The World Is Full of Holocaust Deniers

Only 54 percent of the world’s population has heard of the Holocaust.

54 percent.

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  • Hard Little Machine

    The frequency of that among Atlantic readers is likely even higher.

  • cmh

    and even less people have heard of Hitlers admiration and connection to the instigator/co-architect of the final solution Haj Amin al-Husseini.

  • Maple Curtain

    …and, maybe you can explain why the suffering of Jews should be of such importance to the goy…higher form of humanity are they? more worthy of concern than a mere goy?

    • Destroyer-Drone

      And maybe you can explain to us how, in that strange world of yours, the suffering of the Holocaust occupies the Jews’ collective mind more than the untold expulsion of over a million Jews from Arab states in ’48.

      The Holocaust is only of huge importance to those who refuse to acknowledge its’ reality: any mention of it brings the most pedantic, ignorant specimens from the remotest corner of the web to your backyard; they are the fools who actually believe they can toss their two cents on a matter that’s been resolved long ago…The likes of which you, “Maple Curtain”, are a classical example.

      Of course the suffering of the jews is important to mud-blooded goys like you… inasmuch as you seek to whitewash your kraut brethren from their already-tainted history. Unfortunately for you, there are well-known precedents to their deeds.

      What the hell are you doing on blazingcatfur, arsewipe? You should be hanging around your intellectual brethren, a.k.a. mudslimes, since they also take issue with the whole ‘importance’ of the Holocaust…alongside the Armenian genocide, the Hindu Kush killings, the war in Darfur,…

      • Maple Curtain

        Charming. Once you cool off a bit, maybe you can try explaining what that little rant was about.

        • Destroyer-Drone

          What now? You suddenly ran out of grey matter or something?

          I won’t “cool off”, I don’t take kindly to low IQ retards who act as if they are resisting some kind of worldwide jewspiracy. You people get enough undeserved credit elsewhere for pissing on the memory of the dead. I won’t keep my mouth shut on here when I bump into parasites of your kind.

          Your pseudo-question is an exact description of what I wrote earlier. You whine about the unimportance of the holocaust, when the whole subject of Jewry ironically concerns half of your overall posts.

          • Maple Curtain

            Well now, Mr. Bigot and ethnic supremacist, I’m glad to have smoked you out. Now to take a screen grab, so Arnie can’t deny the type of bigoted filth that support his blog.

          • Destroyer-Drone

            Mr.Bigot & Ethnic supremacist will advise you to go to Egalité & Réconciliation, where you will feel at home with the rest of your mentally bankrupt pals.

            Now fuck off, antisemite.

          • Maple Curtain

            Charming. It’s never hate speech when the Yids do it, is it?

          • Destroyer-Drone

            BOOHOO, EFNIK SUPWEMACIST! HATE SPEECH!

            FYI…

            I don’t waste my time on defining what is “hate speech” and what isn’t. I’m all for free speech, which is why I’m bashing seven shades of crap out of you right now. I invite you to read some of my comments, you’ll see I’m anything but politically correct.

            Only leftists and stuck up retards cry about “hate speech”, which is why I advise you to go take a hike ASAP. Others may tolerate you, and I do tolerate your stupidity in a way: but I shan’t ever respect you.

          • Maple Curtain

            Ya, you’re bashing seven shades of crap out of the English language with your hate-filled incoherent ranting, but, go on, keep deluding yourself about whatever it is that you’re on about.

          • Destroyer-Drone

            I fail to see what’s so difficult in those replies of mine, perhaps you have some odd phobia when it comes to lengthy paragraphs? How am I supposed to know?

            I can only see two reasons which prompt you to label my comments as some kind of rant:

            . Either you truly cannot handle each argument I made and therefore are unable to consider replying to them.

            . Or you’re simply trying to provoke/irritate me into dusting you more and more, which would qualify as trolling.

            Of course, it could always be a subtle mix of the two.

          • Maple Curtain

            So, the Jew can sling all the mud he wants at the lower forms of life, the “mud-blooded goy,” but any and all criticism of a Jew or Jews as a group is anti-semitism.

            That’s your well-thought out intellectual position, is it?

          • Dummy, how is BCF responsible for the content of unmoderated comments on his blog? Seriously? How, in your head, does that work?

            And speaking of “bigoted filth”: piss off, Jew-hater.

          • Maple Curtain

            He’s the chief cheerleader. He draws them in and encourages their bigotry. It’s one thing for him to be pro-Israel and supportive of Jews in general but quite another to banish all criticism of the Jew while encouraging the bigoted Jews to spew their filth against the “mud-blooded goy” as our friend as so-charmingly put it.

          • Any more of this anti-Semite crap and you’ll be banned.

          • Maple Curtain

            thanks for making my point for me.

          • Destroyer-Drone

            Let’s come back on that statement of yours:

            ” It’s never hate speech when the Yids do it, is it?”

            Little do you know that I got banned from several places in the past, the most recent of these being The Local Sweden…For “hate speech”, ‘bigotry,’ or whatever people call it nowadays.

