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April 1, 2017

American students were asked to debate in favor of the Holocaust

Filed under: Dachau, Holocaust, Uncategorized — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 8:29 am

Photo that is displayed in the United States Holocaust Museum shows Jews marching to the gas chamber

I am blogging today about a news article which you can read in full at http://www.attn.com/stories/16077/students-asked-debate-holocaust

The following quote is from the news article:

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Students in Oswego County, New York were asked to argue for and against the Nazi’s “Final Solution” as part of an assignment.

The “Final Solution” was Nazi Germany’s plan to exterminate the Jews, which was formulated and implemented during World War II as an answer to the so-called “Jewish Question.” As the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum explains, “Six million Jewish men, women, and children were killed during the Holocaust—two-thirds of the Jews living in Europe before World War II.”

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What a revolting development this is!

As everyone knows, the Jews were killed for no reason. Jews are “God’s Chosen People” who are allowed to lie, steal and cheat because they are Jews.

The article says that “six million were KILLED”. Apparently the Jews were taken care of so well that no one died of disease; the Jews in the sacred “six million” were all killed.  Apparently, no one died of typhus or any other disease.

Bodies of Jews were cremated in ovens like this at Dachau

The bodies of the dead Jews were cremated in an effort to stop the spread of disease. However, no Jews died of disease, according to the official Holocaust story.

Ashes of unknown prisoners, who died of typhus, are buried in this grave at Dachau

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The assignment was offered in a “Principles of Literary Representation” class taught through the CiTi/BOCES New Vision Program — which allows high school students to take college-level courses on SUNY’s Oswego campus three times a week. According to Syacruse.com, there were no Jewish students in the class that year.

According to the text of the assignment, the debate was not meant for people to be sympathetic to the Nazi point of view, but rather the assignment was meant to get students out of their comfort zones and teach them to debate points that are against their ideological perspectives, Syracruse.com reports.

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