McCormick Prof. Arthur Butz has, after many years of total obscurity in anything but the world of Holocaust deniers, once again grabbed headlines. Continue reading
Why will we not debate the validity of the Holocaust with Arthur Butz or anyone else? Continue reading
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.”
By Arthur R. Butz
I have been asked “why people are so reluctant to consider” the validity of “Holocaust” revisionism. I shall try to answer that, showing the relationship to Iranian President Ahmadinejad.
This appeared in the February 13 issue of the Daily Northwestern.
A Northwestern University professor known for denying the Holocaust happened has publicly sided with Iran’s hard-line president, who has been on a campaign against Israel.
In the wake of the international uproar that arose in response to Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad’s contention that the Holocaust is a myth, the Mehr News Agency spoke with Prof. Arthur R. Butz, an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Northwestern University, about his views on the issue.
I will start with you bastard! How can you say the holocaust never happened, I survived it. Continue reading