[quote=“Rascal”][quote=“Tigerman”]No, they should not be denied the right to free expression of their beliefs. Such is a basic human right, is it not?
Instead, people should refute their idiotic assertions with reasoned rebuttal and evidence that supports the same.[/quote]
Do you apply the same argument to people that threaten to attack the life of the president of the United States?[/quote]
Completely different kettle of fish. Threats against a living person and holocaust denial (however repulsive it may be) are not at all similar. If I was to say that I think the US President is a murdering crack-head* I should not liable for prosecution. If I threaten to kill him I should be.
Personally I agree with Tigerman - what is there to be afraid of? Bring these people out into the light and show their claims for the bullshit that they are. Prosecuting them just seems to add the spice of the forbidden to what they are saying.
*Used to fit Rascal’s example, don’t flame me!