Introduction – Sept 16, 2020
It seems that Schindler’s List and countless movies and TV dramas about Jewish suffering during WWII have failed.
Younger Americans don’t seem entirely convinced by Hollywood’s attempts to persuade them about the primacy of Jewish torment.
Of course that is not to say that the Nazis didn’t kill hundreds of thousands and maybe even millions of Jews. It just didn’t happen the way the Holocaust Industry would have us believe.
This will undoubtedly dishearten many hardcore Zionist but they have only themselves to blame. They have been so relentless in portraying their version of events, even criminalizing and imprisoning those who dare question their version of history, that they may have to rethink their strategy.
And if they do and they embark on renewed efforts to convince us that six million Jews really did die in gas chambers they may find their arguments fall on deaf ears. Indeed they may encounter cynicism and even outright hostility.
For many younger people the Holocaust is already ancient history; a distant episode that is fading in comparison to subsequent Holocausts in Cambodia, in Rwanda, in northern Iraq and in contrast to the ongoing slaughter in Palestine. Ed.
First-Ever 50-State Survey on Holocaust Knowledge of American Millennials and Gen Z Reveals Shocking Results
Disturbing Findings Reveal Significant Number Of Millennials and Gen Z Can’t Name A Single Concentration Camp Or Ghetto, Believe That Two Million Or Fewer Jews Were Killed And A Concerning Percentage Believe That Jews Caused The Holocaust
Claims Conference – Sept 16, 2020
Gideon Taylor, President of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference), today announced the release of the U.S. Millennial Holocaust Knowledge and Awareness Survey, the first-ever 50-state survey on Holocaust knowledge among Millennials and Gen Z. The surprising state-by-state results highlight a worrying lack of basic Holocaust knowledge, a growing problem as fewer and fewer Holocaust survivors – eyewitnesses to a state-sponsored genocide – are alive to share the lessons of the Holocaust.
Nationally, there is a clear lack of awareness of key historical facts; 63 percent of all national survey respondents do not know that six million Jews were murdered and 36 percent thought that “two million or fewer Jews” were killed during the Holocaust. Additionally, although there were more than 40,000 camps and ghettos in Europe during the Holocaust, 48 percent of national survey respondents cannot name a single one.