The Holocaust without Five Million non-Jews!

The Organized Jewry is still debating why Donald Trump’s Holocaust Day message ignored the six million Jews killed by Nazis (listen to John Niems’ song below).

Ironically, Israel Occupation Force’s spokesperson’s unit on Holocaust Day said: “Eleven million peoplesix million Jews and five million non-Jews died in the Holocaust.”

The number 11 million was coined by the famous Holocaust myth-maker Simon Wiesenthal  in the 1970s to gain more sympathy for the Jews killed by Nazis during WWII.

White House spokespersons, Sean Spicer and Hope Hicks have defended Trump’s omission of the 6 million Jews, saying that “the Nazis’ victims included Roma, gays, the disabled and priests.” They called the criticism pathetic. In response the Washington Post called Sean Spicer a Holocaust denier!

On January 27, various Jewish groups condemned White House’s statement claiming the omission of ‘6 million Jews’ risked playing into the hands of the European White racist groups, which includes factions that seek to diminish the centrality of the Jewish genocide to the carnage of World War II.

Interestingly, all these ‘European White racists’ hate Muslims more than any other religious group while support Israel – from French National Front, Pegida to British Defence League.

Former US president Jimmy Carter too became victim of the Organized Jewry for issuing the executive order that would establish the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, referred to the 11 million victims of the Holocaust.

The Holocaust Industry’s Six Million Died holy writ is based on the claim that 4 million Jews died at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi concentration camp. However, in July 1990 the Auschwitz State Museum, a Polish government agency along with Israel’s Yad Vashem Holocaust Center, announced that all together perhaps one million people (both Jews and non-Jews) died at Auschwitz (reported by Washington Times and UK’s Daily Telegraph on July 17, 1990.).


2 responses to “The Holocaust without Five Million non-Jews!

  1. You are Anti-semitic if you dare to disagree with them.

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