            So the answer to your rhetorical question would be an emphatic ‘No’.

            Although I’m afraid that will also count as a ‘rant’ to you, am I right?

            “So, the Jew can sling all the mud he wants at the lower forms of life, the “mud-blooded goy,” but any and all criticism of a Jew or Jews as a group is anti-semitism. That’s your well-thought out intellectual position, is it?”

            That’s called “eye for an eye”, don’t mistake me for those ignorant Jews who assume that you are onto something reasonable: the majority of your comments tells us a different story.

            I’ll let you in on something: I used to frequent people like you, people who thought (and still think) Jews were establishing some kind of holy moral order behind everyone’s back. A lot.

            I carefully listened to you folks over the years, and my “well-thought out intellectual position” only reflects the myriad of dumb comments I encountered back then. So don’t come crying about “Hate speech” when I put you back in your place, I’m done trying to convince you people otherwise.
            It’s your choice and I won’t waste my time kindly explaining the fallacies in your thought-process.

            Speaking of which, you’ll feel quite at home on Occidental Observer, fare thee well.

          • Maple Curtain

            Your ESL is showing – you don’t communicate well at all in English.

            I note that, instead of engaging in a debate with your interlocuter, you resort to name-calling and ad hominems, because you are an intellectual coward as well as a bigot.

            For the record, my thoughts on Jews are thus:

            they, like other peoples are quite entitled to their own homeland – I’m a bigger Zionist than 90% of North American Jews, that’s for sure.

            Also, I believe that there is quite a lot to admire in Israeli Jews.

            However, I do not believe that Jews are a more important people than any other peoples on this planet, and most Jews think and act otherwise.

            I harbour no illusions whatsoever about Jewish ethnic supremacism and culturally in-grained bigotry towards “the other.”

            If this were not true, why does the diaspora Jew work so hard to brand any and all criticism of Jewish actions as anti-semitism?

            I asked a valid point in my original post: why should the non-Jew care about Jewish suffering?

            Does the Jew care about the suffering of the non-Jew (you know, the “mud-blooded goy,” as you term us)?

            Why do Jews believe that “the other” should be centrally concerned in our shitty little lives with the suffering of Jews rather than of our own brethren?

            The question rather answers itself, doesn’t it?

          • Minicapt

            Yes, but it now raises the question of whose writings have you just plagiarised?

            Cheers

          • Maple Curtain

            oh, do enlighten me. no need to be so cryptic.

          • Minicapt

            You’re not up to the strain. As Perry would put it, you provide a splendid display of fluorescent idiocy.
            Do the Young Dippers pay well these days?

          • Maple Curtain

            Intellectual coward.

          • Minicapt

            Well done, spell check.

            Cheers

          • “The Jew.” Who but a Nazi writes like that? No Jews care about any one who isn’t Jewish, so screw the Holocaust, that’s what you’re saying?

          • Maple Curtain

            Well, DD is a good example of a Jew bigot and ethnic supremacist, and you’re OK with that.

            So, why should anyone, in 2015, care about the Holocaust (and, no, I’m not denying the event)?

            Why are the Jews so special that we non-jews, the “mud-blooded goy” should spend our lives worrying about their suffering or, rather, the suffering of their ancestors, not their own suffering?

            I know it horrifies you that the goy don’t give a shit, but why should we?

            Answer the question.

          • Destroyer-Drone

            “Well, DD is a good example of a Jew bigot and ethnic supremacist, and you’re OK with that.”

            I’m only half-Jewish. I’m not religious, and I wasn’t even raised Jewish for that matter. Pretending I’m some kind of “Jew bigot” who spends his life obsessing over non-Jews (since you obviously know me so well) reveals more about your own mindset than it would for me.

            Sure, I have my xenophobic moments from time to time, I’ve never denied that. But I’m quite far from being some “ethnic supremacist”, looks like you’ll have to find another angle of attack to further troll the board chum. 🙂

            “So, why should anyone, in 2015, care about the Holocaust (and, no, I’m not denying the event)?”

            For the exact same reason that we should care about other genocides? But of course, you apparently only take issue with the Holocaust since Jews are a living proof of its legacy.

            Your question sounds a lot like the kind of retarded questions present-day Germans continually ask. Which often go like this:
            “I wasn’t alive back then, why should I read about this? Why must I always carry the star of David on my shoulders? It was a long time ago, why can’t you simply forgive and forget?!”

            Of course, the fact is that deep down: a lot of people don’t give a flying f*ck about the Holocaust. Especially the presumably sorry-ass germans, take a look at what these oh-so-guilt-ridden people did last year for instance:

            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElKCT9Sn-FY

            Truth is in the beer.

            “The goy, goyim, shiksa, gentile – who but a Nazi ethnic supremacist uses such terms to describe “the other?””

            Seems like you’ve been pretty shellshocked ever since I called you a mud-blooded goy, poor you.

            Guess what: I mainly use ‘goy’ on two occasions, the first instance applies to jewspiracists using that dumb ‘Jew’-‘Goy ‘ dichotomy ad nauseam (which you did from the very beginning), the second one is used in ugly fights where ethnic slurs may (or may not) be part of the story.

