I have mixed emotions about Zundel. Was this man promoted by the nutwork to be a stand out example to create unnecessary laws to stop dissent?
Despite your take on the Holocaust, the ability to question the official narrative of anything is the real story here.
I always knew that, yet the story kept returning to the emotional themes that Zundel loved Hitler, hated Jews, and denied the Holocaust.
If you read what he said and printed, then you know these talking points are all half truths, the deadliest of truths to try and defend or refute.
Now, to even use the word Jew or Holocaust in a spoken or written sentence is toxic. It’s like touching a live power wire. One doesn’t dare do it in polite, or even impolite company.
The story of Zundel is complex and beyond the attention span of today’s human. It cannot be boiled down to a few minutes.
Even before fakeology, I was always interested, like most, in what I was told to detest and defy. I chose the contrarian path, and was even more interested in what was verboten.
I will never accept the term denier for any of my views.
Questioner is fine, and should be a label everyone is ok with wearing.
The usual sad and sick hypocrisy from those who tell us what to think:
That Zundel was still spreading these views very much upset the Jewish Defence League, whose Canadian director Meir Weinstein commented Sunday: “Hitler Lover Ernst Zundel is dead … Time for a party.”
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