Sunday, November 26, 2006

Faurisson "is not able to understand complex technical or scientific problems"

That was said not by just any bozo, but by a "revisionist" guru Fritz Berg at RODOH forum:
Faurisson is a great hero of revisionism generally and for me as well, even though he has made mistakes. He is not able to understand complex technical or scientific problems.
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So much for this silly cartoon:

1 comment:

Scott Smith said...

Sergey said:

<< So much for this silly cartoon: >>

Actually, the cartoon is quite apt considering that Faurisson was the first to systematically challenge the Zyklon-B gassing claims on technical grounds and inspired the first forensic examinations of the death chambers and claims in question.

That Faurisson has stubbornly refused to modify incorrect conclusions based on faulty technical arguments does not speak well of his critical methodology, for sure, but his was once the lone skeptical voice challenging the dogma, and he certainly gets due credit for that.

:-)