October 11, 2012

I Added A Disclaimer To "Madman Hitler In 1945: The Holocaust Is A Conspiracy Theory "

After receiving an email from a German reader asking for the source of my Hitler quote in the article, "Madman Hitler In 1945: The Holocaust Is A Conspiracy Theory," I realized that I should have been more clear about the purpose and nature of the article. It was stupid of me to be vague when writing about sensitive matters. And nothing is more sensitive than history. The legacy of the Holocaust is still with us, mainly because the terrorist leaders of Israel and the Zionist project are cynically using the memory of that catastrophe to create international sympathy for their aggressive stance against the Palestinians, Iran, and the Muslim world.

Disclaimer: The Hitler quote below is not real. It is fictional. The aim of this article is to show how totalitarian governments use terms like "conspiracy theory" to erase their crimes from the historical record and delegitimize their critics in the press. If the U.S. and Israeli governments committed a holocaust in our age they would silence the whistleblowers and truth-tellers by calling them conspiracy theorists. They have already begun doing this. 9/11 proved that U.S. and Israeli leaders are mass murderers who possess a global propaganda machine that dwarfs what the Nazi regime had.