Israeli-born US Jewish author of travelog, ‘‘I Sleep in Hitler’s Room: An American Jews visit Germany’, got into hotwater in Germany last week for raising his arm in Nazi salute to make fun of an anti-Israel White nationalist group. He is being investigated by German police as Nazi salute in public is banned in Germany. So, is denial of Zionism narrative of the Holocaust. Even claiming that German Christians suffered more at the hands of German Jews and Allied Forces than the Jews suffered at the hands of Nazis – is also not allowed. David Irwing in 1981 book, ‘The War Between The Generals’, has claimed that Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, the supreme commander of the Allied Forces, with Jewish family roots, murdered 1.7 million Germans by starvation between 1945-50. Read the book review here.
On February 6, 2013, Alan Hart, a veteran British journalist and author, posted an article on his blog, titled, ‘Understanding the real significance TODAY of Nazi holocaust‘.
Alan Hart asserts that he never wrote “holocaust” with capital “H”, as he believes the ethnic-cleansing “is not a uniquely Jewish experience as Zionism wants and needs the world believe and the capital letter imply it to be”. There have been more than 70 other genocides committed mostly by the western imperialists. Jewish academic and author Dr. Norman Finkelstein has quoted his mother, a holocaust survivor, in his book, ‘The Holocaust Industry’, saying: “Jews don’t have monopoly over the Holocaust. Many other people went through their Holocausts – American Natives, Afro-American, Korean, Vietnamese – and now Palestinians are going through their Holocaust“.
“Killing Jews in large numbers was not on the Nazi agenda when Hitler came to power in 1933. As has been well documented by others, there was on some levels co-operation between the Nazis and Zionism to empty Germany of its Jews and get them into Palestine. Killing Jews in large numbers only became behind-closed-door Nazi policy after the 1939 British White Paper effectively repudiated the Balfour Declaration of 1917 and reversed British policy for Palestine,” wrote Alan Hart.
“The real signification of Nazi holocaust is in its use by Zionism and all supporters of Israel right or wrong as a card to blackmail non-Jewish North Americans and European into refraining criticizing Israel or, to be more precise, stay silent when its leader demonstrate their absolute contempt for international law and resort to state terrorism,” added Hart.
Then Alan Hart says what American need, is a President who has the courage to tell American and the world Jewry: “The persecution you suffered on and off down the centuries and which climaxed with the obscenity of the Nazi holocaust is not a justification for Zionism’s persecution of the Palestinians in the name of you all“. Read Alan’s complete post here.
Alan Hart’s article took me back to British Jewish writer, author and blogger, Paul Eisen, who wrote on December 5, 2012, ‘Why I Call Myself a Holocaust Denier?’.
“By young adulthood, you would have found me somewhere on the Zionist left – unquestioning in my support for the Jewish state but wishing it would not behave quite so badly and stop embarrassing me in front of my friends. However, when it came to the Holocaust, my faith was unwavering,” wrote Eisen.
However, Paul says that after 1998, his perception of Jewish identity, Jewish history and Jews biblical right to the Holy Land started changing when he started learning the facts outside the Zionism’s narrative.
“The Holocaust, the paradigm for all anti-Semitism and all Jewish suffering, is treated as being beyond examination and scrutiny. Questioning the Holocaust narrative is, at best, socially unacceptable, leading often to social exclusion and discrimination, and, at worst, in some places is illegal and subject to severe penalty. Holocaust revisionist scholars, named Holocaust deniers by their opponents, have challenged this. They do not deny a brutal and extensive assault on Jews by the Nazi regime, but they do deny the Holocaust narrative as framed by present day establishments and elites. Specifically, their denial is limited to three main areas. First, they deny that there ever was an official plan on the part of Hitler or any other part of the Nazi regime systematically and physically to eliminate every Jew in Europe; second, they deny that there ever existed homicidal gas-chambers; third, they claim that the numbers of Jewish victims of the Nazi assault have been greatly exaggerated,” says Eisen.
“For my money, a child of six can see that something’s not right about the Holocaust narrative, and the science simply confirms what I already suspect. But I differ from the Holocaust Revisionists. They are scholars – historians and scientists who apply ‘truth and exactitude’ to determine the truth or otherwise of the Holocaust narrative. I’m no scholar. I care nothing for the chemical traces in brickwork or the topological evidence for mass graves. But I’ve read the literature, and it just doesn’t add up,” says Eisen. Read Paul Eisen’s complete post here.
Late Chief Rabbi of Toronto (Canada) and former president of Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC), an Israeli lobby group, Rabbi Wolf Gunther Plaut, in his 1990 book, ‘The Man Who Would Be Messiah’, had claimed that it were Frankist Jews who committed the Holocaust.