Prof. Richard Lynn writes re the observation below:
"I've checked out Churchill's Second World War & the statement is quite correct - not a single mention of Nazi "gas chambers," a "genocide" of the Jews, or of "six million" Jewish victims of the war. This is astonishing. How can it be explained?
While I welcome any support to get a debate on the issues going, I presume that Prof Lynn is already fighting a war at another controversial front (IQ, heredity). Such statements may be abused by opponents of scientific freedom to throw Red herrings at the non-hegemonic view in either debate. "But look, this racist is also a holocaust denier" - "You know, Lynn's statement proves that Holocaust deniers are racist". I exaggerated the clarity a bit.... usually the presently hegemonic side loves to veil their wording so that an unsuspecting, gullible listener won't notice immediately that they're taken for a ride.