13 November, 2007

Frenchman Gets Prison Term for Thought-Crime

Posted by Socrates in France, historical factualism, holocaust racket, revisionism, Socrates at 7:14 pm | Permanent Link

France’s Holocaust-denial law, called the Fabius-Gayssot Act, came from Jews such as Laurent Fabius [1]:

[Article].

[1] more about the Fabius-Gayssot Act: [Here] and [Here]


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  7. 7 Responses to “Frenchman Gets Prison Term for Thought-Crime”

    1. sgruber Says:

      If the Holocaust is the most documented event in human history (as the jews routinely claim), then why is it unlawful to question it? Shouldn’t questioners be immediately confronted with the mountain of evidence that crushes them?

      Why is it against the law to question something?

      And where are the hip types, with their bumper stickers saying “Question Everything”? Should that be “Question Everything – Except Jews”?

      Consider three notions: 1. the world is round, 2. the moon’s surface is perfectly smooth, 3. there was a “holocaust.”

      Denying #1 makes you a harmless kook, because there’s much evidence for it.

      Denying #2 got Galileo in trouble, because there’s no evidence for it.

      Denying #3 gets people jailed, because…fill in the blank.

      The people who jail others for thoughts don’t have a rational case. If they did, their opponents would look like fools – not martyrs, as they do today.

    2. Wolf Says:

      It is against the law to question the Holocaust because up to this point there has never been a satisfactory answer supported by the forensic evidence.
      Therefore a loosing debate over the scientific basis of the claim is avoided.

      In other words the claim is fraudulent and those who crafted the law banning all questions about the claim know it’s a lie.

    3. robert williams Says:

      Dear Sgruber, Good idea for bumper sticker & t-shirts.

    4. Graham Wellington Says:

      What did Charles de Gaulle say about the Holocaust?

      http://video.yahoo.com/video/play?vid=516388

    5. Celtic Warrior Says:

      Well, well, Laurent Fabius is a jew. I should have guessed that. About 10 years ago he was loudly celebrating the cultural ‘richness’ of contemporary France and proclaiming that 8 million turd-worlders were now ‘Frenchmen’.
      Jews, they NEVER change.

    6. Herrman Koenig Says:

      THE REASON i FIRST DOUBTED THE hOLOCAUST WAS BECAUSE THE JEWS PROTESTED TOO MUCH.

    7. Herrman Koenig Says:

      SEE ABOVE.