posted on Jul, 17 2005 @ 08:46 PM
The Nazi party was wildly popular with the 'American Aristocracy' back before the war, and even during it!
We essentially buried that part of history, and now nobody talks about it. But the truth is, they were holding Nazi rallies at major stadiums,
talking about the Jews this and the Jews that. It's surreal when you consider what was going on in Europe at the time.
And those are the wages of ignorance.
The problem is that most people are idiots. Sorry to be offensive, but the numbers have got my back. Most people don't engage in complex problem
solving or hardcore analysis, most people simply exist. 80% of Americans are below the inteligence level of the average college graduate, and adult
literacy is better just about everywhere except Botswana.
Politicians do everything possible to advance themselves using this fact, the people should similarly take this fact into consideration when making
If we don't stop historically innacurate hate speech, we may wake up one day to find out history has been changed by those with an agenda, and
accepted by those without the integrity and ability to discern fact from fiction.
All it takes is one generation, remember that.
And also remember, as has been said, the Jews were not the only victims. Semites of all stripes suffered, so did blacks and homosexuals, the homeless
and the mentally retarded.
My great grandfather was one lord Campbell, my great grandmother was the 16 year old Gypsy maid he was buggering. All her family was destroyed or
scattered in Hungary, so that's where my family tree ends, in a burnt stump, a birth certificate labeled "No Fixed Abode."
The holocaust happened, there's a mountain of evidence pointing to that fact. To say otherwise is an insult to those who suffered. However, to
whitewash the events and conceal those responsible, that's just as distasteful and wrong as to say it never happened.
So, in any case, I'm glad revisionist history isn't allowed to masquerade as fact on ATS. I also sincerely hope that the holocaust can still be
discussed here. Denying ignorance is a lofty goal, and I think there's a lot of ignorance surrounding what really happened during that particular