Talk:Holocaust denial denial
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As with the Holocaust Denial entry, I didn’t realize Uncyclopedia was designed as a playground for Anti-Semitic, Anti-Catholic, Anti-American, Anti-Brit and Anti-Indian terrorist-kidlings, but it certainly is. Oddly enough, the Middle East, other than Israel, fares well. I am curious to know how all of those “unfunny” articles with absolutely “no redeeming value” have not yet been deleted.
The bias is obvious. I have no problem with satire, but I do insist on fairness. Otherwise, you are no better than a Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, or David Duke (oh wait, he's friends with Ahmadinejad -- Duke could be kinda tricky).
Another thing I've noted, satire or not, there is serious lack of rigorous history and science training in our school systems. Satire should at least have some grain of truth. The majority of this pabulum is random nothingness. At least the kids know how to curse in some unique and colorful ways. On the other hand, with the advent of spell-check, their spelling is spot-on. Good job, children! Lonvom 02:58, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
edit Shouldn't the title actually refer...
...to people who think that Holocaust denial has never happened, i.e., that people David Irving either don't exist or having never said anything about the Holocaust. It would also include a denial that anyone is so crazy to believe in a Zionist conspiracy, and a general belief that everyone in the world accepts that the Holocaust happened and was horrible. But that might be harder to write... —Lenoxus 00:18, 25 February 2007 (UTC)
edit A little inconsistent
"Holocaust denial deniers believe that the extent of the atrocities committed during and leading up to World War II against minority groups in Europe by the Third Reich is much more far-reaching than most Holocaust deniers recognize."
This doesn't realy fit in... since it is not about denying the denial of the Holocaust, but an argument, that the denial is wrong!