New holohoax forum of sorts in Quora. Is it legit? Sept 15, 2022 21:59:08 GMT
Post by Alonso on Sept 15, 2022 21:59:08 GMT
I just stumbled upon a forum of sorts (I think they call it "space") about the holohoax in Quora, which I found most surprising. It can be found here:
Quora is a mainstream website, currently it's #60 of the most visited websites in the world, so one would expect it to have a strict policy of censorship of anything related to the holohoax. As you would expect from any mainstream website, Quora has the standard censorship policy (no "holocaust denying" allowed). Indeed, it was thanks to Quora that I learned first hand about the holohoax censorship a few years back, when I first started to get suspicious about the whole thing and I started to ask questions. Which makes me wonder if this forum (or space, or whatever is called) is legit.
Interestingly, the forum is run by someone who claims to be a Jew and a descendant of "holocaust survivors". This might be part of the reason this forum is allowed to exist. A casual reading of the contents of the forum suggests they address the right topics: lack of mass graves, contradiction between the holohoax claims and the evolution of the Jewish population of Europe, physical impossibility of the cremations, etc. The admin of the forum claims that nationalsocialists "were the epitome of evil", but that doesn't really bother me. It makes sense to make some concessions to the emotional bullshit in order to be able to stay online on a mainstream platform and keep telling the facts straight.
Still, there's something about this forum that doesn't sit well with me, something feels a bit shady. Maybe it's just my instinct to distrust anything that comes from the mainstream media, I don't know. So what do you think? Is this legit?
EDIT: When I first created this post I forgot to mention the name of the forum I'm talking about. Understandably that led to confusion in the first answers, making others think that I was asking about Quora as a whole, rather than this specific forum inside Quora.