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INTRODUCTORY NOTE: Let us preface this by saying that we are not “anti-Semitic” and we desire the conversion and eternal happiness of all Jews. We condemn all forms of racism, etc. As Catholics, we also hold firmly that no Jew (or any other non-Catholic) can be saved without baptism and the Catholic faith; and we work to expose Jewish domination and evil Jewish enterprises in the world, which (one must say) constitute the main power of the secular conspiracy. That being made clear, there are some interesting facts about the Holocaust which we’d like to share with our readers. This is relevant to how a Catholic should consider many events in the world today and in recent history.

This file will contain three things:1) quick discussions of facts which contradict the official “Holocaust story” (as well as interesting video and audio links); 2) news links which show how the Holocaust hoax has become the super-dogma of the nations; 3) comments and discussion from readers about this issue. Combined with the control and influence of the Jews, the Holocaust hoax has effectively created a world-wide ambience in which even supposed Catholics and Christians are terrified at the thought of offending Jews or questioning their beliefs.

It’s illegal in at least 14 countries to deny the official “Holocaust” story. Holocaust denial is illegal in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Lichtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain and Switzerland. Think about that for a moment, and then ask yourself who is really in power. It’s illegal to question the official story of the “Holocaust,” even though it’s perfectly legal in those countries to deny the Divinity and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. That means that those countries are truly Jewish states, for their laws uphold and imprison those who deny beliefs dear to Jews, but not to people of other religions.

Most Holy Family Monistary, The Holocaust Hoax and Propaganda  49 Comments [6/12/2011 3:34:47 AM]
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Raised by Horses

"It’s illegal to question the official story of the “Holocaust,” even though it’s perfectly legal in those countries to deny the Divinity and Resurrection of Jesus Christ."

Indeed, and for the same reason that it's perfectly legal to deny the death and resurrection of Superman. It's fiction.

"That means that those countries are truly Jewish states, for their laws uphold and imprison those who deny beliefs dear to Jews, but not to people of other religions. "

First of all, that doesn't follow. While I would agree that the anti-holocaust denial laws fly in the face of freedom of speech, the reason for them being in place is the continual, virulent, egregious and unsupported assertion by anti-semites, such as yourselves, that the horrors of the Holocaust never took place.

6/12/2011 4:43:39 AM


We're not anti-semetic, we just think every aspect of their religion is horseshit and that all Jews work together in some grand conspiracy to screw with the world... Nothing hateful about that.

Denying the Holocaust is illegal for the same reason it's against the law to teach kids in school that black people are space aliens or that you're legally required to be bisexual in the Netherlands: It ain't true and people saying it is are usually trying to make life miserable for somebody. The facts of the Holocaust don't have to be taken on faith, unlike religious beliefs. The Nazi party kept meticulous documentation on who was what and where they got sent. Unlike the Bible, the paperwork is also very consistent.

The discovery of Bergen-Belsen by British forces provided conclusive proof of the 'Final Solution' for undesirables in the Fatherland. Tens of thousands of dead in a 2 year period in that one relatively small camp alone. The Brits burned it to the ground immediately after moving the prisoners out citing disease as a major fear. Also the unholy taint of the place was concerning.

Russia never had any particular love for Jews, Gypsies, and gays but the Cossacks also confirm that story with the discovery another, larger, even more hellish concentration camp that gave their most hardened soldiers nightmares for the rest of their lives. They burned that place twice, probably with the monsters who ran it still alive and locked in their victims' former cells.

6/12/2011 5:22:24 AM


Will you stop making Catholics look like intolerant monsters? Please?

6/12/2011 6:05:20 AM


@ Skatepunk This organization isn't affiliated with the Church. They're a traditionalist Catholic group that rejects Vatican II.

6/12/2011 7:04:39 AM


Until I started reading RSTDT, I had trouble understanding Holocaust-denial laws. I thought they were a pointless limit on freedom of speech. I was under the extremely naive and mistaken impression that racism and antisemitism were largely dead in the developed world--especially in Germany and the other European countries devastated by World War II, on account of, y'know, societies learning lessons from their mistakes and all.

Boy, was I wrong.

Now I find myself leaning toward supporting Holocaust-denial laws, especially in countries with a vocal minority of anti-Semites. Believing the Holocaust didn't happen shouldn't be illegal ('cause thoughtcrimes and all of that), but promoting that belief probably should. While that does set a potentially dangerous precedent, it hasn't led to a slippery slope thus far, and not doing anything creates the opportunity for Jew-bashing, scapegoating, victim-blaming, and history repeating itself.

6/12/2011 7:29:10 AM

Greater Good

I love how it rapidly turns into a conspiracy theory at the end. I think we have a trifecta on our hands!

6/12/2011 8:30:37 AM


we are not “anti-Semitic”

Yeah, you are. It's true that Zionists very often trot out this charge when faced with any criticism of Israel (see Melanie Phillips, passim), and it is true that Holocaust-denial laws are dubious on free-speech grounds (and if we are going to make conspiracy theories and pseudohistory illegal, why stop there?) but sometimes anti-Semites are just that.

Also, Poland is a 'truly Jewish state'?

6/12/2011 9:23:04 AM



6/12/2011 9:57:27 AM

I've been in two of those countries and publicly denied the existence of YHWH, proclaimed that Abraham, Issac, King David, and all the other people from the Jewish Faith were all just made up shit...

Then again, none of what I did is illegal in those countries, so maybe this guy is full of shit.

