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HOW MANY HOLOCAUST INSTITUTIONS ARE THERE IN THE US?

Postby code yellow » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Nov 15, 2003 7:57 pm)

I went to a sight to check out the official Auschwitz number and found that there are quite a few institutions concearning the holocaust that are sucking up American taxpayer money.Does anyone out there know exactly how many? :?

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Nov 15, 2003 8:15 pm)

There are over 100 in the US alone!.

They go by phoney names like 'Museum of Tolerance', The so & so 'Cultural Center'. There are also phoney traveling exhibits and more....what a scam it is. They all receive some kind of taxpayers funding.

Let's not forget the mandated 'education' programs.....forced upon our children by law, an another enormous source of profit for the shysters.

And there's the taxpayer funded indoctrination of entire police departments throughout the country!

That's why it's called the 'holocau$t Industry'.

There's no business like 'shoah' business.

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Postby code yellow » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Nov 15, 2003 8:35 pm)

:D Thanks Hannover.I read some where about this guy that took his kids to the museum of intolerance towards the german people.It starts out imposing some sort of guilt trip on groups of school kids,and at the end there was a so-called holocaust survivor who gave a talk to the kids,and near the end she made the mistake of mentioning the soap fabrication.The guy I mentioned earlier questioned her about it,to wich the group of school kids got angry with him and hurled the typical accusations at him(anti-semetic).Obviously the kids were brainwashed very well.Germar Rudolf was present according to the man.They tried to explain things to the kids,but they just became more agitated enough to follow the man out to his car and display violent attitudes.

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Postby code yellow » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Nov 15, 2003 8:44 pm)

I'd also like to point out that I went to the museums web sight and saw a picture of a group of 4th or 5th graders in a room with a counselor who handed out an armband with a swastika on it for the kids to pass around and examine.If that doesn't make their true intentions obvious,I don't know what does.I beleave it was Elie Weisel who stated, upon his bogus position granted by then president Jimmy Carter after winning a nobel prize for his bogus humanitarian efforts including his fictional novel"NIGHT","We must instill in our young people a healthy viral hate for what still persits in the German."

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Postby vincentferrer » 1 decade 3 years ago (Thu Mar 02, 2006 6:37 pm)

I have done a little research into the number of full fledged Holocaust museums in the nation and world.

I realize there are more every day, and some smaller ones might not have made the cut, but in terms of large museums, this is what I came up with.

USA- 6
Germany -77.
Great Britian- 6
Greece -3
Hungary -1
Belgium -1
Croatia- 1
Czeck Rep -10
Denmark - 1
France -5
Italy- 4
Luxemburg -1
Norway- 1
Poland -8
serbia- 1
Switzerland- 0 ( interesting)
Spain -0
Sweden -0

South America- 0 ( includes Mexico)
Middle East- 3 ( Israelo)
Africa- 0
Asia- 1
Australia- 2


World Wide = about 150.
This does not include memorials, placques, cemetaries, etc.

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Postby Charles Krafft » 1 decade 3 years ago (Thu Mar 02, 2006 10:00 pm)

This is an incomplete list because Seattle's Holocaust Education Center isn't on it. That one is a non-descript storefront next to the offices of the city's Jewish newspaper. It's never open, but you can phone up a number on the door and make an appointment to bring your elementary thru highschoolers in for a tour. This consists of looking a couple of display cases stocked with dated Holocaust literature and some WWII ephemera. I'm not certain, but the odds are pretty good that because it has the word "Educational" in it's name this is a tax shelter as well as a public donation and tax funded operation.


