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August 6, 2016

the US Holocaust Memorial Museum is “the Americanization of the Holocaust”

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 8:07 am
My photo of the entrance to the USHMM

My photo of the entrance to the USHMM in Washington, DC

In the past, I have written 3 blog posts about the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum:

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/tag/us-holocaust-memorial-museum/

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/tag/holocaust-museum/

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2012/12/28/fake-holocaust-photos-at-the-united-states-holocaust-memorial-museum/

I have personally visited the Museum on two separate occasions. While there, I could not identify anyone as being Jewish.  There were school groups lined up outside, and they entered the museum every 15 minutes. The USHMM is a place for the goyim to worship the Jews, not a place for the Jews to visit.

The USHMM is now being featured in the news here: http://time.com/4437822/germany-holocaust-memorial-museum/

My photo of the USHMM

This photo of the USHMM is shown in the news article

The following quote is from the news story:

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Throughout the 1980s and the early 1990s, a network of mostly conservative West German officials and their associates in private organizations and foundations, with [Helmut] Kohl located at its center, perceived themselves as the victims of the afterlife of the Holocaust in America. They were concerned that public manifestations of Holocaust memory—for example museums, monuments, and movies—could severely damage the [German] Federal Republic’s reputation in the United States.

Of course, the Nazi past had affected the image of the [German]Federal Republic abroad since its founding in 1949. But the 1980s were a unique time: as the Federal Republic came to see itself as a nation-state with its own positive traditions and history, it was a central goal of the Kohl government to escape Hitler’s shadow. At this historical juncture, however, representatives of the American Jewish community, including prominent Holocaust survivors like Elie Wiesel, were also in the process of transplanting the perspective of Holocaust victims into the popular, political and academic culture of Germany’s superpower ally, the United States.

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Another quote from the news article says it all:

“In the end, all German efforts to change the content of the USHMM failed.”

In my humble opinion, now that Fake Holocasust Survivor Eli Wiesel is dead, there should be some changes made at the Museum; the true story of the Holocaust should be told.

 

 

 

 

 

 

17 Comments »

  1. The USHMM contains what they call “The Hall of Remembrance”, which is a 6,000 square foot area – built like a place of worship – and dedicated to the memory of the alleged 6 million who perished in the holocaust.

    But do youngsters who are forced to visit this place with their schools and colleges today have any idea of whom they are meant to be remembering? Poland is a far-off place for most of them, and all this happened donkeys years ago – so can they really be expected to establish any connection in their minds, or experience any emotional resonance, with these millions of nameless people from the middle of the last century.

    Even I struggle to think of a single name of anyone who lost their lives in this so-called “holocaust”. And the only one I could come up with is Janusz Korczak – the Polish-Jewish writer, physician, and carer of orphans. He was said to have perished at Sobibor in 1943 (but even then, there is no definitive proof of this.)

    But apart from a few youngsters of a Jewish background – and maybe even Polish – then no American visitors will have any idea of who Janusz Korczak was. The only names they know are the Nazi personnel themselves – from Hitler all the way down to Doctor Mengele ( and we’ve all heard of him, because all these Jewish survivors claim they met him at one time or another during their incarceration in Auschwitz! )

    Comment by Talbot — August 7, 2016 @ 2:35 pm

  2. This sort of constant, in your face, whinny, complaining along with dogma dramas, contrived museums and any other imaginable way that can be thought of, short of actual evidence, to propagate their self satisfying, feel good, unifying supremacist narrative of feigned suffering at the hands of the hated dangerous but stupid goy.

    Forward Logo
    August 07, 2016
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    Controversial Sprinklers Return to Auschwitz
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    (JTA) — Shower-like misters are back at the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, one year after similar cooling devices were removed after an outcry.

    Installed to help visitors beat the heat at the site of the former Nazi death camp in Poland, the misters are again leading to complaints that they are reminiscent of the decoy “showers” used by the Nazis to murder Jews.

    On Friday, Rabbi Rafi Ostroff, who heads the religious services department of the Gush Etzion region in the West Bank, posted on Facebook photos of the mist sprinklers, which were installed inside a parking lot of Auschwitz-Birkenau to cool visitors on Friday, when the temperature reached 88 degrees Fahrenheit.

