From political analyst Hosein Rouyvaran on the
Islamo-Fascist Iranian News Channel via Memri:
The number of Jews in the world (before World War II) was about 13 million. After World War II, the number of Jews in the world was over 12 million. The killing of six million Jews in the crematoria is a myth, not a fact, as proven by geography.
…There’s another matter. In the discussion of the Holocaust the issue of four detention facilities is raised: Auschwitz, Struthof, Mauthausen and Majdanek. Some were in Germany, and some in Poland. There are many issues worthy of discussion: For hygienic reasons, they used to burn the bodies of those who died of typhus or contagious diseases. This means the crematoria were used for hygienic, not political, purposes, and even this was not systematically. That’s one thing. The crematoria… The gas chambers were for disinfecting the clothes and the possessions of the prisoners. This too was done for hygienic reasons. In any case, the many researchers who studied this issue said that of the several millions who died in the detention facilities, only 150,000 to 250,000 were Jews. This is a perfectly reasonable figure out of the total number of victims. There is no need to focus on this issue, to discuss it separately, or to present inflated estimates.
Holocaust denial is a conspiracy theory on steroids.
Of course, the Jews say there was a Holocaust and there are still even a few survivors of the camps who can tell you what went on there. Also, it wasn’t just Jews who saw the camps. Countless numbers of American soldiers arrived on the scene and saw what had been going on there. Furthermore, the Germans themselves admit that it happened. There are numerous Holocaust museums — some of which are even in Germany. Heck, you can even see the pictures.
Yet, you still have these people denying that the Holocaust ever occurred. That’s strange, isn’t it? Especially since most of the people who deny there was a Holocaust tend to be Nazis, white power fanatics, Islamo-Fascists, etc., exactly the sort of people who’d be first in line to get a job if the death camps ever reopened.
Could it be that these people feel compelled to deny that the Holocaust ever occurred because their hate for Jews is so strong, so irrationally powerful, that they are simply incapable of believing a fact that presents Jews in a more sympathetic light and justifies some of their actions?
It’s interesting to ponder, but whatever the case may be, Jews should be particularly wary of these kooks and when one of them is actually running a large country in their immediate proximity, like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Iran, then Israel should get the benefit of the doubt if they feel they need to take military action to protect their country from harm.