When Robert Faursisson visited Stockholm in 1992, he made a famous challenge, when he said that he had been looking for a Nazi gas chamber for thirty years without finding any. So he challenged the Swedish medias with these words:
"Show me or draw me a Nazi gas chamber!"
Not only did the Swedish journalists but also the Scandinavian historians fail to do so. What a great pity!
This incident probably left many with the impression that there was no documentation for the existence of Nazi gas chambers. That, however, is a wrong impression, and Faurisson must have been counting on the ignorance of his audience. Faurisson often argues, even now in 2011: If there were no gas chambers, then there was no holocaust.
He knows very well, however, that there is manifold documentation for the existence of Nazi gas chambers. He also knows that this documentation is only available and known to a few specialists - including himself.
So, the French professor is fooling the public with his Chutzpah. He is also playing a trick, when he reduces the Holocaust to a mere matter of gas chambers in Auschwitz-Birkenau.
I have often asked Faurisson to answer various difficult questions with regard to the Holocaust, and I have asked others to help him do so. There have been no real answers, only evasions, distortions, silence etc. I am not the only person who would like to have answers to my questions.
So here is my challenge to Prof. Faurisson:
Please answer my questions, and I will then show you a Nazi gas chamber!
If you still fail to answer my questions, I fear that you are not really interested in seeing a Nazi gas chamber. I will think that your real attitude is this:
Don´t show me a Nazi gas chamber!
It is now up to Prof. Faurisson to decide what we all have to think about his challenge in Stockholm.