    “Showers at the entrance gate to the parking lot of Birkenau,” Ostroff wrote. “I don’t know about you but I feel uncomfortable entering a shower at the entrance of a death camp.”

    During the Holocaust, victims of the Nazis’ industrialized murder machine, including millions of Jews, were told to strip before entering gas chambers that they believed were showers.

    “Granted, they mean well (to provide relief from the maddening heat) but, come on, show a little sensitivity,” Ostroff wrote. “Or am I imagining, yet again, insensitivity to the Jewish story on the part of the museum’s management?”

    In September last year, after similar objections, management from the Auschwitz museum told Israel’s Channel 10 that they had removed the misting sprinklers, but maintained the reason for their removal was the drop in temperatures, and not consideration for the feelings of visitors who found them disturbing.

    “Among visitors there are many people who come from countries where such high temperatures as we have this summer in Poland do not occur,” the museum’s media department said on Facebook last year, in response to complaints. “Something had to be done, as we have noticed cases of fainting among people and other dangerous situations.”

    Meir Schwartz, the owner of Olam Katan weekly in Israel for young observant Jews, wrote on Facebook on Friday that the objections raised by Ostroff and others were unfounded.

    “The main thing is getting the maximum amount of number of people to visit Birkenau,” he wrote. “Not everything is immediately reminiscent of [the Holocaust]. Let life go on, remembering the past but looking to the future.”

    But Jonny Daniels, founder of the From the Depths Holocaust commemoration group, said that installing the sprinklers again after last year’s controversy was “unwise” of the museum.

    “They could just put a water fountain,” he told JTA. “If there’s one place that people will be extra sensitive, it’s there, where visitors come to mourn their dead — and want to find fault and anger.”

    The people running the museum “can’t lose sensitivity,” he added.

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    Comment by John Mortl — August 7, 2016 @ 2:25 pm

    • You wrote: “This sort of constant, in your face, whinny, complaining along with dogma dramas, contrived museums and any other imaginable way that can be thought of…”

      What are you saying? My blog is devoted to this subject. If it weren’t for the Jews constantly complaining, I would have nothing to write on my blog.

      Comment by furtherglory — August 7, 2016 @ 2:36 pm

    • “But Jonny Daniels, founder of the From the Depths Holocaust commemoration group, said that installing the sprinklers again after last year’s controversy was “unwise” of the museum.”

      “They could just put a water fountain,” he told JTA.

      I’m afraid that’s not a very good idea, because it will remind the Jewish visitors of the fountains of blood that arose from out of the mass graves. This fact was attested to by Adolf Eichmann himself, as well as SS personnel and Jewish survivors. They sometimes even called them “geysers of Jewish blood”.

      Comment by Talbot — August 7, 2016 @ 3:18 pm

  3. The construction and dedication of the USHMM preceeded that of the memorial built in the nation’s capital to commemorate the Americans who died in WWII. The former opened on April 22, 1993 (Clinton administration).The latter opened on April 29, 2004 (Bush Sr. administration). Other than the timing, what’s also curious about this is the fact no Americans died in the Holocaust. Of course, the USHMM is supported by US tax dollars as are all the other Holocaust museuems, memorials, and study centeres across the country. The state of California has seven of them. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Holocaust_memorials_and_museums_in_the_United_States

    Comment by who dares wings — August 7, 2016 @ 10:05 am

    • The list also includes “The New Mexico Holocaust and Intolerance Museum”, in Albuquerque; and “The Holocaust and Tolerance Museum”, in Chandler Arizona.

      So its “tolerance” in Arizona, but “intolerance” in neighbouring New Mexico – hmm!

      Does this mean that the New Mexicans want to celebrate how nasty and intolerant they are, while the good people of Arizona are more angelic, and are prepared to open up their hearts and minds with goodwill towards others?

