Saturday, May 9, 2009

Holocaust-fraud deniers committed to thought control

Paul Craig Roberts has published an article in Counter Punch titled Criminalizing Criticism of Israel. Roberts is coauthor of The Tyranny of Good Intentions. With regard to an open debate on the Holocaust question he writes:

“Most of Europe has already criminalized doubting the Holocaust. It is a crime even to confirm that it happened but to conclude that less than 6 million Jews were murdered. Why is the Holocaust a subject that is off limits to examination? How could a case buttressed by hard facts possibly be endangered by kooks and anti-semitics? Surely the case doesn’t need to be protected by thought control."

Holocaust-fraud deniers disagree. They need thought control to cover up the massive fraud they are involved with. Thought control, through the use of retrogressive law, is just the ticket for them. They understand that if they were to allow what is fraudulent in The Story to be revealed as fraud, it would diminish profits considerably.

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