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Weissman writes: "Yes, many Israelis make use of the Holocaust, just as many in America traded on the undeniable horror of 9/11. That's Shoah business, as Israel's silver-tongued Abba Eban once called it."

The protest against Hollande turned anti-semitic. (photo: AFP)
The protest against Hollande turned anti-semitic. (photo: AFP)


Fascist Beast Back in the Streets of Paris

By Steve Weissman, Reader Supported News

30 January 14

 

ew, go away," the marchers in Paris shouted last Sunday. "France is not for you." Mostly white men under 30, they made their feelings clear. "Juif! Juif! Juif! Juif!" they shouted with menace, "Jew! Jew! Jew! Jew!" They also shouted against LICRA, the International League against racism and anti-Semitism, which is not quite an equivalent of our ACLU. A few marchers waved French flags, the blue, white, and red. A man with a shaved head and leather jacket gave what appeared to be an old-fashioned Nazi salute.

"Juif. Hors de France!" "Jew. Out of France!" they shouted. "Faurisson was right. Gas chambers are a fraud."

Watch the action on YouTube. Let it be a wake-up call for us all, and a reality check for those who view the Holocaust and its gas chambers as little more than a Zionist marketing ploy. Yes, many Israelis make use of the Holocaust, just as many in America traded on the undeniable horror of 9/11. That's Shoah business, as Israel's silver-tongued Abba Eban once called it. Netanyahu continues to use the Holocaust against the Palestinians and in his nightmare talk of "an existential threat" from Iran.

This is part of the story, and no one should deny it. But wake up and smell the gas. Zionists did not make Jews Hitler's chosen people. Hitler did. He made us his chief scapegoat and whipping boy, and not for anything we did, an inconvenient truth that will provoke closet anti-Semites and perturb those Jews who - like members of other persecuted minorities - buy into the hateful ideologies of their persecutors. Jews were not guilty for the crimes of the Third Reich, whether against other nations, other people, or European Jewry. Hitler was guilty, along with his supporters, taking so much of his insane inspiration from the darkest depths of Christian Europe's long-standing hatred of its generally miniscule Jewish minority.

As Sunday's march shows, his die-hard followers still sing the same song, and - like their Führer - they will not stop with Jews. They are already targeting Gypsies, gays, immigrants, and above all Muslims who live here, many from former French colonies in North Africa and south of the Sahara. Sadly, an uncertain number of French Muslims have bought into the Jew-bashing. I hope they do not discover their mistake the hard way. Inshallah.

Advanced billing for the "Jour de Colère" - "Day of Rage" - never mentioned the neo-Nazis, who were only one of the participating groups. Organizers estimated the overall numbers at 120,000, while police put it at 17,000, and they came together to declare the beginning of a retro-revolutionary "French Spring."

Sponsors included a who's zoo of the far-right fringe, from Catholic traditionalists and royalists to modern-day poujadists and neo-fascist defenders of their European, French and regional identities. Their slogans and placards told where they came from and where they would take France if they ever took power. Defend "family values." Stop immigration. Keep France for the French. Oppose abortion. Condemn in vitro fertilization. Overturn the recent legalization of "marriage for all." Reject changes to traditional education. "No to the destruction of civilization." "France, nation, revolution!"

Participants also called for the hapless French president François Hollande to step down from office, and protested loudly against his high taxes and go-nowhere economic policies. I share their pain, but prefer Paul Krugman's Keynesian critique, and I blame Hollande and other European deficit hawks and austerity mongers for opening the door to the growing revival of the far right.

As far as I can tell, few if any of the other angry participants have disavowed and condemned the Neo-Nazi shock troops with whom they marched. Why offend them? They could in time prove useful.

The loudest silence comes from Marine Le Pen and her rebranded National Front, who did not sponsor the march but pitch much of their appeal to those who were there. These 'patriots" and "people of the Right" are her base, whom she cannot afford to offend even as she tries tirelessly to move beyond the thuggery of her father, Jean-Marie Le Pen, the godfather of French "fachos."

Correction: "Denying the Holocaust: What Would Hitler Do?"

In my last column, I mentioned that Hitler wrote as early as 1922 that his "first and foremost task will be the annihilation of the Jews." He never wrote that, but said it in an interview with the German journalist Josef Hell. The German-born historian Gerald Fleming saved this all-important scrap of history in his book "Hitler and the Final Solution."

