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brian.hoostal
07-20-2009, 07:05 AM
Simon Wiesenthal: Liar Extraordinaire

Excerpts:

"His reputation is built on sand, however. He was a liar ? and a bad one at that. From the end of the second world war to the end of his life in 2005, he would lie repeatedly about his supposed hunt for Eichmann as well as his other Nazi-hunting exploits. He would also concoct outrageous stories about his war years and make false claims about his academic career. There are so many inconsistencies between his three main memoirs and between those memoirs and contemporaneous documents, that it is impossible to establish a reliable narrative from them. Wiesenthal?s scant regard for the truth makes it possible to doubt everything he ever wrote or said."

"He was at heart a showman and when he found a role as the world?s head Nazi hunter, he played it well. As with so many popular performances, it was impossible for the critics to tell the public that the Great Wiesenthal Show was little more than an illusion."

For the complete article:
http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/books/book_extracts/article6718913.ece?token=null&offset=0&page=1

YHWH Bless,

Brian

LiarBill DeClue(less)
09-11-2009, 05:04 PM
Actually there is something in Wiesenthal's bio that proves the holohoax is a lie. He once tried to kill himself by slashing his wrists open and a camp doctor saved his life by performing complicated vascular surgery. Does this sound like the policy of a camp that existed for the sole purpose of killing every jew there?