Argentina
Buenos Aires
Fundacion Memoria del Holocausto
Australia
Melbourne
Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Center
Australia
Sydney
Sydney Jewish Museum - History of the Holocaust section
Austria
Vienna
Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service (Gedenkdienst)
Austria
Vienna
Mauthausen Concentration Camp Memorial
Belgium
Mechelen
Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistence
Canada
Montreal
Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre
Croatia
Vatican's Holocaust - Holocaust Archive Pictures at Croatia
Czech Rep.
Terezin
Holocaust Memorials in the Czech Republic
Czech Rep.
Terezin
Terezin Memorial
France
Izieu
Memorial Museum for Children of Izieu
France
Paris
Memorial de la Shoah
Germany
Shoa.de
Germany
Buchenwald
Buchenwald Memorial
Germany
Dachau
Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site
Germany
Furstenberg
Ravensbruck Women's Concentration Camp Memorial Museum
Germany
Lohheide
Bergen-Belsen Memorial
Germany
Papenburg
Document and Information Center of Emsland Camps
Germany
Wannsee
House of the Wannsee Conference
Hungary
Budapest
Budapest Holocaust Memorial Center
Israel
Ghetto Fighters' House -
Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Heritage Museum
Israel
Jerusalem
Yad Vashem -
Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes Remembrance Memorial
Israel
Kibbutz Tel-Yitzhak
Massuah Institute for the Study of the Holocaust
Israel
Kibbutz Givat Chaim
Beit Theresienstadt
Japan
Fukuyama-City
Holocaust Education Center
Netherlands
Amsterdam
Anne Frank House
Netherlands
Haarlem
Corrie ten Boom Museum, "The Hiding Place"
Poland
Lublin
State Museum at Majdanek Concentration Camp
Poland
Oswiecim
Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation
Poland
Oswiecim
Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
Russia
Moscow
Russian Holocaust Foundation
South Africa
Cape Town
Cape Town Holocaust Centre
U.K.
Laxton
Holocaust Centre, Beth Shalom
U.K.
London
Imperial War Museum's Holocaust Exhibition
> USA Albuquerque, NM New Mexico Holocaust and Intolerance Museum
> USA Buffalo, NY Holocaust Resource Center
> USA Dallas, TX Dallas Holocaust Museum
> USA El Paso, TX El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center
> USA Farmington Hills, MI Holocaust Memorial Center
> USA Houston, TX Holocaust Museum Houston
> USA Los Angeles, CA Holocaust Monument
> USA Los Angeles, CA Museum of the Holocaust
> USA Los Angeles, CA Simon Wiesenthal Center
> USA Los Angeles, CA Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation
> USA Maitland, FL Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center
> USA Miami Beach, FL Holocaust Memorial
> USA Naples, FL Holocaust Museum of Southwest Florida
> USA New Haven, CT Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies
> USA New York Anne Frank Center
> USA New York Ioannina Greece Holocaust Victims
> USA New York Museum of Jewish Heritage - Memorial to the Holocaust
> USA Richmond, VA Virginia Holocaust Museum
> USA San Francisco, CA Holocaust Center of Northern California
> USA Spring Valley, NY Holocaust Museum and Study Center
> USA St. Louis, MO Holocaust Museum and Learning Center
> USA St. Petersburg, FL Florida Holocaust Museum
> USA Washington DC United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
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Postby TMoran » 1 decade 3 years ago (Sat Mar 04, 2006 6:51 am)

As for the list of Holocaust museums it doesn't tell the full picture. For instance there is one in Tampa. How many more? We need a respository on this site for members to send what they find for an archive.

Type in > holocaust exhibits college university < to GOOGLE and see there are perhaps hundreds more Holocaust propaganda centers in the U.S.

The one big value for the listing is it shows to what extent the Holocuast community gets accommodation to ply their wares. They have their way with it.

That raises the big question of - If they have so much why do they bellow logical fallacies (eg. argumentum ad hominem) at those that have contrary opinions?

They have 33 men on their football team and they don't want any number on the other team. They just want to run, pass and kick their way down the field with no opposition.

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Postby Radar » 1 decade 3 years ago (Sat Mar 04, 2006 10:09 am)

Moran is correct. The extent of the propaganda is much greater than those listed by VincentFerrer. The one in Tampa-St.Pete is a real "museum" and it's subtantantial. And I can add this story: I once visited Manhattanville College which was at one time a tony Catholic women's college in Westchester County, New York attended by people like the Kennedy family. More recently it is a co-ed "somewhat Catholic" college. By accident I stumbled into the Holocaust Study department in one of the buildings. It had a large library with the usual posters (no need to elaborate) and a large group of Hasidic scholars pouring over the literature. When asked they told me that this was an integral part of the school. I couldn't find any revisionist material on the shelves and I left without asking.

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Postby vincentferrer » 1 decade 3 years ago (Sat Mar 04, 2006 3:51 pm)

Imagine buying property and building a small scale model of Auschwitz next to a holohoax museum, and giving tours.

First stop is the orchestra, next the swimming pool, here is the broethel and over there the library. Note the camp currency and hospital. This is the post office and classrooms are there. The soceer field is out back and the Kanada , or store is round the corner.

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Postby Rashid Metwan » 1 decade 3 years ago (Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:02 am)

Have you all heard about the plans of 'Israel' to built a 'museum of tolerance' on the site of a Moselm cemetery?

It's a great example not just of irony but of 'chutzpah'.

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Postby vincentferrer » 1 decade 3 years ago (Mon Mar 06, 2006 11:57 am)

How about a casino and a few fast food joints on the property called Treblinka.

In fact, add casinos to all the hoaxsters shrines. Make it a tourist attraction. No need to build a auscwhitz pool.


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