posted on Nov, 22 2012 @ 12:41 AM
reply to post by Pink Panther
And there's the polarisation again. His views are actually rather considered, and regards the holocaust thing, his sentiments have actually been
echoed by some intelligent Jews.
There is no doubt revisionists have a hard time with that aspect of history. And it needn't be that way. When it is that way, it should be brought
up, like Ahmadinejad (and many others) did.
Are we scared of uncovering a revised truth? Are we worried we'd be diminishing the very real sorrow that many groups of people endured during that
time? Are we worried that perhaps a few fibs were told in order to milk the situation (like any hard done by group would do, especially with a new
homeland in sight.. pretty big deal!)?
Do any of those questions, regardless of the answer wipe the horror of what went on? no.
But should we retire our curiosity in favour of blind acceptance? I would say no. I think It's important that our view is accurate, and blind
freddy can see there's a huge rejection of revising the holocaust, like no other event in history.
Am I saying that it didn't happen? Hell no. But should we close the books? no. Not on any topic for that matter. No reasonable person would want
that if ignorance isn't their thing.