The main contention of many participants was that the Holocaust was just an excuse for the creation of Israel. That's right: An entire week was spent discussing the benefits and advantages the Jews got from the Holocaust! Those lucky Jews! They sure lucked out with that Holocaust thing! Boy, that is some glass-is-half-full thinking for you! Who needs Tony Robbins? You can just go the "International Conference to Review the Global Vision of the Holocaust" and you will learn how to think of the worst possible situation as a gift! Thanks anti-semites!
One of the papers that was presented at the conference was entitled "Holocaust, the Achilles Heel of a Primordial Jewish Trojan." What does that even mean? I am not sure what the metaphor is supposed to be: Is Israel the Trojan Horse, and thus the holocaust is the Achilles Heel of the state of Israel? Or is being Jewish the equivalent of being a Trojan Horse and thus the Holocaust is an Achilles Heel for Jewish people? I wish they would stop using confusing metaphors and just name their papers something straight forward like "I hate Jews" so I wouldn't have to do all this deep thinking.
Iranian President Mahmoud Amhadinajad, who held the conference, was interviewed regarding his beliefs about the Holocaust. He was quoted as saying "I will not believe something is true unless I am convinced of it." Good policy! I will not believe something is true unless I see photos, documents, testimonials, newsreels......oh, wait a minute! Those things do exist? Huh. So what does convince you Mahmoud? Oh, Allah has to come down and visit you in the form of a talking crocodile, take you to a club to go crumping, and then tell you exactly at the stroke of midnight while getting a handie from a hooker with a glass eye that the Holocaust actually happened? Oh, well if that's what it takes to convince you, then I guess I see why you are not convinced. Screw all of those documents and photos!
Most of the presentations had the theme that the holocaust did not happen, that only 5,000 people died (from disesase), and that the world "overreacted". That seems reasonable. I am sure those camps were just one big party. Like a rave. (The DJ at Treblinka used to shout "When I say Holla, you say Cost!"). These camps were the inspiration for "Burning Man", right?
Really, the underlying idea behind this conference is that these guys are smarter than the rest of us: According to them essentially the entire world is part of a conspiracy where we made up the Holocuast. And these guys are pissed that they were not invited to the meeting! According to them, the entire world got together (without Mahmoud, or David Duke, or any of those other losers that the world stuffed in their proverbial lockers before the first period bell rang) and decided that we, the entire world, were going to support the Jews and the best way to do that would be to doctor up a bunch of horrible atrocities and fake photos and newsreels and thus the state of Israel would be born. That seems plausible, right? But these guys are too smart! They saw through the entire world's obvious attempt to pull the wool over their eyes. It's like these maverick truth-seekers are Keanu Reeves and the entire world is The Matrix, or it's like they are Blaine in Pretty in Pink and the entire world is the obnoxious James Spader character who can't understand how pretty Andie the weird girl is, or those guys are Mel Gibson in that movie Conspiracy and the entire world is ..... who ever the bad guys were in that movie. Mel Gibson is a hero and so are these guys!
So it really comes down to the fact that these guys need to feel like mighty righteous warriors cuz their parents didn't love them, or they couldn't make the football team, or they didn't get enough blow jobs from cute girls during college. Oh, plus they hate Jews.