"What do you want to do to the Jews once you have full discretionary power?" Hell asked.

Stunned by Hitler's response, Hell noted it at length.

His eyes no longer saw me but instead bore past me and off into empty space; his explanations grew increasingly voluble until he fell into a kind of paroxysm that ended with his shouting, as if to the a whole public gathering: "Once I really am in power, my first and foremost task will be the annihilation of the Jews. As soon as I have the power to do so, I will have gallows built in rows - at the Marienplatz in Munich, for example - as many as traffic allows. Then the Jews will be hanged indiscriminately, and they will remain hanging until they stink; they will hang there as long as the principles of hygiene permit. As soon as they have been untied, the next batch will be strung up, and so on down the line, until the last Jew in Munich has been exterminated. Other cities will follow suit, precisely in this fashion, until all Germany has been completely cleansed of Jews.

Hitler said this in 1922. According to the highly-respected Fleming, the record can be found at Josef Hell, "Aufzeichnung," 1922, ZS 640, p. 5, Institut fur Zeitgeschichte.



A veteran of the Berkeley Free Speech Movement and the New Left monthly Ramparts, Steve Weissman lived for many years in London, working as a magazine writer and television producer. He now lives and works in France, where he is researching a new book, "Big Money and the Corporate State: How Global Banks, Corporations, and Speculators Rule and How to Nonviolently Break Their Hold."

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+37 # Trish42 2014-01-30 09:56
Were I one of the few rational right-winger remaining, I would take a close look at the people with whom I was now sharing my bed. Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas.
 
 
+13 # Seadog 2014-01-30 10:20
I'm a Progressive Indie and sadly I think its past time we recognized that we also have a significant and growing segment of Jew haters on the left these days. I encounter them at many sites online these days and sometimes at various meetings. They cloak themselves as "anti-Zionist", but it doesn't take long to expose what they really are.
 
 
-15 # brux 2014-01-30 10:33
>> Yes, many Israelis make use of the Holocaust, just as many in America traded on the undeniable horror of 9/11.

Please explain to me in what way? Like blacks make "use" of oppression and slavery.

Maybe if you knew more history you might understand that the Palestinians, at least the Islamic leadership of the Palestinians during WWII was officially allied to Hitler and the Third Reich by Haj Amin Al Hussayni who lived in Berlin by Hitler's generosity and who at least in name commanded an SS group that was active in Yugoslavia.

If you have your doubts please review this You-Tube video from 47 seconds in ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCAVJo7qX6s

From the "About" section:
> The cooperation between the Grand Mufti and Hitler was based on their common goal of exterminating the Jews. As for the Middle East Hitler promised the Mufti a leadership role in the future treatment of the Jews there.

The Bosnian-Muslim SS-troops was not only looking for Jews to kill; they performed horrific abuse against other ethnic groups in the Balkans, mainly Serbs. This is an often forgotten background of what happened during the civil war in former Jogoslavien in the 1990s.
 
 
-2 # David Starr 2014-01-30 13:46
@brux: When criticizing Jews as fascistic, most people are not referring to the group as a whole.

With an Islamic leadership of the Palestinians during WWII officially allied to Hitler, they're no better than right-wing Jews.
 
 
0 # brux 2014-01-30 16:06
That's your opinion - whatever its based on I have no idea.
 
 
+3 # David Starr 2014-01-31 11:24
@brux: The idea that no one group is strictly a B/W entity. You don't seem to understand that when it comes to Jews, judging from past posts.

I'm sure there have been Palestinian leaders or individuals who were not innocent, as you mention in your post. But can you admit that on the Jewish side as well?
 
 
+3 # MJnevetS 2014-01-30 14:09
Brux - Your post (with the 'thumbs downs') is a prime example of 'lefties' who are 'neoliberal' anti-semites, as noted by Seadog. There is a long history of arabic aid and complicity in trying to attain Hitler's vision for the Jews. The fact that you have received 'thumbs downs' for citing accurate history, is a prime example of the dumbing down of people on the left as well as the right. (I'm certainly NOT making a general criticism of liberals OR conservatives, but all too often, in recent years, I see people take an intractable position DESPITE actual facts. It is one of the reasons I rarely ever comment any more on this (or any other) news site, political or otherwise. People conflate their opinion with facts, failing to realise that they are two distinct (and all too often opposing) creatures.
 
