…by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
More and more Jews are turning to VT for information on what is now called “Holocaust Revisionism” or “Holocaust Denial.” We publish material, from time to time, that covers this issue but unlike other publications, we have Jewish staff and ban all racism from our publication.
VT has a long history of opposing foreign intervention in US politics and, taken as a whole, VT believes Israel is in need of political reform and now a “closet” military dictatorship run by extremist elements tied to organized crime, pretty much like Trump is doing here.
That said, let’s get down to the issue. Revisionists claim the gas chambers never existed and offer “scientific proof.” Those who oppose use testimony and investigations from Nuremberg and are currently digging around the old camps looking for the “disappeared” mass graves and evidence of death camps.
Both sides, to an extent, are “over the top.”
The real issues are these:
- Without accurate history, and I can assure you, most of what we are taught about WW2 is total crap, we are slaves to lies.
- Jewish children may be victimized by “2nd hand” Nazisim, crazy racial inferiority theories and an almost religious hatred of all things Jewish.
I would ask a study of this, is current teaching and massive media exploitation of a holocaust that is now illegal to debate openly in much of the world, more political exploitation of fear for gain rather than justice?
Do children, told these horror stories, which some say aren’t true or are partially untrue, terrorize children and cause serious trauma? My guess is yes.
Let’s begin with being “Jewish.” To any parent, send in your DNA and get it tested. You probably won’t be “Semite,” or “Arab,” as Semite means Arab, do ten minutes of study on that to get clear.
What you will be is Eastern European and maybe a bit of Northern Turkey or Caucuses. This is what “Jewish” means as far as ethnic background. Is there anything unique to these characteristics racially?
Obviously no. Does this mean the Nazi’s were nuts with their head measuring and pictures? Yes.
The real issue for a Jewish parent is to do what is best for a child, help a child develop without “racial guilt and inferiority,” which is the byproduct, and this is my opinion, of what I see as the “holocaust business.”
Nazi Germany ran on slavery and brutality. Near the end of the war, millions starved and were murdered, not 6 million, more like 10 or 12. Many of them, perhaps most, Germans.
Jews who were taken for slave laborers, for absolutely NO reason whatsoever, died in mass numbers of starvation, typhus and even of allied bombing as happened outside Dachau.
Some debate the gas chamber issue. That is a “debate,” not hate speech.
The issue isn’t their debate or whether some espousing the issue of fake gas chambers, which is not our job to look into now, are crazy or not, criminal or not. Free speech exists in order to defend exceptionalism, with Israel under continual criticism for brutal treatment of the Palestinian, Lebanese and Syrian people, is also a problem.
Justice and truth are the issues and anything that diminishes these two concepts kills us all.
For a Jewish parent, working to raise a child that can think and examine, that grows up without fear or anger, perhaps not as much if possible, is important.
The separate issue, of those who hate minorities, Jews or others, can’t be avoided. That Trump, the most racially bigoted politician in American history, is the most “pro-Jewish” should be an issue of shame.
Perhaps this is why parents need to be honest with themselves and their kids. Were Germans all insane? Millions of Jews were German, not just a bit but very German and not hated in Germany, not until the Nazis came to power.
This is what we are seeing here and may well be seeing in Israel as well, the damage hate does and that anyone, any group, can be on the receiving end.
I dragged my own kids to Dachau. I now think I was stupid.