WHO HAS THE COPYRIGHT FOR THE WORD HOLOCAUST ?
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Apr 18, 2018 - 5:15pm
WHO HAS THE COPYRIGHT FOR THE WORD HOLOCAUST ?

  I know, there's a lot of discussion going around here about the "holocaust". And when people think about a holocaust, we automatically think about a genocide. But wait....holocaust = Jews, Genocide = whoever. That's called "framing". You take one specific word and put such a weight on that in connection with one specific event that this event is weighed much higher than all other ones which were, or are, when seen realistically, not less brutal and inhuman. Such an example is "holocaust". (c) The Media.   It diminishes all other "holocausts" that happened. Because Holocaust has become in a pervert sense a BRAND.     Here is an example of another holocaust. 1 million deaths in 100 days. Not even the Germans can topple that. It's a long article, but well worth reading it. There's a LOT of such articles around but AL…

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9-11
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Its funny that there are still people around that do not believe 9-11 was an inside job.   I will gives some facts surrounding 9-11, particular facts that make the official version, as given on the Set very impossible.   (1) Explosions were both video taped and witnessed at the base of the…

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Why?
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Why?

Thomas Napers wrote this on my last article:   "Either you’re the dumbest person I know or a masochist, probably both.  There is no reason to spend any time trying to educate a Holocaust denialist.  I mean, it’s not like there is a convincing argument that will change thei…

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