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BBC's Who Do You Think You Are once again promotes holocaust

Postby borjastick » 3 months 4 weeks ago (Tue Aug 14, 2018 4:14 am)

This programme is fast becoming the go-to television experience for those wishing to promote the holocaust story.

How many times do we see this programme choosing a jewish 'tv star' who then amazingly finds heartbreaking stories of a holocaust persuasion about his or her ancestors??? I can think of four or five now and last night was no different.

The programme focused on Judge Rinder. Here's what Wikipedia says about him -
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Robert Rinder, also known as Judge Rinder, is an English criminal law barrister and television personality. He is best known for his role on the reality courtroom series Judge Rinder. Wikipedia
Born: May 31, 1978 (age 40 years), London, United Kingdom
Spouse: Seth Cumming (m. 2013–2018)
Parents: Angela Cohen
Books: Rinder's Rules: Make the Law Work For You!
Education: University of Manchester, Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet, Woodhouse College


It's all over British media today but the Sun report is here - https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/7 ... k-you-are/

In it we read this horror story...
Robert’s grandfather’s parents and five sisters were murdered in the Holocaust and he was sent to work at Robert’s grandfather survived the holocaust after being rescued by a charity.

He was taken to the Lake District and rehoused before building a successful life for himself.

Three hundred Jewish orphans who were sent from Theresienstadt to Windermere after the end of the war.
concentration camp, located in German-occupied Czechoslovakia.


and then this...

Robert’s grandfather survived the holocaust after being rescued by a charity.

He was taken to the Lake District and rehoused before building a successful life for himself.

Three hundred Jewish orphans who were sent from Theresienstadt to Windermere after the end of the war.


I wasn't able to watch this programme last night so I am not certain what the detail was but I'll wager that no proof was offered on the deaths, or murders, as they put it, of all his grandfather's family. Any proof offered? Where, when and how were they 'murdered'.

It's just another tale of woe and heartbreak at the hands of those evil Nazis backed up with zero evidence. His grandpa was a young man when he went to Theresienstadt so would have qualified for immediate deportation and extermination under the oft quoted 'the Germans wanted to kill every jews they could get their hands on' routine.

There was a war on and millions suffered from the associated privations of it including illness and lack of regular food. The BBC really ought to stop this nonsense now and stop including claims in shows without hard evidence and proof of them.


'Of the four million Jews under Nazi control in WW2, six million died and alas only five million survived.'

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Re: BBC's Who Do You Think You Are once again promotes holocaust

Postby Ratross » 3 months 4 weeks ago (Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:21 am)

I got a quick glimpse of this myself last night as I turned over from another channel, which, incidentally was doing exactly the same thing. It was an American sitcom type deal that couldn't have been more feeble in it's attempt at indoctrinating youngsters with it's constant Hitler/evil/Holocaust theme.
I found it bizarre that two separate channels on UK TV were propagating the same message hence my joining here today. Naturally, I didn't stay with the BBC either and ended up switching off altogether.

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Re: BBC's Who Do You Think You Are once again promotes holocaust

Postby JLAD Prove Me Wrong » 3 months 4 weeks ago (Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:24 am)

Ratross wrote:I got a quick glimpse of this myself last night as I turned over from another channel, which, incidentally was doing exactly the same thing. It was an American sitcom type deal that couldn't have been more feeble in it's attempt at indoctrinating youngsters with it's constant Hitler/evil/Holocaust theme.
I found it bizarre that two separate channels on UK TV were propagating the same message hence my joining here today. Naturally, I didn't stay with the BBC either and ended up switching off altogether.


Rindler claims to have grown up in a respectable working class Jewish community. He claims his grandfather Morris was a Holocaust survivor who never really talked about it, and registered deaths of various family members in the holocaust before his death in 2001.

The "circumstances of death" was listed by his grandfather as Treblinka Camp. Treblinka has already been covered in "The Treblinka Archaeology Hoax" but simply put, there are no mass graves for Treblinka. We are talking about the alleged killing of 700,000-900,000 Jews. Also, there are no exhumed bones which were verified as belonging to a person who was killed by Zyklon B.

Also, throughout the film, Rinder goes through paperwork connected to his grandfather, but for all the paperwork they find, they never find a document which shows a verified, exhumed, human bone which belonged to a person who was fatally gassed in a single concentration camp.

If that cannot be shown after 70+ years, it's no wonder the industry is collapsing upon itself. This film is probably damge control.
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Re: BBC's Who Do You Think You Are once again promotes holocaust

Postby Hektor » 3 months 4 weeks ago (Tue Aug 14, 2018 11:51 am)

Ratross wrote:I got a quick glimpse of this myself last night as I turned over from another channel, which, incidentally was doing exactly the same thing. It was an American sitcom type deal that couldn't have been more feeble in it's attempt at indoctrinating youngsters with it's constant Hitler/evil/Holocaust theme.
I found it bizarre that two separate channels on UK TV were propagating the same message hence my joining here today. Naturally, I didn't stay with the BBC either and ended up switching off altogether.

