Monday, April 4, 2016

R.I.P. Bradley Smith


Dear friends and supporters:

A short while ago we were informed that Bradley R. Smith passed away at the VA hospital in San Diego on this Thursday, February 18, 2016. He succumbed to lymphoma in conjunction with congestive heart failure. We volunteers at CODOH mourn the passing of our Committee's founder, but will continue his work true to his legacy. May he rest in peace.

You may also read CODOH'S obituary series here.

Please either leave your eulogies using the comment function below, and/or send your condolences by mail to the family at:

Irene Altamirano Smith
PO Box 439016
San Ysidro CA 92143

Germar Rudolf

Notable eulogies and comments:

Feb. 20, 2016, 2:23 a.m.| Dino Vettri
You did your part, honorable Lord Smith, you opened many minds who now think, instead believe. You are a special part of Dasein. The True is prevailing although many of its enemies work hard to deceive it, and soon Holocaust will be just to be remembered as a Horrible Myth, and we the Goym its real victims. You are on us and we all shall continue to pursue the True for the sake of humanity and universe, and build a better world.

Feb. 20, 2016, 11:56 a.m.| Hannover (
Everyone who values free speech should carry a heavy heart. Bradley was a personal friend and I am particularly saddened. Quite the man. Will see him in Valhalla.

Thank you dear Sir for your efforts, your struggle for mankind. May you rest in peace with your forefathers. I hope that I can meet you one day, to shake your hand. Kindest regards, Lasse Karagiannis, Sweden

Feb. 20, 2016, 9:53 p.m.| Ed Baker
Rest in peace Bradley and please know that you will not be forgotten. Your work goes on and dedicated CODOH people will make sure that truth will prevail. You will be missed.

Feb. 21, 2016, 12:20 a.m.| Juergen Graf
Dear Irene, dear Paloma, Bradley was one of the kindest persons I ever met. He was a true idealist and a fundamentally decent man who will not be forgotten. I will always remember my visit to your home in spring 2000. Please accept my heartfelt condolences. I trust we will meet again some day in the future. Your friend Juergen Graf and his wife Olga

Feb. 21, 2016, 4:55 a.m.| UK Aryan
RIP Mr Smith. We are forever indebted to the hard work you have done in search of the truth. Condolences to all family and friends. A true legend of modern day has passed. RIP

Feb. 21, 2016, 6:47 a.m.| Rafael
I'm really sorry for the loss of Mr. R. Smith. He was one of the most active revisionists till today that I've heard from. I wasn't lucky enough to meet him personally, but I'm sure he was a wonderful person, as well as a very hard worker. From Spain I read his fantastic reports every month. We have lost a veteran truth seeker. Hope CODOH continues the legacy of their founder Mr. R. Smith. Neither prison nor death will stop truth. The best way to keep the memory of Mr. R Smith in my opinion is to fight even harder for the cause he dedicated himself. Strength & Victory! May R. Smith rest in peace.

Feb. 22, 2016, 1:02 p.m.| Truthy1
The truth shall set us free. The seeds of truth have been planted for all to nourish and help to become fruitful. The pits of deception have also been given ground to work from. We are the tenders and propagators of righteous disclosure. Rest In Peace Bradley R. Smith

Feb. 24, 2016, 2:32 p.m.| Donar Thorson
Hail Kinsman, I did not know you yet I admired you and your lone stand did not go unnoticed. The fight for truth go on. Thank you for your consistent effort - one day the truth will prevail, IT WILL

Feb. 24, 2016, 9:47 p.m.| Nigel Jackson
Here is my tribute to Bradley: SANDGRAIN --- In memoriam: Bradley Smith --- You have to imagine a grain of sand - Held in your palm, suddenly speaking - While all the others along the beach - Look the other way and keep very quiet. --- To see eternity in a grain of sand - Is not as easily done as it can sound, - With all respect to William Blake, - That white-haired old prophet - Who would have understood Bradley Smith very well - And told him not to keep his trap shut! --- Speaking truth is a dangerous occupation. - You can so easily be brought up before a Pilate - And given the whole treatment before execution, - While journalists keep a deathly silence - And celebrities grovel before the latest sophistry. - Nothing easier than to ridicule the prophets! --- Bradley Smith is dead. A humble, cheerful, - Quizzical sort of chap who liked to cock his snook - At all sorts of hypocrites, spongers, bullies, liars. - He preferred the fresh air of speaking truth, - Letting the spirit blow where it would like wind, - And called on many a Nicodemus to be born anew. --- He had a Mexican wife, a sense of humour also - Rather Mexican, you’d think. He was quirky, blunt - And challenging, a bit of an egocentric too; - But he spoke the needed truth when others quailed. - Just another of God’s smiths, I feel; - But he put to shame the times-servers, lickspittles, - Craven camp followers, turncoats, brown noses, boors. - Salute him, for he rose above himself! --- by NIGEL JACKSON, 25th February 2016

Feb. 25, 2016, 10:02 a.m.| ASMarques
From Portugal, my condolences to Bradley Smith's family. Not knowing how exactly Thought could translate itself into words (as Smith would have put it), I once compared the indefatigable prof. Faurisson to a one man army that managed to trash enormously powerful ennemies against all odds, by the sheer power of ideas and the physical courage to pay the price of victory. In the same spirit, I would say Bradley Smith was the equivalent of a victorious one man guerrilla insurrection conducted on a shoestring and still spelling doom to the same formidable enemy in the name of the First Amendment to the US Constitution. He was a quintessential American hero to many all over the World and a great writer to those who were lucky enough to read him. He will be sorely missed.

Prominent members of Truth in History movement eulogize Bradley Smith:

  • Bradley Reed Smith – Our Hero, by Germar Rudolf
  • Remembering Bradley R. Smith, by Richard Widmann
  • Remembering Bradley, by Ernst Zündel
  • Farewell to an Optimist, by David Cole
  • A Life That Made a Difference, by Arthur R. Butz
  • Bradley Smith, by Robert Faurisson
  • Remembering Bradley Smith, by Mark Weber
  • Losing a Wise Friend, by Germar Rudolf

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