Thursday, January 26, 2012

International Holocaust Rememberance Day

Not to be confused with the Jewish Holiday Yom HaShoah, the day Jews around the world mourn for the 6 million plus who were murdered by the Nazis.  This is the day that the "World" has set aside to remember those murdered by the Nazis during the Holocaust.  This day is ignored by the Muslims, Africans. South Americans, and Asians.  To these people the Holocaust never happened, but if it did the Jews wanted it, but if they didn't want it they deserved it any way.  (Choose the excuse you want.)

Just a few of the millions of pictures showing what happened:

The Germans were proud of their handiwork, it was only after they were defeated that they cried "I didn't know!"  They knew, especially those who lived near the camps.  How could they not know?  The smell alone would give the camps away.

Once again the world will give lip service to those who were murdered and condemn their descendants living and bleeding in Israel.  Once again anti-Semitism is rearing its ugly head with governments either ignoring it or giving approval to the practice (Like Ilmar Reepalu, Mayor of Malmo, Sweden or Mike Bloomber, Mayor of New York City).

While the world will ignore this, we cannot.  And we can never stop saying:



Storm'n Norm'n said...

I visited Dachau once...

And we can never stop saying:

Gary Fouse said...

I have visited Dachau, Auschwitz, Sachsenhausen and Buchenwald. I fear the world is reverting back to the 1930s. The resurgence of anti-Semitism must be brought to the attention of our slumbering public.