– Monday Is Holocaust Remembrance Day! Get the Real Facts About the Great Hoax at Jan27.org

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ON MONDAY, JANUARY 27, THE MEDIA WILL ONCE AGAIN play up the United Nations-created “International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust”, commonly known as Holocaust Remembrance Day. This will be only the 15th anniversary of this commemoration, but the 75th anniversary of what it specifically commemorates – the day the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp was “liberated” by the Soviet Red Army.

I heartily encourage you to go to jan27.org beginning on Thursday the 23rd to see the new articles presented there “in Honor of the Revisionists Who Introduced Sanity to the Auschwitz ‘Death Camp’ Narrative.” Support Revisionism! There are innumerable reasons why it is in your own interests to do so. For example:

Three years ago, in May 2017, I put up a very important post, as it turned out, warning about the IHRA – the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance – and explained why it was dangerous. It would be well to re-read the whole post at this time [and also here and here]. What follows is the part about the IHRA that appeared at the end:

IHRA working definition of antisemitism being pushed

Then there’s the latest new definition of antisemitism that is being pushed on everyone.– this one put out by an organization called the ‘International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.’ This is a globalist group that started up in Sweden (ostensibly) in 1998, for the purpose of “expanding Holocaust education worldwide.” This is their non-legally binding working definition of antisemitism:

“Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical and physical manifestations of antisemitism are directed toward Jewish or non-Jewish individuals and/or their property, toward Jewish community institutions and religious facilities.”

Does this clarify anything? No, it does not. What is it’s purpose? I don’t know but it is currently being pushed in the UK with the help of the  Board of Deputies of British Jews. It goes on to explain:

Manifestations might include the targeting of the state of Israel, conceived as a Jewish collectivity. However, criticism of Israel similar to that leveled against any other country cannot be regarded as antisemitic. Antisemitism frequently charges Jews with conspiring to harm humanity, and it is often used to blame Jews for “why things go wrong.” It is expressed in speech, writing, visual forms and action, and employs sinister stereotypes and negative character traits.

Further specific definitions include:

Antisemitic discrimination is the denial to Jews of opportunities or services available to others and is illegal in many countries.

Just this month, the Slovenian delegation to the IHRA issued a public statement condemning an incident of Holocaust denial — in late April  Bernard Brščič  “denied the Holocaust” in a TV interview. Oh, horrors. The delegations are generally made up of Jews and this is the kind of reporting they do.

When organizations resist

Most recently, the University and College Union (UCU) decided at its annual congress to spurn the  International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of antisemitism as “retrograde,” “deeply disappointing” and “disgraceful.”

The UCU motion stated that the “[IHRA] definition conflates anti-semitism with criticism of the state of Israel and has been used to intimidate academics who are engaged in activities that are critical of the policies of the Israeli government but that are not anti-semitic.”

Another criticism was that the definition encourages the banning of speakers who are opposed to the policies of the state of Israel but who have not in any way expressed racism against Jewish people.”

In 2011, the UCU also rejected the definition of antisemitism proposed by the European Union Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia, which, like the IHRA, considers forms of anti-Zionism to be antisemitic.

So the Jews keep trying to get everyone to sign on to a universal agreement on antisemitism that can be used as the basis for uniform laws under which offenders can be prosecuted. It’s all about their enforcement powers. And the fact is, they keep gaining ground, little by little, in spite of the clearly anti-democratic nature of what they’re doing. The way to stop them is to bring down the hoax of the holocaust because it, and it alone, is the basis for all their claims against European society. (May, 2017)

“The fact is, they keep gaining ground, little by little.” !! That’s one of the secrets to Jewish success. Beginning in 1998 with only a few states signing on, twenty-two years later the IHRC boasts 34 countries whose governments, without a vote of their people, have adopted the IHRC definition of antisemitism and committed them to enforcing laws against it. Above is a photo of the current representatives, over 40 faces—all white faces. Do you see any brown or black faces there? No, the IHRC only goes after Europeans because they use guilt over ‘Nazi’ concentration camps to pull us into their scheme.

This news release is disseminated by the AIJAC (Australia Israel & Jewish Affairs Council) which, like all Jewish organizations, pushes the IHRC in every way it can. It boasts that the 34 national representatives pledged “to the victims and survivors that they shall never be forgotten and that their legacy will be kept alive”.

Representatives also promised to promote Holocaust education, safeguard the historical record of the Holocaust and continue efforts to hold significant Holocaust commemorations.

The conference acknowledged “the ongoing battle against global antisemitism [is] from the left and the right.” The delegates signed on to an “acceptance of responsibility as governments to continue working together to counter Holocaust denial and distortion, antisemitism, and all forms of racism and discrimination that undermine fundamental democratic principles”. In true trickster fashion, holocaust denial, and what they call distortion, is conflated with racism and anti-democracy.

It removes the right of scholars and other researchers to openly study the basis on which the Holocaust was formed! To even question their enforced version of historical events is viewed as anti-democratic, and pure ‘hate’.  However, it is the IHRA that demonstrates tyrannical authoritarism and anti-democracy in plain sight. Everyone can see that, if they are given the chance to see it. Giving you that chance is the purpose of the work at Jan27.org.

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