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Israel “Disappointed” Over Thai Royal’s “Holocaust Denial”

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ISRAEL’S EMBASSY in Thailand expressed its disappointment Thursday over statements made by a minor Thai royal denying the holocaust. (ILLUSTRATION: ML Rungguna Kitiyakara; Facebook page photo)

Ambassador Simon Roded expressed “disappointment and regret” over the comment by ML Rungguna Kitiyakara, a descendent of 19th-century King Rama V and a distant cousin of HM Queen Sirikit.

On his Facebook, ML Rungguna praised National Socialist leader Adolf Hitler as a genius and patriot, and said the holocaust was “propaganda”.

Mr. Roded’s statement, written in Thai, said it was “a shame that someone with such opportunity, and education… would perpetuate a myth that history has proven false.” …

ML Rungguna wrote of his appreciation to Hitler on April 20, the German leader’s birthday, He said he believed Hitler made some mistakes but he was a genius and a patriot, so his life was worth studying.

ML Rungguna viewed that Hitler was a statesman who had been destroyed by Jewish bankers and Zionists and been imputed as the bad guy for the holocaust which ML Rungguna claimed did not actually occur. It was propaganda to establish sympathy to expel and kill Palestinians from their homeland so the Jews would have their own state, he wrote.

ML Rungguna, 46, is a son of MR Kiartiguna Kitiyakara and Thailand’s former Miss Universe Apassara Hongsakul. He had become a monk for several years and now is a farmer and activist for energy reform.

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In this facebook image post, ML Rungguna Kitiyakara praised National Socialist leader Adolf Hitler as a genius and patriot, and said the holocaust was “propaganda.”

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Source: Bangkok Post

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2 Comments

  1. Jimmy Smith
    May 18, 2015 at 10:13 pm — Reply

    Even South East Asian people are waking up to the big lie of the Holocaust and of the truth behind Adolf Hitler and World War 2. The Jews cannot stop the truth from being told anymore. However I will say that the Jews seem to have created Facebook for the sole purpose of tracking political statements, especially ones that disagree with their agenda. They use social media to track people’s thoughts and try to ostracize people once they make politically incorrect comments. I believe this will not work for them in the long run because the truth is more powerful then Jewish lies and Jewish persecution.

  2. May 23, 2017 at 7:26 am — Reply

    It is good to see that some of our South East Asian brothers are aware of Hitler’s brilliance and the danger of the Jews.

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