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Appalling: High School Teacher Assigns Students Essay on Why "Jews Are Evil”

Lars795 Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 1:40 AM
Talk with those that lived it, both that survived the camps and those that lived near them. The Holocaust did happen; what is lost are the teaching about who else were "rewarded" with living in those camps! Not just Jews, but the insane, Poles, Russians, homosexuals (though the upper and rest of the SS were filled with them), artists, gypsy's, members of various other political groups, and the list has more.
dbaker909 Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 4:41 AM
"Holocaust Denier" is a Jewish-coined term which has an incendiary connotation, somehow conferring guilt for this canard upon those who don't see evidence of it, myself included. I was not in Europe during World War II. I didn't authorize this alleged "Holocaust". I didn't participate in the alleged "Holocaust". I didn't photograph any gassings, or other alleged atrocities described by witnesses to the Holocaust. Therefore, I can't "Deny" the Holocaust.
dbaker909 Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 4:34 AM
Davez2, the witnesses/experts who testified during the first Zundel "False News" Trial refused to testify during the second trial. Would you please explain why?
DaveZ2 Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 4:18 AM
The Zundel False News Trial in Canada found Zundel guilty TWICE. The final review on appeal had the following statement from a Justice for the majority opinion: Zundel "misrepresented the work of historians, misquoted witnesses, fabricated evidence, and cited non-existent authorities." That's about Zundel, the holocaust denier, NOT about recanting witness of an alleged holocaust. So, your source is BALONY. Your one of the type that would turn a blind eye to any modern holocaust so long as it was not your group of people.
dbaker909 Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 2:53 AM
Lars, Vrba, Friedman, Hillberg, and every other Jewish Holocaust eyewitness or author of books concerning the Holocaust REFUSED TO TESTIFY IN A COURT OF LAW after the original Zundel False News Trial in Canada exposed their fabrications, and lack of evidence. That (yawn) standard ploy of people "talking to survivors' of the Holocaust ain't gonna hack it, Lars. You have to provide FORENSIC EVIDENCE of the Holocaust. That canard was debunked in a court of law.
pertin Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 2:23 AM
Give us some backed-up-facts-examples,

A few simple links, to more detailed comments by you, here or in other articles, to back up specifically what you're claiming-referring to above.
Lars795 Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 2:18 AM
I have talked with those that lived through it. Both in the US and in Germany. Talking to history and seeing the aftermath of it (ie the Concentration and Death Camps) in person is a lot more than just reading from chosen material.

Go to Germany, Poland, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, and go through the remains and areas of those places.


Or are you one of those that believe and read books that the space race and moon landings never happened, that it was all "Hollywood and government"?
oldshortfatboy Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 2:10 AM
dbaker909 Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 1:50 AM
Lars, uh, I think I furnished valid examples of people who HAVE talked, and talked a lot, about the Jewish Holocaust. They wrote books about their experiences, and they published supposedly factual volumes describing this canard. Once they were placed in a position to testify under oath, and were subjected to Rules of Evidence in a Court of Law, they were FORCED to admit they fabricated what they wrote. Do you understand that?

What in the world is going on in American public schools? Good heavens:

ALBANY, New York - A New York state high school English teacher who asked students to imagine they were Nazis and give reasons why Jews were evil could be reprimanded or dismissed, a school district superintendent said on Friday.

City School District of Albany Superintendent Marguerite Vanden Wyngaard apologized at a news conference and pledged officials would personally express regret to Albany High School students who were given the assignment and their families.

"This assignment for some of our students at Albany High School was completely...