“Holocaust Denial” is Not a Human Right, European Court Rules

Questioning of the Holocaust is not a human right, a European court ruled on Thursday, throwing out a complaint by a German nationalist politician.

Udo Pastoers, who served in the local parliament of the northeastern region of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, was convicted in Germany in 2012 after giving a speech in 2010 in which he appeared to cast doubt on whether the so-called “Holocaust” really happened.

Pastoers, a member of the patriotic National Democratic Party (NDP), lodged a complaint against the conviction with the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in 2014.

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  1. tonytran2015 · October 8, 2019

    A truth is truely a truth when it can withstand all questioning.
    No legislation can ever make “truth” from lies.
    The moment questioning is forbidden “truth” becomes an empty word devoid of any meaning.

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  2. Seax · October 10, 2019

    Oosh. Holocaust Denial is what got me started on all this Nationalism business.

    That and LeRoy being a collective dink.

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