No online denier would be complete without his nym. (And 99.9% of the time, it usually is a him.) The nym not only announces his allegiances but also serves to protect his real identity from imagined persecutions. That's to say, these small fry expect to hear a knock on the door from the Bundesverfassungschutz come to extradite them from the safety of their North American homes just for mouthing off on the internet. Or that the German authorities will really be able to check that someone with a certain name, such as Fabian Eschen, is in fact the denier they obviously want to jail, and not someone of the identical same name. No doubt they have the cell next door to Germar Rudolf all warmed up for just such a purpose. Yeah... right.
Hang on... did I just mention a name? I guess I did. But then, so did the person in question, who has translated18 articles for Germar Rudolf's pseudo-scientific journals at VHO.
Evidently, this person was foolish enough to do these translations under his real name, as Herr Eschen has recently begun whining that his real identity was exposed at RODOH. This, however, was not so; someone merely said that a certain 'Bergmann' sounded like Fabian Eschen, also known in his day as 'Sailor' and who was stupid enough to probably blow the cover of 'Kolchab' on another forum.
But... now his identity is out. Does it matter? Well, I don't post at RODOH anymore, out of boredom with the trolls there. And I can do what the hell I like on my own blog, including engaging in the parlour-game of identifying Fabian Eschen with 'Sailor' with 'Bergmann'.
Guys, we don't really give a shit who you are. Nor are we interested in knowing where you live, or if you're the sole solitary person with your name in the world. Nor, do we believe, are the German authorities. Why would they waste time on small fry like you?