I am repeating yesterday's question, asked by a relative cyber novice - and give you a different answer from a Revisionist point of view:
"I don't know about Europe, or even Canada, but the whole Holocaust industry here in America has (apparently) sprung up only in the last five years. I don't remember reading a peep about the Holocaust (or events therein) in the 60's, 70's, 80's or even at the turn of the 90's. (I understand that the term came from a seventies novel.)
"Does anybody have a good theory on the timing of all this? Did it spring from that Swiss clerk who allegedly found some long lost records, or what?"
Mr Michael A Hoffman II has helped to clarify, for me, the origins of the current Little Big H Mania.
According to Hoffman, by the 1960s Americans and Germans were undergoing the very natural healing that tends to follow years after a war. German scientists had been instrumental in America's space program, and JFK had expressed solidarity with the people of Berlin. Old hatreds were melting like the proverbial snow in Spring.
Meanwhile, back at the SIN-a-GOGO, a wily character named Elie Wiesel realised that if the Americans and other Europeans "made up" with their erstwhile foe, they might stop cuddling the snarling kosher cur that WWII had left on their doorstep. They might even cease from giving the mutt fresh steaks and restrict him to table scraps!
So Wiesel and his cronies started pushing this notion of THE Holocaust, meaning the alleged German master-plan to exterminate the Judaeos and the supposed results of this diabolically hidden scheme.
How they managed to get this bullshit story running is beyond me. How do they keep the American sheeple so mesmerised in front of the Talmudvision? Seems quite demonic to me.
Wiesel and company activated a masive PR campaign and salted the clouds of Western culture with references to the litttle big H. With the whole Jewsmedia behind the fraud, it's little wonder that the term was soon on the lips of every trendy American who wanted to appear "compassionate" among his Jewish cocktail party guests.
Then sometime in the 1980s, the Powers that Lie produced a maxi-series called you know what. It was shown and has been shown in schools across the empire. It's even been broadcast on the idiot box COMMERCIAL-FREE.
The little big H was now a "household word." However, the trend may be reversing in favour of the truth. Let us hope so.
A little anecdote may give extra colour to this sordid tale. In the late Summer of 1981, I was talking with a co-ed at the University of Texas. My intentions at the time were amatory, but for all the good that did I might as well have been discussing the weather report for Boise Idaho. Ahem.
Anyway, this girl told me that in one of her classes a discussion on humour had arisen. At first, the consensus seemed to be that it was appropriate to make jokes about anything in the right context. The professorcrat then asked whether there was any subject about which it would be utterly unfitting to make a joke. It tunrs out that there was one subject that was taboo: THE Holocaust.
I can't afford it, but nonetheless I went out and bought "The Black Book of Communism" and "Poland's Holocaust." I wanted to get them before they "went out of print" if you know what I mean. They look to be quite interesting.
Thought for the Day:
"Don't look back. Something may be gaining on you."
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