Carlos Porter Made in Russia: The Holocaust

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Made in Russia: The Holocaust

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9781471721380: Made in Russia: The Holocaust

A stumbling block for Revisionists, just as it was for the post-war German defendants, is the seeming wealth of documents and testimony assembled by Allied prosecutors for the Nuremberg trials. The more than sixty volumes of trial material which appeared in the wake of the "Trial of the Major War Criminals" and twelve subsequent trials before the (American) Nuremberg Military Tribunal have for many years supplied a massive compilation of apparently damning evidence against Germany's National Socialist regime. Most Exterminationists, academic and lay, believe that Germany's "aggression" in beginning the war, and the numerous atrocities and war crimes laid to the German account, above all the alleged Holocaust of European Jewry, are amply documented in the so-called "Nuremberg record".
 
A critique of the Nuremberg trials, from a number of different angles, has been a staple of Revisionist writing since the trials. Revisionist authors who chose not to contest directly the Holocaust charges (e.g. F.J.P. Veale) attacked the trials for their various failings in equity, jurisdiction, etc. Holocaust Revisionists, such as Arthur Butz and Robert Faurisson, have focussed on specific abuses involved in producing testimony and evidence in support of the Holocaust, from physical and psychological pressure exerted to obtain confessions and affidavits to the authenticity of certain of the documents transcribed and reproduced in the various Nuremberg volumes.
 
To date no Revisionist, Holocaust or otherwise, has mounted an assault on the Nuremberg "evidence" equal in intensity to that undertaken by Carlos W. Porter in Made in Russia: The Holocaust. Porter's technique is to confront the documents directly, by reproducing page after page from the 42-volume Trial of the Major War Criminals (the Blue Series).
 
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.
 
How many people know that at Nuremberg the Germans were accused of, along with killing about six million Jews:

  • vaporizing 20,000 Jews near Auschwitz with "atomic energy";
  • killing 840,000 Russian POW's at Sachsenhausen concentration camp (in one month, with special pedal-driven brain-bashing machines, no less), then disposing of them in mobile [sic] crematoria;
  • torturing and killing Jewish prisoners to the tempo of a specially composed "Tango of Death" in Lvov;
  • steaming Jews to death like lobsters at Treblinka;
  • electrocuting them en masse at Belzec;
  • making not only lampshades and soap but also handbags, driving gloves, book bindings, saddles, riding breeches, gloves, house slippers, etc. from the remains of their victims;
  • killing prisoners and concentration camp inmates for everything from having armpit hair to soiled underclothing?
Each of these grotesque claims is on display in Made in Russia, reproduced just as it appears in the Nuremberg volumes, and handily underlined and referenced for the convenience of researcher and skeptic alike. ... [See more inside the book.]

The Journal of Historical Review, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 89-92.

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War crimes trials are characterised by the assumption that rules of evidence are a technicality designed to enable the guilty to evade punishment. In fact, their purpose is to protect tribunals from errors of judgement.
 
Centuries ago, it was common to prosecute women for performing sexual acts with the Devil. These acts were described in minute detail in thousands of trials, in millions of pages of sworn testimony. It was established, for example, that Satan's ejaculatory fluid is cold.
 
Thousands of women stood fast in their confessions to the very foot of the stake, proving the truth of the matter stated; others recanted, proving the contumacy of the Tempter.
 
Thousands of men were burned for signing a Compact with the Prince of Darkness. This was a written contract, binding on both parties, the exact text of which was known to jurists for centuries; yet the original document was never found. Secondary evidence was accepted as to its existence and content.
 
Satan's existence was proven by his many appearances in the form of a cat or goat; his failure to fulfill his contractual obligations was seen as a simple breach of faith.
 
Scientific experiments were performed. Women known to have participated in the Black Mass were found not to have left their beds during the night, proving that transportation is spiritual, rather than physical.
 
Professional witnesses denounced thousands of people; defendants were condemned on the basis of ex parte affidavits signed by unknown persons; hallucinations and dreams were introduced into evidence in sworn statements.
 
Persons defending the accused could only be motivated by secret sympathy with Satan's conspiracy or Common Plan.
 
Respected people entered prison defiant, confident that God would prove them innocent; only to emerge a month later, prepared to confess publicly and be burned alive for kissing the anus of a goat.
 
Similar procedures and rules of evidence were used after the last war to convict Germans of killing millions of Jews in a technologically absurd manner, using an insecticide that required 24 hours to kill moths.
 
It is characteristic of modern thought that man is held to be progressing in some manner, a concept which was foreign to the medieval world.
 
Carlos Whitlock Porter
Editor, Made in Russia: The Holocaust
Historical Review Press
1988
3rd Edition, 2013

About the Author:

Carlos Whitlock Porter was born in 1947 in California in a family of Navy officers and lawyers. C.W. Porter studied in Europe, and is a professional translator and member of the Institute of Linguists. He has studied the Holocaust and war crimes trials with detailed patience and precision, including related questions of law, toxicology and chemistry, since 1976. Concerning the International Military Tribunal trial records, C.W. Porter's work exposes these kangaroo courts to have been absurd and hideous miscarriages of justice. The Nuremberg Trial records would be hysterically funny if they were not responsible for over fifty years of suffering and injustice. C.W. Porter thinks that even in our times the "allied" countries try to keep the multiply proven false and unauthentic Holocaust story alive, because that is the only tool that justifies their starting and entering the Second World War, and the deaths of millions of young men who fought for completely false goals, contrary to the real interests of their countries. His main work is "Made in Russia: The Holocaust".

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