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Free Speech: self-serving censor Tony Blair saves the Jews from Holocaust deniers

by | 5th, June 2015

Photos of Jewish children in Auschwitz concentration camp museum (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979), Poland

Photos of Jewish children in Auschwitz concentration camp museum (UNESCO World Heritage List, 1979), Poland

 

Tony Blair is an idiot. Tony Blair says Holocaust denial should be a crime.

The idiot thinks Holocaust deniers are so powerful their voices must be made taboo. He says their ridiculous, wholly racist views should not be debated. He says anyone for whom the Holocaust is fact is so weak-minded, sensitive and shockable they will be undone by an anti-Semite who says it was all a lie.

Tony Blair champions censorship. He denies free speech. He denies the right to offend and to be offended.

He makes Jewish suffering the taboo to be challenged.

He makes martyrs of people who should be pariahs.

He is the enemy of freedom.

Here’s the thing, Tony: the Holocaust deniers are just the people who were on the other side. When the war ended, it was not the death of anti-Semitism. That horror just mutates; the bigots find a new excuse to get the Jews.

Blair, who wears his Christian god on his sleeve, is keen to be on the side of the good, taking on the scum who attack Jews, making liars of the murdered and using their suffering as a cosh to beat them – what else is the comparing of Israeli Army action to the Nazis but fometing the idea that the Jews never learn and are deserving of collective punishment?

The anti-Semites deny the Holocaust was a lie but think it a great idea.

Tony Blair uses the Holocaust to make a case for his own moral goodness. For him the Holocaust it part of a ceremonial industry in affirmation.

The Holocaust according to Tony Blair is not about the Jews – it is all about him, a perma-tanned beacon of State-approved history and an illiberal enemy of free speech.

 

 



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