Did naked holocaust revisionists “slaughter sheeple” at Auschwitz?


By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor

A funny thing happened at Auschwitz the other day.

No, Diedonné didn’t show up to “faire la quenelle” and give an impromptu comedy recital. Nothing quite that funny.

What happened was…well, I’ll just let America’s oldest Jewish newspaper, the Daily Forward, explain. In an article headlined “Auschwitz Closed as Nude Protesters Slaughter Sheep,” the Forward wrote:

The memorial site at the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland was closed for a short time on Friday due to the actions of a group of about a dozen protesters who slaughtered a sheep, lit a fire, took off their clothes and chained themselves to the famous gate that reads “Arbeit Macht Frei” (“work sets you free”).

Now that is one WEIRD protest. So what in the world were they protesting? The Forward tells us that uncited “reports” suggested it had something to do with Ukraine. But it’s hard to imagine what Ukraine-related message they were trying to send.

So let me offer an alternative interpretation. Maybe they were secretly protesting Amazon’s decision to ban and burn hundreds of books that question various aspects of the official holocaust narrative.

Maybe the protesters lit a bonfire to symbolize Amazon’s book-burning. Maybe they slaughtered a sheep to symbolize the “slaughter of the sheeple” (the murder of their capacity for free thought). And maybe they stripped off their clothes to symbolize their belief that the “naked truth” about Auschwitz is that it was a work camp, not an extermination camp, and that its only gas chambers were for disinfecting clothes and bedding and killing lice, not humans.

Assuming my interpretation is correct, why would the protesters have hidden behind bizarre, opaque symbolism instead of just coming out and saying what they meant?

Maybe to avoid arrest, persecution, prison terms, and the destruction of their career prospects? Such things tend to happen to anyone who openly questions the official holocaust story.

When free and open debate is forbidden, emotion tends to take its place. Since free speech has been curtailed on so many issues related to Zionism – including holocaust revisionism, false flags, and the power of the international bankers – the pressure that continues to build up around these topics is growing ripe for a massive explosion. If multi-megaton bursts of anti-Jewish feeling ever do finally erupt, the censors, gatekeepers and persecutors will bear a major share of the responsibility.

Meanwhile, if you ever decide to stage a public demonstration on one of these forbidden (by the Zionists) topics, you may wish to follow the example of the naked sheep-slaughterers of Auschwitz, and send your message in a cryptic, deniable manner.




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  1. There’s a right way and a wrong way to go about things. They’re no different than Punani Rot.
    The movie, “Oblivion”, is the best cryptic way of depicting what World War 2 was really about.

  2. The only way to get the truth to come out is “I revoke my former confession and now tell the contrary”. This is the best way and none can hold you accountable for it.

  3. Everybody must have the same rules for freedom of speech. If you don’t like what another says, use you freedom to address the issues. Or if you are so thin skinned and intellectually weak, here is a simple solution: Close your eyes; don’t read it! But don’t whine about it and seek to get the military force and power of government involved in burning books and preventing other free speech. Let’s not return to the dark ages over one selfish tiny arrogant group in one tiny religion who take offense while often offending the many other hundreds of religions of the world. How about some mutual respect for all? How about the Golden Rule? “Do Unto Others as you Would Have them Do Unto You.” But above all freedom of speech and thought must be paramount lest we return to the ignorance and inhumanity of the past.

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