We must hasten this process with cold ruthlessness.: The procedure is a pretty barbaric one and not to be described here more definitely. On the whole it can be said that about 60 per cent of them will have to be liquidated whereas only 40 per cent can be used for forced labor.This page contains a point-by-point refutation of the half-truths and outright lies published in a pamphlet entitled "66 Questions & Answers About the Holocaust" published as a bible for Holocaust denial by the Institute for Historical Review (IHR).The IHR's questions and answers have been reproduced unaltered.Michael Shermer has pointed out that the Nazis' own estimate of the number of European Jews was eleven million, and sixty percent of eleven million is 6.6 million. (Actually, forty percent was a serious overestimate of the survival rate of Jews who were captured, but there were many Jews who escaped.) In any case, most of the diary is quite mundane, and interesting only to historians.Did the supposed Jewish conspiracy forge seven thousand pages to insert just a few lines?
The assumption, unstated, is that the reader will accept minor discrepancies as evidence of a vast, over-reaching Jewish conspiracy. In fact, the discrepancies and minor errors in detail argue against, not for, the conspiracy theory.
Many of these Nazis testified as witnesses and were not accused of crimes. The main point is that not one of these supposed torture victims -- in fifty years, not one -- has come forth to support the claim that testimony was coerced.
On the contrary, confirmation and reconfirmation of their testimony has continued across the years.
The only evidence is the postwar testimony of individual "survivors." This testimony is contradictory, and no "survivor" claims to have actually witnessed any gassing.
There are no contemporaneous documents and no hard evidence whatsoever: no mounds of ashes, no crematoria capable of disposing of millions of corpses, no piles of clothes, no human soap, no lamp shades made of human skin, no records, no credible demographic statistics.
Nizkor, a website devoted to combatting Holocaust denial, follows their answers by refuting the 66 claims.