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February 19, 2016

I just got a message that Bradley Smith has died

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — furtherglory @ 1:47 pm

If you don’t know who Bradley Smith is, I can’t help you.  I just got a message from Germar Rudolf telling me that Bradley has passed away.

I have written several blog posts under the tag Bradley Smith:


  1. Bradley Smith was a great guy with a good sense of humor and a sharp
    inquiring mind. Don’t morn.

    Comment by david499 — February 20, 2016 @ 2:05 pm

  2. I had the pleasure, and distinct privledge and honor of spending a few days in the past few years, with Bradley and his family on three separate occasions at his home in Baja California, Mexico. He was only slightly older than I and one the the most remarkably kindest, gentlest, understanding, caring, human beings I have ever met. (On my first trip I was wearing a leather bandana-like cap and with my long hair Bradley’s wife Irene and his grandchildren said I looked like pirate and that’s how the family always referred to me.)
    I had hopes of being able visit him again sometime later this year, however, when I watched Jim Rizoli’s interview with Bradley, I had serious doubts that this would occur. Bradley and I spoke by phone briefly a couple of times following the interview. He was getting frequent therapy at a VA hospital “on the other side” as he referred to the U.S. The trips were very taxing on Bradley. Although San Diego is only about an hour or so drive heading south into Mexico, heading north, getting across the border can take hours. I recall remarking to Bradley on one visit about how short the process was when going into Mexico. Bradley was quick to quip,
    “Shafar, that’s because there are very few people trying to sneak INTO Mexico!”

    There are no words to express how much I will miss him and how dear was his comradeship!

    Hasta que nos encontremos de nuevo, mi querido amigo!
    El pirata

    Comment by shafarnullifidian — February 19, 2016 @ 3:35 pm

  3. I heard he was ill.
    I’m sorry to hear it.

    Comment by Jeff K. — February 19, 2016 @ 2:48 pm

  4. We will miss him. The interview was as much a priority for him as it was to us. He KNEW he wouldn’t be around much longer. Appreciated his initiative and follow-through!

    Comment by Diane King — February 19, 2016 @ 2:42 pm

    • Bradley Smith was the man who paved the way for free speech issues dealing with the topic of the Holocaust he had to take a lot of crap from a lot of people and he didn’t get the credit he should have gotten so that’s why we have to take up the mantle and try to get the message out to as many people as we can. These older fellows are starting to die off now and we younger ones not that I’m that young but us younger ones have to get the message out.

      Jim Rizoli

      Comment by jrizoli — February 19, 2016 @ 3:04 pm

  5. This is possibly the last interview that Bradley Smith every did I had the privilege of doing it, it was an honor to be able to talk to him I really enjoyed speaking to him that day.

    Jim Rizoli

    Comment by jrizoli — February 19, 2016 @ 1:58 pm

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