David Cole is not an “anti-Semite” or “revisionist”. He is ardently pro-Zionist, pro-Israel Jew. He is author of book Republican Party Animal. In his latest article, entitled Justifying My Existence, published at TAKI’s Magazine on February 17, 2015, he wrote: I attempt to correct the historical record regarding the Holocaust, primarily by sniffing out and exposing fake artifacts and fraudulent or improperly-used documents.
In no other field are fakes, frauds, and forgeries tolerated as they are in Holocaust history. And in no other field are the people who try to sort the fakes from the facts so ruthlessly attacked and in many countries imprisoned, David Cole added.
I know some readers may not like me to demonize the new Jewish religion. The reason I picked-up this unproven myth is that the Zionist regime has now declared their only good Palestinian leader, Mahmoud Abbas, a Holocaust denier. While denying their own collaboration with Hitler and Mussolini fascism, they always love to dig others’ past to serve their own evil agenda.
Netanyahu’s Likud party mouthpiece has republished Mahmoud Abbas’ PhD thesis, entitled The Other Side: the Secret Relationship Between Nazism and Zionism submitted to Moscow’s Oriental College in 1984. In the book, Abbas argued based on French philosopher Roger Garaudy’s book, The Founding Myths of Israeli Politics. Abbas also questioned the Six Million myth in his thesis.
British Jewish writer, blogger, activist and author of The Holocaust Wars, Paul Eisen, was rewarded by his tribe with titles, such as, “Eisen the Holocaust denier”, “Eisen the racist”, “Eisen the Nazi”, “Eisen the anti-Semite”, and the list goes on.
American Orthodox Jew, Michael Korn, made aliya to Israel in 1982 and took Israeli citizenship in 1985. He lived in Israel for 20 years during which he got fed-up with Jewish racism and Holocaust exploitation. Disgusted, he converted to Christianity. In 2013, in an open letter to British veteran journalist and author Alan Hart, Korn explained why people question Holocaust.
“A little-known chapter of history is the wide-ranging collaboration between Zionism and Hitler’s Third Reich. During the 1930s, Jewish Zionists and German National Socialists shared similar views on how to deal with the Jewish Question. They agreed that Jews and Germans were distinctly different nationalities, and that Jews did not belong in Germany. During the 1930s no nation did more to substantively further Jewish-Zionist goals than Hitler’s Germany,” wrote Mark Weber.