Very sadly, Russian leader Putin has signed into law a bill that outlaws “Holocaust denial.” I don’t mean to “beat a dead horse,” but as I pointed out in my Inconvenient History essay, “The Non-Jewish Stake in the Holocaust Mythology,” the Russian government has a vested interest in promoting the Holocaust ideology, and the latter will continue to survive and thrive as long as this is so. Although Russia supplies and backs Israel’s enemies, on the issue of the Holocaust mythology there is convergence of interests between International Jewish Zionism and Israel on the one hand, and the Russian government on the other hand.
However, Russia’s outlawing of “Holocaust denial” may have a different effect upon those Eastern European peoples that are currently in conflict with Russia and who backed the Germans during WWII. Russia’s criminalization of Holocaust Revisionism could spark in these anti-Russian ethnic groups a renewed interest in debunking the Holocaust, as the latter may correctly see that the nefarious Holocaust ideology is simply an ideological weapon of their main enemy, the Russian government. So, why shouldn’t these anti-Russian ethnic groups debunk an ideology that is used against their people and county???