6/12/2011 10:20:09 AM


I got the slip cover cut off my ding-a-ling.
Does that make me a Jew?
Or better yet, shove that crucifix up your ass until it hurts, and then repeat.

Stupid fuck

6/12/2011 10:56:58 AM

Doubting Thomas

That means that those countries are truly Jewish states

Yeah, except for the fact that there are few Jews left in those countries due to that supposedly non-existent Holocaust.

6/12/2011 11:06:08 AM


Um, only one of the ones you listed is actually a Jewish state, care to guess which?

6/12/2011 11:35:21 AM


"We are not Anti-Semitic we just think that the Jewish religion is crap and want them all to convert to Catholicism. Oh yeah, and also we believe that all Jews work together in a grand conspiracy to mess up the world for everyone else, what ever could be wrong with that?"

Riiiiggggght...the only thing missing here is the old "some of my best friends are Jewish" line. The rest of the page is the usual collection of tired youtube videos, quotes taken out of context, made up numbers that "prove" that only thousands died in the concentration camps, not millions, etc, etc...

After looking over their site it seems they have about the same level of hatred for the Vatican, namely they refuse to accept Vatican II and see it as apostasy by the church leadership. There is also some stuff about UFOs being manifestations of Demonic activity, which is typical for this kind of fringe site it would seem.

(I looked up their "Monastery" on the Google satellite map, it would appear to be a typical size house in the woods next to a cattle pond, huh?)

6/12/2011 2:55:44 PM


The fact that you don't know how to spell monastery tells me that you are not Catholic at all.

The Vatican issued a statement in 1998 that finally admitted the church's complicity in the holocaust by their anti-Jewish preaching. However, the Vatican has yet to admit that Priests helped Nazi war criminals flee Europe.

6/12/2011 3:15:59 PM

Brendan Rizzo

Now, it's one thing to say that only members of your own religion are getting into heaven; it's quite another to claim that Jews secretly run the world. How did you leap from that to that? Legitimate criticism of Judaism does not need crazy conspiracy theories like those posited by Most Holy Family Monistary [sic]. The only people who believe in Holocaust denial and "Jooz run da werld frum behind da seenz" tend to be antisemites, so I think that this "Monistary" is merely using its religion as a mask for this.

EDIT: So apparently the original site does indeed spell the word "monastery" correctly. Can the people who submit to FSTDT PLEASE spell words correctly? I for one do not find misspellings or mispunctuations to be very aesthetically pleasing at all.

6/12/2011 4:02:23 PM


After reading RSTDT for awhile I see that the most sure sign of a racist is prefacing everything you say with "I'm not racist..."

6/12/2011 4:17:22 PM


I really like how blatant the anti-semitism is in this quote.

6/12/2011 7:24:33 PM


So, what you're saying is that Holocaust denial is illegal in countries that suffered the holocaust or populated by the survivors?

Oh, noes!

And yes, you're a racist piece of shit.

THere's no denying THAT, either!

6/12/2011 8:04:06 PM

Acknowledging the Holocaust isn't a belief. It's a logical conclusion based on evidence. A conclusion reached by most people, from a wide range of backgrounds. In most cases, Holocaust denial is in fact purely anti-Semitic. After all, Jews were not the only victims. And yet, I don't see conspiracies that the world's media is run by a shadowy cabal of Roma, protected from criticism by the long shadow of the injustice done to them by the Nazis.

6/13/2011 1:19:36 AM

It's people like you who give my church a REALLY bad name. Please stop. For the sake of the 1,399,999,999,999 Catholics who aren't...well, for those of us who aren't you.

6/13/2011 2:39:30 AM


Let's see, the Holocaust has the evidence of survivors, soldiers who found the camps, mass graves, photographic and video evidence, and Nazi records of what they've done. Denial not only denies undisputable evidence, but paves the way for history to repeat itself.

Jesus has a story with no real corroborating evidence, just a chain of someone hearing the story from someone else who heard the story from someone else, etc x100, before someone eventually got around to writing it down. They certainly couldn't have made it up! It bears no relevance to anyone's life outside of a specific religion.

Totally the same thing.

6/13/2011 3:02:59 AM


Hey Pseudo-Catholics! I have a secret....now move closer....listen carefully....THE GUY YOU WORSHIP WAS A FREAKIN' JEW!!!!

And don't bring up that "Christian Identity" crap! Genesis says "Adam Knew Eve, his wife and she conceived and bore Cain...." ADAM...NOT "THE SERPENT"! "SERPENT SEED" was yanked outta some C.I. douchebag's BUTT! END OF STORY!!!! *PPPPPBBBBBBBBHHHHTTTT!!!!*

6/13/2011 6:34:51 AM

You are racist, get over it. There are not "Jewish empires" anywhere, let alone in the 1800 years that they roamed and being beaten by the progroms.

6/13/2011 6:54:28 AM

There is as difference. Except for Christians, nobody believes in the divinity of Jesus, so it's perfectly normal, if you want to keep the liberty of cult that their constitution promotes. You can know if there was some character that may match with the figure of Jesus in the Bible. Nobody is going to tell you "he is the son of God". The holocaust, on the other hand, it's a HISTORICAL AFFAIR. It's like saying "there was never a black death". There was. That's the difference.

6/13/2011 6:56:45 AM

Greater Good

@ nazani14:

That is an error on the submiter's part. I was thinking the same thing, but the actual website spells it properly.

6/13/2011 11:27:51 AM

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