Post by 𝐎𝐬𝐫𝐚𝐞𝐝 on Oct 24, 2021 17:44:16 GMT
What is the Holocaust
The definition of the Holocaust seems to be as varied as the number of people who are asked that question.
From Wikipedia we get:
It appears from this definition, which is referred to as the "official narrative" uses the term genocide which aligns with systematic murder of about 6 million people, mainly Semites; the perpetrators are the National Socialists (Nazis) of the 3rd Reich (no one else). This precludes the consideration of millions of people that perished as a result of war related conditions such as typhus, other diseases, cold, malnutrition. This precludes the reports that millions died as a result of Soviet interdiction as reported by Nobel Prize winning author Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
The Holocaust, also known as the Shoah, was the genocide of European Jews during World War II. Between 1941 and 1945, Nazi Germany and its collaborators systematically murdered some six million Jews across German-occupied Europe, around two-thirds of Europe's Jewish population.
The above definition is "descriptive" in that a past event is apparently brought to light, with overwhelming evidence. When examined this evidence, while solid from a distance, appears illusory when examined closer; apparent contradictions are glaringly obvious with few hard facts to support the assertion. Like religion much we know about the alleged Holocaust is "faith based".
It is clear from the works of Alexander Solzhenitsyn alone that millions of jews (juden) suffered and died; but these were at the hands of the Soviets, through neglect more than malicious intent. It is clear that hundreds of thousands perished in the icy confines of what is now known as Estonia, living in cardboard huts in arctic conditions. It is also clear that hundreds of thousands of alleged murders did not happen at all but mere rumor, fermenting in time to fact. It is also clear that the typhus deaths, due to the routing of the German forces, infrastructure breakdown have been attributed as deliberate policy in an attempt to murder; this is not true but still held as fact.
Lastly, many German forces were on a shoe string budget, yet forced to cater for the health and well being of a group of people in their custody. They had no resources and little training it would seem. No doubt this resulted in deaths due mainly to situations out of their control; lack of food, medicine, hygiene requirements, clean water and medicine. The housing conditions were abysmal with rampant disease. If these people who died basically of neglect and disease are removed from the Holocaust numbers, then how many are left?
This begs the question of how many Jüdische murders does it take to make a Holocaust; how far down this slippery slope from the stated 6 million does it take before the alleged events become a significant war crime and not a holocaust.