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One would think they would be happy to know that millions of their brethren were not murdered in so called 'gas chambers' and 'gas vans'.
Curious indeed, and something to think about.
The above is why you should not assume that placing obvious “facts” before average Jews will cause them to shrug their shoulders, agree with you, and then walk away into the sunset. It will take decades for the Hoax to die, since internalized beliefs take a long time to be changed. In a way, you are faced with changing actual religious beliefs.
The resistance to change of the internalized "Holocaust" is what makes the Dr. Andrew E. Mathis type Jew such a hard person to get along with.
It is possible that the Mathis types know exactly what the truth is; however, there are far more Jews that truly believe that the alleged Holocaust took place. The former type should be referred to as a Zionist, and the later type should be referred to as Jew. The former type must learn another way to smear, destroy, imprison, and intimidate those "stupid goyim" WITHOUT screaming "anti-Semitism" or "Nazi".
When Holocaust Inc. is set atop the auction block, we must be kind and help the Dr. Andrew E. Mathis types to remove the look of constipation (:x ) that will be smeared across their faces. Nah! leave such looks right where they will be found.
Spooky, eh? Or maybe not: a number of Zionist Jews take this rot seriously, and so will try and change reality - by rewriting history - to fit the prophecy.
That also explains the six million figure - why the number of Jewish dead has to be six million, every time.
Think about it: if you deny the Holocaust, you deny the religious basis for Israel's existence. That makes you, in their eyes, a monster.
I've always thought that for ordinary Jews it would be a liberating experience to discover that they are not as hated as they think and that no one really wanted them exterminated after all. I expressed this opinion to a Jewish aquaintance> She paused for a long time obviously deep in thought and said finally: " I never thought of it that way."
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