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Seattle artist Charles Krafft returns to Counter-Currents Radio to talk with Greg Johnson about the controversy swirling around his work since it became widely known in the Art World that he is a Holocaust revisionist and White Nationalist. Topics discussed include:
- His use of the swastika and the image of Adolf Hitler in his art
- His association with Laibach and Neue Slowenische Kunst
- The origin of his interest in Holocaust revisionism
- The origin of his interest in White Nationalism
- The inaccuracies and loaded terms in Jen Graves’ article in The Stranger that launched the controversy
- Why Krafft describes himself as a Holocaust “skeptic”
- Why Krafft describes himself as a “White Advocate”
- The effect of the campaign against Krafft on his personal life and professional activities
- The laws penalizing Holocaust skepticism in Europe and America’s complicity in them
- The meaning of the Holocaust Memorial in Washington, D.C. and the memorials around the country
- The importance of revisionism about World War II for preserving world peace
- The uses he hopes to make of his “martyrdom”