Hitlerís and Saddamís "Weapons of Mass Destruction"
By Dr. Robert Faurisson
Is it not simply wondrous to be told the same lie twice by the same people and for the same purpose at nearly sixty yearsí distance?
In January 1944, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt decided to create, on the advice of the Jew Henry Morgenthau and his cohorts, the so-called War Refugee Board (WRB). In November 1944, that official body, under the heading "Executive Office of the President / War Refugee Board / Washington, DC," published a report entitled "German Extermination Camps Auschwitz and Birkenau," which falsely accused Adolf Hitler of possessing weapons of mass destruction or WMDís (called execution gas chambers).
In 2002, President George W. Bush decided to create, on the advice of the Jew Paul Wolfowitz and his cohorts, the so-called Office of Special Plans (OSP). Headed by Abram Shulsky, that official body promoted reports falsely accusing Saddam Hussein of having WMDís.
The lie was the same: an accusation based on false evidence. The type of people were the same: powerful American Jews. The purpose was the same: war.
But there were also differences. First, the lie against Hitler concerned WMDís that were, for physical and chemical reasons, altogether impossible and inconceivable; but the lie against Saddam Hussein was about WMDís that are quite possible and conceivable, since his accusers themselves possess such devices in great abundance. Second, the lie against Adolf Hitler is more than half a century old and stronger than ever; however, the lie against Saddam Hussein is only a few months old and not yet very strong. Third, if someone disputed the accusation against Adolf Hitler, he might, like Ernst Zündel, be sent to prison; but if someone disputes the accusation against Saddam Hussein, he would, at least currently, be running only slight risks.
Observe how the lie was built up against Saddam Hussein and you will see exactly how the lie against Adolf Hitler was forged by the same sort of people and for the same purpose: perpetual war.
© June 2, 2003
Source: The Revisionist 2(2) (2004), p. 204.
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