Thursday, November 17, 2005


David Irving, world-renowned Holocaust denier, is arrested in Austria, where denying the Holocaust is a crime...

...which reminds me of the program I heard on radio today. All about how Pinochet and other war criminals are being arrested for their crimes against humanity and human rights abuses while travelling abroad, under the auspices of international laws which require signatories to arrest suspected war criminals that remain unprosecuted in their home nations.

Those in jeopardy of foreign arrest under those treaties and agreements include American officials by the name of Cheney, Rumsfeld, Hadley, et al, for their abrogation and violation of the Geneva Convention (as well as others).

Which is worse: to deny the Holocaust as the basis of a career, or to promote and sanction the torture of uncharged, undefended prisoners of war, as policy and politics?



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