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NotThe1
11-15-2008, 02:49 PM
Background: Dr. Toben is an Australian citizen and founder and director of the Adelaide Institute and author of works on education, political science and history. He completed a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Stuttgart in 1977. In 1999 he was imprisoned for nine months at Mannhein, Germany for breaching Germany's Holocaust Law, Section 130. In 2002 a judgement was passed in the Federal Court of Australia that prohibits him from questioning/denying the three pillars on which the Holocaust-Shoah myth is erected:
War On You: Should History Be Decided In A Courtroom? (http://waronyou.blogspot.com/2008/11/should-history-be-decided-in-courtroom.html)

BlueAngel
11-17-2008, 12:31 AM
Background: Dr. Toben is an Australian citizen and founder and director of the Adelaide Institute and author of works on education, political science and history. He completed a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Stuttgart in 1977. In 1999 he was imprisoned for nine months at Mannhein, Germany for breaching Germany's Holocaust Law, Section 130. In 2002 a judgement was passed in the Federal Court of Australia that prohibits him from questioning/denying the three pillars on which the Holocaust-Shoah myth is erected:
War On You: Should History Be Decided In A Courtroom? (http://waronyou.blogspot.com/2008/11/should-history-be-decided-in-courtroom.html)

Whether the historic outcome is right or wrong, history is many times decided in a courtroom.

Shoud it be?

Doesn't appear to me that WE have a choice in the matter.

It is what IT IS.

OJ Simpson.