A Norwegian Labour Party Sami MP has caused outrage within his own ranks by denying that the Holocaust ever happened. Fellow politicians are calling for the resignation of Anders Mathisen, who is advocating changing history books after apparently spending months researching WWII concentration camps.
“There is no evidence the gas chambers or mass graves existed. Even reputable Holocaust historians have admitted it cannot be established,” Mathisen told the Finnmarken newspaper, while challenging readers to prove that his views are inaccurate.
“Raul Hilberg, the world’s most renowned Holocaust scholar, spent his entire life working at telling people the Holocaust took place,” he continued. “However, when asked at [the Holocaust denier] Ernst Zundel’s trial in Canada in 1985 if he could prove this, he admitted this was not possible. Even those who examine the gas chambers cannot find any trace gas was used.”
Nordlys newspaper also carried quotes from the MP, who accused Holocaust survivors of exaggerating their accounts of what happened. “I have read a book containing statements from those who were there, and the stories they come with are just not true,” he claimed.
Mathisen showed no remorse for his comments on his Facebook page, writing that he is proud to call himself an anti-Semite if it means “not accepting lies and nonsense”. In addition, he has separately claimed that the public has been brainwashed into the believing in the Holocaust by films like Schindler’s List.
Labour Party Secretary Raymond Johansen denounced his colleague’s comments. “I am shocked and appalled by Anders Mathisen’s statements about the Holocaust,” he said in an email to The Foreigner. “This is Nazi-inspired nonsense and extremely disrespectful to the victims of the Holocaust. This is far from our values,” he added.
Mathisen has refused to resign from the Labour Party but has been told that, as he hasn’t paid his party dues since last year, he is no longer officially a member and that reinstatement will not be possible.
Mathisen is quite right. If he is disciplined or expelled while leaving his questions unanswered this should demonstrate the stranglehold Zionists, through their control of money, have over all European political systems.
>Seriously, what the F is wrong with the Europeans ?
Those posts appeared after the Stormfront trackback. Despite being all in favour of White Pride World Wide, it’s a North American site.
Plenty of American historians are deniers. Although Wiki isn’t always the best source (if only because of unintentional author bias), most of the Westerners mentioned on its denial page are North American.
Sick. It’s never far from the surface in Europe. Seriously, what the F is wrong with the Europeans ?
From what I have learned …
Zyclon B was used to delouse the worker inmates as to save them from dying of typhus .
The films we see of mass graves of skeleton like bodies are of worker inmates who had died of the horrible disease that ran rampant because germany had been holocausted by allied bombing and could no longer take proper care of the work camps towards the end of the war .
Many of the work camp prisoners were criminals or communist subversives .
Germans are a very good people and do not deserve the mass slander .
Anyone who refuses a fair hearing on this subject is an accessory to a mass crime .
“There is no evidence the gas chambers or mass graves existed. Even reputable Holocaust historians have admitted it cannot be established,”
Quite true!The outrage should be directed at those prompting the historical myth of the holocaust not good men like Anders Mathisen who exposes it. The truth shall set you free!!
@Wendy – “Freedom of thought” – What is that? – then try to think about yourself without thinking on an elephant :-)
Apparently freedom of thought and and opinion is not one of those values of the Labour Party that Raymond Johansen speaks of.
Is it OK if I simply not have the Holocaust shoved down my throat every other day? Can we now discuss the Holomodor? Or the death of 14 million Christians in Russia?
Is it OK now if I don’t care about that “shi**y little country” and their history anymore?
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He was not a member of the Norwegian Parliament, but a deputy to the Sami Parliament.