 
-11 # brux 2014-01-30 16:07
Tell me about it ... this is a nutty website which is why I distance myself from it. Their is some kind of agenda going on here, and it's nothing I recognize as Liberal or Progressive.
 
 
+1 # Rick Levy 2014-01-30 20:16
In taking the same position as those of Seadog and brux about so-called progressives' and leftists' animus towards Jews and Israel , I've been thumbs-down voted into the red so often it's a wonder I haven't exsanguinated by now.
 
 
-10 # brux 2014-01-30 16:09
But, it is Lefties who are voting down what is documented history ... or some other anonymous actors who want to make the real Left look bad? I think the real Left has nothing to do with any of the thumbs down on my comments.

It may be understandable to conflate opinions with facts, but when they use both to support hatred and genocide, that's a big problem.
 
 
+8 # suzyskier 2014-01-30 16:48
Brux
Hitlers generosity? I hope I misunderstood your comments. It appears to me that it was ok to murder Jews but not anyone else. The world is turning back the clock to the 1930's and it isn't a pretty picture. Calling those who are to the left of you(not you you but the general you) communists etc Are we going backwards here. It sure seems like it. Anytime the economy is down it is always the fault of the Jews, handy scape goats. I am shocked that the French are so anti semetic, but then again they did turn many of their Jews over to the SS and Gestopo.
 
 
0 # brux 2014-01-30 18:31
Suzy, I cannot believe you are so daft as to not get that ... Hitler put his man in the East up in a luxury Berlin apartment during the war and made him commander of an SS brigade. After the way the Grand Mufti busied himself with the Muslim Brotherhood and training his nephew, Yassir Arafat in terrorism. That seems to be fine with many here as long as it is directed to the Jews, especially if referred to as Zionists.
 
 
+32 # Phlippinout 2014-01-30 10:55
I am very clear on the fact that I never confuse zionism with being Jewish. Zionism is political and Jewish is a religion. I think Israel has used the Jewish people to further its brutal occupation and buy off decent common sense with its big money lobby. As they continue to build illegal settlements and attack innocent families, I continue to speak out. If you think my words are "anti jewish" tough! Many Jews know that zionism is not about religion!
 
 
-11 # brux 2014-01-30 16:09
What double-talk nonsense.
 
 
+5 # Paul Larudee 2014-01-30 11:17
Although no racism is excusable for any reason, its origins are illuminating. Today's racism against Jews is largely a reaction to Jewish racism, i.e. Zionism, which persecutes, expels and eliminates non-Jews within the territories it controls, and manipulates other governments and societies, to the extent it is capable, toward that end, and to make itself a regional superpower, also to the extent that it is capable. It is too much to expect that the affected societies will consistently view Jews as different from Zionists, especially when Zionism encourages exactly the opposite and when there is in fact a considerable correspondence between the two, which has not always been the case. Let us hope that this distinction will be restored through the work of Jews, Jewish organizations and non-Jews dedicated to ending Zionism and restoring justice to its victims.
 
 
+7 # blizmo1 2014-01-30 11:40
Quoting Paul Larudee:
Although no racism is excusable for any reason, its origins are illuminating. Today's racism against Jews is largely a reaction to Jewish racism, i.e. Zionism, which persecutes, expels and eliminates non-Jews within the territories it controls, and manipulates other governments and societies, to the extent it is capable, toward that end, and to make itself a regional superpower, also to the extent that it is capable. It is too much to expect that the affected societies will consistently view Jews as different from Zionists, especially when Zionism encourages exactly the opposite and when there is in fact a considerable correspondence between the two, which has not always been the case. Let us hope that this distinction will be restored through the work of Jews, Jewish organizations and non-Jews dedicated to ending Zionism and restoring justice to its victims.

...and let's not miss an opportunity for an anti-Zionist rant, even if this article is about France and their right wing who threaten gays, immigrants, and the poor... Gotta get a jab in at Israel... Why not America, with just as spotty a human rights record, if not worse?
 
 
+3 # Paul Larudee 2014-01-30 12:14
Let's not miss an opportunity to excuse Israel and Zionism.
 
 
+20 # Kootenay Coyote 2014-01-30 12:14
European anti-Jewish racism dates back to the high Middle Ages, long before 19h C. Zionism arose.
 
 
-7 # Secret Squirrel 2014-01-30 14:26
Quoting Kootenay Coyote:
European anti-Jewish racism dates back to the high Middle Ages, long before 19h C. Zionism arose.


