The Richard Williamson sage continues on the Huffington Post with this thread, about his recent conviction. It's a very popular thread with over 900 comments, and it's still going strong. Most of the discussions in the thread were about the nature of free speech versus hate speech, whether or not it's okay to legislate people's thoughts, and so forth. Other discussions were not so civil, and they usually took the form of Holocaust cynicism and other forms of not-quite-anti-Semitism. Anti-Zionists Theou and zbowling were out on the thread as well, the former defending Holocaust deniers with all his might and claiming that they were only "asking questions," the latter accusing the Jews of making the Holocaust all about them and trying to equate it with the Nakba. And of course, cliffhammond was there as well, with more comments than the one we spotlighted on Friday.
Here are the comments that I felt were worthy of note. I suggest you take a look at them.
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Then again is it not a shame for those who are crying on Holocausts and seek justice indulge in deeds that tantamount similar to Holocaust for over 60 years on occupied land. If denial of this Holocaust committed for over 60 years in occupied land by the descendants of dead in Holocaust in Germany can be denied by the world body and no case is taken up in any court not even in International court of justice then why not the Holocaust of Germany can be denied?