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  • agolferbogie agolferbogie Nov 27, 2012 3:16 PM Flag

    What is"difficult to grasp" is that anyone could or would deny the Holocaust

     

    Just where do you think those millions of pictures of starved and dead jews come from?

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    • The "average number" of Confederates held in prisons by the North is 40,815 of whom 18,784 died.

      **

      Crackeress, no Southerners died in Northern prison camps. Indeed, they LOVED the Union camps because at long last they were allowed to have sex with black men without any social stigma.

      If any Confederates did die, it was either because they were over-deloused, or because they got sleepy and died of AIDS.

      Meanwhile, the only Rebel fatalities on the battlefield were those stupid enough to drink raw milk.

      • 1 Reply to al.gore22
      • Perhaps the best discussion of conditions at the end of World War II in Germany is by John E. Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Preventive Medicine and Epidemiolo2gy at the Harvard University School of Public Health

        Crackeress, your years of yelling about how bogus the academics are at Harvard have convinced me that the only Holocaust research I can believe has to come from Rice University.

        This Gordon guy sounds like a quack who could not even earn a GED, and that is why he was offered a job at Harvard, just like your dead janitor husband.

    • Not when it comes to occurrences in the middle east

      yes, I blame Israel for the Iranian hostage crisis and the Iran-Iraq war. Saddam was a Donmeh.

      • 1 Reply to al.gore22
      • "yes, I blame Israel for the Iranian hostage crisis and the Iran-Iraq war. Saddam was a Donmeh."

        Those were 30-40 years ago retard. The hostage crisis was blowback to US intervention in Iran and our harboring of the Shah. Do you know what the Iranians wanted in exchange for the hostages? Our promise to never interfere in their country's government again. Forget the hostage crisis.

        It is about what lied behind it and Saddam's attacks - which are oil interests. What company was it that Iran nationalized? Don't tell me you have forgotten. So we supplied the nuclear/chemical weapons Saddam used and I have no doubt, Rumsfield and Bush Sr. had other incentives to motivate Suddam to attack.

        Go find this article - it is quite long and there is much more to read. It's late and I grow tired of continually having to educate you.

        " October 10, 2002

        Helping Iraq Kill with Chemical Weapons: The Relevance of Yesterday's US Hypocrisy Today
        Iraq and Chemical Weapons, the US Connection
        by ELSON E. BOLES

        You may feel disgusted by the hypocrisy of US plans to make war on Iraq and sickened at the inevitable slaughter of thousands of people. But if you could only vaguely recall the details of how deep the hypocrisy goes, then read on.

        The US not only helped arm Iraq with military equipment right up to the time of the Kuwait invasion in 1989, as did Germany, Britain, France, Russia and others, but also sold and helped Iraq to integrate chemical weapons into their US-provided battle plans while fighting Iran between 1985-1988.

        According to a New York Times article in August, 2002, Col. Walter P. Lang, a senior defense intelligence officer at the time, explained that D.I.A. and C.I.A. officials “were desperate to make sure that Iraq did not lose” to Iran. “The use of gas on the battlefield by the Iraqis was not a matter of deep strategic concern,” he said. One veteran said, that the Pentagon “wasn’t so horrified by Iraq’s use of gas.” “It was just another way of killing people _ whether with a bullet or phosgene, it didn’t make any difference.”

        Now consider just how deceptive the recent comments from the White House are. In late September spokesman Ari Fleischer said that British Prime Minister Blair’s dossier of evidence is “frightening in terms of Iraq’s intentions and abilities to acquire weapons.” A few days later, while making his case against Saddam, President Bush said “He’s used poison gas on his own people.” Bush deceives because he hides the fact that US officials, including his father, had no qualms about helping Saddam gas Iranians. What is truly frightening are the US policies toward Iraq, the cover ups of those policies, and the US officials who personally profit in the millions of dollars from those policies. To whatever degree Saddam is a tyrant, he would not be that without the US government.

    • "Just where do you think those millions of pictures of starved and dead jews come from?"

      The pictures came from propagandists.

      Most of the deaths were due to typhus and actually continued for a while after the war was over.

      • 2 Replies to btdt100
      • BTDT...I have a friend who's father liberated one of the camps when the war ended (and against the rules snuck in a camera so he has a shoe-box of those little photos but he lost so many digits in the battle of the bulge and other campaigns that I guess he was looking to get fired).

        So the camps existed...but how many were J's vs. others??? The former seems to be the only group that managed to profit from it (big surprise there huh?).

        The so-called Holocaust has happened through-out time ("ethnic cleansing") and will probably continue.

 
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