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A point-in-case is a growing movement known as “holocaust revisionism,” a vile ideology which is spreading across the internet like a racist plague. Those involved in revisionism, which is really a synonym for “denial,” often masquerade under the guise of scholarly research. True scholars examine the Holocaust to determine exactly how many innocent people died, and what methods were used in the mass extermination programs. These are the real researchers, whose work helps thwart future genocides by spreading awareness of the Nazi abominations, and the dangers of scapegoating and racial
Originally posted by quackers
I'd like to know why questioning the "official story" is racist, and why disputing the figures makes you a denier. I do not deny that the holocaust happened, but I find the discrepancy in numbers of dead between the various groups interesting enough to warrant some questioning. Playing the race card against those who do not agree with you only says that perhaps you have something to hide.
Originally posted by open_eyeballs
I have heard first hand accounts of the poor people that endured hell while being kept there against their will. These people deserve to be heard. They deserve some sort of retribution. They deserve justice. To deny their stories would be almost as worse as commiting the acts themselves.