This was forwarded to me in an email chain the other day – one of those “please forward to your friends” kinds of things.
Now, I never, ever forward email. I probably don’t even forward email that I should, sometimes.
But this, I figured, was worth forwarding to a lot more people than I could ever pick out of my email address book:
Holocaust denial isn’t exactly mainstream today – but since I first interviewed high-profile revisionist Ernst Zündel in 1987, it’s gotten a lot less outlandish, too.
And that’s bad; the worst evils are the ones that have become banal and commonplace.