It’s worth paying attention to how your enemy is studying you. Consider this paper:
Some items of interest:
As 2010 begins, the term “denial” is the 7th most Google-searched term related to the holocaust
using the tools Google Trends and Google Insights, it is easy to see that, in a relative sense, the volume of searches for the term “Holocaust denial” has not only increased since 2004, but the subject is also no longer being searched purely in response to high-‐profile instances of denial in the news media. In previous years, such as 2005 and 2006, remained relatively low until ignited by singular events, such as the Holocaust denial conference held in Tehran in December, 2006. In 2009, especially, the volume of searches for Holocaust denial not only increased over previous years, but became much more constant throughout the year.