All endeavors in history are based upon debate, scrutiny, and questioning ... except the superstition of the 'holocaust'.
"…It is not necessary to ask oneself how, technically, such a mass murder was possible. It was technically possible since it took place. Such is the point of departure required of any historical enquiry on the subject. This truth obliges us to state quite simply: there is not, there cannot be, any debate on the existence of the gas chambers."
- from a declaration, published in Le Monde, Feb. 21, 1979. Written by Pierre Vidal-Naquet and Léon Poliakov. And signed by 34 so called 'historians'