High School Principal Fired for Telling Parent He ‘Can’t say the Holocaust is a Factual, Historical Event’

The “Holocaust” was the most lucrative and absurd hoax of the 20th century and it seems that this former high school principal was smart enough to see right through it. Even though the ridiculous figure of 6 million has been thoroughly debunked, it is career suicide to tell the truth in America, where we supposedly have freedom of speech. In Europe, you will get imprisoned for years for questioning the actual suffering of the “chosen ones” during WWII.
William Latson was the principal of Spanish River High School in Boca Raton. In April 2018 he told a parent he couldn’t say the Holocaust happened because “not everyone believes” that the event actually took place in the way that it is so often presented. He wrote in an email:
I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee… Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened and you have your thoughts but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs so they will react differently, my thoughts or beliefs have nothing to do with this because I am a public servant. I have the role to be politically neutral but support all groups in the school.”
Latson clarified: “I do allow information about the Holocaust to be presented and allow students and parents to make decisions about it accordingly.” He said that he does the “same with information about slavery.”
In a different email Latson wrote that the school curriculum, which involves teaching about the Holocaust in English and history classes, “is to be introduced but not forced upon individuals as we all have the same rights but not all the same beliefs.”
I doubt he ever denied that any jews suffered or died at the hands of Germans, but is likely just aware of the work of Ernst Zundel, Professor Faurisson, Fred Leuchter, Dean Irebodd, and others. Still, Latson’s stance got him in some serious hot water.
William Latson
As a Black man, William Latson would usually be afforded some leniency in such matters, as “diversity is our greatest strength,” but all of that gets thrown right out the window when dealing with jewish supremacists. Their “victimhood” trumps the victim status of any other group. After learning of this story, just imagine the endless kvetching that took place amongst the jewish community in Florida and around the world.
Unfortunately Latson did not hold his ground, though I can understand the pressure being put on him. He wrote:
The verbiage that I used when responding to an email message from a parent, one year ago, did not accurately reflect my professional and personal commitment to educating all students about the atrocities of the Holocaust.”
Latson was originally reassigned to a different school, but the Palm Beach County school board has decided that he simply has to go, voting to terminate him. Latson was fired for “ethical misconduct” and “failure to carry out job responsibilities.” Apparently it is unethical to question the atrocity propaganda of the world’s foremost liars. I guess it’s also now the job responsibility of a principal to reinforce Holocaust indoctrination.
Latson is appealing his termination, which will take effect November 21.