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June 30, 2016

Will you be a “bystander” when the next Holocaust starts?

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , , — furtherglory @ 1:40 pm

Child survivors of Auschwitz-Birkenau

How did the children in the photo above manage to survive the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp where anyone under the age of 15 was automatically sent to the gas chamber?

Monument08

My photo of the Monument at Birkenau in honor of Jews who were murdered there

Today, I am commenting on a news article which you can read in full here. The news article suggests that America should not have free speech — with regard to any statement about the Jews.

The following quote is from the news article:

Begin quote

Today, anti-Semitism is once again on the rise. It is at levels which we have not seen in the Western world since the rise of the Nazi party. It is the moral obligation of all civilized people — Jews and non-Jews alike — to stand up to this bigotry and to put a stop to this age-old hatred. It is unacceptable to stand idly by and watch until it is too late.

What should you do?

Hold the bigots accountable. Call them out. If your alma-mater is supporting anti-Semitic professors, or allowing events to turn into Jew-hating get togethers, write the Dean and let them know that it is unacceptable. If you donate to the university, withhold your donation, and let them know why — in writing. When you do these things, send your letters to your local newspaper to be published. Of course, post it on your social media accounts. If Facebook is hosting an anti-Semitic page, as was the case earlier this year, write Facebook and demand that they take it down. Tell your friends to do the same. Report the page to anti-discrimination organizations and ask them to pressure Facebook as well. Exactly this occurred earlier this year, and Facebook finally responded by taking down the pages in question. If you are at a university where there is an openly anti-Semitic professor, boycott his class. Convince other students to do the same. Then, write a letter to the Dean or the Board of Trustees, telling them why no one is registering for this professor’s courses. A group of professors at Oberlin know what it means to stand up. 174 members of the Oberlin faculty signed a statement strongly condemning the anti-Semitic conduct of Joy Karega. Do the same when you see bigotry and anti-Semitism. And, more simply, do not hesitate to stand up and say something. While it may not get you anywhere online, it certainly will at your office or at your friend’s house. If we do nothing and simply let it fester, it will certainly grow until it is beyond our control. We cannot ignore history.

Remember the words of the great Albert Einstein: “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.”

End quote

What prompted all this. The news article starts with this quote:

Begin quote

Erin Schrode, a promising 25-year-old Jewish woman, announces her candidacy for U.S. Congress. In response, she is bombarded by hundreds of anti-Semitic messages: “Fire up the oven.” “Kike.” “Get out of my country, kike. Get to Israel where you belong. That or the oven. Take your pick.” This did not happen in the 1930s. It happened last month in California.

An Oberlin College professor, Joy Karega, posted a photo of Jacob Rothschild, a member of a well-known Jewish banking family, which read: “We own nearly every central bank in the world. We financed both sides of every war since Napoleon. We own your news, the media, your oil and your government.” This was not published in Gleichschaltung, a Nazi newspaper. This was on her Facebook page.

Students at UC Berkley woke up one morning this past year to the words, “Zionists should be sent to the gas chamber” painted on a building.

End quote

33 Comments »

  1. Surprising professionally produced video skepticism from an apparent Jewish vlogger about the myths surrounding Josef Mengele. The finger wagging at the end is the icing on the cake. Sportsmanlike – The Hardest Working Deception of WWII https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfNDW-W19eo

    Comment by who dares wings — July 2, 2016 @ 5:54 am

  2. Can you do an article about the system in the camps that meant all children below the age of 15 would be sent to their death? It would be good once again to highlight this point and the way apparently they were not sent to their deaths.

    Comment by Mr B — June 30, 2016 @ 11:27 pm

    • You wrote “Can you do an article about the system in the camps that meant all children below the age of 15 would be sent to their death?”

      I have written over 1500 blog posts in the past 5 years, and I have mentioned at least 100 times that children under the age of 15 were gassed. Do a google search to find these blog posts.
      https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/tag/gas-chamber/

      Comment by furtherglory — July 1, 2016 @ 7:33 am

  3. A bystander? Certainly not! I have an SS-Obersturmbannfuhrer uniform hanging in the closet as soon as it gets underway.
    A whip too…

    Comment by Schlageter — June 30, 2016 @ 6:48 pm

  4. “Erin Schrode, a promising 25-year-old Jewish woman, announces her candidacy for U.S. Congress. In response, she is bombarded by hundreds of anti-Semitic messages”.

    Well, we’ve only got Ms. Schrode’s own pronouncement that she was “bombarded” with these sort of messages. But is it true? She is a budding politician who would not be averse to “ramping up the hype” for career advantage. The anti-Semitism card is not a bad one to play in order to win the sympathy vote in a nation that is awash in holocaustianity and Jewish victimhood.

