If you’re not seeing this headline from The Times of Israel (ToI) as some real dystopian stuff, then you are under the spell of Holocaust indoctrination.
Having trouble seeing the insidiousness of a custom-tailored Holocaust-affirming exhibit? Just keep reading.
A little background info: the exhibit was aimed at the children of White Plains Middle School. I have previously written about how middle schoolers around the ages of 11–12 are perfect targets for Holocaust fabulists. This is because they have developed the capacity to empathize with others while still lacking the ability to question authority. As you will see, this exhibit is all about utilizing the power of empathy.
This Holocaust exhibit was created by Common Circles (CC), a non-profit with the entire USC Shoah Foundation on its team. The CC exhibit is being presented as a positive force in the fight against hate, racism, and most importantly, anti-Semitism. That might sound nice and good to most people, but that is because most people don’t realize that the false Holocaust narrative is harmful to White people. It is used to justify anti-Whiteness by linking White advocacy to Nazism. Furthermore, when non-Whites get the Holocaust narrative repeatedly pounded into their heads, it creates a perception that White people are uniquely evil and threatening. This in turn creates an anti-White environment where the fact of White Americans becoming a minority in historically White country is celebrated.
ToI reports that the exhibit has seen much success. “Some students who expressed doubt the Holocaust really happened or doubted the extent of the Holocaust told us they have changed their views and are even educating others on the danger of misinformation,” Felton told The Tol on-site at White Plains Middle School.
So how did CC transform Holocaust fence sitters into champion’s for the Holocaust fabulist cause?
To answer this question, there is a six-minute video about the CC exhibit in the ToI article that I watched so that you don’t have to. Although maybe you should watch it so that you can be treated to enlightening wisdom, like a girl saying that just because you weren’t there doesn’t meant the Holocaust didn’t happen. And if you have a quick eye, you can spot things like this quote from Elie Wiesel, fraud extraordinaire:
According to the video, the CC exhibit has two parts. The first part is about exploring the multilayered identities of yourself and others. Students are encouraged to connect with their peers and other members of the community, to listen to and share stories. Building bridges instead of breaking them and all that kumbaya stuff. What this is doing is not only making the student feel like they are a part of the exhibit, but it is also associating Holocaust affirmation with being a good person.
Next, after the student’s anterior insular cortexes are all buttered up, they enter an interactive exhibit with hologram Jews that use AI technology to share stories and answer questions. I could have a lot of fun asking the holo-Jew some pointed questions. I don’t think I could pass for a middle schooler though.
Anita Lasker-Wallfisch and Alan Moskin are the two holo-Jews in the CC exhibit. Something to remember about Jewish WW2 survivors that were in the alleged death camps is that they did not actually witness anyone being gassed. Very few people actually testify that they saw the alleged homicidal gas chambers or the results of a gassing. Most of them were Sonderkommando, who were Jews who allegedly assisted the Nazis with the gassing of Jews. How did these Jewish WW2 survivors know that other Jews were being gassed? That’s a good question, considering that the alleged extermination program was said to have been top secret.
Anita Lasker-Wallfisch was an inmate of Auschwitz and even a member of the Women’s Orchestra of Auschwitz. She is a witness to the camp, but not a witness to homicidal gas chambers or the systematic murdering of Jews.
Alan Moskin was a Jewish member of the US armed forces. Since all of the alleged death camps were in Poland, Moskin would not have liberated one of them. It was the Soviets that liberated all the alleged death camps. Moskin was a witness to the concentration camps in Germany, but he was not a witness to homicidal gas chambers or any of the alleged death camps.
In the image above you can see a quote that reads, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can choose to change the world.” That’s rich considering this exhibition relies on emotional manipulation from witness testimony rather than evidence-based facts. And what does that other quote say? “We are all versions of one another.” I pointed that out to Mike Peinovich and he said that we’re all versions of Hitler then. But seriously, this is just a tactic that CC is employing to make the students feel like they have a connection to alleged Holocaust victims so they are more likely to care.
What’s ironic about the whole thing is that the CC exhibit is the kind of propaganda that Holocaust fabulists accuse the Nazis of employing. Wikipedia has a whole article about Children’s propaganda in Nazi Germany. The first paragraph in this article states:
The Nazi Party (NSDAP) directed propaganda at children in Nazi Germany between the 1920s and 1945 to influence the values and beliefs of the future generation of German citizens according to their political agenda and ideology. The Nazi Party targeted children with mandatory youth organizations, school courses on racial purity, and anti-Semitic children’s books. The Nazi Party’s propaganda took advantage of children’s ignorance about the Jewish community. Although the Jewish population in Germany was the largest in central Europe, it was still a relatively small fraction of the overall population, with only 525,000 members (0.75% of the total German population).
The Nazi party took advantage of ignorance, did they? Like the ignorance the general population has about all the problems with the Holocaust narrative? The ignorance that people have of WW2 in general because only one completely slanted side is taught? I would say the pot is calling the kettle black, but the kettle did nothing wrong.
Now, don’t think I didn’t consider the possibility that the ToI article is just propaganda that is falsely portraying the CC exhibit as being successful. I certainly hope that is the case. Whether it was successful or not, the CC exhibit illustrates Holocaust fabulist’s willingness to employ underhanded and devious tactics to perpetuate their false narrative and the continuance of anti-White hatred.