            You definitely fall in the first category as far as I’m concerned, and I hit you hard on that one.

            Anyway, this is my last reply to you, don’t expect any other response on my part. You’ve already proven how inconsistent your position is. Now, off to The Occidental Observer. Make yourself comfortable there.

          • Maple Curtain

            The goy, goyim, shiksa, gentile – who but a Nazi ethnic supremacist uses such terms to describe “the other?”

          • Maple Curtain

            That’s not what I was saying.

            You’re very limited intellectually.

            I was saying that there is no reason for Jewish suffering to be the foremost concern of non-Jewish peoples, and, as a corollary, that the ethno-cultural self absorption of the Jewish peoples is inappropriate, dishonest, and not in the best long-term interest of the Jews themselves.

            But, you go on emoting rather than thinking, and just dismiss me as just another knuckle-dragging “anti-semite,” if that makes you feel better.

          • “You’re very limited intellectually.”

            God, you really are an insufferable prat, aren’t you?

          • Maple Curtain

            Insufferable is in the eye of the beholder, isn’t it?

            If you’re up for debate, then you shouldn’t find me insufferable, only a challenge.

            If you don’t like your prejudices challenged, well then you’ll find me insufferable.

          • Destroyer-Drone

            “Your ESL is showing – you don’t communicate well at all in English.”

            English is one of my native languages. If that was an attempt to further troll the board, needless to say you utterly failed in the matter.

            “I note that, instead of engaging in a debate with your interlocuter, you resort to name-calling and ad hominems, because you are an intellectual coward as well as a bigot.”

            Quite the opposite, I first and foremost answered your question through another question. The name calling came after. Since I consider that “Why should the non-Jew care about Jewish suffering?” amounts to nothing more than whataboutery when you take the OP into account.
            A ‘bigot’ I may be (like so many other SJWs call me), but not without reason:

            By the same token, you could also ask “Why should the non-armenian, the non-tutsi, the non-herero, the non-namaqua, [etc.etc.etc.] care about their respective suffering?”

            Problem is I don’t see you asking that same question when the topic of the Armenian genocide arises (for instance).

            Now why is that?

            Is it because that kind of question would be strongly frowned upon? Is it because it would constitute an actual insult?

            Therefore, does it mean that Armenians, Tutsis, Assyrians, Greeks et al. have a monopoly over suffering?

            “If this were not true, why does the diaspora Jew work so hard to brand any and all criticism of Jewish actions as anti-semitism?”

            You raise quite a lot of fallacious claims in one sentence.

            First off all: what do you define as “Jewish actions”? Your terminology is unclear: is the Holocaust a “Jewish action”?

            Your whole point ultimately revolves around the fact that the Holocaust shouldn’t really matter to non-Jews, do we really need to underline how short-sighted this is?

            Furthermore, you seem to infer that Jews are behind the criminalisation of Holocaust denial (something I personally do not support). If that is the case, I advise you to read about the Gayssot Law in France, for it had little to do with diaspora Jewry: this is just one example out of so many others.

            All in all, your assumptions come out as an outright insult right off the bat. In which case I reiterate: don’t complain when I call you a “mud-blooded goy”.

          • Maple Curtain

            You, and Black Mamba, and, I assume, Arnie, are so invested emotionally in the idea that Jewish suffering is unique, and oh so more important than the suffering of any other peoples, that you’re basically becoming unhinged. Wow. Enjoy your assumptions of racial superiority, DD.

          • Maple Curtain

            The topic of the Armenian genocide was not the topic of this post on BCF, now was it, Mr. Troll?

          • Maple Curtain

            “Your whole point ultimately revolves around the fact that the Holocaust shouldn’t really matter to non-Jews, do we really need to underline how short-sighted this is?”

            Go on, enlighten me…if you can.

            But, you don’t have any arguments, only evasions and insults.

          • You’ve been asked to leave.

            Please just go.

            Your purpose as a troll has been fulfilled.

            Sod off.

    • Ottawa Eyes

      Maple Curtain could also be a marxist since Karl Marx introduced the idea of “intellectual” antisemitism in his paper on “the Jewish Question” though he himself was from a Jewish family whose beliefs he rejected. I put “intellectual” in quotes because it was merely an excuse for his self-hatred and hatred of his own family common to so many psychopaths.

      But antisemitism is only borne out of ignorance, a sense of inferiority and hate.

      • Maple Curtain

        “But antisemitism is only borne out of ignorance, a sense of inferiority and hate.”

        An honest man would recognize the self-congratulatory message in that statement – pat yourself on the back for being special.

        • Minicapt

          Who tried to explain that to you, and failed?

          Cheers

  • Destroyer-Drone

    The Holocaust has always been, always is, and always will be…a famously non-jewish obsession.

    • I think it should be an obsession moreso now than ever.

      We have ignored the tyranny of communism and now the crimes against humanity by Islamists.

      Do people mean it when they say “never again”?