The internet is the only place such discussions take place, for now.
Hardly so:'Tylko Polska'
Auschwitz was not an extermination camp but a labor camp. Jews, Gypsies and others died there by hard work, and it was not so severe that everyone always died, because there are reports that food was in the camp three times a day consisting soup, milk and white bread, and Jews are often fulfilled the important functions in the camps, for example as Kapos.
prof. prof. Ryszard Bender w programie w nocy z 13 na 14 stycznia 2000 r. Cytat za: Dorota Wodecka-Lasota, "Kłamca nie ma już siły", "Gazeta Wyborcza", 25 grudnia 2007.
Common Law and Civil Law countries issue.
Your conetention was the Jews imposed their Holocaust denial laws over Europe?
But that is hardly true either as there is no Holocaust Denial Law in Britain, despite the having one of the largest if not the largest Jewish population in Europe. Why have they not imposed this law on us in England?
Ruining a man's career over a book he wrote is draconian.
from your wiki link:
Dariusz Ratajczak was a history lecturer at the University of Opole until 1999, when he was dismissed following controversy about his book Dangerous Topics
in which he asserted that the gas chambers at Auschwitz were used merely to delouse prisoners.He has published articles in right-wing magazines like Myśl Polska and currently, he cooperates with Najwyższy Czas, a weekly magazine of the political party Unia Polityki Realnej, where he writes articles on history.
Seems his university ruined his teaching career, maybe they were all Jews?
But seems he resigned own career:
In 2002 Ratajczak was considered as a candidate from the League of Polish Families for the Opole's voivodeship sejmik, but after his candidature caused controversy he resigned it.
So in your mind, it is distinctly Polish to call Jewish sources garbage.
Only when you dismiss them for being Jewish and therefore cannot be factual.