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Thursday, April 12, 2018

“Shocking” Holocaust Poll! But Read Here for the Really Shocking Aspects

By Nicholas Stix

Earlier today, MSNBC’s Chuck Todd recount a new poll that claims that:

• “11 percent of U.S. adults overall haven't heard of the Holocaust or aren't sure if they did”;
• “41 percent of millennials believe two million Jews or fewer were killed during the Holocaust”; and
• “Two-thirds of millennials could not identify … what Auschwitz was.”

The sponsors of the survey were deeply disturbed that fewer people knew about the Holocaust than used to be the case, and that what they knew was light on the details.

Here’s what I find disturbing about the poll.

It was commissioned by a group, The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, that only exists to milk German taxpayers for Holocaust money. The Holocaust ended almost 73 years ago. If I were still a German (oops! I initially wrote “West German”) taxpayer, I’d scream “Never again!,” and I’d be talking about extortion.

The extortion group expects every American to be conversant with the details of only one historical incident that was committed over 70 years ago, in a world of genocide.

The press release of the poll has been exploited by black supremacists, who have revived a once-notorious race hoax, the “Liberators” Hoax.

In 1992, Jewish Marxists Williams Miles and Nina Rosenblum, and with narration by Denzel Washington (a Best Actor nominee this year for “Flight”) and Lou Gossett Jr., sought to reinforce the failing Jewish Marxist-black supremacist alliance, by fabricating a hoax “documentary” called Liberators, about the segregated, black Army battalions, the 761st Tank and 183rd Combat Engineers, that had rescued 53,000 starving Jews from the Nazi concentration camps Buchenwald and Dachau. (Black Oscar-winners Denzel Washington and Lou Gossett Jr. narrated.) The problem was, black GIs had not liberated the Jews, whites had. (Jesse Jackson had helped embellish on the hoax in 1988, by adding Dachau.)

At the time, a fair number of black WWII combat veterans, who had served valiantly, were still alive. Fearing that when the truth came out about the hoax, their actual heroism would be assumed to have also been a hoax, they exposed the lies.

In recent years, the Liberator hoaxers have revived their big lie, and the media have either fallen silent, or acted as their accomplices. Meanwhile, the honest, black war heroes have since died, or become senile.

Today, NAACP President & CEO Cornell William Brooks revived and exploited the Liberators hoax.



“In 1945, Black soldiers saw Jewish bodies burned in flames of hate. In 2018, all must see in the ashes of the #Holocaust warnings of the dangers of today’s hate. WHEN 41% of Americans can’t say what Auschwitz was—our work is not done. #YomHashoah #YomHaShoah2018”


If a survey were conducted on how many Americans knew about the political movement and its regimes that slaughtered over 100 million civilians between 1917 and, say, 1977, I’ll bet that the results would be something like the following:

• 91 percent of U.S. adults overall haven't heard of the Communist mass murder of over 100 million civilians, or aren't sure if they did;
• 99.9 percent of millennials believe one million civilians or fewer were slaughtered by the Communists;
• 99 percent of millennials could not identify the connection between Communism and mass murder; and
• 99 percent of millennials could not identify the euphemisms “anti-racism” and “anti-fascism” as code phrases for Communism.
 

CBS/AP April 12, 2018, 11:57 A.M.
4 in 10 millennials don't know 6 million Jews were killed in Holocaust, study shows

NEW YORK -- More than one-fifth of millennials in the U.S. -- 22 percent -- haven't heard of, or aren't sure if they've heard of, the Holocaust, according to a study published Thursday, on Israel's Holocaust Remembrance Day. The study, which was commissioned by The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany and conducted by Schoen Consulting, also found that 11 percent of U.S. adults overall haven't heard of the Holocaust or aren't sure if they did.

Additionally, 41 percent of millennials believe two million Jews or fewer were killed during the Holocaust, the study found. Six million Jews were killed in World War II by Nazi Germany and its accomplices.

Two-thirds of millennials could not identify in the survey what Auschwitz was.

"The survey found there are critical gaps both in awareness of basic facts as well as detailed knowledge of the Holocaust," said a news release on the findings.

A majority of American adults surveyed -- 70 percent -- agreed with a statement reading: "Fewer people seem to care about the Holocaust as much as they used to." And 58 percent of Americans believe that something like the Holocaust could happen again, the survey found.

The study on Holocaust awareness and knowledge in the U.S. was conducted between February 23 and 27 and involved 1,350 interviews with American adults 18 and older.

"This study underscores the importance of Holocaust education in our schools," Greg Schneider, executive vice president of the Claims Conference said in a statement. "There remain troubling gaps in Holocaust awareness while survivors are still with us; imagine when there are no longer survivors here to tell their stories."…

4 comments:

Andrea Daley Utronebel said...

How many people know about all the victims of Stalin? Furthermore, the fact that many Bolsheviks mass-killers were Jewish?

Douglas said...

Which holocaust? I know you are referring to the Jewish holocaust. But simply saying “the holocaust” and assuming everyone knows you are speaking of the Jewish holocaust implies you don’t regard the many hundreds of other holocausts through out history as important to remember.

Anonymous said...

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-04-13/russia-has-irrefutable-evidence-uk-staged-syrian-chemical-attack
Who is telling the truth?Who are we supposed to believe?
---GRA

Anonymous said...

I think very few negro or Mex in this country really care much about historical events at all other than a vague notion that "we" [black or Mex] were somehow mistreated.