IS IT GAME OVER FOR THE HOLOCAUST HOAX
by Mike Walsh
Russian President Vladimir Putin is undeniably a shrewd strategist. Unlike the West’s political pygmy-class, Vladimir Putin is able to deal with crisis whilst simultaneously calculating the effects of his future strategy.
Both Putin and his Foreign Secretary Sergei Lavrov recently conceded that the findings of genuine (revisionist) historians are legitimate and should be permissible.
Their fear is how the peoples of Russia and the Western democracies might react should they discover that everything they had been told about Adolf Hitler, The Third Reich and World War II was the propaganda of the victors?
Has the Russian President opened Pandora’s Box by engaging Poland in a foul-mouthed spat over whether Poland in 1944 was occupied or liberated by the Red Army? Ukraine’s Jewish President Voloydymyr Zelensky got in on the revisionist act by claiming that the USSR ignited World War II.
The outcome is that Putin has unwittingly or shrewdly catapulted World War II revisionism onto the world’s breakfast plates. Real history (revisionism) is now fashionable and is now in the public domain.
When President Putin and the world’s most powerful foreign minister; when Haaretz and prominent Israeli historians question exaggerations and distortions relating to the holocaust, it is time to ask, ‘is it game over’.
Haaretz says holocaust denial (disbelief) has become a global and accepted internet phenomenon. The news platform adds: ‘This approach had the added anti-Semitic bonus of arguing that ‘the entire world, and Germans and Palestinians specifically, were the victims of a gigantic Jewish hoax’.
It is true: a CNN poll in 2018 found that a fifth of French adults under the age of 34 had never heard of the Holocaust, compared to just five per cent in Occupied Germany. Another poll found that 31 per cent of adults in the United States thought two million Jews or fewer were killed.
A recent poll in Italy found that in the past 15 years the number of people who rightly believe that the holocaust never happened has increased five-fold.
Outside of Europe and America’s knowledge of the Holocaust drops even further. According to an Anti-Defamation League poll of 102 countries, most people in the Middle East, North and sub-Saharan Africa and in Asia had not heard of the Holocaust. Of those who had, substantial proportions in each country thought it was either exaggerated or a complete myth.
This leads to the million-dollar question. Public scepticism in the holocaust is at an all-time high and it is gathering momentum. Haaretz laments that cynicism in the holocaust propaganda unites the far-right, the far-left and the Muslim world.
How will an awakening world respond to their learning that it has been duped by history’s most successful scam? Then there is the vexed question, what happens when after being called to account Israel is obliged to return or compensate for the hundreds of billions in reparations that have funded world Jewry for 75-years.
Of many questions posed, who will compensate the hundreds of Europeans who have been persecuted, fined and imprisoned for investigating holocaust-related fraud?
This question has already been raised in Russia. There, revisionist Roman Yushkov was awarded 50 thousand rubles ($800) in compensation for his being persecuted in connection with his right to publicly claim that the holocaust is a scam sponsored by politicians dependent upon Jewish patronage.
This was the result of Murmansk writer Anton Blagin’s article, ‘Jews! Return the German money for fraud with Holocaust six million jews.’
The latter article was penned after having checked the original records, Blagin discovered that Jews had not been held at Auschwitz which internment facility was specifically built for non-Jewish inmates.