Is it just me, or has anyone noticed a recent increase in polls, surveys, and "studies" by Jewish supremacists on the "rising anti-semitism" they claim is happening? Or is this simply some dumb excuse to get more funding for "Holocaust studies" by polling people who merely did not really pay any attention in history classes?
https://www.haaretz.com/world-news/euro ... -1.6789453
20 Percent of non-Christians in France Never Heard of the Holocaust, Survey Finds
Ignorance about the Holocaust and revisionism appeared strongest among far-right and far-left voters, and people who said they follow a faith that is not Christianity
More than 20 percent of non-Christians in France never heard of the Holocaust, while another 15 percent said it’s either an exaggeration or a lie.
Those are among the results of a survey of 1,014 Christian and non-Christian adults, as well as those who said they were without religion, conducted this month for the American Jewish Committee and two other groups by the Ifop research group.
Ignorance about the Holocaust and revisionism appeared strongest among far-right and far-left voters, and people who said they follow a faith that is not Christianity. Islam is France’s second-largest religion, with 8.8 percent of the population according to a 2017 Pew study. Judaism is third with 0.8 percent.
Among supporters of the far-right politician Marine Le Pen, 15 percent said they had never heard of the Holocaust. That figure was 10 percent among supporters of Jean-Luc Melenchon, a far-left politician. Only 4-5 percent of supporters of more centrist politicians indicated total ignorance with regards to the Holocaust.
A recent study in America, claiming 2/3 of Millenials have no idea what "Auschwitz" is: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/act ... 5c967fbf97
Holocaust study: Two-thirds of millennials don’t know what Auschwitz is
Two-thirds of American millennials surveyed in a recent poll cannot identify what Auschwitz is, according to a study released on Holocaust Remembrance Day that found that knowledge of the genocide that killed 6 million Jews during World War II is not robust among American adults.
Twenty-two percent of millennials in the poll said they haven’t heard of the Holocaust or are not sure whether they’ve heard of it — twice the percentage of U.S. adults as a whole who said the same.
The study, conducted by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, interviewed 1,350 American adults in February and recruited by telephone and an online non-probability sample.
Another European study: https://dailycaller.com/2018/11/27/poll ... tism-jews/
Poll Finds Memory Of The Holocaust Fading Fast In Europe
A survey of more than 7,000 Europeans across the continent revealed the memory of the Holocaust is fading quickly.
One in 20 Europeans surveyed have never heard of the Holocaust.
One in five French citizens between the ages of 18 and 34 have never heard of it either.
Nearly one in five respondents believe anti-Semitism is a response to the Jewish people’s own behavior.
A survey of more than 7,000 Europeans across the continent revealed the Holocaust might soon no longer be a household term, as one in 20 Europeans admitted they’d never heard of the event that involved the mass murder of nearly 6 million Jews, 7 million Soviets and 2 million non-Jewish Polish civilians.
This whole "People don't know what the holocaust is" seems to indicate also that there is an eroding confidence with our institutions. Young people are much more skeptical about what they're being told by teachers and other authority figures. Growing up on the internet, things that have been "common sense" for decades are being questioned and given more scrutiny. Government, media and the educational system are no longer trusted by Americans. The approval ratings of Congress and the media are ridiculously low. So even if these people do happen to speak the truth, lots of folks won’t care because they don’t trust anything they say.
This reminds me. Back in 2001, Stephen Steinlight (former director of the American Jewish Committee) wrote an article entitled "The Jewish Stake in America's Changing Demography."
In it, he talks about the well-established Jewish influence on US immigration policy as well as the effects this demographic change will have on his fellow Jews. Writing to his fellow jews, he asks:
"What are some of those large vexing questions we would prefer not to speak aloud? Let's throw out a few and see how many sleepers we can awaken. The big one for starters: is the emerging new multicultural American nation good for the Jews? Will a country in which enormous demographic and cultural change, fueled by unceasing large-scale non-European immigration, remain one in which Jewish life will continue to flourish as nowhere else in the history of the Diaspora? In an America in which people of color form the plurality, as has already happened in California, most with little or no historical experience with or knowledge of Jews, will Jewish sensitivities continue to enjoy extraordinarily high levels of deference and will Jewish interests continue to receive special protection? Does it matter that the majority non-European immigrants have no historical experience of the Holocaust or knowledge of the persecution of Jews over the ages and see Jews only as the most privileged and powerful of white Americans? Is it important that Latinos, who know us almost entirely as employers for the menial low-wage cash services they perform for us (such a blowing the leaves from our lawns in Beverly Hills or doing our laundry in Short Hills), will soon form one quarter of the nation's population?"
The whole thing is a very good read, albeit pretty long. There's tons of gems in there. The ethnocentrist zionists have always been whining for people to recognize their silly hoax, but it seems to have picked up recently. If these poll results are legitimate, "The tides are turning" indeed.