As an eminently respectable person, I would like to ensure that I share the beliefs of all right-thinking people on this issue, and avoid being (or being seen as) a despised denier/crazy/evil Nazi etc.
With this in mind, could someone tell me exactly what it is I am supposed to believe in order to escape such approbation? I'm afraid 'the Holocaust' is a little vague. I mean, I can mouth the words 'I believe in the Holocaust' if that's all that's required. But surely there is more substance to this creed?
So, in order to remain a respectable figure, and avoid being mistaken for a 'Holocaust denier'...
- what is the minimum number of Jewish deaths in German camps 1939-1945 that I must believe in?
- what is the minimum number of Jewish deaths due to deliberate extermination in German camps 1939-1945 that I must believe in?
- what is the minimum number of Jewish deaths due to deliberate extermination by Zyklon B poisoning in German camps 1939-1945 that I must believe in?
- in which locations must I believe that extermination by Zyklon B poisoning was carried out?
- are there any particular individuals whose deaths by deliberate Zyklon B poisoning I must believe in?
- are there any other events that constitute 'the Holocaust', which I must believe in?
I look forward to a clear response from those familiar with the boundaries of respectable opinion - a quality which, surely, is of greater importance even than truth, in the discussion of historical questions. Thank you.