(The Jewish Chronicle) According to a new poll, millions of young Americans are smashing down the walls that the Jews have constructed to protect their fragile myth of the Holocaust — and the Jews are in a state of shock and disbelief:
“The fact that one in five young Americans believes the Holocaust is a myth, according to a new survey, is a figure so preposterous that the [Jewish] mind wants to discard and ignore it…
…This was the approach taken last week by the Economist which, apparently bamboozled, published precisely five paragraphs on its own exclusive YouGov poll from which the finding came.
But the facts bear repeating. Some 20 per cent of Americans aged 18-29 stated that the Holocaust is a myth, compared to 8 per cent of those aged 30-44. A further 30 per cent of young people said they do not know if the Holocaust is a myth.
So that is 50 per cent of young Americans who either deny the Holocaust outright or at the very least question it.
The random sample of 1,500 American adults found that the number of Holocaust deniers is similar across all levels of education.
YouGov estimates the margin for error at 3 per cent. Frankly, if the margin for error was 50 per cent it would still be enough for the average reader’s brain to want to reject the offending information as impossible.
But what if instead of an anomalous inflation of antisemitic attitudes, the survey is an undercount? Surely most Holocaust deniers or sceptics — aware of how loathsome their views are to the wider world — would be reluctant to share their opinions openly with a pollster from YouGov? If anything, the numbers could be higher.
TikTok — the social media app of choice for the 18-29 generation — is the petri dish in which this new strain of antisemitism and Holocaust denial is being cultured. Americans under 30 are as likely to trust information on social media as they are to trust national news organisations, a 2022 Pew Research Centre survey found. Pew also found that 32 per cent of people aged 18-29 are getting their news from TikTok. That is worth saying again: getting their “news” from TikTok.
Just last week, Jewish TikTok employees revealed that the firm “no longer has any control” over its 40,000 moderators who do little to stop antisemitic posts, and that colleagues openly express Jew-hatred on an internal chat. The story had surprisingly little pick-up in the US, and one wonders if the lucrative contracts some media organisations have with TikTok are relevant.
Sacha Baron Cohen last month accused TikTok of “creating the biggest antisemitic movement since the Nazis”.
A spokesperson for TikTok told Fox News: “Hateful ideologies, including antisemitism, are not and have never been allowed on our platform. From October 7, we have removed more than 1.1 million videos in the conflict region for breaking our rules, including content promoting Hamas, hate speech, terrorism and misinformation.”
The row comes against the backdrop of a society where being an activist is mandatory. Fighting for social justice is required on applications to top universities and looked on favourably in workplaces. One must pick a cause. But that cause can be hard to choose when you’re being fed a diet of misinformation that you might wrongly assume has had its tyres at least gently kicked by fact-checkers.
No action, at least in the short term, will be taken against the Chinese-owned TikTok, which has more than 150 million users in the US. Last week it was announced that Congress will not take up legislation this year that would allow the Biden administration to move against TikTok. Republican frontrunners for president have vowed to ban it.
A day of reckoning may be coming for TikTok, but it will only be after it has persuaded vast numbers of young Americans of grotesque lies about the Holocaust. A deradicalisation of American minds corrupted by Hamas propaganda may be needed.”
The results of this poll should not surprise Jews or anyone for that matter — a 2019 survey showed that Holocaust propaganda was failing miserably to appeal to young people.
And according to a Jewish professor at Harvard University, Holocaust education programs targeting young people have failed to show any reduction in “antisemitism”.
And according to Germany’s ambassador to Israel, Holocaust Denial “has succeeded in becoming a social and international phenomenon.”
Even a recent survey in “de-nazified” Germany found that 40% of the population thought that Jews talked too much about the Holocaust — or in the words of Shakespeare, “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”
When Jonathan Greenblatt — the CEO of the Jewish supremacist organization, the ADL — concedes that the Holocaust “could be a hoax”, you have no one to blame but yourselves for skepticism about this fictional event to metastasize.
American minds have not been “radicalized” by Hamas — rather with the advent of the internet, they have realized there are innumerable sources of information outside traditional mainstream media that Jews own and control.
And Jews have openly expressed their “frustration” that they no longer have a monopoly on information sources — and their version of reality is no longer unchallenged.
This loss of control has created widespread paranoia among Jews — even Bob Iger, the Jewish CEO of Disney, expressed his fear that unregulated social media could “turn people into Nazis.”
“It is no exaggeration when I say that the majority of all Auschwitz propaganda, which was spread at that time all over the world, was written by ourselves in the camp. We carried out this propaganda [for] the world public until our very last day of presence in Auschwitz.”—Bruno Baum, President of East Germany, Communist jewish inmate, at Auschwitz, from his 1949 memoir
In the 1960s, many young people rebelled against the conservative, “middle class” values of their parents who fought to defeat the enemies of the Jews in World War II.
But today, young people are rebelling against that Jewish anti-Nazi brainwashing that their “boomer” parents soaked up without question — and are realizing that those old-fashioned values are the ultimate rebellion against today’s Jewish oligarchy.
2,000 years ago, the Jewish Pharisees believed that they had a monopoly on the truth of God — but Jesus Christ rebelled against their lies and broke their monopoly saying,
“I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.”–John 14:6
Breaking the Jewish spell of the Holocaust is inevitable because it is based on lies — even the director of the world’s largest Holocaust museum admitted that there is “no physical evidence” to prove the Holocaust actually happened.
Because of this glaring lack of evidence, Jews not only demand that we believe in the Holocaust as a matter of faith — they now warn us that Holocaust Deniers™ will be punished by “burning in Hell.”
They would love to be able to make Holocaust Denial subject to the death penalty — along with other forms of “antisemitism” — but until that time, their only weapons of control are Orwellian prison sentences and their feigned collective “outrage” against those who dare question their insane, brain-shrinking version of history.
But as Nobel Prize-winning author, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, wrote,
“For a Jew nothing is more insulting than the truth.”