Yes, but it is of an entirely different nature. Middle-Age prejudice against Jews was based on religion. Zionism is Jewish colonialism and is based in politics.
 
 
0 # Mannstein 2014-02-01 11:51
Actually it goes back to the days of ancient Greece and Rome. If I were a Jew I would be asking myself why us?
 
 
+13 # MJnevetS 2014-01-30 14:36
"Today's racism against Jews is largely a reaction to Jewish racism, i.e. Zionism" What a load of HORSE$H!T! Although some early (3rd Century) church leadership, held the Jewish religion in high esteem as 'living history', going back to Augustine in the 4th Century, leaders of Christianity. were calling for a lowered status and discrimination against Jews.
In the 13th Century, the Fourth Lateran Council in 1215 set forth the requirement that Jews wear something that distinguished them as Jews (long before Hitler). It is an undercurrent which exists in doctrinal Christian teachings in Europe. There is literally almost two millennia of racist and prejudicial treatment of Jews that has simmered very close to the surface of the European psyche and as with Germany in 1922, all it takes is some serious financial hardship to the general population, along with a charismatic leader to bring it to the fore and again Jews become a target for all the woes facing that society. It is unfortunately not much better in the U.S. Poverty and ignorance have a certain segment of people searching for a target to scapegoat. Learn your history. Today's racism/antisemi tism has a long and checkered history. Claiming that in essence "The Jews have brought this on themselves, because of Zionism" is equal to the argument that "The Jews have brought this on themselves, because of their killing of our savior". In other words "Haters gotta hate". Grow up!
 
 
+34 # Citizen Mike 2014-01-30 11:31
Race hatred is irrational and inexcusable. Class hatred is rational and the most appropriate response to the attack by the rich on the middle class and the poor.

The rich want the poor to die so there will be a bigger slice of the pie for them to grab. they resent the demand that they pay their fair share of taxes to keep our government services operating. The rich want to reduce the middle class to a helpless, desperate and politically impotent condition.

The Jews of Germany never committed any offense against the German People the way the Rich are damaging the well-being of the American People with their unrestrained greed and arrogance. It is time the rich were reminded that they are mortal and share the human condition. We all come out of the womb naked and go naked into the grave. Nobody gets to keep their wealth and power forever.
 
 
+1 # Cassandra2012 2014-02-13 14:43
but they can pass that wealth on to their children, grandchildren ... like the aristocracy they secretly yearn to be.
 
 
-23 # John Mortl 2014-01-30 12:32
In conformity with the strategy or damage control whenever inconvenient information on the hoax manages to break through the wall of misinformation Steve Weissman conveniently omitted mention that the Paris protestors were shouting that Faurisson was right, the gas chambers are a fraud. For those not familiar with French Professor Faurisson, against persistent persecution by the fanatical protectors of the myth, and their violent enforcers, he has persevered and exposed the hollowness of the gassing claim. He was instrumental in the facilitation of the Leuchter forensic report exposing as a fraud the claim that Auschwitz had gas chambers. In line with others who the lobby obliges to uphold the myth, the Paris based International NYTs went into damage control mode by running a string of the usual unsubstantiated tall tales of the hoax. They tellingly omitted any reference to the demonstrators shouts denouncing the gas chamber swindle.
 
 
+22 # Farafalla 2014-01-30 13:15
The Nazis were meticulous in keeping records of the number of people they killed in the death camps. So there is a mountain of evidence they created. They filmed what they did in some cases. They called the death numbers "production" statistics. Read the book, "The Nazi Doctors" if you really want to know how victims of the Nazis were killed.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Jay_Lifton

Zyclon B was a real gas used to exterminate people en masse. Our pesticide industry is based on compounds and actions that started in the Nazi death camps. The data on human subjects was gathered by Nazi doctors and found by the allies after the liberation of the camps.

So, for all you Holocaust deniers out there, you should know the killing of targeted populations, and especially Jews, was an industrial process with planning, calculations, efficiency and a ton of data. But even more Jews were killed in the field and not brought to the camps. If the Holocaust is a hoax, the Germans would be the first to say so. They haven't.
 
 
+7 # Ravencroak 2014-01-30 13:41
Fundamentalism of all stripes is the issue--whether Zionist, Christian, Muslim, neo liberal capitalist, etc. To use an ideology to define who is human and who is not guarantees suffering and hatred. The name of the fundamentalist and the name of the ideology are irrelevant. But it is very dangerous to allow fundamentalists to operate as they will, and sometimes they must be destroyed or restrained. It's all a source of much grief...
 
