British Bishop Richard Williamson says his research compels him to avoid resorting to "emotions" on his questions regarding the Holocaust.
There is no such thing as knowledge which is above question or re-examination. We all have a right, and in the aftermath of the Iraq "nookular bombs" lies, a moral duty, to question everything we are told that serves a political agenda.
Truth needs no law to support it. Truth is self-evident to all. Truth withstands re-examination. Truth survives questions. Throughout history, from Bruno to Galileo to Zundel, only lies and liars have resorted to the courts to enforce adherence to dogma.
We do not jail people who think Elvis is still alive. We do not wreck the careers of people who claim to have been taken for rides in UFOs. We respect the First Amendment rights of those who choose to believe in the Loch Ness Monster and Big Foot.
Only in this one area of inquiry is the full weight of government and the courts brought to bear to ensure that no questions ever dare be asked.
Why are they so terrified of a question?
What are they so afraid of?