A Proper Defense of Pope Pius XII Against the "Holocaust" Inquisition

All books from establishment publishing houses purported to defend Pius XII against the false charges of the “Holocaust” Inquisition are woefully inadequate. Some of them do more harm than good. Rabbi Dalin, in typical rabbi style, lends his sponsorship to Pius XII in exchange for the opportunity to seed confusion related to the Herzl-Pius X meeting into the Catholic camp.

I had much time to spend reading last month and I read Professor Robert Faurisson’s book, Pope Pius XII’s Revisionism, very carefully. I highly recommend this book which tackles the matter of Pius XII’s W.W.II “silence” outside of the rigged framework that all the other books are locked into, i.e. “was Pius XII good for the ‘Jews’.” Professor Faurisson documents that Pius XII did indeed save many Judaic persons at great risk to himself and the Church, but this is only a minor part of the study. The book primarily focuses on the fact that during W.W.II, Pius XII was bombarded with outrageous atrocity propaganda and asked to condemn countless fabricated atrocities and that he was skeptical of much of it, and for good reason. I will say no more than this, other than to restate that this is the only book worth reading on the topic because it’s the only book that approaches the matter without deference to “Holocaust” dogmas. All of the other books take the claims of the “Holocaust” industry as Gospel and build their case upon that shoddy foundation.


6 Responses to “A Proper Defense of Pope Pius XII Against the "Holocaust" Inquisition”

  1. michael santomauro Says:

    DEBATING THE HOLOCAUST: A New Look At Both Sides by Thomas Dalton, PhD

    Publisher's Note: This is a non-Revisionist title for Theses & Dissertations Press. It will be the first book on the Holocaust, in publishing history, that will not take a Traditionalist or a Revisionist point of view. When you purchase this book, one-third of the proceeds will go to Germar Rudolf and his family.


    Founded in 2000 the publishing company Theses & Dissertations Press is at the center of a worldwide network of scholars and activists who are working — often at great personal sacrifice — to separate historical fact from propaganda fiction. The founder of Theses & Dissertations Press is Germar Rudolf. Who is currently serving prison time for his published works and will be released on July 4, 2009.

    As the new director of Germar Rudolf's American publishing division, I wish to express my outrage that the Holocaust, unlike any other historical event, is not subject to critical revisionist investigation. Furthermore I deplore the fact that many so-called democratic states have laws that criminalize public doubting of the Holocaust. It is my position that the veracity of Holocaust assertions should be determined in the marketplace of scholarly discourse and not in our legislatures bodies and courthouses.


    Michael Santomauro
    Editorial Director
    Call: 917-974-6367

  2. rev'd up Says:

    This has shown up on your site before.


  3. Maurice Pinay Says:

    It was that recommendation that prompted me to track down this suppressed book.

  4. James Says:

    I have thought for the longest time that the Judaics really make super hay out of the issue of Pius XII and the Holocaust on both ends of the spectrum. For them it is almost always a no lose deal. They have one group of people attacking Pius XII for not defending the “Jews” or at the very least for not defending them enough. This line of argument is, of course, all well and good for the Judaics’ never ending agenda of smearing Christ’s Church.

    On the other hand, are those people who stridently try to defend Pius XII. This group plays right into the Judaics’ hands also, however, because in the process of defending the pope they almost invariably end up giving express, or at least implicit, legitimacy to the Judaic approved 6million gas chamber dogma.

    Apparently, Faurisson’s book is a real light in the darkness. Thank you for spreading it.


  5. Anonymous Says:

    What about Rychlak’s book, Hitler, The War, and the Pope? Seems excellent!

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