 
-13 # barbaratodish 2014-01-30 13:54
Steve Weissman Maybe the way YOU treat YOUR FAMILY (of man) is coming back AT you! lol
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2546449/Anelka-comic-perform-UK-Man-controversial-quenelle-gesture-says-prove-no-means-racist.html
 
 
+2 # draypoker 2014-01-31 08:53
Quoting barbaratodish:
Steve Weissman Maybe the way YOU treat YOUR FAMILY (of man) is coming back AT you! lol
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2546449/Anelka-comic-perform-UK-Man-controversial-quenelle-gesture-says-prove-no-means-racist.html

The Daily Mail is a newspaper that is rather far to the right. It was pro-Nazi before the second world war. All quotes from it should be read while being aware of its nasty past and unpleasant present.
 
 
+17 # Vardoz 2014-01-30 15:17
Being a Jew and agreeing with what the Israeli govt is doing to the Palestinians are two different things. There are many Jews that hate how Israel is treating the Palestinians. Israel has become in many ways the enemy they hated- And developed an extreme reaction formation to the suffering and death they endured. They still preach fear of the other and are now using their power to severely abuse the Palestinian people - They killed a young American girl Rachael Corey running her over with a bulldozer as she was trying to stop a Palestinian house from being torn down. Our country didn't care. Their entire approach towards the Palestinian people is genocidal - I lived in Israel, my mother was born there. There is a very militaristic atmosphere in Israel and many Israeli's oppose how the govt are treating the Palestinians. The French should understand the difference. There are many French who are racist, stuck up snobs but I don't hate all French people. It is unfortunate that they can't differeniate. But hate seems to be part of the human genenome. It's been around forever- People find reasons to hate and kill for every reason possible. The Church, religion, poverty, color, nationality you name it. The trick is to realize this and rise above it- Personally I hate people who hate!
 
 
+11 # Vardoz 2014-01-30 15:55
And by the way Coke sold Fanta orange soda to the Nazi's and IBM sold computers to them too- nothing is sacred if a buck can be made to these corporations. A sad fact.
 
 
0 # Maturus 2014-01-30 18:46
Wow! IBM sold computers to the Nazis? What did the Nazis do with these instruments from the future?
 
 
0 # Cassandra2012 2014-02-13 14:46
And the Koch bros. John Bircher father traded with both them and Stalin,,,
 
 
+9 # suzyskier 2014-01-30 16:38
Quoting Penn:
The left is replacing Jew Hating with Rich Hating. You parasites are no different that the NAZI's, and never were.

God switch the word parasites with Jews and you sound like your buddy Adoph and his ilk. There is no place for that type of language in a post WWII, nor was thee before. Shame on you.
 
 
-8 # John Mortl 2014-01-30 19:22
Agricanto as per usual with the supporters of the hoax they are masters of hyperbole, making exaggerated claims that they can't back up. He refers to meticulous record keeping and implies that they support the myth without providing a source. This slight of hand is par for the course with hoax apologists. The dilemma for them is that there were meticulous records kept but they don't support their contention. If they did they would be plastered in capital letters all over the media. We wouldn't hear the end of it. I don't know if Agricanto is playing at the usual game of disinformation or is just confused. There are no contemporaneous pictures of gassings let alone victims from eastern camps such as Auschwitz. He may be trying to confuse us with the pictures of typhus victims caught up in overcrowded camps as the whole system collapsed when food and medicine couldn't get through the bombing and battling in the last desperate fighting in Germany,not Poland. Even Yad Vashem doesn't claim that the camps in Germany had gas chambers. After unsuccessfully sifting through all the German documents for nearly 70 years reasonable people would conclude that there is no evidence of an extermination policy. How do you explain the nearly 5 million Jewish 'survivors' at war's end? How do you explain that, with a few exceptions only non French Jews were deported? How do you explain the 150,000 Jews and part Jews in the German Army? Some of whom were Generals and other high ranks.
 
