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[–] idk 0 points 53 points (+53|-0) ago 

Germany has such strange censorship laws.

Denying the Holocaust happened could land you 5 years in prison. The phrase, “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” doesn't really apply in German courts.

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[–] 0x4F [S] 2 points 43 points (+45|-2) ago 

Or even if you don't deny it, but say "come on, it was 75 years ago, get over it already" like more and more whites are doing with blacks who still file grievances about slavery -- minimizing the Holocaust is a punishable offense. Essentially, if you're not feeling guilty 24 hours a day because Anne Frank is dead, off to the gas chambers with you this time. But it's totally not the Jews who invented white guilt.

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[–] RedditDead2005-2015 3 points 35 points (+38|-3) ago  (edited ago)

That's why there's 50 Holocaust museums around the world - to reinforce the fraudulent idea of the poor Jewish victims. One of the largest museums in the Washington DC area is the Holocaust museum...to memorialize an event that happened in Europe. You don't see a 9/11 museum in Washington DC, do you? Six million, 6 million. No one ever talks about the 12 other million Russians and Polish who died during WW2 and spent time in the same concentration camps, do they?

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[–] idk 0 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago 

That's crazy. I love Germany for a lot of reasons, but their politics seem fucked & I don't think they'll get any less fucked anytime soon.

I don't agree with the Holocaust deniers, but people should be able to openly debate it, if only to change their minds.

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[–] demi_god_dylan 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

I don't think it's a jew thing I think it's just that Nazi Germany was one the only time's in recent memory where Germany actually MATTERED on a global scale, once they have another big moment as a country the whole holocaust guilt thing will start going away.

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[–] rockit 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago 

Apart from the USA, what countries does it apply to?

I've never had unrestricted free speech, nor have I ever had any problem with that. I find the 'all or nothing' approach favoured by americans to be lacking in any kind of common sense or nuance.