Muh Holohoax: More Should Be Done
YOU’VE PROBABLY NEVER heard of the Holocaust. The humble religious Jew possesses neither power nor wealth and has little, if any, voice. Few remember the precious six million murdered by evil White “Nazis” in homicidal gas chambers, fire pits, electrocution belts, skull smashing machines operated by pedals and the like. This is the forgotten genocide, the silent scream of the disastrous Jewish century, the most obscure historical event that needs to be dragged into the light by heroic merchants. Fortunately, this process is slowly being achieved by the poor and downtrodden Light of the World finding a small platform in film, for example. This success in gentile-controlled Hollywood is heartening, but much more needs to be done, so much more. My entire family up a chimney and made into a living room set, the special and unique sufferink.
The Tribeca Film Festival’s 25th anniversary reunion of Steven Spielberg with his Schindler’s List stars Liam Neeson, Ben Kingsley, Embeth Davidtz and Caroline Goodall was surprisingly devoid of discussion about the Holocaust film’s current political relevance, particularly amid the increased prominence of neo-Nazis and other white supremacists and events like last summer’s deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville.
Oy vey, the deadly “Nazi” rally. It’s happening all over again, it’s over for us. Next up, the cattle cars and selections. The “White supremacists” are coming (Jews are g*d’s chosen people, you’re cattle). Meanwhile, back in reality, the two-legged rat and its meat puppets gather to celebrate a successful poisoning of the cultural well.
But the acclaimed director did say that he felt more should be done to educate young people about the Holocaust.
I agree. Every child should hear the outrageous Jewish lies about submarine engines, color-coded smoke pouring out of crematoria, gas ovens, blood fountains, killer falcons, the globalist who was unsuccessfully gassed six times and all the rest. They’ll learn to never trust the poisonous mushroom and its insane lies. “You need more immigration and spiritual sickness” is just as honest as the kosher whoppers about homicidal gas ovens, young person.
In response to a question about a recent survey that found a lack of knowledge about the Holocaust among millennials, Spielberg said, “It’s not a pre-requisite to graduate high school, as it should be.
If you can’t parrot Soviet war propaganda you shouldn’t graduate. Barkevious can’t read or do basic math, Pedro speaks no English and can’t use a toilet correctly and Johnny got attacked by the brown horde for being White. None of this matters. We need to preach the Semitic myths to the unclean meat.
It should be part of the social science, social studies curriculum in every public high school in this country.”
Today we’re going to be learning about how innocent poisonous mushrooms were murdered by highly dubious methods during Europe’s Second Jewish Century Suicide Attempt. And tomorrow. And tomorrow. To make room, we’re not going to learn about muh Constitution. Also, tomorrow is the planned spontaneous walk-out in memory of 19 years since Columbine. Please report to the designated protest area where you’ll be given signs and marching orders from your teachers. If you do not participate in this brave rebellion against the system you will be suspended or expelled.
He clarified that he wasn’t saying his movie should be taught in schools necessarily, but said, “these stories that Holocaust survivors have the courage to tell” should be on the curriculum.
Sure, I’d like to wring a few more shekels from my sick fantasy, but there’s plenty of other grifters from my tribe who want a piece of the action, too.
Reflecting on the experience, 25 years ago, of making the film about “the banality of the deepest evil,” Spielberg said, “It feels like five years ago.”
Complete control of the media and banks. Politicians bought and paid for. Endless promotion of pathetic vices, weakness and cowardice. Lust for money. A dream of thousands of brown slaves, as promised by the Talmud. The banality of evil.
Spielberg and the stars watched the film, along with a packed audience at New York’s Beacon Theatre, before the post-screening discussion moderated by The New York Times‘ Janet Maslin.
“Can you believe we tricked the dumb shkotzim into believing this drek? We can get away with anything.”
The director said this scene came about from his own insecurity, three-quarters of the way through filming, that people wouldn’t believe the film was based on true events.
I figured even the dumbest goyim would start questioning this drivel, but it’s amazing what you can get away with when you have complete control of the institutions.
On a far more serious note, both Spielberg and Neeson recalled the traumatic experience of filming the scenes at concentration camps.
They made them shower before going in the pool and the freezer access was restricted to designated times?
Neeson said, “It hit me, big f***ing time.” The actor then recalled that he was so thrown his knees were shaking as he did his scene and he couldn’t get his lines right.
A particular set of skills acquired over a long career of serving as the Jews’ slave in every way possible. Skills that make me a nightmare for a healthy White nation.
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Source: Modern Heretic