The internationally renowned historian Deborah Lipstadt, whose courtroom battle with Holocaust denier David Irving is the subject of the new film Denial, has accused President Donald Trump’s “innermost circle” of being guilty of “soft Holocaust denial” and the “de-Judaization” of the Nazi genocide.
I can't wait to see that cinematic turd. *Stirring music plays* "The truth is no defense!" *Courtroom stands as one, cheering and applauding* I think I'd rather watch the magic NASA negresses, if forced to chose.
Lipstadt – a leading expert on the Nazi effort to wipe out Europe’s Jews – took aim at the Trump administration for its failure last Friday to mention Jews as the primary victims of the Holocaust.
My spellcheck doesn't think Holodomor is a word, the Armenian massacre is the answer to a trivia question, Mao killed 75 million in the Chinese ant farm, but what we really need to focus on is making sure the traveling merchant is always at the center of our self-negating penance for an imaginary crime.
“Holocaust denial is alive and well in the highest offices of the United States,” wrote Lipstadt. “It is being spread by those in President Trump’s innermost circle. It may have all started as a mistake by a new administration that is loath to admit it’s wrong.
Now the wailing can begin. It's wrong to say that World War 2 was a total and complete disaster for all of Europe. When you do this, you're making the unclean meat equal to The Light of the World, and this is one of the few sins that remain in our degenerate and dying nations.
I'm alive so that proves I was
thrown in a fire pit gassed and made into soap six times.
Lipstadt’s intervention came in amid an escalating row over the White House’s statement on Holocaust Memorial Day. On Monday, Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, accused the media of a “pathetic” attempt to whip up controversy.
I'm still not tired of winning.
The historian said she had learned of the White House statement while in Amsterdam for a screening of Denial, starring Rachel Weisz as the historian and Timothy Spall as Irving, and had just passed the house where Anne Frank had hidden when her phone started buzzing with messages of the news.
Thanks to poor sentence construction I thought it was Anne Frank's cell phone going off until I read it again. I mean, why not? See already had a magical pen.
Lipstadt wrote: “Though no fan of Trump, I chalked it up as a rookie mistake by a new administration busy issuing a slew of executive orders. Someone had screwed up … A clarification would certainly soon follow. I was wrong.”
I assumed Trump was a jew-puppet like most Western leaders and would bend the knee to cultural marxism and international banking. I was wrong.
“Hardcore denial is the kind of thing I encountered in the courtroom. In an outright and forceful fashion, Irving denied the facts of the Holocaust.”
I'm very proud of the fact that I don't airbrush or blur out the truth about the holohoax.
“Millions of other innocent civilians were persecuted and murdered by the Nazis, but the elimination of Jews was central to Nazi policy,” the statement read, adding that “an accurate understanding of this history is critical if we are to learn its lessons and honour its victims”.
Six zillion up the chimney! My entire family made into a living room set! I was gassed six times! Electric belts and skull-crushing machines! Throwing babies into fire pits! Blood geysers! Smoke that was color-coded by national origin! This is "accurate history."
Tweeting a link to the statement, the museum included a quote from the writer and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel: “Not all victims were Jews, but all Jews were victims.”
Professional liar (fire pits!) and current resident of a real fire pit, in hell, offers this bizarre and insulting statement prior to becoming a demon's special plaything.
The White House statement was criticised at the time by Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League, who tweeted on Friday: “@Whitehouse statement on #HolocaustMemorialDay, misses that it was six million Jews who perished, not just ‘innocent people’”.
No sensible person would include the jew in the category of "innocent people."
“To suggest that remembering the Holocaust and acknowledging all of the people – Jewish, gypsies, priests, disabled, gays and lesbians – is frankly pathetic that people are picking on a statement.”
Don't forget the sodomites! Not all victims had damaged rectums, but all people with damaged rectums were victims.