Ä ". . . I wonder whether the real fear of these people promoting guilt (for the Holocaust) is of the fact that the people of the Nazi era promoted healthy living and family life, were NOT prone to spitting on the sidewalk, presenting themselves in a shabby and dirty state of dress or go about unwashed. Furthermore, a unified work ethic and a sense of direction by a whole nation would be a nightmare to those parasitic groups working as families or separate racial entities within a host Nation - to the betterment of themselves and to the detriment of that host Nation . . . "
Letter # 2:
Ä ". . . When the topic (of the Holocaust) has been initiated by someone else, I am not reluctant to express my feelings and share my knowledge of the subject. . . I simply let the others know that I have read quite a bit on the subject and do not believe it.
If the others want to know why, I let them know the specifics, otherwise the topic of discussion is changed at that point. . . I would not fret over someone losing their appetite over a discussion of the topic if they were oafish enough to ruin mine by initiating it.
Tangential topics about the Nazi era come up once in a while. A few years ago, someone commented to me that the Nazis were insane because they were racist. I pointed out in the 1930's and 1940's the U.S. South was segregated by race by law as was the U.S. military, and that beliefs in racial differences were not at all unusual for the time.
I am not a fan of the NS regime, but believe understanding W.W.II is critical to understanding the modern political order. Understanding cannot come until all of the self-serving, jingoistic, Allied-propaganda nonsense is dispensed with. . . The Holocaust has not completed its work. Examining what work it performs, and for whom, reveals much about the current geopolitical status quo.
You must remember that for the great majority of Americans Nazi Germany is something that exists in scratchy newsreel footage and Hollywood flicks. It is a cartoon and an abstraction. They forget people actually lived in it and died horrible deaths at the hands of their enemies in it.
For them it was a good war and a clean war: The issues involved were as black and white as the scratchy newsreels. . . "
Letter # 3:
Ä I really don't care what happened fifty years ago, except that it left me with a government opposed to my benefit. It does seem improbably inefficient that the same Germans who conquered all the rest of Europe in record time - AND maintained minimal disruption of the local populations AND made a good try at all the rest of the world - should choose this protracted means of eugenics.
I don't know what good an unemployed, 48 year old programmer/analyst on a small income might be, but if my admittedly average talents and slowly dying 486 PC sounds useful, gimmeyan email."
Gimme an e-mail. Gimme a call. Gimme a flyer. Gimme direction. Gimme
a brother, a sister. Gimme my heritage back that has been stolen from me.
Those are the messages that keep on pouring in. That's what the Zundelsite it all about. Outreach. Information. Factual education. Truth instead of slander. Oxygen into collapsed lungs just screaming for expansion.
Light into fogged-over brains.
Thought for the Day:
"Very little is known about the War of 1812 because Americans lost it."
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