American Pravda: Holocaust denial

By Ron Unz

Until thirty years ago, Communist rule over the USSR and its Warsaw Pact allies seemed absolutely permanent and unshakeable, but the roots of that belief had totally rotted away, leaving behind nothing more than a hollow façade. Then one day, a gust of wind came along, and the entire gigantic structure collapsed. I wouldn’t be surprised if our current Holocaust narrative eventually suffers that same fate, perhaps with unfortunate consequences for those too closely associated with having maintained it.

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Daily Northwestern’s Defense of Holocaust Denial Column “A Stunning Disregard for Journalistic Ethics”

Chicago, IL, February 16, 2006 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) today called the The Daily Northwestern’s defense of its decision to run a column by a well-known Holocaust denier “irresponsible journalism.” The paper today ran an editorial defending its decision to run a February 14 column by Arthur Butz, a well-known Holocaust denier and Northwestern University professor of electrical engineering, on the basis of seeking a “balanced perspective” and “fairness.”

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