HOLOCAUST WAS INVENTED BY JEWS, is a tool used by Jews, and Jews have no intention of giving it up … ever. In the Jewish view of criminal antisemitism, holocaust denial is the worst antisemitic crime of all. They unleash all their forces to combat it. Look what they did to the recently deceased Ernst Zundel (right), whom they saw as the most effective spokesman/activist against their official narrative of all the revisionists. The type and level of persecution this man suffered (eight years in prison, much of it in solitary confinement) was noticeably out of proportion to his simple publishing of a book that questioned the number of 6 million “Jewish victims.” In response to their taking him to court in Canada under that nation’s “hate laws,” the enterprising Zundel sent execution specialist Fred Leuchter to Poland to prove the “homicidal gas chambers” were a fraud, which Leuchter did. Because he exuded sincerity and decency, Zundel was able to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars from his supporters. This all made Zundel enemy #1 to the Jewish Power club.
With Zundel now deceased, and his Internet presence being slowly eroded (I have noticed), Jews are trying to convince Americans that they and other minorities will never be safe as long as people are free to question “proven facts” like the extermination of six million Jews by the Nazis in World War II.
Americans should be informed that the real reason Jews don’t want the “proven facts” of the Holocaust questioned is because they are not proven. They are not even convincing!
Here are some facts Americans should know before they allow Congress to take away any of their freedoms associated with the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
- Nearly every pro-Holocaust book or article written since 1945 has been written by a Jew – and we’re talking about huge numbers here. Clearly, Jews have an inordinate investment in a subject that is billed by them to be of universal importance to all people.
In connection with that, the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC was the brainchild of an all-Jewish committee headed by Elie Wiesel and has always maintained a close to all-Jewish staff. Not only that, it openly promotes pro-Israel political positions.
- Even though Jews try to convince all minorities that Holocaust Remembrance is also for them, Jews cry “foul” whenever specific mention of Jews being the main victims of the Holocaust fails to occur.
To this point, a plaque placed at Canada’s brand new national Holocaust memorial building did not specifically say Jews or Jewish when referring to the victims. After many apologies, the plaque was changed to satisfy the Jews. The same uproar resulted when the Trump Administration’s annual statement on “holocaust remembrance day” January 27th also failed to specifically name Jews. Trump was accused of being an antisemite, along with his spokespeople who said they didn’t intend to change the wording to please the critics. And they didn’t, but the next time they wrote a statement on Holocaust, Jews were given the front and center stage they wanted.
Does that seem petty for people who sell the idea that the Holocaust represents universal values that all adhere to?
- The number 6 million is not based on known information or credible research. It was picked for its propagandistic and symbolic value. There are no credible lists of victims that comes even close to that figure.But yet, those who disagree with that number should be prosecuted for “hate speech” and as “holocaust deniers” by new laws and guidelines the Jewish lobby is working toward?
Case in point: The Jewish Forward ran a story Oct. 12 by Nathan Guttman accusing Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher of bringing a “holocaust denier” to a Capitol Hill meeting. The man referred to was a conservative journalist named Charles C. Johnson, who had once expressed some views on WWII on a discussion forum as follows:
[–]justacolyte 12 points 19 hours ago
what are your thoughts on the Holocaust, WW2, and the JQ in general?
I do not and never have believed the six million figure which I think is still up for some historical debate. There were a number of sources that disputed the six million figure and I find myself in that camp reluctantly. Of course you can’t really discuss any of this stuff without being called a Holocaust denier which I am not. I think Jews were killed in the war, particularly in the Eastern occupied provinces. I think the Red Cross numbers of 250,000 dead in the camps from typhus are more realistic but I confess to having complicated views on the subject. I think the Allied bombings of Germany were a war crime. I agree with David Cole about Auschwitz and the gas chambers not being real. Why were their swimming pools there if it was a death camp? I support decriminalizing Holocaust inquiry. I read the German War (highly recommend), Bloodlands, Mein Kampf, and all of David Irving. I’m more or less of the view that the war was an outgrowth of the efforts of communism to spread itself throughout the world. I also believe that the fears of German extermination were not misplaced, especially in light of the Ukrainian famine. But I support Israel as a Jewish state and Zionism as a concept. I’m pro-ethno state, generally. I understand why and how Hitler rose to power but think too much of our focus on World War II is spent trying to understand Hitler and not enough is spent trying to understand Weimar.
Now, doesn’t that sound like the complex and honestly come-by views of an individual who has read more than most (from both sides), with a desire to understand the world he lives in. How could he be subject to criminal prosecution for either his study of the subject or his current conclusions? I do not agree with everything he says, but it would never occur to me to try to stop him from writing it on a public forum.
But the Forward writer Nathan Guttman quoted Little Green Footballs blog as writing: “It really only takes a few minutes to Google Chuck C. Johnson’s long history of racism, sexism and the kind of blatant hate speech that got him permanently banned from Twitter and suspended multiple times from Facebook.
So it’s hate speech to point out there was a swimming pool at Auschwitz instead of a gas chamber? Who is being hated? Or asking why it should be called a death camp in that case? Well, yes, it’s hate speech to the holocaust-pushing Jews because they don’t have an answer for it. We have a right to ask questions about everything and expect to get answers to reasonable questions. Don’t let them classify that as “hate speech.”
Wiesenthal Center prize to Harvey Weinstein won’t be withdrawn
The Simon Wiesenthal Center gave its 2015 Humanitarian Award to the man who had contributed $100,000 to the Jewish “Nazi-Hunter” organization. On top of that, the dinner honoring Weinstein had brought in $1.75 million. None of the money will be returned.
The Weinstein brothers’ studio currently has some Jewish-themed movie projects in the works. Harvey had already announced plans to direct a film adaptation of “Mila 18,” the Leon Uris novel about the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Just a few days ago the company acquired the rights to a book about Hungarian Jew Ben Ferencz, a U.S. prosecutor in the Nuremberg Trials following World War II. Ferencz was one of the more prominent young Jew avengers (seen at right) the U.S sent to Nuremberg to enforce their war narrative onto Germans.
I did a radio program in which I said Ferencz aided and abetted the murder of Germans by Displaced Persons. You can listen to the quite damning part about Ferencz here beginning at the 37 min mark. Very interesting.