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I'm wondering if others here are seeing at comment sections at various sites any newer, more challenging arguments being used.
IOW, what is the current state of online responses to Revisionist research & opinions?
No alleged human remains of millions in allegedly known locations to see, no 'holocaust'.
When I was using Facebook debate groups on an alt account, I did notice more and more people accepting that the "Holocaust" is a massive hoax. It is something I have been doing on/off for a few years. The younger generations are far more open to revisionist arguments than the baby boomer generation who did not grow up with internet access.
Some interesting threads on general surveys of opinions in different countries:
Study finds Holocaust revisionism rising rapidly in Eastern Europe, after Jews increasingly blame them for the Holocaust
1 in 20 UK adults do not believe the "Holocaust" took place, 1 in 12 say it was exaggerated.
France: 20% of non-Christians never heard of holocaust; 15% say exaggeration/lie
In that last link, the last post has a source claiming that 27% of Mexicans believe that the "Holocaust" is either a myth or exaggerated.
-- Herbert Spencer
i think the mass purging/censoring of anything critical of Israel and holocaust revisionism by the popular social platforms may be an indication that too many people are beginning to question a lot of things
i'm also seeing some articles that may provide some indication of the general consensus...
The Old Order Is Falling - Brother Nathanael
A study of Jewish holocaust knowledge and awareness in the U.S.
Russia Insider has also been hitting the JQ pretty hard...
Did Israel Kill Both Kennedy Brothers?
as to the arguments used on social media, i can't say since i don't currently participate in any social media
Anything from 'oh we have a denier in our midst' or 'how long have you hated jews?' and 'a nazi crawls out from under a rock and says it didn't happen'.
The idea is to dismiss one's opinions immediately without allowing any room for a response. To crush the opinion immediately.
So no apart from the language now usually including abuse and hatred for Antifa and general anti-fascism, for that is what they think we are, things haven't changed that much. The reason is that they cannot prove what didn't happen.
'We don't need evidence, we have survivors' - israeli politician
the most important, number 1, best possible trinket of advise i can offer when attempting to educate or debate is this: never attack the person; never shove facts down their throat and expect to convince them of anything - 90+% of the time this approach fails miserably in my experience - instead, get them to question their own beliefs
there's a big difference between '6 million is impossible because blah blah blah...' and 'did you know that Polish historians revised the figures here and here and...?'
i think you have to get people interested enough to ask questions and do their own research
that said, i fail to heed my own advice much of the time
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