Why Do Some People Believe The Holocaust Never Happened?
Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:54 AM
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 03:49 AM
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 03:54 AM
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 10:03 AM
In a word: Hatred
My earlier post was a reminder that hatred for minorities in the early 1930's became a state-sponsored and systematic effort to wipe out a number of minorities - European Jews, Roma and Sinti gypsy tribes, Jehovah’s Witnesses, disabled Poles, homosexuals, Soviet prisoners of war, and political dissidents.
Hatred for others is very much alive and well today. Denial of and ignoring historic events is a convenient way to distance oneself from the uncomfortable thought that had I lived then and there, would I have been one of the victims or one of the perpetrators?
“There are ominous patterns in human rights abuses these days, grimly reminiscent of the dark days of the 1930s when similar activities foreshadowed the Holocaust,” says Irwin Cotler, a McGill University law professor and cochairman of the Canadian Helsinki Watch Group, according to The Toronto Star. He says that a study conducted in 41 countries by the Helsinki Federation for Human Rights highlights a clear danger signal—a strong growth in hate speech against minorities. Often in the form of hatemongering by broadcasters and state publications, it results in persecution of the minorities. Said Cotler concerning the trend: “This is a lesson of the Second World War that we have not learned.” Another forgotten lesson, he said, is “the crime of indifference, the conspiracy of silence.”
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Posted 08 March 2013 - 01:54 AM
Hitler came to power saying d turn the country (Germany) around, and thus gained a large amount of power, by mobilizing Germany, and then boosting the economy. He then began invading other countries (Poland, France, Belgium) saying that Germany needed more space to live and prosper. By the time people realized that he was leading them into a war, he had become an oppressor (forcing people to do as he says), and put down any people who said otherwise. Herman Goering (the commander of the Luftwaffe) put forth his final solution, of genocide of not only Jewish, but Crippled people, lepers, gypsys, and other people. Most people shielded their eyes from this, believing Hitler to be great still, and ignored it. Their insistence carried on, even in face of brutal facts to the contrary.
Posted 09 March 2013 - 10:52 AM
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