Auschwitz main camp today, with visitor center-parking area at far left, where the January 27th ceremonies will take place.
Announcing the 1st International Day of Commemoration in Honor of the Revisionists Who Introduced Sanity to the Auschwitz “Death Camp” Narrative
On Jan. 27, 2014 the upholders of the official Holocaust narrative will carry out their annual commemoration activities at the Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial remembering the victims of the “holocaust” … according to their version of what took place. They have been doing this since 2006, making 2014 the 9th annual commemoration.
This year, for the first time and on the very same day, the “Jan27 Committee” will offer some healthy competition in the form of a commemoration of our own. By having a commemoration on the same day, advantage is taken of the widespread publicity given to the official United Nations-created event.
What has been created is a relatively modest effort to begin—a website commemorating the sacrifice made by courageous revisionists who pioneered the search for facts – facts which have led to a more truthful telling of the wartime tale. Those revisionists who are now deceased are especially honored. But more, this website offers a sampling of some of the most convincing arguments against the Myth of Auschwitz and for a Return to Sanity on the subject of the Auschwitz-Birkenau so-called “Death Camp.” It is expected to come online on Sunday, January 26.
The official “International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust” was created by the United Nations in 2005. A resolution was adopted by the General Assembly to hold a major ceremony at the UN headquarters building in New York City, gathering together UN delegates, state representatives and NGOs, mainly for speech-making and propaganda.
The date chosen for this Commemoration was January 27 because the official holocaust narrative had always revolved around AUSCHWITZ. The narrative tells us that in 1945 the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and “extermination” camp was “liberated” by the Soviet Red Army. The fact it was not really liberated, that it had already been abandoned except for a number of hospital patients, elderly persons and children who remained behind under the supervision of care-givers, is beside the point to the myth-makers.
Because this date was chosen, an even larger ceremony, and days of events, also takes place at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial site in Poland, where, this year, Elie Wiesel and a large delegation of Israel’s Knesset (parliament) is expected to be in attendence. They have said they will be carrying out guided walks and tours, Jewish prayers and speeches.
A revisionist response
The name chosen for the revisionist commemoration is the 1st International Day of Commemoration in Honor of the Revisionists Who Introduced Sanity to the Auschwitz “Death Camp” Narrative. The overall theme is “Calling for A Return to Sanity.”
With short articles, excerpts from books, some of which are newly translated, the entire “homicidal gas chamber” mythology surrounding Auschwitz-Birkenau will be shown to have already been demolished. The question naturally raised will be: Why are these people still speechifying about the same old wartime atrocity lies, and why does the media continue to report on it? There won’t be any effort put forth in attacking anyone but only in pointing out the truth.
The presentation is attractive, dramatic and easy to follow. Along with the wide variety of texts, there is a section for comments, which will have to be moderated, but not a forum or any conference-calling or call-in features. All that is too open for abuse, and also way too time-consuming to administer. For those who want to submit text and art for use on the site, send to: email@example.com. Please put Jan27 in the subject line.
By getting this much of a start now, the Jan27 Committee will be in a better position to carry out something more ambitious in 2015, which will be the 70th Anniversary of the Auschwitz-Birkenau “liberation” and the 10th Anniversary of the officially-sanctioned “International Day of Commemoration in memory of holocaust victims”
It can be expected that those using search engines to find the UN or Auschwitz-Birkenau “International Day of Commemoration” will easily stumble upon this one … and discover it to be interesting enough to stay awhile and look around. All that’s necessary is for the uninformed to look at the information that will be presented in an easy to understand, clear, definitive and sufficiently respectful format to make them ready to learn more.
The success of this project will really depend on the cooperation of hundreds—and we have those hundreds—who will lead thousands, and many more thousands still, to view and then study this site at a time when the mainstream media is bringing it to the forefront of people’s minds generally. It is time now to begin talking about it on your websites and blogs, and to be presenting questions about this Myth of Auschwitz as the center of pure evil in our world. Let’s banish this “big lie” once and for all. Together we can do it!