Discussion in 'World Events' started by madanthonywayne, Dec 12, 2006.
Your ignorance scares me.
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he's just trolling
as for Ahmedifruitcake, the worst thing about this individual is that he is dishonest.
the intent is not to "expose" anything - he knows it won't work, because there's enough evidence to prove the holocaust happened a million times over. he is trying to achieve 2 things with his hate and dishonesty:
1 - to show the West that "naa naa naaa naa naa! you can't do shit to me"
2 - to hurt the decendants of delusional liars. he knows that this will bear no political fruit for him internationally... it'll only isolate Iran. and he's smart enough to know that. the intention here is to bring anguish and pain to Jews around the world. he's succeeding
i think the mere debate about this is sick. the evidence is overwhelming, and anybody that is honest about wanting to learn about the holocaust has plenty of materials to choose from
I believe it happened, but I've never really questioned it before.
It's one of those things the tv, books and teachers have told me over and over, and I accept it as fact.
Imagine it didn't happen and the truth came out. How fucked up would that be?
I still believe it did happen, though, so, you know..
why is this guy so instane.. could u imagine a debate with him and bush.. an imbecil and a phyco
I think we are worn thin by the constant replay of the same story. They seem to hold eclusive rights to the theme despite the fact that many other ethnic groups have suffered the same.
I think it is good to question history and the motives of those who present it. Either way, I feel that the word "holocaust" is too specific. It should be replaced with a word that is more global. <a href = "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genocide">"Genocide"</a> might work best.
No, we are worn thin by neo-nazi islamofascists holding seminars to spread their hate. You might just as well argue the earth is flat as argue there was no holocaust.
URI and I agree on a point so far. Many times the far left and far right click on certain issues. Israel is certainly one of them.
.> deliberate extermination
just one question
Why were the victims asked to leave in the first place?
or Do you think the German people were joking?
and if it was a deliberate effort at genocide, then the German people took a long time to make up their minds. Too long too be considered premeditated.
Get real and lay down your fascism.
People who seem different are always targeted. It wasn't just Jews who were targeted, it was also gypsies and homosexuals.
From what I have read, Hitler and his eugenic scientists were obsessed with the creation of a perfect society. They wanted to remove everything that they considered a hindrance to its establishment. The Jews were targeted because they were different, a concept emphasised by creating the "Aryan" race model.
The fact that it happened cannot be denied by any number of people, because the evidence is out there. I think instead of criticising the Iranian people, the Jews should provide them with the evidence and with testimonies of Holocaust survivors. Like Gandhi said, even if you are minority of one, the truth is still the truth.
They looked at the Jew as being a cancer on German society, attributing the root-cause of all social ills to them. Nationalism was probably the spark that ignited the fire. They were searching for the devil.
I offer a <a href = "http://www.hitler.org/">LINK</a> on the subject. It's not pretty but does offer insight into what they were thinking.
That evidence and testimonies has been in the public record for some gazillion fuckin' years now ...what the fuck more could the I-fuckin'-ranians want??
Well, the little weak, wrinkled up old fart missed that one, didn't he! (If you need a thorough discussion about "truth", you should go to the Philo-fuckin'-losophy section.)
And what was the excuse for the extermination of the gypsies, homosexuals, etc.?
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I would assume that it was for the same reason--though I doubt that the people, if truly aware, would have supported it.
You think that, when you show them the evidence, the readily available evidence, they're going to say, "Oh, well how about that, I guess we were wrong about that one. Long Live Israel!!!""
No amount of evidence will convince them. That Jews are evil is accepted as a matter of faith to Aslimajad and his ilk.
Eerie how much it echoes modern day proponents of eugenics.
Don't need to go too far:
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