood – during the conference Jürgen was advised he had lost his teaching job.

John Bennett & Arthur Butz reflect - they were there in 1979 when Willis Carto founded the IHR.

John Sack, Jürgen Graf, David Brockschmidt, Arthur Butz after breakfast at the Brockschmidt’s.

Peter Richards presents his paper on how uncooperative the German Embassy in Australia is when it comes to ‘Holocaust’ matters.

In 1997, after 25 years, my ‘dearly beloved’ and I meet again – during the 1970s the ‘Regieloge’ at the Stuttgart Opera House was ours – thanks to Intendant Dr Schäfer.

For decades the powerhouse of Revisionism was located here at Carlton St, Toronto, Canada.

Dr Wilhelm Stäglich’s The Auschwitz Myth  is still definitive.

In 1983 the University of Göttingen stripped Stäglich of the Dr title for having written the book, which was published by Grabert Verlag, Tübingen, in 1979.


Fredrick Töben & Udo Walendy, the German powerhouse for Revisionism. Walendy spent time in prison for his historical activities.


In his books, H-W Woltersdorf, a former soldier reflects on the good deeds done by Germans.

Ernst Zündel still a free man in 1997 – his trial re-commences at Mannheim on 9 February 2006.

Ahmed Rami and Fredrick Töben at the Trieste Revisionist Conference – Töben and Graf just made it out of Italy before police activated the European Arrest Warrant against them.

Pastor Manfred Junger clashed with German bureaucracy that stripped him of his right to minister to a flock. His unappreciated patriotic activities left him without any state-support such as unemployment benefits or a pension, etc.

1969 Trivia – as a young 25 year-old teacher Fredrick Töben on his way to do some surfing.



Fredrick Töben on German love, culture and and generosity, or Schadenfreude?

One of my life's defining moments was my three years spent at the Merzschule in Stuttgart, December 1970 to December 1973, where I was fortunate enough to have Helge Merz as a 'boss'  and mentor. This Rhodes Scholar from Germany taught by example.

I did not even know that Cecil Rhodes included Germans in his scheme of things when he set up his scholarship specifically designed to bring students to Oxford University where they would develop a balance between their physical and mental prowess.

Helge recalled how during the war as a serving officer on the Eastern Front, he received from his tutor at Oxford a telegram for his birthday!

When I left the boarding school in December 1973 to continue my studies at the University of Stuttgart students presented me with a drawing and a record collection, Der Ring Des Nibelungen.

The text in the drawing stated that after three years of exciting and strenuous boarding school work the boarders made this presentation in the hope that during calmer moments I would fondly reflect on the times spent with the boarders.
These prophetic words were written on 17 December 1973.



Now framed, the drawing presented to me by the Merzschule boarders on my departure from that school in December 1973, that's 33 years ago. Their words were prophetic - I would remember them. More a teacher cannot ask for from his students.

The Prefects with whom I formally met once a week when we enjoying a glass of beer or wine - and a cigarette/cigar - after discussing matters of state!


When ten years later, in December 1983, my principal at Goroke Consolidated School declared me an incompetent and disobedient teacher, I deeply reflected on those strenuous and maturing times. It was the self-reflective process called 'soul-searching' - instead of adopting the principal's mindset that guaranteed an easier way out of a situation by simply scapegoating.

Following German philosopher, Immanuel Kant’s thoughts, I always acted in such a way that my actions could become a universal law - the famous Categorical Imperative - and so I always attempted to ensure that my actions transcended any subjective, baser emotional content, such as hatred or envy of others.

With such a mental framework making up my Weltanschauung - a world view -  I realized that the Victorian Education Department principal was a fraud and an imposter educator - and I told him so. The result, of course, was dismissal. I refused to resign because I had not done anything wrong.

I then spent most of the next decade trying to clear my name. My wife began to blame me for problems that emerged from her own personal maturing process. I stated that I needed to clear my name because then she would have nothing on me to scapegoat about. She still bolted, and took off with my teacher friend. Ultimately the dismissal was declared null and void but because I was a temporary teacher I did not get my job back.

The court case taught me how corrupt legal officers of the Education Department were. Had I not tape-recorded the formal hearing with the Director General of Education, Dr Normal Curry, then the Regional Director's, Dr Ken Boston, moves against me in support of the principal, Raymond McCraw, would have succeeded.

Six weeks before the set date for a hearing, and after five law firms, we were ready to proceed. Then in the Interrogatories the  Education Department's legal officer, George Drossinos, stated that I had been given Natural Justice, that I had, in effect during the Formal Hearing, "been given every opportunity to respond to the allegations" made against me. My legal counsel of one year threw in the towel because he did not wish to take on a case that he could not win.

Then I recalled that my brother had given me his mini tape recorder with which I had taped the formal hearing at which my 'witnesses', including two former school principals, my brother and a teaching colleague - who later became my wife's second husband - gave evidence that the principal was a divisive man who had split the school community because it was his job to close the small country school, something locals vehemently objected to.

