Interview with Carlos Whitlock Porter December 2017

Many years have passed since books calling themselves ‘revisionist’ have been published

This resulted in Laws in some countries making such books illegal to write, to buy or to actively sell. Prison sentences were experienced by many Authors including Porter, Irving and Zundell.

But what has this achieved? Why is this the ONLY subject that is illegal to discuss, write about or even think about? We asked this question to Carlos Whitlock Porter, Translator and Author of many ‘Revisionist’ books….

Carlos Porter Replied:

Hello. My name is Carlos Whitlock Porter. I am an American by birth. I am also a so-called “Holocaust revisionist”. I was the first person (and very largely still the only person): to notice that the chemical reactions described in Holocaust literature were incorrect and all contradicted each other;  to study international law, in the texts applicable at the time, to see whether the actions of the various combatants were legal or not according to the standards of that time; - to study the Japanese war crimes trials, somewhat superficially, for purposes of comparison; - to study recognised works on criminal and military law published before 1914 or 1939, as well as the international conventions applicable at the time, to see whether the trials were legal; - to read the transcript of the First Nuremberg Trial all the way through, not once, but several times, in both English and German; to reproduce and compare many of the archive documents in publicly accessible form (i.e., video, books and Internet; most historians quote them or refer to them, but do not show you what they look like).

I am probably the only revisionist who is a professional translator of German, French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, with 30 years of full-time experience. J.M. Spaight’s classic work of international law, War Rights on Land, published in 1912, contains footnotes in all these languages (except for Portuguese). Sometimes these things come in handy. I am also a satirist with an interest in logical problems.


“I am sometimes asked why are WWII atrocities (specifically and exclusively, German atrocities) the only topic one cannot discuss rationally? We are speaking of a real taboo, a phobia in the classical sense.

I spent my childhood around Japanese people. My grandmother had many Japanese friends, some of whom she had known for 40 years.  When I was maybe 7 or 8, she had a young student (mid-20s) named Kazuo working for her for a couple of years. I liked him, I respected him. I think he was a good influence on me. He taught me discipline, he taught me respect. His English was perfect.

My father became suspicious of Kazuo for some reason and hired a private dick to check up on him, and discovered that he was a member of the Communist Party of Japan. The reason I know it’s true that he was a Communist is because of an atrocity story he told me. Communists are very stupid liars, but they believe their lies. That’s the trick. He told me that the military authorities of Japan forced students to climb inside bombs before they were dropped on hostile cities!

I had seen newsreels of bombs being dropped so I knew what they looked like, of course, and I thought, “Gee, that’s a funny thing to say. Does a bomb have a passenger compartment? It’s a bomb, not a phone booth”.

Most traditional Communists are serious, disciplined, intelligent people. I’ve always wondered how they could believe and repeat such stupid lies (one of the stupidest of which, of course, is Marxism in the first place).

Communists aren’t the only people who are stupid. Most people are stupid. Almost all people are stupid, by nature. Propagandists expect you to be stupid, and are almost never disappointed.

When I was about 12, my parents took me to see a black and white film based on The Diary of Ann Frank, a Grade Z bore, a real coñazo. I can hardly remember most of the film. What strikes me today is that it was not until about 12 or 13 years later that it occurred to me to wonder how half a house can disappear behind a bookcase???

They build a bookcase across a landing and half the house disappears? In the French version of the book (there are 2 or 3 different versions of it), the house is sold to an architect, for Christ’s sake, who comes to inspect the property, and then buys the house; but he never notices a thing!

To paralyze your rational faculty like the biological parasites they are, the kosher producers of these monstrosities inject you with copious doses of schmalz (i.e., chicken fat and/or excessive sentimentality): the last scene shows Ann and her boy-friend kissing in front of the window (with the curtains 90% drawn, of course) while police sirens scream. Such emotion, oi veh!!!

Logical thinking

Logical thinking is a habit which takes years to develop. But when it takes hold, it kills half the “fun” of things. Bad logic really bothers me. Take the song Folsom Prison Blues, by Johnny Cash (not a very good song, but not too bad either). It’s a geographical absurdity.  In case you don’t know it, here it is, the first verse:

            I hear the train a comin'

            It's rolling round the bend

            And I ain't seen the sunshine since I don't know when,

            I'm stuck in Folsom prison, and time keeps draggin' on

            But that train keeps a rollin' on down to San Antone.

