File:The Luftl Report.pdf
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The following remarks are intended neither to threaten the democratic order that has prevailed in the Republic of Austria since 1945, nor to advocate or promote the reintroduction of National Socialism. These remarks are intended solely to correct one-sided presentations of historical events, and to do so taking into consideration the laws of nature and technical limits, which are of course beyond dispute both politically and historically.
These remarks are not intended to “quibble over the number of victims” or to “defame the victims.” Rather, they are intended to serve as a scientific clarification of the number of possible victims on basis of technical and organizational considerations. These remarks are also intended to encourage further investigation into the actual events and the search for truth.
Because “Holocaust literature” tends to be so one-sided, it is unfortunately not possible to provide a “balanced presentation” here. A critical examination of the limited area of the overall topic under discussion has shown that the accounts of “eyewitnesses” in particular have been immensely exaggerated and unbelievable; so much so that a balancing of the discussion appeared indispensable. The impossible does not become any “truer” when it is claimed by many people. In cases of contradiction between witness testimony and objective proof, the latter takes precedence in every modern constitutional state. In the case of the “Holocaust,” though, this has obviously been otherwise.
The author would like to anticipate the proposed introduction of Section 283a of the Criminal Code [of Austria], according to which “the offense … [has been] committed whenever a person denies the fact that millions of human beings, especially Jews, were systematically exterminated in a genocidal way in the concentration camps of the National Socialist regime.” Such a legal provision could have the effect of rendering the following remarks punishable, in spite of the fact that they are based on scientific considerations treated in a manner subject to experimental duplication.
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