And the people who deny the holocaust today are more than likely to believe that 911 was an inside job. It's the same mindset of denying the complete evidence, taking things out of context and extrapolating a different outcome. It's dangerous, extremely in fact. Hitler used the same kind of conspiracies to build hatred of the Jews. Now I'm not trying to suggest you are a holocaust denier, in fact I would be very shocked if you were, but these events from the recent Newtown massacre to the Boston bombing are being exploited by anti-government and typically right wing groups, to further their agendas. Alex Jones is one such person, that's for sure. They're dangerous for another reason too. Our safety is at risk if we don't act to stop these terrorists. That can mean some uncomfortable surveillance. People who have been convinced that all this terrorism is carried out or allowed to happen by the USG, are not likely to accept increased surveillance. Indeed they are likely to see that as one of the USG goals in the first place. Sensible and properly monitored surveillance is critical to preventing more of these attacks.
You should have been in Germany in the 1930s. You and your sort - those who kneel to authority by default, as if Government Is God, are the mindset who enabled Hitler and the Nazis to gain power...those who failed to ask what had to be asked, and failed to challenge what needed to be challenged. They blindly followed the propaganda - look what then happened.
You and your mindset would have been first in line to try on a shirt in a fetching shade of brown and march in lockstep towards tyranny. You are one of those who consistently refuse to question authority, assuming they are correct every time (despite plenty of evidence to the contrary in numerous cases). In your obsessive zeal to protect the powers-that-be and justify their behaviors and reactions, you remain unable to make the distinction between those who ask questions to which sensible answers have not been given, and those who point the finger of blame.
And no, I am NOT a Holocaust denier. Very far from it... That you would suggest such displays more about your nature than mine. Actually, I am actually less of a Holocaust denier than many high profile people and organizations, especially here in the US, who appear to either not recognize or "brush to the side as irrelevant", the fact that at least 5.5 million people who perished at the hands of the Nazis were not Jewish. Some estimates put the Holocaust death toll at as many as 24 million total.... but apparently, we're not supposed to recognize that others were exterminated, because would not that be displaying anti-semitism, as well as failing to conform with accepted Holocaust History. Perhaps those who have written mainstream Holocaust history, as most people now know it, omitted those millions others on account of their 'lesser status as human beings'? I have never been able to relate to the racist mindset - so this unofficial but widely accepted selective Holocaust denial by omission and silence, as regards the extermination of up to 18 million others is a mystery.
Where is your evidence that those who question the government's account of 9/11 are likely to be Holocaust deniers? That is utter drivel and claptrap. Find me one successfully peer reviewed study, un-rebutted, which supports your infantile assertion.
Meanwhile, get that brown shirt ordered.