      Comment by Talbot — August 7, 2016 @ 10:37 am

  4. I was reading FG’s webpages about the USHMM, because I was very intrigued to find out where they got hold of the large mountain of shoes to put on display in their museum. My initial suspicion was that there had been a city-wide collection of old shoes in the synagogues of New York City, and then afterwards they had all been trucked down to Washington DC on Interstate 95, in order to be put on display for the gentiles to shed bucket-loads of everlasting tears at the fate of their former owners.

    But no – apparently they were all shipped over from Majdanek in Poland, which curiously has a surplus of old shoes, because the number of pairs far exceeds the number of victims who were allegedly put to death there. ( It could be, however, that many pairs of shoes were sent to Majdanek from Treblinka, Sobibor and Belzec. But then, one has to ask, why they were just dumped there, and left for months on end. It would suggest that the Germans deliberately left these shoes for the Soviets to discover, in order to tease them, and let them puzzle over who they formerly belonged to and what grizzly fate befell the luckless wearers.

    It is interesting, though, that there were no shrunken heads, bundles of female hair, bars of soap, human lampshades or pelvic ashtrays shipped over with the shoes. Now that is truly surprising – after all, us goyim luv all that kind of crap to gape at with open-mouthed horror – we all enjoy the ghost-rides at fairgrounds and theme parks.

    I wonder if the USHMM have got on display that famous photo of the American gentleman sporting a “dickie-bow” ( Dodds, I think his name was ) who was deep in conversation with a shrunken head during the very serious and solemn Nuremburg Tribunals.

    Comment by Talbot — August 7, 2016 @ 6:47 am

    • “It is interesting, though, that there were no shrunken heads, bundles of female hair, bars of soap, human lampshades or pelvic ashtrays shipped over with the shoes. Now that is truly surprising – after all, us goyim luv all that kind of crap to gape at with open-mouthed horror – we all enjoy the ghost-rides at fairgrounds and theme parks.”

      The matter of hair was discussed. The curators decided not to request hair from Poland out of respect.

      The rest of your comment is the usual denier obsession with minutiae.

      Comment by Jeff K. — August 7, 2016 @ 4:24 pm

      • You wrote: “The matter of hair was discussed. The curators decided not to request hair from Poland out of respect.”

        There was Jewish hair in other countries besides Poland.

        Comment by furtherglory — August 7, 2016 @ 4:46 pm

      • The rest of your comment is the usual denier obsession with minutiae.

        That’s rich!

        Comment by a reader — August 8, 2016 @ 1:04 pm

        • Why?

          Comment by Jeff K. — August 8, 2016 @ 1:31 pm

  5. I would humbly submit that ” peak Holocaust ” has now passed ; although I would qualify that by saying although the number of MSM articles touching on the Holocaust will not diminish the interest of the goyim is fading rapidly

    Comment by peter — August 7, 2016 @ 5:39 am

  6. Have you got details of what the efforts of the German government were? I wonder if they had some solid facts and data to combat the holocaust myth and how exactly they set out their stall against the content of the hsmm.

    Comment by Mr B — August 6, 2016 @ 10:43 pm

    • There has been no German government since May 23 rd 1945 . The present so called German government is an occupation puppet regime.

      Comment by peter — August 7, 2016 @ 5:44 am

      • Wiener Pensionist hetzte gegen Flüchtlinge: Sechs Monate bedingt

        A 63 y/o pensioner is sentenced to 6 months probation for saying unkind things about Flüchtlinge on Facebook — refreshingly, and to his credit, he admitted everything and did not back down.

        But at the moment the comments overwhelmingly, even enthusiastically, express approval for the whole sordid proceeding — so the propaganda has already had a significant effect — and not just in DE.

        Comment by eah — August 7, 2016 @ 6:08 am

      • Really? -is it really – i’m amazed – what makes you say that – are the elections manipulated by the Jews?

        Comment by Anonymouse — August 11, 2016 @ 6:03 pm

  7. “The main [Zionist] battlefield now is the theater of opinion in the United States.” – [Zionist leader & 6th President of Israel] Chaim Herzog (who was there when the US Holocaust museum was dedicated), 1975.

    Comment by hermie — August 6, 2016 @ 9:08 am


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