Friday, March 23, 2012

Our infuriated friends Mattogno, Graf and Kues ....

Author: Roberto Muehlenkamp
... have published some hollow bragging on the "Inconvenient History" blog site.


Anonymous said...

Hello Holocaust Controversies.

Would you participate in the conference, open debate with MGK (in a country where "revisionism" is not illegal), and meet in reality in a local with audience, perhaps in a few days and carefully go through each other's arguments? This can then be filmed and be available at youtube and in other places.

What do you think about the idea? It should not be so difficult to organise, right? Something like this: but on Treblinka, Sobibor, Belsec, Einsatzgruppen, what happened on the Jews if they were not murdere etc, but longer and more thoroughly?

Perhaps in US or in England, or Denmark or Sweden for example.

Then you or MGK don't need to put all time to answer texts and books, since it takes long period of time, to read and answer books and text. So you can meet a couple of days, discuss and go through everything as adults, and see what you are going forward to. Should surely be the best thing to do? Perhaps you can also get help of some organisation or such like in order to organise such a conference?

What do you guys think about this idea?

Best regards

Nathan said...

- For the aforementioned reasons, our response will probably not be ready before July or August. Much to our regret, this delays the beginning of our study upon the Einsatzgruppen. On the other hand, after the publication of our reply we will not have the slightest obligation to pay any further attention to anything MM. Harrison, Mühlenkamp, Myers, Romanov and Terry might publish in the future. -

How professional.

Anonymous said...

By the way, have you guys on this blog seen this new movie?:

Perhaps you want to write about it on the blog and debunk it?

Best regards

Jonathan Harrison said...

I seriously doubt that MGK will address all the instances of dishonesty and misrepresentation we have identified. Any dialogue with them via any medium depends, at a minimum, on their willingness to confront those cases and explain their (mis)conduct.

Anonymous said...

It's possible. But you may well try this? Invite them to such an open debate, a seminar in a local?

If they do not agree they just make fool of themselves, when they say that no one wants or dares to discuss with them openly.

But if they agree and participate, they will make fool of themselves also, when you debunk them in the open debate.

So they will lose anyway, and you will win.

So what do you guys say, Jonathan Harrison, Nick Terry, Roberto and all of you: Are going to invite the MGK to such an event? You have everything to gain, they have everything to lose. So why not? You can at least try.

Best regards