Michael Hoffman's note: Questioning any aspect of the gigantic corpus of accusations against the Germans grouped under the Newspeak generic of "Holocaust denialism" is emerging as a new university subject. Presumably we will see, in the not too distant future, a doctorate conferred in "Denialism." One can envision the future curriculum: Bishop Williamsonism 101 and David Irvingism 202.
Can anyone imagine anything so absurd? What if Catholic university theology departments created studies in "Immaculate Conception Denialism" and linked these to their law schools, as the University of Leicester is doing in England?
This is all about treating the natural human right of skepticism as an entymological pathology, as if it were an anomaly, when the authentic anomaly is the imposition of the dogma of Holocaustianity itself, the last truly believed religion in the otherwise agnostic West.
And what of the denial of the holocausts in Dresden, Nagasaki and Gaza? Will these be included or excluded from consideration in the study of "genocide denial"? If I were a betting man, I'd wager they will be excluded.
Certain types of "denial" are perpetrated by the very people seeking to establish an exclusive "Holocaust" mythos limited solely or mainly to the sufferings, both real and imagined, of Judaic persons during World War II, an exceptionalism familiar to students of the Talmud and its supremacist culture. Here's the phantasmagoric press release:
See Michael's blog for the rest. I have nothing to add!