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January 26, 2017

Hitler:The Monster (updated)

Filed under: David Irving, Germany, Holocaust, TV shows, Uncategorized, World War II — furtherglory @ 9:14 am

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Robert Cintino made an interesting comment on the TV show entitled “Hitler:The Monster” which was shown on the American Heroes Channel (AHC).

Begin quote from Cintino:

“There is no paper trail linking Adolf Hitler to the holocaust and this is an extraordinary thing in such a highly bureaucratic state that kept meticulous records of every single minor activity.”

End quote from Cintino

I wrote about this in an earlier blog post but I wanted to include an exact quote from the TV show, in this update on the subject.

Begin quote from my earlier blog post:

One interesting aspect of this series is that it addresses the issue of the fact that there is little or no evidence, in the written German records of the time period, that Hitler ordered the Holocaust.  This idea was first brought to light by the research of David Irving, when he offered a cash bonus to anybody who could find a written order from Hitler regarding the Holocaust. Irving’s offer was considered a serious act of Holocaust Denial.

The show never mentions David Irving, nor introduces the topic of Holocaust denial.  Yet, on the latest episode of the show, a whole group of Holocaust historians basically admitted that Irving was right.  Maybe all these Historians should be put in jail; if they get a lawyer and try to defend themselves, their lawyer should be put in jail as well.  They have, in part, vindicated the notorious Holocaust denier David Irving!

End quote from earlier blog post

Maybe we should let poor Cintino out of jail on probation.  For one thing, he is a visiting professor at the United States Army War College.

Cintino is actually a very good writer and I have learned that he has written many good books on military history.  You can follow the link below to read some of his comments about Stalingrad.

http://ww2history.com/experts/Robert_Citino/Stalingrad

But I still think that, before David Irving, this would have been Holocaust denial: saying that Hitler did not order the Holocaust in writing.

5 Comments »

  1. Nice find, FG !! Thank you for sharing this quote with us. Holohoaxers hate and enrage when one of theirs exposes the Holohoax conspiracy theory for what it is…

    Comment by hermie — January 26, 2017 @ 4:23 pm

    • hermie wrote:”Nice find, FG !! Thank you for sharing this quote with us.”

      I remembered you asking for a quote in an earlier discussion of this program. Below is a link to the original discussion. Thanks for the helpful comments!

      https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2016/12/21/hitlerthe-monster-on-ahc/#comment-74648

      Comment by furtherglory — January 26, 2017 @ 6:32 pm

      • Glad you remembered my request. Thanks again. And good to hear some of my comments were helpful to you.

        Perhaps Occam’s razor could help Dr Cintino and tell him why “there is no paper trail linking Adolf Hitler to the holocaust […] in such a highly bureaucratic state that kept meticulous records of every single minor activity.” 😉

        Comment by hermie — January 27, 2017 @ 7:49 pm

  2. One of the ” official ” Holocaust historians , Raul Hilburg said the order was delivered ” telepathicly ” i.e ” there was a vast meeting of the minds” . Of course this is pure bullshit. A crime of this magnitude would have required the coordination of tens of thousands of personnel as well as scarce resources e.g. rolling stock…there is no evidence of this anywhere.

    see Giuseppe Furioso’s ”My Holocaust Problems ”

    Comment by giuseppe furioso — January 26, 2017 @ 12:31 pm

  3. The atrocity is that Stalin is never mentioned or Pol Pot – and THEY HAD PROOF OF THEIR ATROCITY. All we have is the lying Soviets.

    https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?t=8107

    Comment by Diane King — January 26, 2017 @ 9:33 am


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