One of the interlocutors is a Jew arrogantly calling himself “Inevitable Historicity.” He is there to defend his ethnic group’s cherished myth. He is generally tedious, tending constantly to divert attention from the big points that matter to hairsplitting arguments about points that do not matter. When proven wrong on some point, he pretends that he did not mean what he obviously did mean (weaselwording his rhetoric in advance so that he can do this). But he did make one valuable admission.
For Jews, the Holocaust is not the core complaint against Hitler or National-Socialism. For Jews, the fact that the National-Socialists opposed Jewish power (“anti-Semites”) in an effective manner (“authoritarian”) is enough to make them “some of the worst people in history.” The Holocaust is a complaint that Jews invented, essentially as an afterthought, to make the non-Jewish world sympathize with their anti-German vendetta.