If 2 million of the Jews killed by the Nazis had been reported by the ICRC as having fled to Sweden, and 2.9 million of the Jews killed by the Nazis had voted in the first election (or ‘election’ in the case of Communist lands) held after the liberation, and the Jews of Europe had fought pitched battles with the Nazis, Holocaust denial, not in the sense of questioning whether the Nazis killed Jews, but in the sense of questioning the reported death toll of 6 million as mass murder, would not be a disreputable enterprise in racist historical revisionism, and some additional scorn quotes would have been appropriate above. None of those circumstances applied to the Shoah.
Scaled down the the purported death-toll of 7500, all of the analogous facts apply to Srebrenica: 2500 of the ‘victims’ had left according to ICRC reports, 3600 of the ‘victims’ voted in the 1996 elections, and there was a pitched battle between the Muslims holed up in Srebrenica and the Serbs.
When accepted history is a lie, historical revisionism is a good thing.
Been there, done that, and your revisionism is just recycled garbage.