And this explains the anti-semitism:
At the January 2004 We The People
conference, Gibson advocated that the states secede from the Federal government of the United States
and that the United States public debt
Gibson garnered widespread outrage when remarks questioning how the Nazis
could have disposed of six million bodies during the Holocaust
were printed in a March 2003 New York Times Magazine
In his interview for the article, he dismissed historical accounts that six million Jews were exterminated: "Go and ask an undertaker or the guy who operates the crematorium what it takes to get rid of a dead body," he said. "It takes one liter of petrol and 20 minutes. Now, six million?"
Across the table during the interview, his wife, Joye, who had been quiet for most of the visit, suddenly looked up and "cheerfully piped in 'There weren't even that many Jews in all of Europe,'"
"Anyway, there were more after the war than before", Hutton Gibson added.
"The entire catastrophe was manufactured, said Hutton, as part of an arrangement between Hitler and 'financiers' to move Jews out of Germany. Hitler 'had this deal where he was supposed to make it rough on them so they would all get out and migrate to Israel because they needed people there to fight the Arabs,' he said".
Gibson was further quoted as saying the Second Vatican Council
was "a Masonic plot backed by the Jews"
and that the September 11, 2001 attacks
were perpetrated by remote control: "Hutton flatly rejected that Al Qaeda hijackers had anything to do with the attacks. 'Anybody can put out a passenger list,' he said".
Gibson publicly questioned the extent of the Holocaust
. One week before Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ
was released in American film theaters, he told radio talk show host Steve Feuerstein that the Holocaust was fabricated and "mostly fictional".
He said that the Jews had simply emigrated to other countries rather than having been killed, a view which some observers described as Holocaust denial
He claimed that census statistics prove there were more Jews
in Europe after World War II
Gibson said that certain Jews
advocate a global religion and one world government
Gibson’s family claimed that Steve Feuerstein misrepresented himself when he called Gibson and never revealed that he was being taped with the intent to broadcast his comments on his show, Speak Your Piece
You should read some of his quotes. This guy is totally out in space.