It seems that all is not as was previously reported, in the case of the Germans telling us what to think.
People who question the official history of recent conflicts in Africa and the Balkans could be jailed for up to three years for "genocide denial", under proposed EU legislation.The legislation would bring in an "official history" for a whole range of conflicts, that would be beyond discussion. It doesn't mention which genocides and conflicts are included, they are to be decided case by case.
If agreed by EU member states, the legislation is likely to declare open season for human rights activists and organisations seeking to establish a body of genocide denial law in Europe's courts.So the scum of the earth like Cherie Blair, will effectively be given the incentive to launch a crusade against free speech.
If our Quisling government ever pass such a evil piece of legislation, I will somehow get myself into a TV studio, and I will deny every single genocide & crime against humanity that I can possibly think of. Our free speech is far too important to let left wing wankers take it away from us.I am also of the same opinion as Deborah Lipstadt, the professor of Modern Jewish and Holocaust Studies:
"When you pass these kinds of laws it suggests to the uninformed bystander that you don't have the evidence to prove your case."