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December 13, 2016

What happens when you google “Did the Holocaust happen?”

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — furtherglory @ 7:28 am
The ruins of a gas chamber at Auschwitz

The ruins of a gas chamber at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Here’s what you get when you google “Did the Holocaust happen”: https://mic.com/articles/162081/google-did-the-holocaust-happen-and-a-neo-nazi-website-is-the-first-result#.7TycuXUze

Quote from the article, cited above:

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Googling “Did the Holocaust happen” leads to numerous top-ranked search results from white supremacist and Holocaust denial sources, including a top-ranked result from online neo-Nazi site Stormfront, the Guardian reported Sunday.

Google is still pulling up a Stormfront forum post calling the Holocaust, the brutal Nazi mass murder of at least 6 million Jews, 1.8 million Poles and millions of other persecuted peoples during World War II, a “lie” as of Monday evening. The Stormfront thread appears before the Wikipedia article on Holocaust denial and a list of common FAQs on the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s website.

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There are two sides to every story — except the Holocaust. When it comes to the Holocaust, there is one side that you must believe in 20 countries around the world, if you don’t want to go to prison.

America still has free speech, but not for long. I am expecting that a Holocaust denial law will soon be passed in America. When that happens, I will be on my way to prison. I will be on the wrong side of history.