Academic freedom figure Nick Kollerstrom returns with "Auschwitz breakthrough"

Tuesday, Jan. 29th, 11 a.m. to noon Central (9-10 Pacific) on (then archived here a few hours after broadcast).

Dr. Nicholas Kollerstrom, a history of science Ph.D. with a specialty in chemistry, is the author of the best book on the 7/7 London bombings, Terror on the Tube. (Watch the 7/7 video Kollerstrom and Farrell Are Dead.)

Today, Nick presents what he says is breakthrough evidence supporting his contention that the claim that Nazi gas chambers were used for mass executions with Zyclon-B (cyanide gas) are not true. According to mainstream historians as well as revisionists, Zyclon B was indisputably used in de-lousing chambers in German concentration camps to prevent outbreaks of insect-borne typhus. Nick and other revisionist argue that what they call the myth of mass-execution gas chambers stems from these de-lousing chambers, which ironically were used to keep the inmates alive, not to kill them. (Yes, very large numbers of inmates died, and some were killed, in other ways.)

Nick is the principal behind the new website

Nick's team has just published, for the very first time, the original British Intelligence wartime decrypts that decoded  the daily German Police messages detailing concentration camp inmate counts. With the exception of two footnotes in a single book and one other "paper", these entire archives have otherwise been completely ignored by mainstream historians.   

Was the Zyklon used to save lives, not take them?

Is Nick right? I don't know...but what I do know is that the people who fired him from his job at the University of London had better contact me and come on my show to explain, using logic and evidence, why he is not just wrong, but so egregiously and obviously wrong that he deserved to lose his academic position.

Nicholas Kollerstrom, PhD, has two history of science degrees, one from Cambridge 1968, plus a PhD from London, 1995. He was an honorary member of staff of University College, London for 11 years. He co-edited The Case Against War (Spokesman, comprising the CND legal arguments against the Iraq war) and then co-organised the Belgrano Inqury in 1986, publishing The Unnecessary War as its proceedings in 1998. Nick risked his reputation as a first-rate historian of science, and got kicked out of University College, London, by researching the evidence for Nazi gassings in WWII death camps - and finding that evidence underwhelming. His findings are illegal in many European countries.

When the Zyclon-B shows up, the death count goes down. How odd.

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