    I’m afraid, we need some sort of corroboration here before we accept her words at face value. Could it be that she had two or three such messages – and thought to herself that it would be a good card to play during her political campaign.

    Comment by Talbot — June 30, 2016 @ 2:37 pm

    • They even admit how they play the Anti-Semitic game

      JR

      Comment by jrizoli — June 30, 2016 @ 3:41 pm

      • I don’t read Daily Stormer thank you very much, but obviously you are an avid follower of the website. But even if such foul and unpleasant comments do appear on its pages, that doesn’t mean to say that they are genuine contributions from members of the public.

        Never forget the motto of the Israeli Mossad;- “By deception shalt thou carry out war”. So, I don’t rule out the possibility that Israeli agents – as well as non-Israeli actors in the pay of organisations who want restrictive laws on freedom of speech in the USA – would deliberately and maliciously carry out a sustained campaign of false hatred aimed at extreme right wing media outlets.

        Comment by Talbot — July 1, 2016 @ 8:53 am

        • “I don’t read Daily Stormer thank you very much, but obviously you are an avid follower of the website.”

          No, I’m not. You wanted proof that she was trolled, here’s proof.
          What, you didn’t enjoy what they had to say? Why?

          “But even if such foul and unpleasant comments do appear on its pages, that doesn’t mean to say that they are genuine contributions from members of the public.”

          Oh, God, Talbot. You literally can’t trust anything, can you? Why do you bother?
          You didn’t think these ass hats trolled this woman. I just showed you proof.

          “Never forget the motto of the Israeli Mossad;- “By deception shalt thou carry out war”. So, I don’t rule out the possibility that Israeli agents – as well as non-Israeli actors in the pay of organisations who want restrictive laws on freedom of speech in the USA – would deliberately and maliciously carry out a sustained campaign of false hatred aimed at extreme right wing media outlets.”

          Sigh.
          Talbot, seriously.
          What happened to you?
          What, you don’t think such people exist? Stormer isn’t just about Jews, they don’t like any minority.
          Do such things exist outside of your British sensibility?

          This is who you sound like to me, Talbot:

          http://www.revisionism.nl/

          Comment by Jeff K. — July 1, 2016 @ 9:50 am

          • I read that website about revisionism that you recommended, and it would suggest that people who question the prevailing orthodoxy of the holocaust are described as “mad revisionists”.

            But why should there be any “madness” about holocaust revisionists. After all, the subject itself has been revised quite drastically over the years. i.e;-

            4,000,000 murdered at Auschwitz – now down to 1.5 million (maybe!)
            1,350,000 murdered at Majdanek – now down to 70,000 (maybe!)
            360,000 murdered at Chelmno – now down to 172,000 (maybe!)
            550,000 murdered at May Trostenets – now down to 50,000 (maybe!)

            All the alleged “death camps” inside Germany proper – now abandoned

            Jewish soap and shrunken heads – now abandoned

            The Auschwitz authorities being forced to admit that Krema 1 was “a reconstruction”

            Comment by Talbot — July 1, 2016 @ 11:01 am

            • Camp Deaths

              From Lectures on The Holocaust p.39 by
              Germar Rudolf
              Officially certified deaths in German concentration camps . 
              Auschwitz      60,056 
              Bergen-Belsen 6,853 
              Buchenwald   20,687 
              Dachau         18,456
              Flossenbürg  18,334 
              Groß-Rosen  10,951 
              Majdanek        8,831 
              Mauthausen  78,859
              Mittelbau        7,468 
              Natzweiler       4,431 
              Neuengamme  5,785 
              Ravensbrück    3,639 
              Sachsenhausen 5,014 
              Stutthof           12,634 
              Theresienstadt 29,375
              Others              4,704 
              TOTAL           296,077 

              Documented numbers of victims in various camps

              Camp docs                             Arolsen docs 1993
              Auschwitz 135,500                    60,056 
              Buchenwald 33,462                   20,687 
              Dachau        27,839                   18,456 
              Majdanek    42,200                      8,831 
              Mauthausen 86,195                   78,859 
              Sachsenhausen 20,575               5,014 
              Stutthof       26,100                    12,634 

              TOTAL         371,871                 204,537

              Big difference then what the Holohucksters say…

              Comment by jrizoli — July 1, 2016 @ 11:07 am

              • “Camp Deaths”

                Oh look, a parrot.
                Polly want a cracker?

