I do not question the Holocaust. In both the micro and the macro I find it rings perfectly true, and accords with everything I understand about the villains, the Germans, and the victims, the Jews.
Take the well known German inability to design anything that isn't crap. As my engineering lecturers in university used to drum into us - don't look to the Germans, their design has always been bad to the point of idiotic. And the Holocaust provides perfect proof of this in the famous electrocution rooms of Belzec. The existence of these rooms was 'irrefutable' and was widely discussed and written about in the forties. And sure enough, the manner of their construction and the complete lack of logic adheres to everything we know about German problem solving and design.
How stupid were these Belzec designs? A survivor described a large room with a metal floor on which the victims were lowered into neck-deep water and then electrocuted. The floor would then raise and the victim's bodies were further electrocuted until they were ashes. Those idiot Germans. The floor didn't need to lower. A quick spray with sprinklers would have done fine for electrocution. All those moving parts for nothing! Talk about over-engineering.
And you can turn people to ashes with electricity? Sledge hammers for walnuts ain't in it! What absurd amounts of electricity would be required to turn dripping-wet fleshy bodies into parched ashes? Enough to power a small city! And how long would it take? And how much muck would have been baked onto the floor? Imagine the unspeakable sludge the thousands of litres of water below must have been turned into. Think of the clean-up! I expect that those German bastards would have even forced the next set of victims to do all the cleaning - before they in turn were made into more clean-up work for the next set. German wickedness is beyond imagination. Much like their inability to sensibly answer a simple design problem. Rather than come up with something cheap, efficient, reliable, and easy to maintain, trust those German dickheads to come up with the most idiotic construction possible. Typical.
Certainly this speaks to our understanding of Germans. How does it speak to our understanding of Jews? Perhaps you're wondering why you've never heard of this. For this you may thank the Jews and their well-known forgiveness and consideration of the feelings of others - even those who attempted to murder them. Wishing not to impugn the German people's pride in their engineering ability, they quietly let all talk of the electrocution rooms drop shortly after the Nuremberg trials. Proof-positive of their virtue. People like me rightly sneer at those who say the witness was never there and made it all up. Why would he do that? Don't answer, because we don't actually sneer so much as throw you in jail. And quite right. I would never question the holocaust.
But that's merely a microcosmic example of what we know is true of Germans. What of the macro? Proof of the German people's idiocy in the big picture is clearly evident of their use of trains, camps and arcane machines to kill Jewish people as inefficiently as possible. As everybody knows, if the Germans were to organise a piss-up in a brewery, they'd dismantle the brewery, build a new one, come up with a new formula for beer, make the beer, and then kill everyone anyway. Because that's how stupid and evil they are. That's why they didn't just shoot Jewish people as they laid hands on each one. Where's the bureaucracy and mad expenditure in that? A penny a bullet? Anyone who knows anything about Germans and their love of over-complicated inefficient solutions knows why they didn't do this.
Just take a second and think of any German machine or design solution you ever saw. You laugh at all those clunky piece-of-shit Mercedes, BMW's and Audis, right? Of course. Just like the allies in the war used to laugh at those crap Panzers, U-Boats, and Messerschmitts. And just like I laugh at those bullshit electrocution rooms at Belzec. Germans! Hang your heads in shame!