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  1. amir t. at |

    Herman Rosenblat is a liar and a national disgrace. he lied about the death of his own mother and the death of 6 million Jews. he is the face of fuel for anti-Semites. shame.

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  2. omoye jackie at |

    help me out in this question, adaralegbe[1980]describe social studies as the process of developing human mind. how as this being shown in the political history since the intoduction of social studies in nigeria.

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  3. ASMarques at |

    It is quite true that the “Holocaust” is a gigantic lie, as well as Western protection of that lie a stunning feat of hypocrisy.

    However, we should never lose sight of the simple fact that Islam — a spawn of the same totalitarian Jewish thought that gave us Christianity (and indeed Holocaustianity) — is no less a lie. And theocratic states, such as Iran, that protect this lie are every bit as hypocritical as Israel and its Western lapdogs.

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    Before anyone points out to me that historical beliefs that go under the category of “sacred history” are not subject to the rules of ordinary beliefs, let me hasten to add that indeed the “Holocaust” is but the current version of what Voltaire once called “the Infamous”, i.e. the mindset of organized superstition.

    Today, in the West, everybody is brought up under the Jewish “Holocaust” superstitions that are viewed as official “sacred history”, and everybody publicly leaving this system of religious belief is treated almost as badly as public apostates or anti-Islamic intellectual fighters in “Islamic Republics”. Only lies — holocaustic, islamic, christian or whatever — need to be protected against apostasy. Truth stands by itself on its own feet.

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  4. rené at |

    For me, it was an interesting interview to read. Personally i can see why people are offended and why it’s called an act of crime to deny the Holocaust. It’s a serious lack of respect of all who have died because of the beliefs of the nazis. The same applies for crimes comitted against Palestinians of course, it’s a travesty to get kicked out of your land, that’s why they picked the Palestines of course, one of the least beloved people in the Arabic world i was ones told. I’m truly sorry to see that the moving of people to a certain part of the world (a sandbox) led up to a conflict lasting as long as it did. One can easily create a for or against propaganda machine but this is all worthless to me because history shows that power corrupts anyway no matter whether the motives are economial , religious or military. Basically everyone’s to blame in this issue. But still it’s only agitations and finger pointing, no ones creating any real solutions! I must admit i’m glas the Jews had a place to go after they were chased around the globe for always seeming to be able to make a good life for themselves but it had seemed to fit better when they had stuck the Jews in Bavaria, the heart of the Third Reich. That’d had taught the @ssholes!

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