In short, for the believers the fact that (according to them) the majority of Germans have a negative version of the Third Reich and believe in the orthodox narrative of World War II makes that any thesis that is favorable to Nationalsocialism and/or "Holocaust" Revisionism a nonsense and without any legitimacy. After all, are the Germans who know best their history, right?
So the point is, is there really any truth to the claims of believers about what Germans think of their recent history? How strong is the popular support in the current Germany for "Holocaust" Revisionism and Nationalsocialism on the one hand and the orthodox narrative of the "Holocaust", the Third Reich and World War II on the other?
As is well known by everyone here, Germany is an occupied and oppressed country since 1945, the Germans are subjected to their enemies and therefore they are lacking all national sovereignity and freedom (including, of course, freedom of speech and research, which is what we will point out here). In the BRD is an Orwellian persecution and censorship against everything that has to do with Nationalsocialism and "Holocaust" Revisionism. The FRG authorities are trying to be brainwash all Germans from their childhood into hating their national heroes (especially Adolf Hitler), the most glorious periods in their history (especially the Third Reich) and their own parents and grandparents and also that feel guilty for a "genocide" that never existed. Simultaneously to all this there is also a ruthless persecution against all those German who in public express an opinion which it's favorable to Hitler and skeptical of the "Holocaust".
However, I ask, have the majority of Germans really succumbed to anti-German "Holocaust" propaganda? I have my serious doubts about this because although it's true that many Germans have been brainwashed, I don't think that many others and perhaps the majority of Germans have been. It's true that as I have said there is a brutal social engineering and persecution against the dissident of this disgusting anti-German propaganda, but the Germans of the postwar generations also have (or had those who have already passed away due the pass of the decades) their parents and grandparents who lived the time of Hitler and World War II, if the postwar Germans can be receptive to the lies told to them by a school teacher or by a dark-minded journalist and politician who works for the enemies of Germany by pushing a Jewish propaganda agenda, why not? Can they be with their own parents and grandparents to contrast the misinformation they receive? It seems very difficult to me to believe that most Germans are not able to listen to the views of their parents and grandparents who lived through the Third Reich (I am talking about the ordinary German citizen, not the brainwashed leftist who celebrates the Dresden bombing with the motto "Arthur Harris do it again").
However I am of the opinion that despite all the brutal campaign of social engineering prevailing today I believe that there is a silent majority of Germans who are skeptical of the "Holocaust" and the official narrative of World War II and the Third Reich and that they even have a positive views of Adolf Hitler and Nationalsocialism. Of course, they are guesswork. The only possible way to know for sure what the majority of Germans really think about Hitler and the "Holocaust" would be to repeal certain laws and allow Germans to freely express themselves and discuss the history of their country.
Despite being conjectures I think that what I say may be well founded, for example yesterday I saw again the famous interview with Ursula Haverbeck from 2015 that made her notorious and from min. 43:50 until min. 44:14 she literally said the following when was asked by the interviewer about if she thinks that she could be able to convince the majority of Germans that the Holocaust is a lie:
Even now, I already have the impression that the majority of thinking Germans have experienced so many contradictions that they, at the very least, doubt it strongly. And perhaps even more so, a great many tradespeople and the like, precisely because they're people with their feet on the ground, also say, "That simply can't be right".
I was also very pleasantly impressed when I saw the movie er ist wieder da, this movie (although it seems more like a social experiment) is about how the German society would react if Adolf Hitler returned, there were improvised and real scenes (that is, genuinely authentic, unscripted) of the actor dressed as Hitler interacting with German passersby, the overwhelming majority of them reacted positively when they interacted with "Hitler" and the actor who impersonated the Führer says that he was acclaimed by the majority of Germans who saw him (and not for what the actor is, but for what he represented at that time, and what he represented was Adolf Hitler). In some scenes there were even some Germans who saluted and were photographed with the actor dressed as Hitler doing the Fascist salute as shown in this video. There was such an impact shortly after the film's release that many FRG's and outside journalists, politicians, and media personalities (including Tom Masucci, the actor who impersonated Hitler) lamented that "Hitler" was so well received in today's Germany, calling that fact of "far-right drift" of the German society.
Therefore, as a final thought on the matter, I ask you the following questions, Do the majority of Germans really believe in the "Holocaust"? What do Germans really think about Hitler and Nationalsocialism today? What is their true current perception of World War II and the Third Reich era? Does the average German citizen feel represented by the perfidious political and journalistic class of the FRG that constantly falsifies their history and tries to instill in them a feeling of guilt and self-hatred by his promotion of the Holocaust agenda? Do you think there is hope that "Holocaust" Revisionism will triumph in Germany and the disgusting cult of guilt will crumble? I would like to read what you think about this issue especially the users who are Germans and/or who live or have lived in Germany, they will be able to speak with more knowledge about this issue, thanks in advice.