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By ATWadmin On December 12th, 2006

Hey, did you see that the world’s top Holocaust deniers have assembled in …where else…Tehran, hosted by the genial wannabe dining companion of the 12th Imam, Iranian President Wacko Ahmadinejad.  

aush.gifThe 67 participants from 30 countries included former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke and Holocaust skeptics who have been prosecuted in Europe for questioning whether 6 million Jews were killed by the Nazis or whether gas chambers were ever used.  "The number of victims at the Auschwitz concentration camp could be about 2,007," Australian Frederick Toben told the conference, according to a Farsi translation of his remarks. "The railroad to the camp did not have enough capacity to transfer large numbers of Jews," said Toben, who was jailed in 1999 in Germany for casting doubt on the Holocaust.

I can understand Iran’s reluctance to accept the Holocaust happened. After all, it’s keen to ensure that when it’s very own special plan to "wipe Israel off the map" comes to pass, it gets ALL the credit for exterminating those bad Jews.

By the way – just remember that the demented bozos who organised this hate-fest are the same guys that James Baker and his pals believe can bring "stability" to the Middle East! Such wise men, eh?


  1. One thing I hadn’t realised – Iran , after Israel, has the second largest Jewish population in the middle east.

  2. Mad,

    Yes, but I’m sure President Wacko has plans. Maybe it’s just the Jews in Israel he hates??

  3. David – Reading about it in the Guardian – I didn’t realise there was a Jewish MP in the Iranian parliament.

    <Q>But Moris Motamed, Iran’s sole Jewish MP, labelled the gathering a "huge insult".</Q>

    And it seems bizarre that some Rabbis are attending.

    <Q>Maybe it’s just the Jews in Israel he hates??</Q>

    or maybe it’s Zionism ?

  4. I don’t object, in theory, to people holding a rational, fact-finding conference with the aim of further clarifying the truth about the Holocaust, or seeking to dispel any widely-held myths. After all, we all know that "the first casualty of war is the truth" and that propaganda abounds on all sides. Neither do I think that dissenters should be prosecuted merely for stating their views.
    However, I highly doubt that this particular conference is being held merely to seek such knowledge.

  5. Tom I agree totally

  6. didnt know where else to put this. sure to be classic blogging/internet history.



  7. Tripper,

    Wonder could I become a Texan Congressman!!

  8. >>Wonder could I become a Texan Congressman!!<<

    Probably, but only after a certain DeLay!

  9. This is just a typical stick in the eye from Iran. The fools who attend deserve each other.

  10. As I’d always known – anyone who denies the extermination of Jews by the nazis is a nazi. But I don’t want them to be silenced by any ‘holocaust denial’ laws: I want to know who they are! So come on, all those Islington luvvies who think that the "Jews have it coming". Let’s hear what you really think.