Over the years, few Canadian writers have delighted and aggravated more readers than Doug Collins. Now semi-retired, the feisty, articulate British-born journalist regularly still turns out an often-provocative column for the widely-read North Shore News of North Vancouver, British Columbia. No stranger to controversy, Collins has recently come under fire …
Doug Collins Under New Fire for Holocaust Views
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This is a series of four papers on the initiation of legal action against the Canadian journalist and historical dissident Doug Collins.
[From the North Shore News, Oct. 7, 1994] There I was, barely off the plane from a holiday in England, when a callow youth from the morning trash sheet called me to ask why a couple of my columns had appeared in a sinister magazine in the US called The …
[From the North Shore News, Oct. 16, 1994] The subject is heresy and heretics, because it seems that I am one. I am in good company. One of the greatest heretics was William Tyndale, who first put the Bible into English. The Roman Catholic Church objected because it thought it …
[Reprinted from the North Shore News, Oct. 9, 1994] To the Editor, The Province: The article you ran by Gordon Clark on Oct. 5 ("Holocaust just a story: Collins") was the grottiest piece of "Journalism" I have seen in a long time. And that's saying something. I did not deny …
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|Author(s):||Mark Weber , Douglas Collins|
|Title:||Doug Collins Under New Fire for Holocaust Views|
|First posted on CODOH:||Dec. 12, 2012, 6 p.m.|