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Let's hear our opponents

We have opponents. People who strongly disagree with us. This is banal. They treat us as enemies. We know exactly what the word "persecution" means. Documents pertaining to the "witch hunt" are freely available, on this site and on some others. but we do not complain. We do not feel like having real enemies, except the compulsives liars who are few, we presume. But our opponents have their views, their arguments which deserve to be known and properly rated. We are opening a space for their free expression.

Some friends will complain: "These people, they'll insist -- have an unlimited access to any type of publication, on-line or whatever. They are free to hammer out their arguments..." True enough. But our point is that this site has to carry demonstrations. We have a rational approach and we believe we can convince by rational means. So that the best is to put the pros and the cons side by side, to foster comparison. We want the reader to be in the best position to make up his (or her) mind. Is there any better choice?

Of course, some times, we shall add some comments and suggest some additions or corrections. And we shall not cover everything and everyone. Further readings can be made from our page "tools" -- "interesting websites" or "bibliographies". But here you'll find a representative selection of the main anti-revisionist writings.


-- See our page on our Opponents in French, called "la parole à nos adversaires" (lets our adversaries talk).


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