National Alliance Cincinnati Unit Coordinator Robert Ransdell, who leads the most active and innovative unit in the organization, is well-prepared for any opportunity to share the message of White empowerment when it arises. And when he learned that Werner Coppel, a Holocaust survivor who travels the professional Shoah circuit, was coming to his local area, he readied himself for another opportunity to share our message. You can read Ransdell's full account posted on Natallnews.com (the spelling "Coppel" is the correct spelling).
Werner Coppel was booked to appear at a luncheon hosted by the Sharonville, Ohio Chamber of Commerce on August 20th, 2009. Robert Ransdell showed up and plunked down $35 to listen to Coppel's story and capitalize on any opportunities presented to correct any historical inaccuracies. Forty people showed up at the event. When asked what business he represented, Ransdell merely replied that he had a strong interest in history.
The short story on Coppel, as published HERE: He was born in Germany in 1925 and grew up during the National Socialist era. As a result of the passage of the Nuremberg Laws in 1935, Jews were removed from the mainstream German public school system. Yet the regime still gave them a disused factory building, where they set up their own Jewish Parochial School. This, of course, flies in the face of the popular mythology that Hitler wanted to "gas all the Jews" from the get-go, because if you wanted to exterminate a people, why would you educate them first? Shortly thereafter, Coppel joined a Zionist youth movement that was opposed to Hitler, thus making himself even more of a target.
In 1941, two years after the European war began and the same year that National Socialist Germany launched its titanic struggle with the Soviet Union, quite possibly to pre-empt a surprise Soviet attack on Germany, Coppel began his odyssey through the camp system. First he was shipped to a labor camp in Neuendorf, close to Berlin. In April 1943, he was then shipped to Auschwitz, where he was required to work in a munitions factory making synthetic rubber. Other people in Germany were working, and many soldiers were giving their lives on various battlefields, so why should concentration camp inhabitants be cut any slack?
Towards the end of the war, the National Socialists then removed prisoners from Auschwitz and marched them into Germany. Because of rumours that they were heading for a "death camp", Coppel chose to fall out of line and escaped in January 1945, after 21 months at Auschwitz, and returned to Berlin in August of that year. In 1946, Werner met and married his present wife Trudy, and the two emigrated to Cincinnati in August 1949, where they have remained.
Back to the original story. Robert Ransdell sat and listened while Werner Coppel made his presentation. Then at the end, when questions were solicited, Ransdell responded. First, he explained that he was once mystified by all this sudden hostility against Jews until he learned that the Bolshevik Revolution was a Jewish construct, with 300 of the top 350 original commissars being secular Jews. That selfsame regime went on to kill at least 40 million Europeans. He then mentioned that there were numerous claims of a "holocaust" taking place in Germany before, during, and after World War I, specifically referring to Martin Glynn's article in The American Hebrew in 1919 and the claims by the American Jewish Congress in 1920 of at least six million. Ransdell then mentioned how the death estimate at Auschwitz had been downgraded from four million to 1.5 million a little over a decade ago. He then cited other inconsistencies in the Holocaust tale, to include the Anne Frank ballpoint pen story.
And at the end, what was Coppel's reaction? Did he address any of the issues? Nope - instead he merely asked Ransdell "Do you believe in the Holocaust?" To which Ransdell replied, "I believe that Jews were put into camps and that many died". Immediately Coppel cuts him off and bails, after which he got an ovation from the crowd. Ransdell then voluntarily left the venue shortly after, although some wanker got up and made a pretend show of "escorting" him out.
Was it a success? Only time will tell, but undoubtedly Robert Ransdell planted a few seeds that could germinate in some unspecified way at some unspecified time in the future. Sometimes faith precedes the miracle. But Ransdell shares some tips as to how other activists can do the same thing:
1- Always know the facts. If it is the holocaust you are planning to tackle then there is a treasure chest of information available on the Internet as well as through National Vanguard Books ( www.natvanbooks.com ). Stick to well documented and well known myths that have been unearthed by the revisionists instead of claims that are not supported by concrete documentation and evidence.
2- Have a set of three or four questions/facts that you can bring forth without having to simply read from a piece of paper or a book. Familiarize yourself with them days before the event if necessary. Write down some key points for reference. This way you will be able to recite them properly and keep the hoaxer on his heels. Don't plan to ask the questions one by one as the hoaxer will soon sniff out that you are not the typical Goy, make sure you ask each question without pausing until you are finished.
3- Always remain civil. I can't stress this enough. While interrupting the speaker might be appropriate if you don't feel as if there will be a question and anwser session at the end, it is always worth waiting until the end as the payoff is much better. As you present your facts and questions to the hoaxer, never raise your voice above a regular audible tone and never appear overtly abrasive or "mean" while you are speaking. This will only provoke the people you wish to awake to write you off as such. Sure, most of the audience will still probably side with the hoaxer, but as I said earlier, not all at this event I attended days ago were clapping with the others as the Jew avoided the points I had made by walking away. There will be people, if only out of sheer curiousity, who will go to the Internet to check out the authenticity of your claims. And that will result in another person who finds that the holocaust is not what it seemed to them before.
4- Certainly don't give away your intentions or motivations to anyone at the venue prior to the speaker taking the podium. You should not start your debate with a lone audience member who might then point you out to the venue. You might get kicked out and you certainly will put the speaker on guard. Those nationalists who are of the shaved head persuasion might consider wearing a hat and of course covering all tattoos that might tip off what side you are on. After all, you can't debate a holocaust survivor when he sights a Goy with symbols on their arms that bring back visions of a free White race because that could stand to result in the old liar having cardiac arrest.
5- Once you are told to leave, then make your exit. I am not a lawyer but certainly asking inconvienent questions is not an offense that can get you into any legal difficulties. Simply interrupting the speaker usually will result in you simply being asked to leave. You never want to physically resist any attempt by the venue to remove you, although you can voice your desire to leave on your own accord if anyone outside of law enforcement and/or security in the venue attempts to lay a hand on you.
6- More than anything else, have fun!! Don't worry about anything negative resulting from your actions. Of course if the speaker is attending your employer's banquet hall, then that might be one to skip. If your worried about exposure to public scorn then simply get to the venue early and moniter those who file in. If you don't know them, then they don't know you, right? I understand that some people out there are timid regarding negative consequenses as far as your job and/or personal relationships, but I have personally "crashed" over a half dozen events and have never once seen a TV camera anywhere at the venue. As I said earlier, I wish there had been one at this recent event I attended, I am not camera shy and it was a jolly good show indeed. My point is your worrying about nonsense, get out there and reveal the hoaxer as a fraud and guilt peddler and have fun doing it.
Most importantly, Robert Ransdell takes his own advice, because he believes in leading from the front. This is why his Cincinnati Unit leads the way in the National Alliance. Another example of someone doing something that is proven to work successfully.