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"I want to hear you say it! Say it!" sounds reminiscent of a priest intimidatingly demanding that Galileo proclaim "The Sun revolves around the Earth!"
I don't know how to directly link to the particular day; so for future reference, here's a direct link to Mami's copy of the broadcast:
http://grizzom.blogspot.com/2015/01/dav ... 50105.html
David Duke recorded this interview with his cellphone while it was happening and placed it on his website at:
http://davidduke.com/dr-duke-cnn-hear-u ... interview/
The full interview is about twice as long and has a little more about his Holocaust position starting at about 13:20. It seems like a more or less reasonable sound bite position to take in such a situation given that the definition of "Holocaust" is so fuzzy to most people not interested in the controversies around it.
I noticed that the Daily Stormer comments bring up at least a couple times some mentioning of censuses refuting the 6 million position. I hope those making those comments look into their position and find that this "censuses refute 6 million" allegation is simply untrue and therefore not a good sound bite. The population dynamics of the time are not sound bite material - read Sanning for reference. The "census" allegation is false on its face and will only hurt a Revisionist position on the issue.
spaceboy wrote:"I want to hear you say it! Say it!" sounds reminiscent of a priest intimidatingly demanding that Galileo proclaim "The Sun revolves around the Earth!"
The religious comparison is very apt indeed. Smerconish demands of Duke, "do you believe in the Holocaust?" "Believe in?" That sounds exactly like something out of the Inquisition..."Do you believe in the Christ? Do you believe there is no God but our God?"
However he personally meant that to come out, it speaks volumes about how most like him view this matter - and that is to say, it is indeed a religion, and blind-faith is mandatory, lest you are branded a heretic!
Morris Venezia: Of course I was every day over there.
Carol Stulberg: Can you describe to us what it looked like?
Morris Venezia: It’s nothing to describe
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