Richard Krege

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An Australian holocaust denier. Krege is an electrical engineer from Canberra. Krege is known for his work in holocaust denial and historical revisionism. In 1999 Krege claims to have conducted a ground-penetrating radar (electromagnetic scanning!!) on the concentration camp Treblinka. This was done in an effort to prove that nothing went down there, a claim that is as ignorant as it is offensive. In an interview with The Australian he claimed that there is no scientific proof to show this place (Treblinka) was an extermination camp.

So this Ernst Zundel wannabe isn’t quite as good at bullshitting compared to others in this fraudulent field. It is seriously doubted whether he has actually conducted on-sight studies, after being refused a permit. Oops! Didn’t put that one in the Krege Report!. Krege is a close associate with fellow revisionist Fredrick Toben and is a fellow at his Adelaide Institute. He accompanied Toben to Iran in 2006 to attend a large International Conference to Review the Global Vision of the Holocaust which was organised and personally attended by president Ahmadinejad. He must have been like a kid in a candy shop. That is if everyone in the candy shop is an anti Semite with homicidal tendencies.

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(Toben & Krege in Iran)

Krege and his work influenced the creation of the revisionist organisation the National Association of Forensic Criminologists, Architects, Sceptics and Historians (NAFCASH). Krege is active in speaking at several far right events, notably the Intervell Forum.

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