Nein, Nein, VE VILL crucify you like the dog you are, you heathen!
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – World Jewish leaders told Vatican officials that denying the Holocaust was "not an opinion but a crime" when they met on Monday to discuss a bishop they accuse of being anti-Semitic.
My Catholic grade school teachings are a bit rusty, but I believe that one can commit a sin by commission--actually doing the act--or by omission--only thinking about the act.
Does that mean that practicing Catholics have committed a sin if they had thoughts about the Holocaust™?
And is that a venial or mortal sin? When you go to the confessional, will you be told to pray for forgiveness by saying 5 "Our Fathers" and 5 "Hail Mary's" or be told to read some passages from the Talmud?
Since Israel and her lackey's are always using the issue of the Holocaust™ to shut up anyone pointing out that they are murdering Palestinians en masse, does questioning Israel's ethnic cleansing of Palestine also count as a sin? Or does asking questions about Israel's murderous campaign against Palestinians only count as a crime?
One can question or even deny the existence of a God, but it's not a crime. But one can't ask questions about the Holocaust™?
Will the Holy See issue guidelines on what Holocaust™ questions are a crime and or a sin?
What's next? Crucifying people for having asked questions about the Zionist version of the Holocaust™?