The holocaust industry is scarred stiff about holocaust denial on facebook. Around 25 holocaust experts from around the world have written this letter to Mark Zuckerberg:https://www.aegistrust.org/wp-content/u ... erberg.pdf
The holocaust industry is for freedom of speech, BUT...
"We sympathise with your stated desire to bolster freedom of speech, even to those whose views
you personally find abhorrent. We also salute your recognition that there may be varying kinds of intent
in the hearts and minds of those who post such views on Facebook - including those you were
quoted as saying may innocently be “getting a few things wrong”."
Do they really sympathize or are they lying through their teeth? Let's see:
"Yet Facebook must not allow complete and utter falsehoods about the Holocaust, and about the
Jewish people, to go systematically unchecked. Virulent antisemitism is a proven pathway that leads
from rhetorical hatred to actions of violence. Freedom of speech laws are not a reason to do nothing
— inaction is always the opportunity for evil to flourish.
All genocide starts with distortion of the truth and prejudice..."
O.K. I expect to see the desecration of Jewish graves in the future or other false flag operations in order to promote their cause of censorship. This is how amazon was pressured to stop CODOH from selling books on Amazon. Watch this if you don't believe me:http://holocausthandbooks.com/index.php ... =150#watch
So how does the holocaust industry want to control facebook?
"Since Facebook runs across the national borders which constitute society, we beseech you to work
with us to protect society against one of the longest and darkest hatreds which, in the space of just
three generations, is seriously beginning to threaten it once again.
We offer you tangible, rapidly executable steps towards Facebook becoming part of the solution.
We can deliver proven educational resources in multiple languages, ready for digital deployment with
Facebook — important as you may wish to break the task down by different jurisdictions with different
laws. We can offer cost-free professional development programs for educators on Facebook to
give them resources, skills and confidence to tackle hate and prejudice, and to teach empathy, understanding
and respect. And we have thousands of shareable stories that reveal the personal dimension
of hate-based violence and the inspiring people who have stood up against it — some in
interactive format. ..."
The truth must be protected againist "hatred" and "genocide". I have to admire them for their sly tactics and verbiage. I have no respect for these "holocaust experts" who have museums, libararies, government funding, hollywood-movies and million dollar budgets in order to promote their version of history. But, they fear to debate a ragtag group of hounded and defamed revisionists who are virtually without any resources and have but one weapon, their words.
If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.