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lol, just read the "About AHO":
Its purpose is to serve as a network of organizations and individuals for the advancement of Holocaust programming, awareness, education and research.
Research? How scientific of them!!!
Maybe there isn't anything to do about it as simple as zapping it all with a ray gun but the more the merrier.
The more organizations they have the more their squealing against the right of Holocaust revisionists having their say the more ridiculous and suspicious it should appear to the typical mind.
Hundreds of Holocaust organizations having their way? So what's the problem with revisionists having their say?
Somewhere they state:
The word "Holocaust" literally means "massacre by fire."
Of course, the Jews are the only ones to have suffered a massacre by fire.
Incidently, in Japanese "aho" is slang for "idiot".
It's the alleged 'massacre by fire' of Jews ....since the story as alleged has been demonstrated to be absurd and unsupportable against informed Revisionists.
And by the way, I have talked to many Japanese who think the gas chambers, gas vans stories, the nonexistent mass graves, and the various absurdities are preposterous. They are not so shy about saying it either; afterall, their country has no laws to prevent examination of what is scientifically impossible as alleged.
While I am not aware of any "laws" per se that could send people to jail for making public their doubts about the "holocaust" story, I doubt that they enjoy any more freedom than the rest of the world does with regards to the "holocaust" story.
Here's what the IHR says:
"In early 1995 a major Japanese magazine, Marco Polo, was forced to shut down because it had published a ten-page article disputing the orthodox Holocaust extermination story."
Anyway, not disputing anything about laws, just talking about pressurisation. I think anything could be done (even laws changed) through outside (even irrelevant - what do Jews have to do with Japan anyway?!) pressure/interference.
But they did have a news conference as well.. I don't know.
Anyway, that is what the AHO is there for, no? For defending Jewish interests around the world....
Hannover wrote:...I have talked to many Japanese who think the gas chambers, gas vans stories, the nonexistent mass graves, and the various absurdities are preposterous.
I hope that represents a widespread opinion in Japan. The few Japanese I talked to about the hoax seemed very surprised, but they were all in their early twenties. They seemed to believe me but maybe they were just being polite.
It does indeed seem like there are no laws against expressing revisionist views in Japan. But they can be easily pressured since they do greatly depend on exports. Liberation (widespread distribution of truth ) will likely not start in Japan, US seems to have a better chance.
During the Marco Polo incident, Rabbi Abraham Cooper (associate dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center) said "We felt very proud that business leaders around the globe spoke out on behalf of the (Holocaust) victims," referring to a successful economic boycott launched by SWC, which resulted in Cartier, Mitsubishi Motors, Volkswagen and others canceling their advertising.
The doctor that wrote the article that resulted in the disappearance of the popular Marco Polo magazine had a book published (in Japanese) recently where he again disputes the Auschwitz story and also includes the Marco Polo story. I hope the book will do well.
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