Sunday, August 3, 2008

Some More Holocaust Hypocrisy

It is hard to imagine that there could be some people in this day and age who would try to deny that the Holocaust took place—even naturally speaking. For I know that photos can be faked, and testimony falsified, but there is just too much evidence out there for it to all be a lie. Yet, some still insist otherwise.

NOTE: Please pay particular attention unto the comments section. I am “FishHawk,” of course.
***UPDATE***
Please pass on: [It Seems Impossible]

12 comments:

  1. The notion that people would still deny the Holocaust is simply reprehensible. The very idea!

    The Natural State Hawg

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  2. I am hoping that this is a very sick joke, my dear Ethan. For the links that he gives to prove that the Jews declared war on Germany first speak unto the contrary.

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  3. Unbelievable!!! this is evil and I am sure Pope Felix III needs to ask the Almighty God for forgiveness of sin

    God bless you fishhawk for stating the facts you know about this issue

    God bless

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  4. I hope and pray that he comes unto his senses soon. Thank you for the support, my dear Hannah IJ!!!

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  5. As a Rush Limbaugh Ditto head, I can't help but think about one of his famous lines that goes something like --it's better to ignore ignorance, laugh at it and move on, for a man chooses to remain oblivious to Truth, so what sense does it make to try to have a logical discussion when there is no logic coming from the other side.

    Over twenty years ago, my husband worked with someone who believed the Jews were evil and the Nazis were saints. All the Jews claims of the holocaust were false and so on... Unfortunately, my husband started to believe a lot of what his coworker said as he read the Nazi propaganda. Only a weak mind succumbs to such nonsense and absurdity. And, yes my husband was young and foolish.

    When our own insecurities and fears dictate our thoughts ad actions...oh it becomes a scary world. Does it not?

    Thank you for sharing.

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  6. I understand what you are saying, my dear Ms. Cueto, but I am trying to be a good servant here by calling attention unto something truly evil. For if enough people would want to truly care about just how deluded the members of this radical Roman Catholic sect are, maybe, just maybe, they would want come out of the darkness of Spiritual ignorance and truly walk in the Light of our Heavenly Father's Truth.

    Yes, I am quite sure that most would think that I am the one who needs the help. For even as naturally inconceivable as it is that someone could believe that the Holocaust never happened in this day and age, it is even more inconceivable that someone who held such a belief would want to change their mind just because of a bunch of people telling them that they have been deceived.

    Furthermore, I am also quite sure that most of those who would take the time to post a comment would only be wanting to tell them where they can stick their anti-Semetic beliefs instead of truly trying to help them see the error of their ways, which would only serve to reinforce their resolve. I want to believe in miracles, however.

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  7. Good point Fishhawk. And yes I believe in miracles too and I have actually witnessed quite a few people "change" their lives completely. It can happen and it does happen. You are definitely much more generous than I am. I do believing in trying to "save" people; in fact it's built into my work, but I focus my energy on those who want to be saved. But again, as I have said, you are more generous and perhaps more patient than I am, and thank God for people like you who are willing to take the time and suffer the abuse of others who live in dark blurred worlds.

    I see your point --"instead of truly trying to help them see the error of their ways, which would only serve to reinforce their resolve."

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  8. Be assured that my point is not of me, my dear Ms. Cueto. For by nature, I would much rather take a cattle prod (or something much, much worse) unto someone like that. In fact, and much unto my shame, I have done so in the past over things far less heinous.

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  9. I don't know if any of you ever read "Night" by Elie Wiesel, but it's a very impacting book about his experience in the Holocaust.

    Our DMF (dearly mistaken friend) needs a change of heart that only our Father can bring about.

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  10. No, I haven't read the book, my dear John Boy. It certainly sounds like one that I should. Perhaps even one that we should all read--especially Pope St. Felix III...

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  11. Perhaps you could put a link to the forward I sent you, on to this post Jerry.

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  12. "Tis done (I think), my dear Jill. Thanks!!!

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