Holocaust Industry Exposed

Jewish historian says “easier to prove something did happen than did not”

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-06-18 16:11

Pictures like this are supposed to convince you that there is tons of evidence for the Holocaust. US Army staffers are organizing stacks of German documents collected by investigators in preparation for the 1946 International Military Tribunal.


By Carolyn Yeager

IT SHOULDN'T BE UP TO REVISIONISTS TO PROVE the Holocaust didn't happen.

It is up to proponents of the Holocaust to prove that it did. Unfortunately for them, no proof exists though the believers believe that it does.

As a recent case in point, a Hebrew University historian has discovered that proving something did not happen is difficult. He says it's because such proof is based on the absence of evidence rather than its presence.

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Khazars, Khazaria

Jews make demands on our government and receive unbelievable benefits the rest of us don't get

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2018-05-06 15:57

Members of the U.S. Presidential Delegation to the 70rh Anniversary of the Auschwitz liberation, 2015 - all dressed in black, for mourning I suppose. Special Envoy for Holocaust Survivors Aviva Sufian at far left.


The following is taken from an article by Philip Giraldi, Executive Director of the Council for the National Interest which advocates for an American-values-and-interests-based foreign policy in the Middle East. He writes:

Most Americans are certainly unaware of the many provisions benefiting Israeli and broader Jewish interests that are inserted into U.S. government legislation and procedural guidelines. Here are some of them:

Why the campaign to 'end antisemitism' is so dangerous for you and me

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-04-25 21:36

By Carolyn Yeager

THE FOLLOWING 13 BEHAVIORS HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED AS EXAMPLES OF ANTISEMITISM in public life, the media, schools, the workplace, and in the religious sphere by the IHRA Plenary (International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance) in Budapest 2015 which is spearheading the campaign.

  • Questioning the alleged Holocaust is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Expressing an overall negative perception of Jews is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Unfriendly speech directed toward any Jewish community institution or religious facility is called 'antisemitism'.

  • Calling for, aiding, or justifying the harming of Jews or a Jew, even in the form of subjective hurt feelings or making fearful, is called 'antisemitism'.

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antisemitism, IHRA

US Congress presented with another 'Holocaust' bill—write your representative!

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-04-23 12:02

By Carolyn Yeager

THE JEWISH MEDIA ARE THE ONLY ONES PUTTING OUT THE NEWS OF THIS PROPOSED LEGISLATION called the “Never Again Education Act,” H.R. 5460. That's because it is only the Jews (2% of the US population) that want it. The lead sponsor of the legislation is New York Rep. Carolyn Maloney (left) who represents the 12th District of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn. Yes, that's a highly Jewish district so she is pleasing her constituents. The other eight sponsors of the bill include four Jews, one African-American, three more from New York, two from Florida (also big Jewish population), one from Illinois and two from Texas.

They are:; Reps. Ted Deutch (D-Fla.); Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.); Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.); Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.); Dan Donovan (R-N.Y.), Peter Roskam (R-Ill.) ; Kay Granger (R-Texas) and Marc Veasey (D-Texas).

Update to previous post: Antisemitism is not a Jewish problem

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2018-03-22 18:41

By Carolyn Yeager

“ANTISEMITISM IS NOT A JEWISH PROBLEM," say the Jewish panelists at the sixth Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism in Jerusalem, just concluded. This is the opposite of what I wrote in my previous post, "Antisemitism is here to stay".

The Jewish leadership has always told the Jewish faithful: There is nothing Jews need to change because the cause of the historical and universal dislike of Jews is a “problem of the society in which it rises.”

Merkel's new Foreign Minister Heiko Maas: “I went into politics because of Auschwitz”

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-03-14 19:07

Heiko Maas wants to make a big splash as Germany's new foreign minister.


By Carolyn Yeager

STILL STUCK UNDER ANGELA MERKEL, GERMANY IS GOING FROM BAD TO WORSE. The only silver lining is that this new government is the weakest it's ever been. It may not last out the 3.5 years left to it.

The dearth of talent from which to form a cabinet is astonishing. The tired old faces have been pushed out (except for Merkel's), but the new ones are at best uninspiring. At worst, like with the the very slight and unimposing former justice minister Heiko Maas as the new Foreign Minister, it's hard not to laugh out loud. Where is the gravitas a foreign minister should have?

Holohoax-serving German court responsible for death of Oskar Gröning

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-03-12 18:22

Groening in court at the end of 2017, sentenced to 4 years in prison at the age of 96.


By Carolyn Yeager

IS THERE ANY DOUBT that the Jew-serving German legal system, designed by the United States Army occupation rulers over the defeated German people back in the late 1940's, is the cause of the death of 96-year old WWII vet Oskar Gröning?

Groening was declared healthy enough by the court authorities to enter prison for a 4-year term, even though he could not walk unaided. To prevent such an outcome, his lawyers used up every appeal process, including a plea for mercy because of his advanced age. He clearly did not want to go! But the vengeful and influential Jewish organizations and the compliant German judicial system insisted he must go.

A revisionist heroine does a great job defending the truth in court

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2018-03-08 19:33

Singer-Songwriter Alison Chabloz arrives at court carrying flowers given to her by her admirers who followed her into the courtroom and sat in the public gallery. (Daily Mail Online)


ALISON CHABLOZ ARRIVED AT WESTMINSTER COURT YESTERDAY,  March 7, for the second leg of her trial for expressing views that are called "grossly offensive" because they mock revered Jewish figures like Elie Wiesel and Anne Frank. These views are embedded in songs she wrote and sang, that were uploaded onto the Internet.

Miss Chabloz made several excellent statements under questioning by Prosecutor Karen Robinson. When asked by Robinson whether she denied the holocaust, Chabloz said:

‘Deny the holocaust? I am sorry I do not understand this term. Who can deny the holocaust? It is a term that is meaningless in itself.’

No mention of Dresden firebombing anniversary in German media this year

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-02-13 18:29

Feb. 1945. This is how the Dresdeners who lived far enough outside the city center to survive the deadly firebombing behaved afterward to clean up their city. Does this remind you of the Jewish tales of how they were forced by German guards to carry heavy rocks from here to there for no purpose? Maybe this is where they got that idea.


By Carolyn Yeager

THE GERMAN MEDIA HAS GONE DARK ON ANY 2018 REMEMBRANCE  for its tortured Dresden residents of Feb. 13, 14 and 15, 1945.

The best I found was a series of recycled photographs linked to from the bottom of the long front page listings at Der Spiegel. The photographs emphasize how the rebuilding of the "Old Dresden" made the "New Dresden" of today better than ever.

Truth and Justice for Germans holds protest in Vancouver

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2018-02-07 15:10

A DOZEN MEMBERS OF VANCOUVER-BASED TRUTH AND jUSTICE FOR GERMANS (TJFG) HELD A PROTEST at the German Consulate here and presented Consul General Josef Beck with a letter condemning the jailing of Canadian Monika Schaefer in Munich, Germany on January 3.

Monika is still being held in a maximum security prison and until very recently was denied visitors other than from the Canadian Consulate in Munich. TJFG is demanding the release of Monika Schaefer. A spokesman for the group delivered the letter printed below directly to Consul Beck who responded cordially.

Afterwards the group held a short protest outside the Consulate displaying large pictures of the Alberta violin teacher and four-time Green Party candidate who set off a small town firestorm of shunning and bigotry when she released a short video in June, 2016 entitled "Sorry, Mom, I was Wrong About the Holocaust."

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