The effort to be honest is a strenuous business. Autobiographers are especially aware of this. Being honest and knowing what is going on at the same time of course are two different things. There is a sense in which none of us knows what is going on, so it might be a good idea for each of us to give the other the benefit of the doubt.
(IRAN) “The Irrational Vocabulary of the American Professorial Class with Regard to the Holocaust Question”
Good afternoon (morning?). I’m very pleased to be here.
Today I will suggest that the American professorial class uses an irrational vocabulary to respond to revisionist arguments questioning the orthodox Holocaust story.
That the decision of the American professorial class to exploit this irrational vocabulary is a deliberate decision to avoid communication.
That the purpose in deliberately choosing to not communicate as scholars to either students or colleagues is to, effectively, nurture and protect an academic environment in which it is taboo to question the “unique monstrosity” of the Germans during World War II. [Read More]