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March 7, 2017

The 6,000 square foot Hall of Remembrance at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Filed under: Holocaust, Uncategorized — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 10:04 am

After visitors finish their tour of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC, the only exit from the museum is through the “Hall of Remembrance”. This is where the goyim pay their respect to the Jews. When I was there, I did not see any Jews visiting the Holocaust Museum.

The altar in the Hall of Remembrance

The 6,000 square-foot Hall of Remembrance is on the second floor of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC at the end of the tour of the permanent exhibit. It is a quiet, solemn place like a church where visitors can breathe a sigh of relief after the unsettling experience of viewing the horrors of the Nazi regime.

The room has 6 sides which represent the 6 million Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust, and the 6-pointed Star of David, which is the Jewish emblem. The Hall is three stories high and there is a 6-sided skylight at the top.

Sky light in Museum

Yes, I know that the official number of Jewish deaths in the Holocaust has now been reduced to 1.1 million, but it doesn’t matter. The number 6 is a sacred number for the Jews. [Into the valley of death rode the 6 million]

As you enter, the first thing you see is a rectangular block of black marble, topped by an eternal flame, as shown in the photo above. There are no real windows in the room but shafts of light are provided by narrow glass-covered slits at the four exterior corners of the building, as shown on the left in the picture.

The floor is polished marble in a hexagonal pattern. The 6 walls of the Hall of Remembrance have black marble panels, engraved with the names of the major concentration camps in Poland and Germany. The 6 death camps, where the Jews were gassed, are on a separate panel.

The eternal flame

The photograph above shows a closeup of the black marble block, evocative of a coffin, which contains dirt from 38 of the concentration camps in Europe. The dirt was brought to America in urns, like those used by the Nazis for the ashes of the victims who were cremated, and in a touching ceremony, the dirt was deposited inside the block by Jewish survivors of the Holocaust. Dirt from a cemetery in Europe where American soldiers are buried was also included, in honor of the American liberators of the Dachau and Buchenwald concentration camps.

The black marble panel on the wall behind the eternal flame has the inscription: “Only guard yourself and guard your soul carefully, lest you forget the things your eyes saw, and lest these things depart your heart all the days of your life. And you shall make them known to your children and to your children’s children.”

The Hall of Remembrance is the only part of the museum where photography is allowed. No flash photography is permitted, but there is enough light in the room so that flash is not necessary. There are benches around the room where groups of students congregate to have a souvenir photograph taken.

On the other side of the hall, opposite the eternal flame, are two speaker’s stands, one on each side, resembling a pulpit in a church. It is from one of these stands that the President of the United States delivers his speech on his annual visit to the Hall on Holocaust Remembrance Day.

February 27, 2017

Holocaust news article uses wrong photo in order to deceive

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, Uncategorized, World War II — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:29 am

Read the following news article to see how the Jews use photos to deceive the gullible public:

The photo, shown below, was used in the news article.

photo used in news article

photo used in news article

The photo above has been altered to show additional bodies; it is claimed that these are the bodies of Jews killed by the Nazis.

original photo shows bodies of prisoners killed by American bombs

original photo shows bodies of prisoners killed by American bombs

I wrote about this story on this blog post:

The following quote is from the news article:

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The systematic killing of Jews by the Nazis ended in a death toll of about 6 million Jews. The Final Solution to the Jewish Question, as the Nazis called the genocide, was devised by Hitler himself and carried out by thousands of his officers and soldiers.

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6 million Jews? Sorry, but the total number of Jews killed in the Holocaust is now down to 1.1 million.





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”:

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.

March 20, 2016

It’s in the books: Over 70 years ago the Holocaust claimed the lives of 11 million people

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 12:24 pm

And you thought that only 6 million people were killed by the Nazis. No, it was 11 million. The famous 6 million victims were all Jews.

You can read about all the victims of the Holocaust in this news article:

The following quote is from the website cited above:

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Over 70 years ago the Holocaust claimed the lives of 11 million people after Hitler took power in 1933. Of these victims were children, the disabled, the elderly, and gays. There were also gypsies, pastors, ending interracial marriages and the sterilization of black children. The reasons behind these despicable actions were to create a master race.

The leader and murder wanted a master race that would control the world after conquering Europe. The idea was if this Aryan race took the helm that Germany would become more fruitful and successful. The Nazis killed two-thirds of Jews living in Europe. Those who escaped and survived remind us through the written words that we should never forget the sins and bloodstains of the past.

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Note that the article mentions that disabled people and gays were killed in the Holocaust. I blogged about gay people and the Holocaust at

I mentioned the “Master Race” in this previous blog post:

The article continues on with the story of Corrie ten Boom who “rescued Dutch Jews from the Gestapo during the Holocaust.”

I wrote about Corrie ten Boom on this blog post:

Another book that is recommended is “The boy in the striped pajamas.”

I wrote about this book in two blog posts:

Elie Wiesel’s book Night is also recommended. I have written several blog posts under the tag “Elie Wiesel.”

The following quote about Elie Wiesel is from the article:

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[Elie Wiesel’s] book, Night, was published in 1960 and explored the terror he witnessed as a teen. His family was marched into cattle cars and the men and women were separated upon reaching the camp. Those who were selected to the right were gasses [gassed] and those to the left were sent to work camps. After the war he’s worked to end anti-Semitism through education, and shared that the rise of Hitler could’ve been averted.

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I have written several blog posts about Elie Wiesel, which you can read at