The Holocaust Controversy and Iran - Part II
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Holocaust supporters shun rational discussion, debate: Paul Fromm
Tehran, Jan 3, IRNA
Director of the Canadian Association for Free Expression (CAFE), Paul
Fromm, believes that those who support the Holocaust do not tolerate
any rational discussion of the subject and have turned the Holocaust
into a religion. Following his defense of free speech, Mehr News
Agency asked his opinion on why Western countries were so outraged
when the Iranian
president said that if the Westerners are sincere and believe in the
Holocaust, why don't they give part of their land to the Jews and asked
why the Palestinians should have to pay the penalty for the West's
crimes. Following is the text of an interview with Paul Fromm conducted
on December 19:
Q: The Iranian president said that he thinks that the Holocaust is a
myth. However, he also said some European countries insist that Hitler
killed millions of innocent Jews and added that if the Europeans are
right, why don't they give part of their land to the Jews. Was the view
A: I agree with the Iranian president that it is wrong to make the
Palestinians pay, with the loss of their country, for guilt Europeans
may feel about their treatment of the Jews. I also agree that the story
of the 'holocaust' has been used to induce false guilt in Europeans and
North Americans. This story has allowed the Jews to acquire many
billions of dollars in reparations from Germany and other countries. It
has also made many people in Europe and North America ready to overlook
Israeli atrocities and brutality.
Q: Why do they refuse to discuss the Holocaust? If they are right,
surely they can prove that it was an event in history?
A: As the Iranian president said, in Europe you can deny the existence
of God. However, if you question the slightest aspect of the
self-serving story of Jewish sufferings in World War II, called 'the
holocaust', you can end up in prison in Europe. Historians like David
Irving, now imprisoned in Austria, and publishers Ernst Zundel and
Germar Rudolf, now imprisoned in Germany, are good examples of this
phenomenon. 'The holocaust' has become a religion. It's a religion
created by the Jews for non-Jews. Like many religions, it's a means of
controlling the believers. As a religion, the holocaust demands faith
and belief. Its supporters shun rational discussion and debate. You
must believe. To question is to be a heretic and heretics must be
Q: Why has the Holocaust become a dogma nowadays while other people
across the world are killed and nobody cares?
A: The holocaust is a selfish story serving the political and economic
interests of the Zionists. Hollywood, extensively controlled by
Zionists, pumps out endless propaganda films about the holocaust.
The sufferings of others, for instance, the 16-million Germans
ethnically cleansed from Eastern Europe, 1944-1948, receive no
Q: Why have revisionists been banned from discussing the Holocaust and
why are those who express any doubts treated like heretics?
holocaust religion serves the purpose of controlling people. It buys
Israel substantial immunity from criticism. It allows special treatment
of Jews in most Western countries. It allows Jews to have
disproportionate control of the media and the economy in Western
countries, while all the while portraying themselves as a persecuted
minority. Discussion of the holocaust would undermine the privileged
and powerful position Zionists hold in most Western countries.\
Therefore, anyone discussing or questioning aspects of the holocaust
story must be silenced.
Q: Your support for freedom of expression has caused some problems for
you, isn't that so?
A: I haven't been beaten by Jewish militia. However, Jewish pressure
led to my being fired by the Peel Board of Education because I had
supported freedom of speech, including for some individuals like
British war hero and journalist Doug Collins, who had questioned some
aspects of the holocaust story and who had called Steven Spielberg's
propaganda film 'Schindler's List' 'Swindler's List'.
CAFE is Canada's leading free speech advocacy group and has taken a
lead role in defending dissident Ernst Zundel and in raising support
and funds for his defense.
Mr. Fromm earned his B.A., B.Ed. and M.A. in English literature and
linguistics from the University of Toronto. He pursued further studies
at the University of Waterloo, the University of San Francisco and
Webster College in Missouri.
His work defending free speech has won him international recognition.
He was the 1995 recipient of the George Orwell Free Speech Award
presented by the Canadian Free Speech League and the 2002 Doug Collins
Free Speech Award presented at David Irving's Real History Conference.
He has spoken on the deteriorating free speech situation in Canada at
the Barnes Review, the Real History Conference and before meetings of
the Council of Conservative Citizens in the USA.
Mr. Fromm divides his political efforts between the struggle for free
speech and immigration reform. In 1997, after a campaign of defamation
and agitation led by the Canadian Jewish Congress and the League for
Human Rights of B'nai Brith, Mr. Fromm was fired from his position as
an instructor in English after a 25-year career.
Despite being called 'an exemplary teacher' by a former Director of
Education at the Peel Board of Education, Mr. Fromm was fired solely
for his political views expressed on his own time outside school hours.
He joins a number of other Canadian teachers disciplined or dismissed
for holding 'politically incorrect' views.
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