neugierig wrote:On second though, calling you a liar was too harsh, Herr Muehlenkamp, and I apologize.
neugierig wrote:I don't think you are a liar, you seem to however believe in the story you are propagating and defending.
Well you certainly do, Mr. Heink. I for my part don't have to believe in anything. Belief (or shall we say faith) is only necessary when there's no evidence supporting one's notions. Which is your problem, not mine.
neugierig wrote:And that presents a problem for me, for how can anyone familiar with this new religious Dogma called "The Holocaust" take it for fact?
Funny, that's just what "Revisionism" looks like to me - a religious Dogma. You seem to be projecting yourself.
neugierig wrote:Do all the impossibilities and the total lack of any substantial evidence not make you sit back, Herr Muehlenkamp?
Do your failed attempts to demonstrate "impossibilities", to explain away the eyewitness, documentary and physical evidence (which is at least as substantial as the evidence supporting any other historical record) and to provide even a shred of evidence in support of your "transit camp" claims and conspiracy theories, not lead you to the conclusion that "Revisionism" is just a load of hollow humbug?
neugierig wrote:I can understand Mary SUV and Joe six pack believing what they are told, but you, Herr Muehlenkamp, come across as someone able to read and write. So what is it?
Elementary common sense, Mr. Heink. When all known evidence points to a certain conclusion, there's no evidence pointing to an alternative conclusion, and those who defend an alternative conclusion can at produce hollow rhetoric and ill-reasoned arguments at best, what is a reasonable human being to do other than stick with the certain conclusion that all known evidence points to?
Get me some names of "transited" people
, Mr. Heink. Then I might look upon your position with more favorable eyes.
Denial of generally known historical facts should not be punishable. For those who maintain, for instance, that Germany did not take part in World War I or that Adenauer fought at Issus in 333, their own stupidity is punishment enough. The same should apply to the denial of the horrors and crimes of the recent German past.
~ A German jurist by the name of Baumann in the German juridical magazine NJW, quoted in: Bailer-Galanda/Benz/Neugebauer (ed.), Die Auschwitzleugner
, Berlin 1996, page 261 (my translation).