Where Holocaust denial is welcomed
Posted by mythoughtsandnews on December 18, 2006
Iran has been severely criticised for hosting a conference questioning the Holocaust. Delegates included not only some of the world’s best-known Holocaust deniers, but also white supremacists and anti-Semites.
In the BBC there’s a lot of talk about impartial broadcasting. I’ve always wondered how that would work if you were the BBC correspondent in Nazi Germany reporting on Hitler.
Would you not have to take sides? Well I got closer than ever before to this problem reporting on Iran’s Holocaust conference.
I have interviewed suicide bombers, sexually-abused children, raped women – I have seen the devastation of war and the tsunami.
Those who wish to seek the truth for them selves, instead of being told what is or what is not true, are labeled deniers. For any Jew to deny the freedom to seek the truth just means they are covering something up.
If they have nothing to hide, then they should not be trying their best to stop them. They should not be putting people in prison just for seeking the truth. They should not be arresting people and deporting them just for seeking the truth.
When any Jew or Israel acts like that, they are just showing the world that they have some thing to hide.