Didn't watch it but:
1. 'Celeb' needs publicity. What to do?
2. Trot out person no-one is going to believe anyway.
3. Sorted! 'Celeb' in public eye. Denier thinks he's influenced someone. Virtue-signallers happy. What's not to like?
Yup! Once again, making it up to suit your own agenda.David Baddiel has made quite a few do***entaries on Judaism and the holocaust in the past, I know that because I've watched a few of them.
Both sets of his parents have German Jewish heritage and both sets escaped from Nazi Germany on the eve of war in 1939. His extended family was not so lucky and all of them perished.
Baddiel, despite having Jewish heritage is a confirmed atheist.
The rise of the far right in Europe and the UK this past few years has seen an increasing amount of holocaust denial, this of course coinciding with the last few survivors of that event gradually passing away, hence the do***entary.
You know nothing about the man, you admit you didn't watch the film and yet all you can do is attack it on the premise of "virtue signalling".
So let's have it Bas - do you think the holocaust was faked or not?
person no-one is going to believe anyway.
Denier thinks he's influenced someone.
What a joke! Who do you think you are?So let's have it Bas
We were discussing The Holocaust, where JC attempted to score points by suggesting that I was a denier, and I was reminded that some are given to assert: "You Brits invented the concentration camp!" implying that 'concentration camp' = 'extermination camp'.Who mentioned the Boer war?
I would like to mention in this context that some Norwegian sailors sailed for England during WW2, and some for Germany. The distribution of Norwegian sailors between the two sides had not completely to do with what port they were in when Norway was invaded (a few ships broke through their blockade in neutral harbours), nor completely to do with the fact that they both were forced to sail - to refuse was desertion. However, it certainly was the overriding influential factor. Of course, only one side joined in the victory parades, and got medals for doing things that they had not themselves decided to do.To put it a another way.......Baz.
Would you have been flying a Spitfire or an ME109?
Yup! Once again, making it up to suit your own agenda.
What a joke! Who do you think you are?
Of course, clearly a virtue-signalling grief groupie.
Have you ever heard of, or read, a book called: "The scourge of the swastika"?
No? Then I'll tell you about it.
It was written by a senior Army officer, IIRC in the legal department, who was involved in the post WW2 investigations and trials and published about 1954.
I read it in my early teens. It is a truly shocking account of extermination camps by someone with no axe to grind.
p.s. Never let anyone point the finger at the Brits and say that we invented the type of concentration camps used by the NAZIs.
Ours were to keep Boers from feeding and supporting commandos, not for extermination.
Your question does not deserve the courtesy of an answer.I asked you a simple question, a question I think was warranted considering your post and others made in a similar vein elsewhere recently.
Rather than actually answer that question you went off on a deliberate tangent on a point which nobody had actually mentioned.
So, do you think the holocaust was faked?