Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Mehr News: "Ahmadinejad’s Reasonable Stance on the Holocaust"

We have met denier Paul Grubach before on this blog. Here is yet another example of the fact that Ahmadinejad's lunacy where the Holocaust is concerned is generally shared by Iran's news agencies:
An American researcher and a Holocaust Revisionist believe that Ahmadinejad’s points of view on Holocaust are right and reasonable.

A considerable article by Paul Grubach, to Mehr,

In a recent interview with CNN’s Larry King Live, Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad rightly noted that the Zionist lobby blocks neutral and objectively fair research on the alleged Holocaust. When Larry King asked him if, from his point of view, the Holocaust did not happen, the Iranian leader responded: "No, what I am saying is let more research to be done."

In late September of 2007, President Ahmadinejad had another confrontation over the Holocaust when he spoke at Columbia University’s school of international and public affairs. At the New York institution of higher learning he was given a hostile reception by Columbia’s president Lee Bollinger. The intrepid Iranian leader was criticized for his questioning of the orthodox view of the Holocaust.

Directing his barbs at Ahmadinejad’s Holocaust skepticism, Bollinger emphatically stated: "The truth is that the Holocaust is the most documented event in human history."2 At the dawn of a more enlightened age, this statement will be looked upon as absurd. As we shall soon see, President Ahmadinejad’s view on the Holocaust is actually very reasonable, as the Holocaust is a questionable and even dangerous doctrine that needs more critical scrutiny. [...]
The rest of the article is the usual rot.

Crossposted on Soccer Dad

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