Lessons of the Holocaust
By: Jamie Glazov
A witness of the rise of the Third Reich warns how the Nazis rose to power -- and what the West must do to stop history from repeating itself. More>
Why shirk Jewish responsibility for the Holocaust? - David Ben-Ariel
The Jews have themselves, first and foremost, to blame for not averting the Holocaust. The Jews failed to listen to Hitler's warnings (they mocked them) and rejected those Jews like Jabotinsky who spoke of the volcano about to erupt, and the American Jews failed to act upon the information they received about the atrocities being committed, because they didn't want to rock the boat and so they let many drown in the lava that flowed over Europe.
The Jewish blood libel against Christianity is without merit in light of the darkness the Jews chose to dwell in. Instead of always blaming others for the Holocaust, Jews would be wise to search their own hearts and work on their own faults, because, as usual, the Jews greatest enemy remains themselves. Just look at the Israeli oligarchy destroying the Jewish homeland: Jewish leaders selling out their people, Jewish leaders dismembering their Mother and Jewish leaders dismantling the Temple...
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