Sunday, April 19, 2009

Freedom of Speech and The Holocaust

Criminalising ‘the denying or questioning’ the “Holocaust” is a distinct act of oppression and expressed intent to obstuct truth.

If there is nothing to hide, why then is the need to legislate laws that prevent any honest attempt to suppose or present an opposing view challenging the veracity of the ‘accepted’ version of the “Holocaust”.

When solid foundation of truth and belief is on you side, one never fears a differing point of view.

The whole and MOST IMPORTANT point of this article should be, no, MUST BE the RIGHT of any individual to FREEDOM OF SPEECH as enshrined in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

That the Western democracies upholds this as a fundamental right but at the same time decree laws to incarcerate those who by legitimate discourse have an opposing view, reeks of hypocrisy and extraneous political manipulation.