Young Dutch don't believe in Holocaust myth

By Carolyn Yeager

TODAY, JANUARY 27, 2023, IS THE EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL DAY OF COMMEMORATION FOR VICTIMS OF THE HOLOHOAX -- otherwise known as International Holocaust Memorial Day -- the one created by the United Nations (introduced by Israel) and heavily supported by the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial & Museum in Poland and the World Jewish Congress, headquartered in New York.

To help you from becoming confused, know that there is another Holocaust Memorial Day in the Spring (the date varies) specifically for Israel, by Israel, and celebrated in Israel and in the United States of America. It's known as Yom Ha-shoah Day, but called Holocaust Memorial Day. It is a different event, largely sponsored by the Yad Vashem memorial in Jerusalem.

A timely story has come out ahead of this year's event, to wit that 25% of "young Dutch" (born after 1980) don't believe in the Holocaust and consider it a myth. This is shocking and unacceptable to the global Holocaust Industry. Europe has had numerous laws enforcing holohoax belief and "sensitivity" for many years, with the government of The Netherlands not being anywhere near the last ones adopting these laws. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager




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