I wanted to post a relevant comment about this document from the Wannsee conference.
The words which I have italicized are those which I believe place this document in its proper context:
The first statement concerns the so-called Wannsee Protocol of January 1942. This document is said to summarize the contents of a meeting which was held among second-tier politicians of the Third Reich regarding the implementation of plans about the so-called “Final Solution of the Jewish Question.”http://germarrudolf.com/2012/10/professor-hot-air-nozzle
Prof. Eßbach claims that the fact that we do not have an exact transcript of the Wannsee conference, revisionists claim that this has to lead to doubts whether that conference took place in the first place (11: 12:49-13:00). I am not aware of any revisionist text that claims this. Regarding the Wannsee Protocol, the revisionists are basically divided into two groups:
a) One group insists that the two version of the Wannsee Protocol known today are forgeries. The reasons for this are manifold and will not be repeated here. None of the authors adhering to this thesis has ever claimed, however, that such a conference never took place. Quite to the contrary, their critique even dealt to various degrees with what the participants of this conference have claimed about it later on. When it comes to this document’s contents, this group is merely concerned with whether that which is written in the protocol conforms to what was discussed during that meeting.
b) A second group assumes at least that the protocol’s contents are authentic, and maybe that it itself is genuine, because it does not contain anything that hints at a physical extermination of the Jews. The contents of that document are therefore in basic agreement with what this group considers to be historical facts."
The question is where does this document state that the peoples listed therein are intended for slaughter? It doesn't.
No, from what I remember of the details it doesn't because they used veiled language and discussed more specifics after the formal meeting. Have you reviewed the testimony of Eichmann? He directly states that the Fuehrer ordered the physical extermination of the Jews. Everyone knew what was being discussed. But in case, for some strange reason you reject the testimony of Eichmann, here is another set of original documents for your perusal.
Harvard Law Library is assembling a digital collection of original documents. Here you can see the opening statement of the Nuremberg Trials by the United States of America.
If you care to learn more about it, you can read the entire document, and have a look around the site and read the testimonies and see the original Nazi documents. The compilation and preservation of the documents is still underway. Havard Law School Library
"Currently, a portion of the Medical Case transcript is the only trial transcript material we are able to make available. The portion offered covers the first seven days of the proceedings. The full Medical Trial extends from 21 November 1946 (defense motion for continuance) through 20 August 1947 (sentences for those convicted). It includes witness testimony, the presentation of exhibits, oral arguments by counsel, and rulings by the tribunal. (It does not include the pre-trial indictment and arraignment, the post-trial appeals, the full text of the exhibits, or the written briefs.) The English language transcript fills twenty-three bound volumes and 11538 pages.
This transcript text was keyed in from the microfilm version of the trial transcript held by the National Archives (NARA), and then proofread and edited to conform to the text in the Harvard Law School Library Nuremberg collection. In particular, the pagination was adjusted when necessary to match the Harvard copy rather than the NARA copy when the two differed; therefore, document citations in the transcript will match the transcript citations in the analysis of the documents. In addition, many typographical errors have been corrected, using brackets when the error appeared in the original text. Although we have not attempted to correct factual errors in the text systematically, some have been corrected when both the error and the correction were obvious. The intended result is a clear text, but not a perfect one. Researchers who require the precise text of the National Archives copy, errors included, should consult the NARA microfilm."http://nuremberg.law.harvard.edu/NurTranscript/TranscriptSearches/tran_about.php