                From Lectures on The Holocaust p.39 by
                Germar Rudolf
                “Officially certified deaths in German concentration camps .”

                The rest is probably accurate, some of the death books do exist.

                The crap is thinking this would include gassed prisoners or that these prisoners would be registered.

                Auschwitz 60,056
                Bergen-Belsen 6,853
                Buchenwald 20,687
                Dachau 18,456
                Flossenbürg 18,334
                Groß-Rosen 10,951
                Majdanek 8,831
                Mauthausen 78,859
                Mittelbau 7,468
                Natzweiler 4,431
                Neuengamme 5,785
                Ravensbrück 3,639
                Sachsenhausen 5,014
                Stutthof 12,634
                Theresienstadt 29,375
                Others 4,704
                TOTAL 296,077

                Documented numbers of victims in various camps

                Camp docs Arolsen docs 1993
                Auschwitz 135,500 60,056
                Buchenwald 33,462 20,687
                Dachau 27,839 18,456
                Majdanek 42,200 8,831
                Mauthausen 86,195 78,859
                Sachsenhausen 20,575 5,014
                Stutthof 26,100 12,634

                TOTAL 371,871 204,537

                “Big difference then what the Holohucksters say…”

                Yawn.
                Can you do anything original?

                Comment by Jeff K. — July 1, 2016 @ 11:48 am

              • You wrote: Documented numbers of victims — Dachau (camp docs) 27,839 deaths. Arolsen docs 1993 give number of deaths as 18,456.

                I have visited Dachau several times. After my visits, I wrote this on my website:

                During its 12-year history, Dachau had 206,206 registered arrivals and there were 31,951 certified deaths. Many of the Dachau prisoners, including Jews, were released after serving an indeterminate sentence.

                Comment by furtherglory — July 1, 2016 @ 2:18 pm

            • “I read that website about revisionism that you recommended, and it would suggest that people who question the prevailing orthodoxy of the holocaust are described as “mad revisionists”.”

              I know. The author of the website is very funny.

              You know, like the website that Jim recommended.

              Only, the “Mad Revisionist” is intentionally being funny, whale is a joke.

              “But why should there be any “madness” about holocaust revisionists. After all, the subject itself has been revised quite drastically over the years. i.e;-

              “4,000,000 murdered at Auschwitz – now down to 1.5 million (maybe!)”

              Hoess himself disputed this figure. Reitlinger and Hilburg also questioned this figure long before any mainstream “revisionist.”
              Hoess’s figure actually matches the figure now provided.

              “1,350,000 murdered at Majdanek – now down to 70,000 (maybe!)”

              You have me on this one. Majdanek is the camp I know least about. There aren’t any English language books on this camp.

              “360,000 murdered at Chelmno – now down to 172,000 (maybe!)”

              The Poles made the same mistake you did, they didn’t figure gaps in transports.

              “550,000 murdered at May Trostenets – now down to 50,000 (maybe!)”

              Again, a camp I don’t know much about.

              “All the alleged “death camps” inside Germany proper – now abandoned”

              The camps inside German territory proper were not death camps. The mistake is understandable, considering what the allies found when they liberated the camps.

              “Jewish soap and shrunken heads – now abandoned”

              Irrelevant. Not central to the Holocaust, even if such things occurred.

              “The Auschwitz authorities being forced to admit that Krema 1 was “a reconstruction”

              Not really. Pressac and Faurrison both knew that Krema I was a reconstruction in the 1970’s.
              Cole thought he dug up new information, he really didn’t.

              Your turn.

              What’s your evidence?

              Comment by Jeff K. — July 1, 2016 @ 11:43 am

        • You wrote: “I don’t read Daily Stormer thank you very much, but obviously you are an avid follower of the website.”

          I had never heard of the Daily Stormer, but I checked it out, and found this accurate report on what happened recently in Sacramento.

          http://www.dailystormer.com/outnumbered-sacramento-spartans-rout-leftist-scum-a-call-for-nationalist-solidarity/

          Comment by furtherglory — July 1, 2016 @ 9:57 am

      • I did read the first website that you produced, though – and I offer this quote;- “Schrode said she was not filing a police report…”

        So either Ms. Schrode did not think these “threats” were serious enough to submit a statement to the police, or, she is concocting tall stories for her political campaign, and doesn’t want the police to carry out any investigation because they might discover that she’s telling “porky-pies” and the threats never existed in the first place.

