Holocaust revisionist David Cole/Stein writes something guaranteed to annoy everyone:
In most cases, repression against revisionists and deniers has been carried out through the courts (and in Canada and Australia, via “human rights commissions”).
Is it deplorable? Entirely. It’s foul. It’s execrable. It needs to end. But let’s not forget that the Jewish groups that rammed through those laws did so under the laws of the various European nations they targeted, exploiting free speech weaknesses in mealy-mouthed, pussified leftist nations.
Rotten? Yeah. But done under the law. And reversible under the law, should those nations ever find their balls.
On the other hand, Muslim “defenders of the faith” in Europe just like killing. Heads cut off, throats slit, bodies riddled with bullets. The Theo van Gogh murder, the Toulouse and Montauban shootings, the Jewish Museum shooting in Belgium, the attempted ax attack on Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, the attempted assassination of Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks, the Stockholm bombings, and last week’s Charlie Hebdo massacre. No subtlety, just brutality.