Article copyUnsurprisingly, Le Pen tries to cash in on the media attention his old groupie Brigitte Bardot recently brought upon their common heinous conception of Mankind, by repeating his little revisionist headline-magnets on the Holocaust.
The Waffle SS fan club is apparently so concerned by phony "moral equivalences" that it has no time left to comment on the infamous One-Eyed Briton's claim that the gas chambers were a "detail of history", and his observation that:
(...) in Auschwitz there was the IG Farben factory, there were 80,000 labourers working there. As far as I know they were not gassed, anyway, nor burned.... Which is presumably OK with respect to the 5.7 millions who were.
Apparently not that big an issue for the "desk at the Brussels Journal" either—I suppose one is quite reluctant to wash one's dirty linen in public.
Anyway, I shall therefore repeat myself, and add that I'll give fifty Brigitte(s) for one Ayn:
"There are only two means by which men can deal with one another: guns or logic. Force or persuasion. Those who know that they cannot win by means of logic, have always resorted to guns."—Ayn Rand (quoted here, alongside other goodies)... Leaving the tenants of logic and persuasion with the only option to reach for their own guns—as long as they have them—and defend themselves when the Fascists hit the fan.
Euro-Race Supremacists or Islamists, it makes no difference at all. Rifle at the ready, if need be.
(Churned with great enthusiasm at the glorious tunes of Fanfara Din Zece Prăjini, who like Ayn Rand are just a bunch of those filthy [and dark(er)-skinned, for some] "foreigners" from abroad Brigitte Bardot, the Waffle SS fan club and friends warned you about. Still, their Romany reprise of Steppenwolf's "Born to be wild" is quite something.)