In a growing number of countries, one can be imprisoned for questioning the alleged holocaust of 6 million Jews under the direction of Adolf Hitler during world war two, often referred to as the “good war“. To be characterised as a “holocaust denier” or, as a result, an anti-Semite, strikes to the heart of the trained human psyche. What other question is an imprisonable offence?
Following on from the discussion on George Galloway’s Kalima Horra show in May this year that explored the economic and financial impacts of US led sanctions on Russia, I was invited to participate in a recording in late August to discuss the impact on Europe. The programme aired this week, ironically, shortly before Liz Truss … Read more