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Should there be a "Holocau$t Forgetting Day?" / LOL

Postby Hannover » 10 months 6 days ago (Mon Feb 05, 2018 1:29 pm)

Amusing sarcasm here.

"Can Germany ever be forgiven for killing Jews?"

- They didn't kill Jews as alleged
- As long as there are huge profits to made & political power to be gained by falsely claiming the impossible '6M Jews, 5M others, & gas chambers' there will be no 'forgiving'.

"UN marks Holocaust Remembrance Day"

- Everyday is "Holocaust Remembrance Day".
We hear The BIg Lie 24/7/365.
"We can force through any lie. It just has to be big enough so that a normal person says, 'Well that cannot be a lie!'. Then the lie cannot be recognized as such. And the lie has to be repeated continuously. Then it is believed and is powerful because it is the belief in a 'truth.'"
- from 'Propaganda', by Zionist Jew Edward Bernays

- Hannover ... tting-day/
Should there be a Holocaust forgetting day?

There are many days of Holocaust remembrance when everyone must remember the Holocaust. But can we ever have one day in which we completely forget the Holocaust?

Can Germany ever be forgiven for killing Jews?

You can read about Holocaust Remembrance here:,734 ... 51,00.html

The following quote is from the article cited above:
UN marks Holocaust Remembrance Day
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres: ‘Holocaust did not occur in a vacuum,’ during speech on Holocaust, anti-Semitism; Danny Danon denounced UN Human Rights Council’s report that calls for settlement boycott; Eva Lavi, youngest Schindler’s List survivor, spoke.

Can the German people ever be forgiven for killing Jews?
I don’t think so. Long after you and I are dead, there will still be many days of Holocaust remembrance.

"History is a set of lies agreed upon."
- Napoleon

If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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