        Comment by Talbot — July 1, 2016 @ 9:08 am

        • “I did read the first website that you produced, though – and I offer this quote;- “Schrode said she was not filing a police report…”

          You need to read harder. This doesn’t come under local police jurisdiction. This is technically a hate crime, committed over cyberspace. In that instance it falls under the jurisdiction of the FBI. The FBI is investigating this.

          In the article:

          “On Sunday, Schrode told Buzzfeed that the FBI was contacted by several people on her behalf. Schrode said she was not filing a police report because local police confirmed that the FBI handles such threats. She also said she spoke to two police officers and that the police will do extra patrols in the area.”

          Read more: http://forward.com/news/breaking-news/341950/congressional-candidate-erin-schrode-subjected-to-fire-up-the-ovens-online/#ixzz4DB2ptcbj

          “So either Ms. Schrode did not think these “threats” were serious enough to submit a statement to the police, or, she is concocting tall stories for her political campaign, and doesn’t want the police to carry out any investigation because they might discover that she’s telling “porky-pies” and the threats never existed in the first place.”

          Talbot, I just SHOWED YOU where these disgusting posts come from.
          I also just told you this falls under the FBI’s jurisdiction.
          I guess it doesn’t really bother you.

          This should help, she is a woman. Do you think women should be subjected to this foulness?
          Oh, she’s a Jew. I guess that’s what is tripping you up.

          Comment by Jeff K. — July 1, 2016 @ 9:59 am

          • Regardless of whether you are male or female – if you are prepared to enter the public arena, and put yourself forward for election in a democracy, then you must expect to receive comments and opinions that are not palatable to you. The general public are quite within their rights to express their freedom of speech – regardless of how unpleasant or nasty such views are. THAT IS DEMOCRACY – the right and the ability to express your views freely without anyone censuring you.

            The only time that the law should intervene, is if there is a clear, direct threat against an individual, or there is an open call for others to commit violence.

            Comment by Talbot — July 1, 2016 @ 11:18 am

            • “Regardless of whether you are male or female – if you are prepared to enter the public arena, and put yourself forward for election in a democracy, then you must expect to receive comments and opinions that are not palatable to you.”

              This isn’t someone bringing up old garbage like she smoked pot in high school or cheated on an exam in college.

              These were direct, racist comments.

              “The general public are quite within their rights to express their freedom of speech – regardless of how unpleasant or nasty such views are. THAT IS DEMOCRACY – the right and the ability to express your views freely without anyone censuring you.”

              You know, in a sense, I guess you are right.
              Naturally you don’t really feel any outrage over these disgusting comments….she’s just a Jew and deserving of them, isn’t that right, Talbot?

              “The only time that the law should intervene, is if there is a clear, direct threat against an individual, or there is an open call for others to commit violence.”

              Yes, the boys at Stormer never advocate violence, it’s on their website (wink, wink, nudge, nudge).

              Comment by Jeff K. — July 1, 2016 @ 1:27 pm

              • I’ve never seen any of the Holohoax revisionist commit any crimes against anyone or hurt anyone but I have seen HoloHoaxers hurt people and continue to do it.
                Why can they get away with it and then you charge us with doing it or we don’t do it.

                JR

                Comment by jrizoli — July 1, 2016 @ 1:35 pm

                • I abhor violence by either side.

                  Comment by Jeff K. — July 1, 2016 @ 1:47 pm

                • Jeff…. I abhor violence to…. but just to let you know I’ve had plenty of the HoloHoax people come after me. My words are no reason to harm me but they don’t seem to care.

                  JR

                  Comment by jrizoli — July 1, 2016 @ 1:53 pm

              • ” Naturally you don’t really feel any outrage over these disgusting comments….she’s just a Jew and deserving of them, isn’t that right, Talbot “.

                On the contrary – I do feel upset and outraged over disgusting comments from whatever their source. But that’s the price you pay if you what to live in a true democracy where freedom of speech is protected and highly cherished.

                And that is a terrible slur to place upon me; that I have ever suggested that Jewish people, or any other group of individuals should be deserving of foul and disgusting comments. I abhor this type of language, and it only diminishes the standing and credibility of those who use it.

                Comment by Talbot — July 1, 2016 @ 3:41 pm

                • “On the contrary – I do feel upset and outraged over disgusting comments from whatever their source. But that’s the price you pay if you what to live in a true democracy where freedom of speech is protected and highly cherished.”

                  Not all speech is protected, Talbot. That is the reality, even in a Democracy.
                  Even then “free speech” is a rather loaded term.

                  “And that is a terrible slur to place upon me; that I have ever suggested that Jewish people, or any other group of individuals should be deserving of foul and disgusting comments. I abhor this type of language, and it only diminishes the standing and credibility of those who use it.”

