What Will the Consequences of this Earthquake Be?
Michael Walsh – Russia Insider Jan 21, 2020
The question that challenges the shrewdest philosophers and prophets is how the world will respond when the holocaust narrative is no longer considered believable. What happens when the holocaust is regarded as far-fetched as Santa Claus, an illusion as is the fable of Emperor’s New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen.
Contemporary revelations of revisionists, historians and scholars have their equivalence with the heresies of Galileo (1564 – 1642) and heretics like Alexander Solzhenitsyn who dared to question what George Orwell described as ‘the prevailing truth’.
In China, India, the Far East and Middle East, disbelief in the holocaust narrative is commonplace. In Africa and Latin America, the holocaust is a non-story; a sanctuary for those whom media dismiss as ‘holocaust deniers’.
Even in the West, where plebeians have the holocaust constantly rammed down their protesting throats, the holocaust narrative is crumbling.
Today, there are few places where pollsters dare to ask questions relating to the official take on the holocaust. However, we do know that 79% of Poles consider the holocaust to be propaganda. Hungarians are even more sceptical with only 17 percent believing in the holocaust storyline.
The litmus test is the United States where the American peoples have been brainwashed by holocaust propaganda more than any others. Yet today, an impressive one-third of Americans think ‘substantially less’ than six million were murdered. Such loss of credibility simply cannot be recovered.
It was once confided in me that following the end of World War I (1914 – 1918) the British government formally acknowledged that slanders heaped upon troops of Imperial Germany were fictional and was merely propaganda to stir the masses into a war psychosis. The outcome was an unprecedented outpouring of sympathy for the wronged and much-maligned Germans