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May 11, 2014

Rialto students will visit the Museum of Tolerance to learn the truth about the Holocaust

Filed under: California, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 8:00 am

Just a short message today to give a heads up to the students in Southern California, who were recently assigned to do an essay, using critical thinking.  The students have now been assigned to visit the Museum of Tolerance at the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, CA. so that they can learn the truth about the Holocaust, after they were subjected to the horror of reading a Holocaust denial website.

One of the displays at the MOT, which really impressed me, was the one which showed babies being thrown out of a third story window by the Nazis. You can read what one visitor said about this display here.

This quote is from the web page, cited above:

… a family was watching from behind a fence as their niece (who had given birth 7 days prior) was rounded into the cattle cars with other hospital patients. After she left the family noted that an officer appeared in a window a few stories up. He began to toss babies out the window to their death into waiting cattle car beneath. Babies!

The other display, that I can’t forget, is the one which shows the drawings done by Simon Wiesenthal.  I blogged about these drawings on this blog post:
https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2012/05/18/fake-holocaust-pictures-the-legacy-of-simon-wiesenthal/

A word to the wise:  there are guards at the Museum of Tolerance, listening to every word you say.  Don’t be making comments about the displays, or you could wind up being put on trial for Holocaust denial. Not in America, which still has free speech, but you could be renditioned to Germany for trial.  If you don’t know what renditioned means, read my blog post about it at https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2012/05/11/new-book-by-germar-rudolf-resistance-is-obligatory/

That’s all, folks. Happy Mother’s Day