If everyone were to take this position tonight, the NWO's game would be over tomorrow. You don't necessarily have to believe that the holocaust narrative is false or even highly distorted, all you have to do is believe it's wrong to throw anyone in jail for questioning this one event. Please note that nobody is ever thrown in jail for questioning the Ukrainian genocide, or the murder of 20 million Russians at the hands of the Bolsheviks. Folks, I can be a holocaust denier if I want to be, I'm not entering your homes and making you listen to me, I'm not the one picking you up at the airport and extradicting you to a third party country to be imprisoned for not believing me, why should the Zionists be able to do that with impunity?
The word "denier" should be avoided. "Denier" is what the defenders of the orthodoxy choose to call anyone who asks questions about the official version of history, but in truth nobody is denying that bad things happen in war. Nobody is denying that the Nazis had slave-labor camps (from which the Bush family made a tidy profit). Nobody is denying that a lot of people died in WW2.
But what is being questioned is whether there was a deliberate program of extermination aimed solely at the Jewish people, when the available evidence seems to indicate that people OTHER than Jews dies in those camps, and that the vast majority of those deaths were from typhus epidemics triggered when the allies bombed critical German health infrastructure toward the end of the wars.
We KNOW that many of the post-WW2 propaganda claims made about the camps were hoaxes. The lampshades supposedly made from human skin turned out to be ordinary goat leather. The bars of soap claimed to be made form the fat of prisoners actually contain very little fat at all, the DNA tests show that the frat in question came from pigs, not people. The mythical zapping machine that explained why there were not enough bodies to justify the claim of 6 million dead could not be built now, let alone in 1945. Ground penetrating radar proves there are no mass graves at Treblinka. The list goes on and on.
Now, because of Bush's lies about Saddam's 'nookular' bombs, we are a wiser nation that knows we are lied to by government to trick us into agreeing to government policy (such as the bailout). It is right and proper that we re-examine everything we have ever been taught to see if it too was a lie, and indeed
we have learned that the lies are legion, indeed a constant fact of life in the United States. Time makes ancient truth uncouth, and we have already come to accept that there was no Spanish mine that sank the USS Maine, just as there really were no torpedoes chasing USS Maddox in the Gulf of Tonkin.
So, re-examination of history is legitimate. Yet in this one area of inquiry, tremendous legal force is used to prevent such questions. Why? I mean, if those who question the official story of WW2 are just crazy, let them speak and them prove them wrong. You don't see laws that jail people who claim Elvis is still alive. People who insist the Apollo Moon landings never happened are not arrested. People who claim to have seen Bigfoot do not have their houses firebombed. Only in this one area is the full weight of the legal system used to crush down any who dare question the orthodoxy. Not since the days of the witch burnings have we seen such legal pressure bright to coerce acceptance of dogma.
It is nothing so much as the actions of those who promote the orthodox view directed against those who ask questions that makes it obvious something is being concealed. They act like people with something to hide.