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From: "KingTUT" 
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Sent: Thursday, November 28, 2002 12:14 PM
Subject: Dietlieb Felderer

 Dietlieb Felderer - a comment.

 I saw the description on the Nizkor site and since he's a swede I did
 a search on him in a swedish mediadatabase, and found this quote in
 Göteborgsposten (a major daily newspaper in the Gothenburg area):

 "Institutet ger också ut tidskriften The Journal of Historical Review,
 i vars redaktionsråd några av världens ledande förnekare samlats; som
 Arthur R Butz, Robert Faurisson, Hideo Miki, pensionerad
 historieprofessor från japanska försvarsakademien och Wilhelm
 Stäglich, tysk jurist. På 80-talet fanns också Ditlieb Felderer med på
 listan. Hans namn plockades bort sedan Radio
 Islams grundare Ahmed Rami träffat honom på Kanarieöarna.
 - Han bodde på stranden, dansade för turister och var bara intresserad
 av pornografi. Jag kontaktade Mark Weber och sa, att det inte är
 lämpligt att han står med i redaktionsrutan, berättar Rami i Stockholm
 några veckor senare."


 "The Institute [of Historical Review] also publishes the paper The
 Journal of Historical Review, and their board of editors has among its
 ranks some of the worlds most famous deniers; like Arthur R Butz,
 Robert Faurisson, Hideo Miki, retired professor in history from the
 japanese Defence Academy and Wilhelm Stäglich, a german lawyer. In the
 80's Ditlieb Felderer was also named in the list of editors. But his
 name was erased, since the founder of Radio Islam [an antisemitic
 radiostation in Sweden], Ahmed Rami met him on the Canary Islands.
 - He lived on the beach, danced for tourists and was only interested
 in pornography. I called Mark Weber and said that it was not proper to
 have him listed as an editor, Rami tells us a few weeks later"

 So evidently even the deniers themself find him offensive, and perhaps
 the reason why he is not mentioned in the 66 Q&A Revised version, but
 only in the original is the reaction of Ahmed Rami?

 This paper, Göteborgsposten, has done an entire series of articles on
 Holocaust denial and the deniers titled "A journey into the
 Shadowkingdom of the Deniers". Unfortunately its only in swedish, but
 it can be found here for all you swedes out there:

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