According to the news article at the above link, “More than one-fifth of millennials in the U.S. — 22 percent — haven’t heard of, or aren’t sure if they’ve heard of, the Holocaust.”
This, according to a study published Thursday, on Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day.
According to Greg Schneider, who works for the organization that did the new study on millennials and the Holocaust:
“This study underscores the importance of Holocaust education in our schools…There remain troubling gaps in Holocaust awareness while survivors are still with us; imagine when there are no longer survivors here to tell their stories.”
Yes, but what if the stories being told by these “Holocaust survivors” have been demonstrated time-after-time to be sensationalistically exaggerated?
Indeed, many of the Jewish accounts of Holocaust events – including those claiming the Germans skinned captured Jews alive and used their skin to make lamp shades – have been proven to have been made up out of whole cloth. In short, they never happened.
And many of the gas chamber and concentration camp stories told by Jewish “Holocaust survivors” have been demonstrated to be patently false, as well.
Entire books about the Holocaust have been recalled by their publishers after the supposed “Jewish Holocaust survivors” who wrote the books were found to have never been anywhere near Germany or German-occupied Poland during the time of the Holocaust.
In fact, even the “six million” number itself is widely criticized, particularly with old Red Cross records in Germany showing that only two million Jews, total, lived in the area during the time the Holocaust. Those two million Jews would have had to have been wiped out three times over for the “official” Holocaust numbers to be true.
But the Holocaust propaganda continues unabated. And now, after 70 years of beating the Holocaust into the brains of western Christians, the Jews apparently want to double-down on that propaganda.
So they’ve come up with a new “study” showing that not nearly enough millennials know about the Holocaust – this, even though every public school in America is forced to observe “Holocaust Day,” with trips to local “Holocaust Museums” practically becoming compulsory in many big cities in the U.S.
Even many Christian churches celebrate Holocaust Remembrance Day. The United Nations officially celebrates Holocaust Remembrance Day. The European Union celebrates “International Holocaust Remembrance Day.” And the U.S. Congress actually gave the Holocaust a week long period each year known as “Days of Remembrance.”
Why all of this emphasis on the Holocaust?
I explain it fully in my Bible study, By Their Own Sword. The Jews seek to make the Holocaust the central ontological event of world history, even surpassing Christ’s crucifixion on the cross as the world’s greatest crime.
You’d think murdering God in the flesh could never have been relegated to second place. But thanks to the past 70 years worth of Jewish Holocaust propaganda, it has. Yes, the Jews have pushed the so-called “Holocaust” story to the point that the events of the Holocaust have now become widely thought of as the greatest religious crime in world history.
And the worst part is, when you fully understand the Holocaust story and the reason for it, you come to realize that the Jews who push it actually believe they, collectively, are the so-called “suffering servant” of Isaiah 53 – the Messiah of God.
Further, they believe that while the Holocaust of WWII represents the persecution and death of this collective “Messiah,” the Jew’s return to the Middle East land of Israel in 1948 represents the “resurrection” of the “Messiah.”
And thus they want to edge Jesus Christ out of the picture, and replace Him with…drum roll, please…themselves in the role as resurrected saviors.
If you’d like to learn more about the story behind the real reason for all of the Holocaust celebrations, check out my Bible study By Their Own Sword. It’s a real eye-opener, I promise you. You’ve probably never heard it told like this before.
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