People have the right to doubt history as it has been told by the Western Elites and their Zionist consorts.
-In WW2, more Chinese were killed by the Japanese than Jews by Hitler.
-The American atomic bomb (dropped twice on Japan) evaporated hundreds of thousands of Japanese citizens and innocent children in a disproportionate attack after Pearl Harbor. The biological after-effects of the bombs were felt by future Japanese for generations to come.
-Russia lost a staggering amount of soldiers in WW2.
-Native Americans were almost exterminated by the Americans during their colonial conquest of North America
-Black people were sold into slavery for centuries by Jews
All of these facts are highly disputed by “experts” who put a manifest destiny spin on these horrendous acts of crime against humanity. But Holocaust denial, of course, is exceptional; it’s a crime that cannot be disputed and merits serious prosecution in France.
First of all, Jews were a powerful minority in Europe during the World War era; but it is a fact that “six million Jews” in the early-mid 1900’s is anything but a “minority number”. That doesn’t hold up. In addition, so many more fled to countries around the world like Argentina, Ecuador, Chile, Brazil, Cuba, America, and others. That sounds like at least a couple of million more which, again, is not a “minority number”.
Jewish exceptionalism is something that people don’t have to believe in FREE COUNTRIES, but it is forced upon them (whether they like it or not) as a matter of fact. For this reason, “The West” is not free.
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