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Killing the Holocaust Myth, Part 2


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  1. Markus

    Sonderbehandlung usually refers to more food, more free time, free cigarettes once in a while and so forth.

    German is a very direct and descriptive language and cynical or funny conotations are not made, especially in politics, military or science. If Sonderbehanung had a different meaning, it would have been written or defined.

    This notion that Germans could themselves decide how to interpret Sonderbehandlung contradicts that Germans follow orders, which they do once they voluntarily commissioned a superior to give orders.

    I don’t believe it for one minute, unless Sonderbehandlung is somewhere thouroughly defined as to kill people and by what method.

  2. Markus

    A previously unknown diary by Harry Truman, discovered in 2003, revealed that he harbored harsh feelings about Jews. Incensed when former Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau, Jr. called him about the plight of the refugee ship Exodus in 1947, Truman wrote in his diary, “He [had] no business, whatever to call me. The Jews have no sense of proportion nor do they have any judgment on world affairs… The Jews, I find, are very, very selfish. They care not how many Estonians, Latvians, Finns, Poles, Yugoslavs or Greeks get murdered or mistreated as D[isplaced] P[erson]s as long as the Jews get special treatment. Yet when they have power, physical, financial or political neither Hitler nor Stalin has anything on them for cruelty or mistreatment to the under dog.”


    OMG, Truman said special treatment of the Jews. What a cynical Nazi!

  3. Markus, I think Truman was more disappointed in modern-day Jews than antisemitic. He was all for the creation of Israel, based on his Christian-Zionist biblical beliefs. He went against the good advice of his advisors that an “Israel” was going to seriously and detrimentally upset the balance in the middle-east.

  4. Markus

    I believe a lot of people like Truman, Churchill etc knew about the Jewish Question very well, but were compromised by money and fear.

    I also believe many people today are rather voluntary dupes because of all the brainwashing, so they don’t even have these thoughts in private , Carolyn.

  5. I believe a lot of people like Truman, Churchill etc knew about the Jewish Question very well, but were compromised by money and fear.

    What you believe is of no interest to others/has no value. What you can prove or at least demonstrate is all that counts. Money and fear, in this instance, is too broad to use against Truman. Did he really want money? He did want to get reelected but I don’t think he would have tarnished his own legacy about world order and peace if he couldn’t turn it into an Old Testament God thing in his mind. “God wanted it; it was Just.” He also had no remorse over using the A-bomb on Japan, when it wasn’t necessary for Japanese surrender. Very Jewish.

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