I got no access to the BBC channels. But it is indeed quite odd that separate channels (Who I presume also have separate management structures) would do some Holocaust promotion at the same time. And then people wonder, why the scene of Conspiracy Theories is actually growing?
Reality may be the banal fact that TV channel editors are being lobbied, just as politicians are.

The evil-Hitler-Holocaust being pushed down people's throat across several countries is all to obvious though. It takes some coordinated effort to get that ball rolling. It's for sure not customer demand driven. The good thing that this also gets noticed by people and like Ratross it will lead them to this forum, where the Holocaust issue is put under scrutiny. So welcome to CODOH FORUM, Ratross.

As for the Rinder character. It's the old soap story of the "Holocaust survivor" that "lost his whole family" in "the Holocaust". Of course there is no real evidence given on how or even whether those relatives died. As a matter of fact given that Jews were deported and sent to a variety of destinations during world war two and given that they migrated a lot also afterwards, it's no surprise that many will have lost contact to relatives, especially when they were displaced behind the iron curtain. The medial establish cliche was then that they were "murdered in the Holocaust" even, if there is zero evidence for that. But the story gets repeated, so people will parrot that narrative almost automatically.

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Re: BBC's Who Do You Think You Are once again promotes holocaust

Postby JLAD Prove Me Wrong » 3 months 4 weeks ago (Tue Aug 14, 2018 12:44 pm)

Hektor wrote:
Ratross wrote:I got a quick glimpse of this myself last night as I turned over from another channel, which, incidentally was doing exactly the same thing. It was an American sitcom type deal that couldn't have been more feeble in it's attempt at indoctrinating youngsters with it's constant Hitler/evil/Holocaust theme.
I found it bizarre that two separate channels on UK TV were propagating the same message hence my joining here today. Naturally, I didn't stay with the BBC either and ended up switching off altogether.

I got no access to the BBC channels. But it is indeed quite odd that separate channels (Who I presume also have separate management structures) would do some Holocaust promotion at the same time. And then people wonder, why the scene of Conspiracy Theories is actually growing?
Reality may be the banal fact that TV channel editors are being lobbied, just as politicians are.

The evil-Hitler-Holocaust being pushed down people's throat across several countries is all to obvious though. It takes some coordinated effort to get that ball rolling. It's for sure not customer demand driven. The good thing that this also gets noticed by people and like Ratross it will lead them to this forum, where the Holocaust issue is put under scrutiny. So welcome to CODOH FORUM, Ratross.

As for the Rinder character. It's the old soap story of the "Holocaust survivor" that "lost his whole family" in "the Holocaust". Of course there is no real evidence given on how or even whether those relatives died. As a matter of fact given that Jews were deported and sent to a variety of destinations during world war two and given that they migrated a lot also afterwards, it's no surprise that many will have lost contact to relatives, especially when they were displaced behind the iron curtain. The medial establish cliche was then that they were "murdered in the Holocaust" even, if there is zero evidence for that. But the story gets repeated, so people will parrot that narrative almost automatically.

The video can be found here on Youtube.



Also, this is the link to contact them about the logical fallacies made in the film.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/article ... contact-us
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Of Course BBC promotes Holocaust Belief.

Postby David M » 3 months 3 weeks ago (Thu Aug 16, 2018 12:44 am)

I am an American and grew up in a family that loved England for its democratic government, support of free speech,
and general decency. Today I think England has gone crackers! It rivals Germany in its attacks on Free Speech and the BBC mainly spews lies and half truths. The BBC has been promoting Holocaust belief since 1944.

A way to fight back....using the Labor Campaign....is #BBCswitchoff. Maybe it will shake-up the Holocaust promoting gang
at BBC. Keep up the fight English comrades.


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Re: BBC's Who Do You Think You Are once again promotes holocaust

Postby borjastick » 3 months 3 weeks ago (Thu Aug 16, 2018 1:37 am)

Well I am British and back in the day the BBC could be totally relied on for impartiality, world class journalism and truth. Not anymore. The european socialists got a hold of the management structure some years ago and are still there. The Diversity Recognition Enforcers seem to patrol the corridors and production suites making sure that everything that is produced is bullet proof diverse and recognises every single group and oddball opinion, except that of the masses.

Left Wing = Good, Right Wing = BAD!

Plenty of people are waking up and realising that the Beeb, Good Old Aunty as it is commonly referred to, just trots out nothing. There is hardly ever a ground breaking news story or investigation. They never question anything anymore.

As for the holocaust they can be relied on to tow the party line and repeat all the old fables in any form at any time. WDYTYA is a perfect vehicle for this. By my reckoning they have had four different 'Celebs' from a jewish background all claiming the standard shock horror of the H and how it decimated their families. Yawn.
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