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Education by Murder in Boston

Steve of CA Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 4:21 AM
"One sign of change is the growth of political parties focused on these issues, including the U.K. Independence Party, the National Front in France, the People's Party in Switzerland, Geert Wilder's Party for Freedom in the Netherlands, the Progress Party in Norway, and the Swedish Democrats." The National Front in France is a far right party founded in 1972. Its most prominent leader, Jean-Marie Le Pen, has said, more than once, that the the Nazi gas chambers were “a mere detail in the history of the Second World War”.
Steve of CA Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 4:42 AM
Anti-Defamation League:

"Le Pen has repeatedly made statements that attempt to diminish or deny the Holocaust, once remarking that the Nazi gas chambers were "a mere detail" in history. He and his aides likewise have consistently espoused anti-Semitism. In February 1997, for example, Le Pen accused President Jacques Chirac of being "in the pay of Jewish organizations." More recently, Le Pen has toned down his anti-Jewish sentiments, while focusing his oratory against Arab immigrants from North Africa."

http://archive.adl.org/international/le-pen_new.asp
nimh2 Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 7:03 AM
Once again the "holocaust (tm)" card rears its head to destroy political opposition.

What will be the long-term impact of the Apr. 15-19 Boston Marathon attack and the ensuing action-movie-style chase, killing a total of four and wounding 265?

Let's start with what its impact will not be. It will not bring American opinion together. If the "United We Stand" slogan lasted brief months after 9/11, consensus after Boston will be even more elusive. The violence will not lead to Israeli-like security measures in the United States. Nor will it lead to a greater preparedness to handle deadly sudden jihad syndrome violence. It will not end the dispute over the motives...