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What I think would be better is if you made an hour-hour and a half long documentary that lightly touches upon the camps and early propaganda myths. Narrate it by saying something along the lines of "You learned about this in school. This is what really happened", to spark an interest so that they can do some research of their own.
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For Norwegian17 just to make that presentation, and seeing the chapter names makes me know that Norwegian17 has a very good understanding of the holocaust myth. I'd like to watch the whole thing at some point because I know that I'll learn and see something I didn't know about.
In regards to time I will make time to watch it. It's either we watch the garbage on TV or watch interesting videos like this. Thanks for putting in some snipits from a few of my interviews with well known revisionists.
It might be long but you can watch it piece by piece or have it on in the background as there is a lot of people talking and you really don't have to see the video to get a lot out of it.
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