As Jonathan Harrison said, CODOH will live to regret giving a platform to someone whose ANSWP association is known. Yeager shows her derangement from the beginning:
But more on that later. I want to follow your comments in a chronological order, so I’ll speak first about Stehzelle. You “prove” the existence of such torture by referring to the Auschwitz archives, saying that out of 275 reports you counted 28 reports that speak of Stehzelle given as punishment. This you expect to be accepted at face value. Yet, the entire holocaust legend is based on false reports, forgeries and lying and/or coerced witnesses. Therefore, a holocaust skeptic such as I am does want to see some physical evidence or unquestionably genuine documentation, which you have not produced.Or, in the immortal words of Frau Farbissina,
Oh, and Dr. Neander did provide "unquestionably genuine documentation". Let me quote from his first response to Yeager:
You refer to a Wikipedia article that mentions Stehzelle only in connection with Maximilian Kolbe, a fact that makes you doubt whether Stehzellen did exist at all. Now Wikipedia is a good thing, but not The Gospel. Let me assure you that, in the Auschwitz archives, there is ample material about the standing cells, not only from survivors. For example, 275 reports and 110 orders for punishment, issued by the camp authorities, have come down to us. They are only a small fraction of the original set, but if I counted correctly, twenty-eight of the 275 reports speak of Stehzelle meted out as punishment. Among the unfortunate there were seven Reichsdeutsch citizens, all of them Jews. E.g. Egon Stiassny from Vienna, camp no. 98241, was sentenced to “five times Stehzelle and five times Strafarbeit (punitive labor)” on May 19, 1943.
 Auschwitz archives, file D-AuI-2/1-877 nr inw. 165352.
I'm sorry, but case closed. That Yeager does not accept this voluminous documentary evidence on the basis of the absolutely hollow claim that the "entire holocaust legend is based on false reports, forgeries and lying and/or coerced witnesses" shows that she is up there, on the Moon, unreachable by the force of reason and evidence. There's no debating with people like this. (Also Yeager should ask her co-blogger Carlo Mattogno what he thinks about her "Stehzelle skepticism".)
But once again she shoots herself - and her hosts - in the foot by not containing her raging antisemitism:
As you must know, German women who suffered horrendous experiences (some far worse than anything Zisblatt could have experienced) do not write books or make speeches about it in anywhere near the numbers that Jews do. Even this statement is overly generous—the ratio must be something like 1000 to 1. So yes, there is a great deal of resentment against “the Tribe”, not just from me, and it is well-deserved.Sorry, IH guys. You'll never wash away the "antisemitic" label from your blog, and you won't even be able to argue that this is a mere character assassination based on false equivalence between "revisionism" and antisemitism. No, your blog is antisemitic because you publish the statements like the one above. Say goodbye to an aura of "objectivity". And thank Yeager for that.
Yeager ends her screed with this prolonged whine:
And speaking of disgust ... I wonder why you lower yourself to post your articles on a site with such low standards as “Holocaust Controversies?” Is that the only place that will accept them? Or are you one of the team? You appear to want to personally uphold good manners and proper forms, but the people you associate with there are anything but “proper.” They are name-callers and haters extraordinaire! Regular contributor Sergey Romanov seems overly reliant on four-letter words. Here are some he used to describe me after my article in response to yours was posted on Inconvenient History Blog: “neo-nazi scum,” idiotic paranoid,” “not very bright,” “dumb neo-nazi liar,” and just yesterday a friend of theirs named Nathaniel called me an “ignorant fuck.” I would think you would not want to be associated with such language that reveals such immature behavior. I certainly don’t! Therefore, while I am willing to converse with you in the further exposure of Irene Zisblatt as the fraud that she is and in putting other myths about Auschwitz-Birkenau in their proper perspective, be informed that I will not reply to anything more that is posted at “Holocaust Controversies.” Good day to you, Sir.Long answer: what an interesting display of hypocrisy. So, Yeager calls Zisblatt a liar without a second thought - after all, in her mind it is justified by her arguments. Well, if so, why cannot I call Yeager a liar if I furnish the sufficient arguments? What's good for the goose is good for the gander, right? And I did put forward just such logical arguments, based on Yeager's distortion of Dr. Neander's article. So instead of answering the arguments she throws a tantrum?
Then there's this "neo-Nazi scum" business. Now, if I prove the "neo-Nazi" part, I'm afraid I don't need to justify the "scum" part, it kinda goes without saying, n'est-ce pas? And I think I amply proved the charge by quoting numerous Yeager's statements (which she did not deny), like:
Finally, I was drawn to National Socialism as a viable alternative, learning about its true nature as opposed to the lies I had been taught. It felt very good, as if I had come home to my true German roots and what was authentic in my Self.and
The best political philosophy ever devised.
A gentleman and man of honor to the end, we can say proudly that Adolf Hitler inspired steadfast devotion and uncommon strength from women as well as men - women who held him, and still hold him, in the highest esteem, as he did them.and some others.
So it is an objective fact that she is a neo-Nazi (also cf. her current site).
Then there's the "idiotic paranoid" part. That's when she wrote that Dr. Neander "seems to have been assigned this project by some well-known Holocaust defenders" without citing any evidence whatsoever. Both paranoid and idiotic, wouldn't you agree?
And last, but not the least, "dumb". Well, given all of the above, I think I need to say no more.
Short answer: get a life, crybaby.