Stephen Sizer today on his blog compares Tony Blair’s negotiations with Binyamin Netanyahu to Neville Chamberlain’s negotiations with Adolf Hitler. Sizer also links to an article by Stephen Lendman, a far right journalist who writes for the conspiratorial anti-Jewish Rense site and defends Holocaust denier Fred Tobin on TV.
We read at Mathaba News International this transcript of a TV debate alongside Peter Hardung of the Holocaust-denying Adelaide Institute. When the presenter questions Hardung about the arrest of Fred Tobin, the following conversation ensues:
Peter, this was all because he published questions concerning the veracity of the Holocaust at www.adelaideinstitute.org ?
I just wrote about Canadian Professor Denis Rancourt – fired from Univ. of Ottawa for supporting Palestinians. In America, same fate for Norman Finklestein, Joel Kovel and others. Ward Churchill for all his honest views.
Yes, Fredrick Toben published such views, and was never, even once given the opportunity in court to explain or prove his claims.
Yes Stephen, that is evidently so. And that was a great article you wrote, and shows that censorship has extended heavily to academia and universities, where knowledge is not allowed to be imparted, nor how to THINK.
Israel copyrights the “holocaust” as if it was only one in history. Unmentioned in WW II alone is the 20 million Slavs killed, including Jews, of course but mostly others.