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    • 10.04.10 | 00:20 (IDT)

    Nice reasoning. Two days ago was the 16th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide. I did NOT see any article about it in this newspaper! Concerning Rwanda: I would like this (or other) newspapers to write about the growing historic revisionism popping up everywhere, suddenly claiming that there was a "double genocide" also against Hutus (which is a blatant lie). Like the recently thriving anti-zionism (=anti-judaism), there is a thriving new anti-tutsism. They have two common features: 1. The use of an "alternative historical narrative" (which is based on lies or very weak) as a tool against the current state form (a "zionist" Israel/a Rwanda headed by the Rwanda Patriotic Movement under Paul Kagame) 2. The spread of this "narrative" by the web 2.0 (definitely one of the downsides of total freedom on the web) Genocide/Holocaust denial and relativization is blossomig these days, as a political tool!

    from the article: The Holocaust isn't just about Jews
    First published 03:18 09.04.10 | Last updated 11:00 09.04.10
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