Holocaust denier Paul Grubach wrote back in 2003 that "Holocaust revisionists do not deny that atrocities were committed against Jews during WWII."
But over the weekend, he sent out this letter regarding the imprisonment of Germar Rudolf in what he called a "Nazi concentration camp."
Let's see. Is Rudolf given three meals a day? Yes, he is. Has he been put to hard labor? No, he has not. Do they even carry out capital punishment in the prison where he's being held? Nope: They don't have the death penalty in Germany anymore.
So clearly Grubach's comparison is false. The thing that grings my gears, however, is that, at one time, Grubach will talk a bullshit line about now denying that Jews suffering a tragedy suffered by Jews during WWII and then will minimize the scale of suffering at Auschwitz by making this comparison.
That's why no one takes the label "revisionist" seriously, Paul. You and your little friends are deniers; there's no two ways about it.