The following is the headline from the study conducted by Claims Conference, Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which is based in Tel Aviv.
Because of the internet and media sharing platforms the spreading information is easier to do than it was before when most people got all their information from the mainstream media. That means alternatives to the Holocaust narrative are more accessible than ever. And, if I do say so myself, arguments against the Holocaust narrative are quite compelling.
This study reveals a Holocaust fatigue in many of the Dutch people. The Holocaust industrial machine never ceases to pump out the White guilt. To be told nearly 80 years after WW2 that you must take the knee and grovel because your country didn’t do enough to help Jews has caused many people to either become ambivalent to, or even resentful of, the non-stop Holocaust propaganda.
In this ‘Key Findings’ section we learn that only believing that 2 million Jews died is not good enough. It must be the 6 million or you’re a terrible person! 22% of Millennials and Zoomers, and 12% of people over all, that think it’s acceptable to have neo-Nazi views. There is a study that claims that “if just 10% of a social network is strongly committed to an opinion, that’s enough to rapidly convert the uncommitted 90% to adopt their point of view.” The results of the survey show that 8% of Millennials strongly agree that it is acceptable to have neo-Nazi views.
In the following paragraph is an admission that the Holocaust myth is losing its power and the only solution is more indoctrination. Not only in countries that were involved with the Holocaust, but globally. And what are the ‘critical lessons of the Holocaust’? To not criticize the Jewish occupation of Palestine? To call any White person with racial pride a Nazi so they stop having racial pride?
Next the Claims Conference (CC) invokes Anne Frank. How could a country that hid the infamous Anne Frank not totally believe in the Holocaust? A good percentage of people did not know that Anne Frank died in a concentration camp. I wonder how many people know that Anne Frank and her sister died of typhus, her mother died of starvation and he father survived. None of them met their end in the alleged homicidal gas chambers. Weird.
In the next section several Jews that promote the Holocaust narrative say that it’s important that everyone believes in the Holocaust.
Next we learn that a good percentage of respondents know people that don’t believe in the Holocaust and that 62% of people say Holocaust denial is a problem.
You have to look through the actual survey to see the brief description of Holocaust denial that CC used in its survey. CC describes the Holocaust as a ‘historical reality’. The wording of the question, do you think Holocaust denial is a problem, implies that it is a problem. Even with this loading of the question only 19% thinks it is a big problem while 43% thinks it is somewhat of a problem. Of course CC wants you to believe that other people think deinal is a problem so they can be seen as the heroes that fight it instead of the authoritarian figure that is trying to get the entire world to comply with their narrative.
The last two sections featured in CC’s article on the study displays results that are designed to make one believe that Holocaust denial and neo-Nazism are a problem and that people are for more education. To the question of it being important to continue teaching the Holocaust CC added, ‘in part, so it doesn’t happen again’. That little add-on serves to allow no doubting that the Holocaust happened and that if people don’t know about it another Holocaust will happen. This ensures more positive responses and justification for more indoctrination.
There were many other interesting questions and responses in the 91 question survey that CC didn’t highlight. I encourage you to look through it yourself and share data that you find interesting in the comments.
While people like CC see the trend towards Holocaust denial and distortion as disturbing, I see it as a positive development for the truth. The efforts of Holocaust revisionists and the people that spread their ideas and arguments making a difference. Let’s keep at it so this ‘disturbing trend’ continues!