Why do you deny The Holocaust?
I don't deny the Allied holocaust against the German people, in which 600,000 civilians lost their lives in deliberate, premeditated, terror bombings of German cities. Several more million Germans were slaughtered by Soviet troops, starved to death in Siberia, raped and tortured, and killed in the post-war expulsions from the eastern territories.
Neither do I deny the Israeli holocaust against the Palestinians, the Jewish Bolshevik holocaust against Russia and Eastern Europe or Mao's holocaust against the people of China.
I certainly do not deny holocausts. I think it's more likely that you are the "holocaust denier."
The events you mentioned simply were not holocausts. It is racist to detract from The Holocaust the Germans perpetrated against Jewish people, by claiming there were other holocausts.
Well, then I guess history is racist because, like it or not, the facts of the documentary record clearly show that there have been many other holocausts.
How can you compare the unparalleled sufferings of God's Chosen People who, throughout time have been hunted, persecuted, massacred and finally, exterminated--how can you compare that colossal and appalling slaughter with the mere fights and wars that other people have experienced?
The squeaking wheel gets the most oil. The Jewish establishment has the highest profile in the mass media and therefore to the ignorant, all this Jewish public relations noise translates into some sort of definitive judgment of history.
What you're really peddling is racism--the racism that Jewish suffering, alone among all of the blood of the innocent spilled on this planet, has some special claim on our sensibilities.
I'm sorry, I don't believe it. My understanding of the documentary record doesn't support it. Auschwitz was a much safer place to be than Dresden or any other city of any size in Germany from 1943 onward.
rushdoony, Club Conspiracy 20 Comments
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