The highlighted statement below encapsulates why creating and maintaining the Holocaust narrative is so is so important to the Allied governments of WW2. This person had just listed out multiple atrocities done by the Allies, with pictures. In the end they justify it by basically saying that the Germans were worse and it was self defense.
But what if the Holocaust wasn’t real (it’s not) and the Germans weren’t trying to take over the world (they weren’t)? Well then the Ally’s portrait of themselves as great heroes wouldn’t be very convincing, would it? This subject is quite complicated and I will make concise as possible. Because of this I encourage you to read the outside sources I have linked.
The Allied governments are happy to have you believe that WW2 was caused by evil madman Hitler who was trying to take over the world.
In reality it was Britain who declared war on Germany using the pretext of Hitler’s ‘invasion’ of Poland. What doesn’t get talked about is the role of the unjust Treaty of Versailles. This ‘agreement’ that Germany was forced to sign after WW1 (which Germany also did not start) took territory away from Germany, caused an economic collapse, left Germany vulnerable to Communism and led to widespread degeneracy (see image below).
Hitler did not want war but at the same time he had to resolve the problem of the abuse of the German minorities in Danzig. Consider the following explanation, from a mainstream source, about why Hitler started WW2. They talk about Hitler’s ambition to reunite the German people and the desire for economic and military security like it’s an unreasonable thing. Then they state that France and Britain declared war on Germany for invading Poland when it was France and Britain who had promised military support for Poland. How exactly is this Hitler starting WW2?
Today we know that Poland’s sovereignty was just an excuse:
Thus we are left with an unresolved and unjustified war. America and Britain’s allyship with the Communist and mass murder Stalin was also unjustified. So when they started liberating the camps and saw the condition they were in, a condition they helped create, they saw a golden opportunity. An opportunity to misrepresent what they found to the public. An opportunity to create a monster out of Hitler and National Socialist Germany and obfuscate their own evil acts.
The good guys don’t always win wars.