While I disagree on the way Wikipedia words this, I think it's slightly misleading to call their reporting of the fact that people do, in fact, deny the Holocaust, an endorsement. A few people do not believe in the Holocaust, and this is a fact, regardless of the validity of this belief. MountainDew 16:24, 6 April 2007 (EDT)
- Well, I've raised this issue in several forums with Wikipedia; and given the way the term "Holocaust denier" is so lightly thrown around in Wikipdia (it is Chip Berlet calling Danial Brandt a Holocaust denier, and Wikipedia's refusal to take it down, that is the root cause of all the problems WP has had with Brandt), it's not surprising this pejoritive has boomeranged home once again. RobS 16:31, 6 April 2007 (EDT)
- OK, so the stuff about Wikipedia's abuse of the term gives undue weight right now; I do intend to bring it back, however, as the article expands. And there are other issues regarding Wikipedia & Holocaust denial that also need sun light. RobS 23:11, 8 April 2007 (EDT)
How is holocaust denial different from denying that slavery ever existed in the United States, because it doesn't exist now?
I find this article offensive. I am a holocaust denier myself. Hamtandrus 18:11, 13 April 2007 (EDT)
Then please crawl back under your rock.--Dave3172 00:34, 14 April 2007 (EDT)