                  Now I feel better about you, Talbot. Frankly you could have saved the both of us time if you had said that in the beginning.
                  No one deserves this type of treatment, Jew, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, whatever.
                  I understand mudslinging during a political contest. But, to degenerate to such a level as harassment……

                  BTW, I believe large numbers of Holocaust deniers feel that way. I look at what Jim, Hermie, Berg, Schlageter, even you, have to say. I feel vindicated in this belief.

                  Comment by Jeff K. — July 1, 2016 @ 3:52 pm

      • What’s funny is that she doesn’t even look Jewish; I can only imagine the amount of hate she’d be getting if she had a more stereotypical look.

        Comment by Anonymous — July 1, 2016 @ 8:40 pm

  5. “The news article suggests that America should not have free speech — with regard to any statement about the Jews.”

    Racist filth is not protected speech.

    Let me ask you, FG.
    Would you feel differently if the above statements were said about women in general?

    Let’s just edit this a tad:

    “Erin Schrode, a promising 25-year-old Jewish woman, announces her candidacy for U.S. Congress. In response, she is bombarded by hundreds of anti-Semitic messages: “Fire up the oven.” “Kike.” “Get out of my country, kike. Get to Israel where you belong. That or the oven. Take your pick.”

    Erin Schrode, a promising 25-year-old woman, announces her candidacy for the US Congress.
    In response, she is bombarded by hundreds of anti-fenale messages: “Women should be barefoot and pregnant. Get back in the kitchen and back to the nursery. Make me a sandwich and bake me a cake.”

    I kept it clean so it looks silly.

    Wouldn’t you find this offensive? You graduated college and worked, isn’t that an achievement to be proud of?

    Or, do you not care because these people are insulting Jews?

    Comment by Jeff K. — June 30, 2016 @ 2:16 pm

    • Those comments are not something I would say….now prove to us WHO made those comments?
      I’ve seen many times Jews themselves making such comments just to stir the pot. Jews can’t survive unless they are the topic of conversation.
      I happens all the time. So again I asked WHO made the comments? Was it a White Nationalist. KKK, etc….If you can’t prove who really made the comments then you have no case.
      People that share my beliefs and considered reasonable wouldn’t make such ignorant comments….but then again some people might be pretty pissed off at the Jews for their lies and control over things that they pretty much vent out their frustration by saying some mean things. . I really can’t answer for them.
      You should here the comments the Jews make about me…..even here some comments have been made that are 100% wrong…but I have to take it and understand the frustration of the commentator.

      People say dumb things because they don’t have all the information….so by having the topic vented in an open debate and getting to the truth by looking at both sides wouldn’t that be a great way of stopping hateful comments by helping people see both sides of the story………problem is, the Jews like people being at each others throats because it keeps the heat off of what they are doing wrong. They want the goyim devouring themselves because they can continue they assault on humanity without any obstructions coming their way from people like us. So the battle continues in front of them they lie their asses off and laugh all the way to the bank.
      Their day will come…..I have no doubt, and not by lowly mortals on this earth.

      JR

      Comment by jrizoli — June 30, 2016 @ 2:39 pm

  6. The noose is tightening on the HoloHoax debate and soon speaking out against it will be considered a hate crime.
    They already have the laws in place ready to go by priming us on the hate crimes against the gays, blacks and illegal immigrants, actually anyone that we the public have the guts to criticize. The Sodomites have coerced quite of few of the politicians to make these illegal laws against free speech.
    Soon HoloHoax denial laws with rear it’s ugly head in the USA and they will come after us, communist style, against all the Truthers out there that write or post about the HoloHoax. It’s obvious we are making some headway out there by getting people to see the truth about the HoloHoax….
    Right now we continue without let up to expose the HoloHoax lies…….Let the future bring whatever it will bring…the battle is now!

    Jim Rizoli
    IHR.ORG
    VHO.ORG
    CCFIILE.COM
    Holocausthandbooks.com

    Comment by jrizoli — June 30, 2016 @ 2:07 pm

    • You wrote: “The noose is tightening on the HoloHoax debate and soon speaking out against it will be considered a hate crime.”

      There are not enough prisons in America to hold all the Holocaust deniers. I could be the first denier to be convicted. If that happens, I will not go to prison because I am 83 years old; I will be going to an all expense paid nursing home. I am looking forward to it. I plan to request a nursing home in Germany.

      Comment by furtherglory — June 30, 2016 @ 2:17 pm

  7. I think that is just sad.

    Comment by Jeff K. — June 30, 2016 @ 2:05 pm


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