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September 22, 2012

A quintessential comment on my blog

Filed under: Holocaust, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 3:45 pm

Every morning, I start the day by reading the comments that have been made on my blog since I last checked the comments the night before.  This morning, there was a comment that had gone up at 5:24 a.m.  I am putting this comment up on my blog so that everyone can read it.

To me, this comment represents the thinking of the typical American, born after 1990.  The comment was made in answer to another reader, so it was not directed at me personally.

The ideology expressed in the comment, which I have quoted below, is what the typical young person in America believes:

What the hell is wrong with you you make me sick. It is ridiculous that to this day people still have the balls to say that the holocaust never happened. I wasn’t born at that time but i tell you it should’ve never happened. Who the hell are you to praise something so sick like what all of those sick bastards of the nazi did to all those innocent people who were also from different countries, gays and gypsies. It wasn’t only the jews it was a whole bunch of people that died for their stupid power trip and after all that motherfucker of Hitler didn’t even give Germany what he promised them so much. And yes they made a good profit out of all the gold and goodies and money that they took from them before they were gassed. If not read Operation Rhineheart book and see the good loot he got from the prisoners and what they did with the goods. The bastard even had his elite “SS” and the Gestapo because the regular Germans were not even good enough for him. Get your facts straight. Get the info that you need in order to talk about something that you don’t even want to acknowledge. They lost the war they did horrendous things and They were nasty people who wanted to clear a whole race and in the process when it didn’t work for them they even killed themselves because they even knew what will happen to them. I am sorry dimwitt but that is not an honorable death. That is not honorable. That is being a coward.

How do I know that this was written by a young person? The grammar, the spelling, and the personal insults give it away.

One day in 1995, my grandson came home from kindergarten and told the family about what he had learned in school that day: the story of King Christian, who put on a yellow star himself, when the Jews in Denmark were ordered by the Nazis to wear the star.  At the age of 5, he knew nothing about the Holocaust nor World War II, yet he had been introduced to a popular legend about the King of Denmark. By the time an American student graduates from High School, he or she has been so indoctrinated with legends and lies about the Holocaust that it is hopeless to try to teach them anything else.  My blog is not directed at young people; their minds are closed.

Five states have enacted laws requiring the teaching of the Holocaust. This is known as creating a “legislative mandate.” These states are: California, Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York. Of these five, Florida and New Jersey have created extensive and detailed curricula and guides for the teaching of the Holocaust through their independent state commissions. New York and California have both created less detailed guides through their respective state departments of education, while Illinois has created neither a curriculum nor guides.

Ten other states have regulations encouraging or recommending the teaching of the Holocaust: Connecticut, Georgia, Indiana, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Washington. These regulations are either enacted by state legislatures or by state governors. Those created by the legislature are known as “legislative regulations,” while those created by state governors are known as “executive regulations.”

Twelve states have also created Holocaust commissions or councils that support Holocaust education: Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia. The scope of these commissions and councils varies widely from state to state. (Source:

This article, written by the grandson of three Holocaust survivors, tells why we should rethink Holocaust education in our schools.


  1. Is it the young or the PARENTS who fund and put up with the jew nonsense ?
    They would rather sit in their beer and nacho stained sweat pants watching a bunch of negroes chase a pigskin than get up and get involved to stop it all. Everything is fine till now they are losing jobs,homes,retirements that something is wrong ???? They claim to read the bible but still believe the word “jew” was part of the greek translation, da KJV kan’t be wrong, id was “wriiten” by G_D.

    Comment by Joe Hnot — September 27, 2012 @ 5:46 pm

  2. How I educate the public about holocaust nonsense.

    Holocaust Jewish hounds keep looking for innocent guards who were involved in doing their jobs at the supposed “death camps”, in truth WORK CAMPS,, while the real criminals of the holocaust were the Jews themselves who “supposedly” watched their own friends go into the gas chambers. ( that is in dispute from the getgo ) but that’s what they say,. The REAL holocaust, the REAL destruction by FIRE was the innocent people of Germanys Dresden and Hamburgh. There was NO JEWISH HOLOCAUST by fire.

    Also Russian WW2 Jewish vets have come to America by the truck load who could possibly have been the ones noted for the atrocities committed against Germans noted in the book HELLSTORM. They remain free and untouched here in America collecting Social Security, not working a day in their lives here protected by the Jewish cabal who protects them.


    Comment by Joe Rizoli — September 27, 2012 @ 12:10 am

  3. The Holocau$t is a Lie and a Fraud by the Juden for $hekel$

    Comment by Mike Walker — September 25, 2012 @ 6:46 am

  4. Thank God I was never subjected to the nonsense of “Holocaust Education” in school and neither were my children!

    Comment by George — September 23, 2012 @ 11:27 am

  5. what do u mean young people’s minds r closed well just coz sum idiot posted zat comment does not mean all young people r havin closed minds sum teens like me who have just started to learn about nazis in detail wanna no da real truth zat is why i joined ur blog

    Comment by neeraja — September 23, 2012 @ 9:52 am

  6. I quite agree with you about closed minds in young people. The modern education system has been designed to stop people asking questions and just accept what they’re told. I attended university in the mid 90s in the UK. I was studying Business & Management and all the courses were from a Marxist perspective. When I questioned why we had to study everything from a Marxist point of view I was branded a reactionary and my marks were downgraded.

    And the biggest crime would be to ask specific questions about the holy holocaust. One must never point out that certain aspects don’t make any sense to science study or common sense but should just be accepted as the truth.

    It’s a very sad state of affairs indeed.

    Comment by Brickface — September 22, 2012 @ 7:06 pm

    • The Holocaust has all the markings of a state religion; indeed it is the state religion in Germany. There are the cathedrals ( holocaust memorials/ museums ) in every western major city; there are the holy days to be marked by ceremonies ( Jan 26 , April 19 etc ), high priests Eli Wiesal Deborah Lipstadt; the story even has its own Virgin Mary in the shape of Anne Frank. Heretics of course are punished ruthlessly. This cult will go on for centuries as the power structures are all in place.

      Comment by Pete — September 23, 2012 @ 3:37 am

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