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Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?

 
A_Historian
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POLL: Should Questioning the Holocaust be Illegal in the United States
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From a free speech perspective do you agree or disagree that the best way one can dissuade people who many believe hold incorrect or bigoted opinions about the Holocaust and to stop them from convincing more people to their side is to openly tackle each of their views in a public and academic way?

Or, do you believe that as in Europe it should simply be illegal to question the Holocaust?
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fuck no.
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From a free speech perspective do you agree or disagree that the best way one can dissuade people who many believe hold incorrect or bigoted opinions about the Holocaust and to stop them from convincing more people to their side is to openly tackle each of their views in a public and academic way?

Or, do you believe that as in Europe it should simply be illegal to question the Holocaust?
 Quoting: A_Historian


Why even ask a stupid question like that. Its only USA thats scared of Israel, not us lot.
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Re: Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?
Many believe that Holocaust denial encourages further anti- Semitism and that those who deny the Holocaust are anti-Semitic.

I approach the subject from a strictly historic point of view and do not support nor encourage anti-Semitism. Nor do I support those who use the Holocaust to further an agenda such as the Neo-Nazi's.

It is groups like them that make any attempts at legitimate research near impossible.
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11/11/2012 06:35 AM
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The tales of the Holocaust have already been completely savaged. It started 66 years ago when the legends of jews being exterminated by German atomic bombs were proven a total hoax while the Nuremberg kangaroo court trials were still going on.

66 years later there is not much left of that jewish fairy tale still standing. 20 years from now there will not be one single person left on earth who still believes that rubbish. Unfortunately we have to wait for all those old fleabag jew bullshit artists to die off so we can save them the humiliation of being tagged as liars in their old age.

After they're gone, that'll be the end of it and jew propaganda artists can set about crafting their psychobabble excuses for why it went on as long as it did and why the poor jew bullshit artists were really just victims of the lie like everybody else. They'll have a tough time explaining it all but they'll come up with something.
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Data mine much?
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It is groups like them that make any attempts at legitimate research near impossible.
 Quoting: A_Historian


Huh?

As far as I can tell, it's mainstream "history" that makes
such attempts impossible.
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No shit. It's not the neonazis who are putting people in solitary at maximum security prisons for three or 4 years for not believing the legend of the Holocaust.
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The tales of the Holocaust have already been completely savaged. It started 66 years ago when the legends of jews being exterminated by German atomic bombs were proven a total hoax while the Nuremberg kangaroo court trials were still going on.

66 years later there is not much left of that jewish fairy tale still standing. 20 years from now there will not be one single person left on earth who still believes that rubbish. Unfortunately we have to wait for all those old fleabag jew bullshit artists to die off so we can save them the humiliation of being tagged as liars in their old age.

After they're gone, that'll be the end of it and jew propaganda artists can set about crafting their psychobabble excuses for why it went on as long as it did and why the poor jew bullshit artists were really just victims of the lie like everybody else. They'll have a tough time explaining it all but they'll come up with something.
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bump
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Re: Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?
The tales of the Holocaust have already been completely savaged. It started 66 years ago when the legends of jews being exterminated by German atomic bombs were proven a total hoax while the Nuremberg kangaroo court trials were still going on.

66 years later there is not much left of that jewish fairy tale still standing. 20 years from now there will not be one single person left on earth who still believes that rubbish. Unfortunately we have to wait for all those old fleabag jew bullshit artists to die off so we can save them the humiliation of being tagged as liars in their old age.

After they're gone, that'll be the end of it and jew propaganda artists can set about crafting their psychobabble excuses for why it went on as long as it did and why the poor jew bullshit artists were really just victims of the lie like everybody else. They'll have a tough time explaining it all but they'll come up with something.
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+1
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Fact is, that the "alternative", "revisionist", "conspiracy-
theorist" whathaveyou viewpoints offer much more plausible
perspective than schoolbook history.

It is bloody obvious, that the European trauma needed to be
absolutely connected to racism, to set the foundation for
"multiculture".

How come our history teachers never ever mentioned the
Jewish declaration of war on Germany in 1933..?
Or the fact that the specific number 6 000 000 was in
political use loooong before the nazis appeared..?

Man, we read about hundreds of wars, hundreds of peaces -
never once one single word of which institutions handled
the enormous reparations...nor how, exactly.

That questioning bloody anything is illegal in the EU, speaks
bloody volumes about the ruling political class' attitude
towards trying to find truth.
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Re: Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?
should questions be banned?

Are You Fucking dumb or what
try reading the laws of the country you call home....
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Re: Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?
From a free speech perspective do you agree or disagree that the best way one can dissuade people who many believe hold incorrect or bigoted opinions about the Holocaust and to stop them from convincing more people to their side is to openly tackle each of their views in a public and academic way?

Or, do you believe that as in Europe it should simply be illegal to question the Holocaust?
 Quoting: A_Historian


Why even ask a stupid question like that. Its only USA thats scared of Israel, not us lot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27209687


Didn't we just re-elect an Israel hating president? 5a

(which is just about the only thing I LIKE about the guy)

So why should we still be catering to these bozos.
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Re: Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?
what is the point of this stupid fucking question anyway?
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11/11/2012 09:40 AM
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Re: Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?
OF COURSE NOT!!!! Why would questioning ANY event in history be illegal?! To make it so, shows that TPTB don't want any honest investigation of said event.

Think about this...

In Europe, a Christian continent, it's not illegal to question the deity of Jesus (the ostensible "son of God" in the Christian religion), but it IS illegal to question the Holocaust. That, my friends, is major OWNAGE!!!!
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Re: Shoould Questioning The Holocaust Be Illegal In The United States?
No, people have the right to be idiots. It's part of freedom of speech.

There is no reason to protect the speech of people that everybody agrees with.

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