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Tom Moran
Caught With His Pants Down

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From: Jamie McCarthy
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Re: Typical Nature of Holocaust Accounts
Date: Fri, 03 Jan 1997 12:34:54 -0500

Mr. Moran quoted a Nizkor file:

"When the Russians took over the Treblinka complex and the nearly dead survivors had recovered sufficiently to communicate, the tales that they poured out were not limited to the horrors they had endured. [...]" (Sachar, 34-35)

Work Cited

Sachar, Abram L. The Redemption of the Unwanted. New York: St. Martin's/Marek, 1983.

[McCarthy] "Sachar's wrong. When the Russians overran the area where Treblinka was, there were no survivors present because that plot of ground had been razed. I don't know what his sources were, but he should have researched more carefully before taking a whopper like that into print.

"This file was marked with a disclaimer almost a month ago which reads:

The following citation provides an example of the importance of accurate research. It is clear from other published reports that Treblinka had been dismantled prior to the arrival of Soviet troops. Thus the information below cannot be correct. Nizkor would like to thank Tom Moran for pointing out this error. For further information about the dismantling of the camp at Treblinka, we recommend orgs/israeli/yad-vashem/yvs.camps.04. My thanks to Tom Moran for pointing out the monumental errors in the following text.

knm. 1996/12/08

[McCarthy] "How strange that Mr. Moran does not mention this or other contextual information. It seems he doesn't want the reader to know the context, preferring that he or she remain confused.

"And how ironic that just four days ago, on December 30th, Ms. Rimland wrote in her daily Zundelgram:

This is the context of the Nizkorites, but their agenda is slightly different. [...] these people are committed to two things only: (1) making Holo Survivors feel good by claiming the undeniable truth of every particle of rumor ever uttered in WW2 [...]


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