The Sunic Journal: Interview with Friedrich Paul Berg

February 24, 2010

Tom interviews Friedrich Paul Berg, an accomplished revisionist historian. Tom and Mr. Berg discuss:

  • The alleged use of diesel exhaust as a means of killing concentration camp detainees in war-torn Germany. Mr. Berg straightforwardly and rationally dismisses this assertion as “pure rubbish.”
  • How mainstream holocaust historians use only eyewitness accounts with no corroborating hard evidence to justify their claims. Mr. Berg demonstrates how the well-documented mountain of forensic evidence indisputably denies the possibility of homicidal gas chambers.
  • The scholarly blind spots that mainstream and revisionist historians have regarding the technology used and not used by Germany during the war years.
  • The holocaust as not only a new religion but a “collective insanity” which maliciously views those who oppose the prevailing orthodoxy as “heretics.”
  • The use of the holocaust issue as an excuse for a rapid descent into more future wars. The best current example being another war in the Middle East with Iran.

About Friedrich Paul Berg

To learn more about Friedrich Paul Berg and his informed perspective you can view his extensive body of work at his personal website.

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4 Responses to “The Sunic Journal: Interview with Friedrich Paul Berg”

  1. Carolyn on February 25th, 2010 11:42 am

    I thought this was an extremely valuable program. Mr. Berg is very knowledgeable on all aspects of holocaustianity, not only the technical aspects that he has written extensively about.

    There was so much information packed into this one hour that I’m sure many will want to listen to it again. I do appreciate your easy-to-access archives! One subject that I especially liked was just who Fred Leuchter is, and why such an effort has been made to discredit him. We really must understand what success the media has (with the help of the collaborative academia) in taking perfectly respectable experts and turning them into charlatans, and destroying their careers.

  2. Chris on February 26th, 2010 6:33 am

    Yes, I enjoyed Friedrich’s forthrightness in denouncing the holohoax and the historians who ‘go along to get along’. There is far too much euphemism used when discussing the holohoax even amongst the dissenters.

  3. HoaxDestroyer on February 28th, 2010 5:10 pm

    Excellent interview. Tom did a great job being objective. What also needs to be paid attention to is how the Soviets and communists around the world after WW2 tried to shift the blame on Nazis for the alleged Katyn’ forest massacre, which was only recently debunked by Polish authorities as being Soviet communists disguised as German SS who exterminated Polish nationalists and military commanders in those woods. Why aren’t history books corrected to point this fact out? We all know the reason, a lie suits our enemies just fine when it is in their interest, and truth hurts, so they mercilessly repress it.

  4. Inquisition on April 2nd, 2010 7:00 pm

    I wonder what Berg thinks of the book “Debating the Holocaust: A new look at both sides” by Dalton. It cites his work very effectively.