Yesterday i stumbled upon David Duke’s youtube channel concerning the Khazar theory, there was a speech so full of hate against jews, that i could not listen for more than a few seconds, it was overwhelming racist banter, the sort one can expect from an intoxicated person or deranged brain damaged person, not from someone who claimed to have a phD. , holocaust denial, the denial of a jewish identity and claims that jews are descended from a tribe that had disappeared around the 10th century leaving no documents, are strategies that are typical of those official antisemities ; the denial of the holocaust means that the jews are lying about the hate, and to deny the hate is to make out that the jews are some paranoid group that claims a different version of history than the historians like David Duke claim, the history told according to David Duke denies not only jews but African Americans the true tale of their enslavement, tying the two groups of victims distorting the history making up a new history blaming the jews for deeds they could never have undertaken, and even disowning their identity , erasing them , a total destruction and demonization of a targeted group.
For the first time in history the white house denied the jewish holocaust, and claimed this was not their tragedy alone, which is true enough, except that the jews had been targeted, the way they no doubt will be targeted under Donald Trump’s regime who will use Jared Kushner and his jewish advisors because not all jews are true to their origin and will defend history, some can be bought apparently , bribed, and perhaps they never had values other than to profit from Donald Trump^s powerful position.
After Donald Trump ‘s was exposed as having said what he said about women, anyone who came aboard and supported him was with him on the voyage of the damned because anyone who damns others is damned themselves.
White House spokesman Sean Spicer at the daily press briefing in Washington,
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President Donald Trump’s spokesman said complaints about the president’s omission of Jews from a Holocaust commemoration statement were “pathetic” and “disappointing.”
Sean Spicer, speaking Monday at the White House briefing for reporters, was asked about the complaints on the statement Friday marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which did not mention Jews.
“By and large he’s been praised for it,” Spicer said, although only the World Jewish Congress appears to have praised it, while a broad range of others raised concerns. Reporters asked specifically about complaints from two groups otherwise supportive of the Trump presidency, the Republican Jewish Coalition and the Zionist Organization of America.
In response, Spicer noted the tensions between Israel’s government and the Obama administration, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s praise for Trump.
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“There’s been no better friend than Donald Trump, especially after the last eight years, the tremendous respect he’s shown Israel, the Jewish people, and to suggest anything otherwise frankly is a little disappointing,” he said.
“The president went out of his way to recognize the Holocaust and the suffering that went through it, and to make sure America never forgets the people that were affected by it and the loss of life.”
Spicer listed Jews and Roma, gays, the disabled and priests as victims of the Holocaust.
“To suggest that remembering the Holocaust and acknowledging all of the people – Jewish, gypsies, priests, disabled, gays and lesbians – I mean it is pathetic that people are picking on a statement,” he said.
The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, without mentioning Trump, weighed in on the controversy on Monday afternoon.
“Millions of other innocent civilians were persecuted and murdered by the Nazis, but the elimination of Jews was central to Nazi policy,” the statement said.
“As Elie Wiesel said, ‘Not all victims were Jews, but all Jews were victims,’” it said. “The Holocaust teaches us profound truths about human societies and our capacity for evil. An accurate understanding of this history is critical if we are to learn its lessons and honor its victims.”
Spicer said the statement was written “with the help of an individual who is both Jewish and the descendant of Holocaust survivors.” Asked if it was Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law and a leading adviser, Spicer refused to say.
Since the United Nations launched the remembrance day in 2005, marking the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz in 1945, Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama have noted in their statements that the principal aim of the Holocaust was the genocide of the Jews.
Jewish critics have said that omitting Jews from Holocaust commemoration statements, wittingly or not, plays into the agenda of groups that seek to diminish the Nazi genocide of the Jews.
While the Nazis persecuted an array of groups because of their ethnic origins, professions, political beliefs and sexual orientation, scholars say only Jews and Roma were targeted for genocide. (There is some dispute about whether to class the mass murder of Roma as a genocide because, unlike with Jews, Nazi policies on Roma varied between regions.)
Since the controversy erupted, Trump administration spokesmen, including his chief of staff, Reince Priebus, have doubled down on the argument that it is better not to single out Jews in order to be “inclusive.”
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