Holocaust Remembrance Day

Holocaust lies continue to be used to rationalize fear of the Right

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2021-01-27 16:44

Observant Jews monitor the "Remembrance Day" service taking place in the German Bundestag, marking 76 years that Europeans have been burdened with this Big Lie. Why aren't we doing all we can to end it?


by Carolyn Yeager

I AM SO TIRED of the stale “holocaust” lies that are still used as a basis for current boogyman fear-mongering such as against 'far-right domestic terrorists' that supposedly roam our streets today in large numbers.

The theme by all mainstream news outlets is that “far-right” ideas, ie. dislike and rejection of the conformity of globalism, threatens 'democracy' and all 'democratically elected governments'. [If a government is not far-left or internationalist-communist enough, then it must not have been elected democratically, according to this lock-step way of thinking.]

No surprise - Mosberg was indicted in 2008 on corruption, bribery charges

Published by carolyn on Tue, 2018-01-23 13:53

Ed Mosberg at age 86, still chasing money. Look at that outfit.

From a longtime friend, Ajan; many thanks:

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/09/parsippany_developer_indicted.html

Parsippany developer Edward Mosberg was indicted today by a federal grand jury that charged him with paying off a township official to advance construction projects in Morris County's biggest town. [Morris County is a center of Orthodox Jewish communities where they used to hang LIVE chickens in the kosher butchers' windows (on hooks?), see here]

The charges handed up in Newark allege the 82-year-old builder gave discounts on homes he sold to planning board attorney John Montefusco Sr. and his family, in exchange for official favors from 1987 to 2007.

Is the Holocaust losing its pizazz?

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2018-01-15 02:28

This image is familiar to everyone and doesn't need to be explained. But why should we believe what we do about it? It's really quite pedestrian in itself.


By Carolyn Yeager

IS IT JUST ME OR IS the “Holocaust” losing its pizazz.

It seems that what's been coming out lately as new holocaust and antisemitism stories are dull and recycled.

I do know the World Jewish Congress is using the same schtick for this year's International Holocaust Remembrance Day, coming up in less than two weeks now on January 27th, that they used last year: the “I remember” campaign. Take a look at this promotional picture they put out for it – does it stir your blood in any way?