 
+3 # davehaze 2014-01-30 22:29
What was the religion of Hitler? the religion of the Nazis? Catholic, I think. The Nazis Catholic in the minority, Protestant in majority, Lutherans. Hitler said, As a Christian it is my duty to fight for truth and justice. The belt buckle of the SS was God is all. How many Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, atheists in the SS and Nazis party, in the German army? Not many. Antisemitism is mainly a Christian philosophy. Same in Russia. What was Stalin and now Putin? Not atheists. Orthodox Christians. And Fascist the lot of them no matter what they thought of themselves.

And don't sidestep by accusing me of being anti Christian/Catho lic, anti religion. I was raised Catholic. Most of the folks I know and love are Christians. But I am consistently being lied to. We are all being lied to. Mislead.
 
 
-1 # Mannstein 2014-02-01 12:09
And who were the leading political figures in the Russian revolution? How about Stalin's willing executioners? Or what about Lazar Kaganovich the beast responsible for carrying out the murder of 7 million Ukrainians?

Need I say Jews? Ah yes they committed these crimes for a Higher Good. And when Stalin finally got rid of these bastards they morphed into victims in the West.
 
 
+5 # USAFsarge4u 2014-01-31 05:22
The thing that worries me is that Zionism is doing the world Jewish community no favors. Zionism is to the Palestinians as the 19th century USA was to the Native Americans. Forcing Native Americans to live on small reservations is similar to forcing the Palestinians to live on ever decreasing amounts of land.

As long as Zionism continues to be a burden on the world, people around the world will lose respect for those whom Zionism seeks to fight. The whole thing is counterproducti ve. If I were Jewish, I would condemn Zionism, just I condemn my fellow European Americans for what they did to Native Americans.

Moral of the story: If you would not be disliked, it's best to refrain from doing those things which cause you to be disliked.
 
 
0 # Mannstein 2014-02-01 12:12
Could not have expressed it better myself. Thank you. And let's not forget the victims of the USS Liberty.
 
 
+4 # AUCHMANNOCH 2014-01-31 19:20
Most of these fascist bastards on the streets of Paris probably consider themselves Christians. Why is there always this fear of the 'other',usually by folk with little education and low economic status. The vilification of minorities like Jews, Gays, Gypsies should not be tolerated anywhere just as the vilification of Palestinians should not be tolerated in Israel. It isn't difficult to know what is right.
 
 
+1 # Anarchist 23 2014-01-31 21:32
Round up the usual suspects...it seems politics everywhere have hardly advanced beyond that. Good and Evil are equal opportunity employers and each individual decides...it is not decided by which group you belong to...for example...Jews, gypsies, gays etc...I am an astrologer among other things...we are often on the list of usual suspects. I would rather suffer wrong than do wrong...if that time comes I will stand with the victims not the victimizers.
 
 
-2 # Mannstein 2014-02-01 12:01
Here we go again with the gas chambers in spite of the fact that there has never been a single forensic investigation which uncovered the use of Zyklon-B aas a murder weapon. Hundreds of autopsies were performed immediately at the end of WWII by military pathologists all came up negative.

Had that not been the case without a doubt the evidence would have been presented at the Nuremberg IMT trials by US Prosecutor Jackson. No forensic evidence no gas chambers. End of story.
 
 
-1 # Secret Squirrel 2014-02-01 22:02
Quoting Mannstein:
Here we go again with the gas chambers in spite of the fact that there has never been a single forensic investigation which uncovered the use of Zyklon-B aas a murder weapon. Hundreds of autopsies were performed immediately at the end of WWII by military pathologists all came up negative.

Had that not been the case without a doubt the evidence would have been presented at the Nuremberg IMT trials by US Prosecutor Jackson. No forensic evidence no gas chambers. End of story.


Well said, sir!

Now, if only you could get through to Steve Weissman to stop being an apologist for the cult of Jewish victimhood and Holocaust® mythology.
 
 
-1 # USAFsarge4u 2014-02-02 01:12
Now if we could move Mr. Weissmann up to the 21st century. He continues to live in the past. Until a time machine is invented, there is nothing we can do to the past to change it. Where is Mr. Weissmann regarding the atrocities committed today? Nary a word.

Selective outrage towards atrocities doesn't cut it, and it's hypocritical. To use the words of that justly condemned George W. Bush, in a paraphrase - Either you're for all atrocities or against all of them. Weissmann has not yet come out for or against all of them, but he implicitly is for some of the atrocities by his absence of condemnation of them all. That is self-serving.

My apologies for paraphrasing that bubble-head, George W. Bush, but even a stopped clock can be right once in a while.
 

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