The tape recording proved otherwise, and a young barrister ran with the case - and in court the Director General " shifted ground", i.e. a euphemism for telling lies in court - committing perjury in fact. John Collins, my former school principal at Edenhope High School, had been in charge of staffing - and despaired at the direction the unions were taking state education. When my troubles began at Goroke Collins had retired from his position, and soon thereafter ended it all by suiciding. I recall sitting in his office in Nauru House where he lamented that all he had done with his life was sit in an office while I had seen the world and literally broadened my mind. He was proud of my achievements that he had a hand in nurturing.  The Boston-Curry Party tells the story of my demise – Boston-Curry

It was during this time that I also met Mohammed Hegazi, the Egyptian-born Australian who had been sent out of the classroom into the Correspondence School on account of his incompetence in managing 'unruly students'. The fact that each time he was posted to a school he had a Jewish principal was no coincidence. The system was removing anyone who did not adhere to the Jewish influence, through the teachers’ unions, read mis-education.


Mohammed Hegazi

A brilliant maths and science teacher, Mohammed Hegazi succeeded, as did others I subsequently met, to get his children through a corrupt education system that favoured those ' in the know' and sympathetic to things Jewish, and replicated a class-ethnic thinking that to this day I oppose.

On Monday, 23 January 2006, while visiting our assistant director, Geoff Muirden in Melbourne, I happened to read The Age, a copy of which John Bennett, president of the Australian Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) was studying. Therein I found the following Obituary:


Calming influence with love for things Greek, George Drossinos, Legal Officer
10-4-1946 ― 7-12-2005
By JOHN LIVI, The Age, January 23, 2006

George Drossinos, who for 24 years provided dedicated and enlightened guidance in the legal services branch at the Department of Education & Training, has died of cardiac arrest in St Vincent's Hospital after collapsing at a work meeting. He was 59.

 Drossinos began work as legal officer in the Department of Education & Training in June 1981. Before that he was a legal officer in the criminal law branch of the Crown Solicitors Office.

His early years in the department mainly involved providing legal services to the schools division. He quickly developed an expertise in this area and gradually moved into all aspects of the department's operations. Drossinos' detailed knowledge of the workings of the government and the operations of the department as well as his extensive knowledge of the law, gained him successive promotions within the legal branch. His last position was that of principal legal officer.
Examples of the more important matters he handled personally were the development of the legislation on work experience and workplace learning for students, the introduction of preschool and child care in government schools, the standardisation of school council cleaning contracts and issues affecting the department involving cabinet, the ministers of senior officers.

He played a big role in the management of the legal service branch, significantly contributing to the induction of the legal staff and continuously providing help and guidance to his colleagues. His door was always open and his warm, friendly yet astute and experienced manner were his trademark. In the office he was like the still waters on a calm lake, providing the serenity and calmness we all need in life.

Drossinos, who was born in Karlovasi on the island of Samos in Greece, arrived in Australia with his family when he was seven. His father Paul, who came from a family of renowned goldsmiths and silversmiths, soon established jewellery stores in Richmond and Fitzroy.

Aged 20, Drossinos was greatly affected by the sudden death of his father. Earlier, he had attended Fitzroy High School and, after completing his law degree at Melbourne University in 1975, he was admitted as a barrister and solicitor. through further studies he also qualified as an accountant.

He maintained the highest standards of integrity and behaviour, both on a personal and professional level, and was widely described by colleagues as "a lovely gentleman".

Drossinos treasured his Greek background and ensured he passed on this wonderful value to his children. one of his many plans in life was to study his genealogy after his daughter Irene left a message one day saying: "Check this out, daddy. We might be royalty!" While surfing the internet she found a reference to a Count Drossinos in the 18th century.

He was involved in the Greek community for more than 30 years. As a founding member of the Samian Social Club he worked tirelessly on the committee for 23 years, most of which he served as president. The club's headquarters in Queens Parade, Cliffton Hill, is testimony to his leadership and commitment.

Besides leading and revelling in the social activities at the club, from Greek music and dance to interaction with other members, he was deeply committed to its philanthropic aspects, especially raising funds for local charities as well as for people on the Aegean island of his roots.

He delighted in returning several times with his family to Samos and had planned to spend time there in retirement. On one of his trips he came across a book titled Samian Studies that listed notable hand-made ecclesiastic objects and icons found in churches and monasteries on the island of Samos. He was proud to find out the large contribution of the three generations of the Drossinos family (1850-1950) and visited the churches and monasteries where these exquisitely detailed gold and silver objects were displayed. He was also happy to see the family tradition carried on by his cousins John and Andreas.

Two of his favourite activities while on the island were attending live performances, especially Greek tragedies "under the stars" at the ancient theatre of Samos, and climbing up the more than 300 steps to the cave of Pythagoras.
Drossinos will be remembered as a principled, wise and cautious person, with the courage to stand up for what he thought was right.

He is survived by his wife Mary, children Irene and Paul, and his mother Filio.

John Livi, the chief legal officer at the Department of Education & Training, prepared this tribute with help from the Drossinos family.

George Drossinos

Fredrick Töben comments:
During the 1990s I had a chance meeting with George Drossinos and wife at the GPO corner of Burke and Elisabeth St in Melbourne. I accused him of having "killed my teaching career", and his response was that he “just followed orders from Jew John Livi”. Such is life.

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