I learned a lifelong lesson during my recent interview with Mel Gibson’s father, Hutton Gibson. The interview took place on the eve of the release of Mel Gibson’s new movie, “The Passion of the Christ.”
I learned that there actually were no concentration camps during the Holocaust, only work camps.
I learned that the Holocaust was a fiction, a fabricated business tool used strategically to siphon hard-earned money from the coffers of innocent governments worldwide.
I learned that there are too many survivors left in the world for there ever to have been a Holocaust.
I haven’t made a real personal entry in a bit. I hope to rectify that later—I hope I get time!