The Holocaust Story

If the Holocaust was an event in history, it should be open to the routine critical examination to which all other historical events are open. Those who feel it right to argue against the “unique monstrosity” of the Germans should be free to do so. No one should be imprisoned for thought crimes. Contrary to how Hollywood and the Israeli-Firsters have it, the Holocaust story is not about Jews. It’s about Jews and Germans together, inseparable, for all time to come.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

HOLOCAUSTIANITY: THE STATE RELIGION OF THE UNITED STATES



Michael A. Hoffman II Interviewed by the Iranian Mehr News Agency
January 4, 2006

Mehr News: As you know, nowadays the "holocaust" has been turned in to a religion. How has this come about?

Hoffman: The US Constitution mandates a separation of church and state; that is to say, there can be no establishment of any single religion as the official creed of the US government. The Judaics managed to get around this through the "Holocaust." By pretending that the "Holocaust" is history, they turn what is actually a synagogue into a "holocaust museum."
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  • At 6:58 PM, Blogger 'Thought & Humor' said…

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    counsel By words without
    knowledge? Now prepare
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    earth? Tell Me, if you
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    Surely you know! Or who
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    To what were its foundations
    fastened? Or who laid its
    cornerstone, When the
    morning stars sang together,
    And all the sons of God
    shouted for joy? "Or who
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    When it burst forth and
    issued from the womb;
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    its garment, And thick
    darkness its swaddling
    band; When I fixed My
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    and doors; When I said,
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    your proud waves must stop!'

    "Have you commanded the
    morning since your days began,
    And caused the dawn to know
    its place, That it might take hold
    of the ends of the earth, And
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    It takes on form like clay under
    a seal, And stands out like a
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    the upraised arm is broken.

    "Have you entered the springs
    of the sea? Or have you walked
    in search of the depths? Have
    the gates of death been
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    because you were
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    is light diffused, Or
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    A wilderness in
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    the desolate waste,
    And cause to spring
    forth the growth of
    tender grass?

    Has the rain a
    father? Or who
    has begotten the
    drops of dew?

    From whose
    womb comes
    the ice? And the
    frost of heaven,
    who gives it birth?

    The waters harden
    like stone, And the
    surface of the deep
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    bind the cluster of the
    Pleiades, Or loose the
    belt of Orion? Can you
    bring out Mazzaroth in
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    guide the Great Bear
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    set their dominion over
    the earth? "Can you lift
    up your voice to the clouds,
    That an abundance of water
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    Or who has given understanding
    to the heart?

    Who can number the clouds
    by wisdom? Or who can pour
    out the bottles of heaven,
    When the dust hardens in
    clumps, And the clods cling
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    "Can you hunt the prey for
    the lion, Or satisfy the appetite
    of the young lions, When they
    crouch in their dens, Or lurk
    in their lairs to lie in wait?

    Who provides food for
    the raven, When its young
    ones cry to God, And
    wander about for lack
    of food?


     

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