posted on Apr, 26 2011 @ 10:19 AM
So your concern is for the jews who were murdered? Where is the documented evidence there were more than 9 million Jews in Europe before 1939.
What about millions killed by the Soviets? There were attempts to wipe out whole races and peoples in Eastern Europe. Where are the threads and
concerns on those holocaust?
All holocausts are deplorable, and deserve our outrage.
I think the reason the Jewish Holocaust of WWII is so vivid is that it was reported more, documented more, and more identifiable. I say that, because
I've actually sat and talked to someone who was there and had the tattooed number to show it.
The sheer lack of humanity, the brutality, and the pictures and film of it, really make it hit home more than the other less-documented holocausts
that still occur around the globe. (and it wasn't just Jews that were in the camps of the Nazis either). The WWII holocaust was well documented
because the war was well documented.
To answer the original post. YES, there was a Holocaust. (and it's easily proven). Worse yet, there STILL are holocausts, and mainstream media seems
to overlook it. We only see it covered in documentary films, etc.