The amount of increasingly blatant and ugly hatred of ALL people placed under the categorisation of 'Jew' is not only sick and repugnant, it is also extremely damaging to the cause of seeking a fairer, more accurate history.
For those people who are currently consumed with such a character defect, please may I ask you to desist from expressing it.
RODOH is about discussing the pseudo-historical, quasi-religious narrative that has come to be called 'THE Holocaust'.
It is not a forum for expressing illogical, visceral hatred of people because of the ethnicity of the families they were born into.
The law in Canada and elsewhere quite properly protects the right of people not to be subject to publically expressed campaigns of hatred, slander and defamation. The people here doing that are therefore not only behaving immorally and illegally, but they are bringing RODOH and the revisionist cause into disrepute.The OCLA is correct when it says that denying the historical fact of the Holocaust, or claiming it’s been overblown, is not illegal in Canada. But the legal status of Holocaust denial in Canada isn’t that simple, says a specialist in constitutional law and freedom of expression.
“The OCLA makes the mistake of assuming that the absence of a law specifically banning Holocaust denial means we have no law on the matter,” says Richard Moon, a professor of law at the University of Windsor.
In Canada, hate speech is covered in sections 318 and 319 of the Criminal Code. Section 318 makes the promotion of genocide against an “identifiable group” an indictable offence.
The first half of s. 319 forbids the communication of statements that incite “hatred against any identifiable group where such incitement is likely to lead to a breach of the peace,” while the second half outlaws public statements that “willfully (promote) hatred against any identifiable group.”