            When I was just a baby my mama told me. Son,

            Always be a good boy, don't ever play with guns.

            But I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die

            When I hear that whistle blowing, I hang my head and cry…

Folsom is in northern California. Any train travelling past Folsom will probably break up in Roseville or Stockton,  after which the cars will either continue east to Denver or Salt Lake, or south to Los Angeles, along the coast or through the Central Valley; from Los Angeles, on to El Paso on the Southern Pacific, or Belen, New Mexico (outside Albuquerque), if they get switched to the Santa Fe. 

“San Antone” is in Texas, 550 miles from El Paso! Since El Paso is 1,350 miles from Los Angeles, and Los Angeles is 360 miles from Folsom, this means that “San Antone” is well over 2,200 miles from Folsom! So, what does “San Antone” have to do with it?

Another absurdity is the line, “But I shot a man in Reno, just to watch him die” (I don’t usually care for Cash, but I love the way he hits the low note on the word “die”…).

Reno is in Nevada. Folsom is in California. In the United States, murder is a state offense punishable under state law. There is no Federal law against murder. So, if he committed murder in Nevada, he’d be in a Nevada state prison. If he murdered somebody during the commission of a Federal offense, of course, he could indeed be in prison in California, but he’d be in a Federal prison, and Folsom is a state prison. (Although I guess he could be transferred to a state prison after completing most of a Federal sentence; that sometimes happens.)

The song makes little or no sense. I know this is absurd, but this really bothers me. I can’t enjoy it (even assuming it was a song I really liked in the first place, which it wasn’t).

So, putting it in a nutshell, people don’t like their “fun” spoilt. I recall the case of a history professor who became convinced that Lee Harvey Oswald was guilty as charged. His students objected: he was taking the “fun” out of the assassination! 

The Hoaxoco$t is a religion. Religions can exist without God, but they can never exist without a Devil. Now, as is well known, “the smartest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing people that he doesn’t exist”. People need a Devil. What good is life without a Devil? So here we are: one Devil coming up.    

If I may be somewhat less jocular, specifically, there are 2 other explanations, one biological, one economic.

A          ) As noted above, the Jew is a biological parasite. This is not just a metaphor, a figure of speech. Let me explain.

Many parasites release chemicals which modify host behavior in such a manner as to compel the host to destroy itself, resulting in a beneficial environment for the parasite’s next life cycle.

For example, ants will fight each other instead of an invasive species in the nest; Caterpillars will feel compelled to crawl to the very end of tiny twigs in large trees, where they are easily devoured by birds of prey; Fish will feel compelled to swim very near the surface, where the same thing happens;       Crickets and praying mantises will seek out streams or bodies of water, where they quickly drown themselves, after which the parasite continues its life cycle inside a fish! Mice and rats become sexually attracted to cats -- does this remind you of anything? -- and are instantly devoured, whereupon the parasite continues its life cycle inside the cat.

We live in a society which compulsively self-destructive in every way. This is so obvious as to require no proof.

B          ) In our societies, of course, this is done, not so much chemically – well, that too -- as financially and through propaganda. Having discovered the magic of usury and centralized fractional-reserve banking, they create money out of nothing and lend it at interest, buying influence through cheap loans and manipulating interest rates to create booms and crashes at will. Since they create the money, and since they create the general price level by manipulating interest rates, they are then able to purchase the mass-media lock, stock and barrel.

Charles Manson, a former pimp, said that “most people will believe anything, provided they are never allowed to hear anything else”. And he was right. I hesitate to say what the solution is long term, but the first thing to do is to tell the truth.  

“Men think in crowds and run mad in crowds and come to their senses slowly and one by one.”

“The prerequisite for successful action is the courage and the will to be truthful.”

Carlos Whitlock Porter

If you are interested in the books translated and written by Carlos, here are the links to the pages on our website where you will find them. You won’t find them on Amazon or eBay for obvious reasons.

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