From the October 24, 2013 CTV article, Amazon called on to pull books denying holocaust, glorifying rape and incest:
“A number of groups, including the World Jewish Congress, are calling on Amazon to stop selling books that deny the Holocaust, as well as Nazi paraphernalia from its website. They say if the retailer refuses, the next step will be a boycott.“
“The online retailer made headlines earlier in October when a media report revealed that Amazon carries a number of books with the titles like “Did six million really die? The truth at last,” “The Synagogue of Satan” and “The myth of extermination of the Jews.”“
My response to this threat of a boycott by some Jewish extremists is to purchase the very books in question from Amazon, to show my support for freedom of speech and inquiry of all historical matters, despite how uncomfortable the findings may prove to be for some.
Here are my receipts:
Fortunately, there is also the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, among others, standing up for freedom of speech in Canada:
“Cara Zwibel from the Canadian Civil Liberties Association said the group strongly believes in freedom of expression.
“We believe in very broad and robust protections for freedom of expression, even for expression that we and most Canadians would consider extremely offensive,” she said.“
For more on how I handled another threat by extremists employing ADL-inspired tactics, see my article, Oracle Broadcasting being threatened by a dirty, covert campaign to target its sponsors., where I ultimately donated $800 of my own money to keep the network from being taken down by cowards opposed to free speech.