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Liberals, leftists, and functionaries of the "Holocaust Industrial Complex" were up in arms recently, after it was revealed that a historical exhibition focused on the Third Reich had become a big hit with visitors in Indonesia. 

Instead of shuffling through ashen-faced, burdened with the "enormity of evil" of what they had encountered, visitors instead were treating it as a fun day out, dressing up in German military uniforms and taking selfies with a lifelike waxework figure of Hitler.

The exhibition, held at the infotainment-style De Mata Museum in the city of Yogyakarta, sent shock waves around the globe, with the Los Angeles-based Simon Wiesenthal Center, Human Rights Watch, and other well-funded NPOs with nothing to do, interrupting their slumber to signal how shocked they were

Although no-one has yet called it "a second shoah," Human Rights Watch called the exhibit "sickening," while the Simon Wiesenthal Center demanded its immediate removal.
"Everything about it is wrong. It’s hard to find words for how contemptible it is," said Rabbi Abraham Cooper, an associate dean of the center. "The background is disgusting. It mocks the victims who went in and never came out."
The Hitler waxwork is placed next to a statue of Darth Vader and in front of a mock-up of the gates of Auschwitz with the well-known slogan "Arbeit macht frei" — "Work sets you free."

The real problem for oversensitive Holocaust worshippers is that the vast majority of the World sees Hitler as just another guy, and not some supreme embodiment of evil, as he is routinely presented by the Holocaust cult in the West. 

It is believed in the Alt-Right that Hitler is presented this way in order to promote European unification and mass immigration, Jewish colonisation of Palestine, and American overseas military involvement in the Middle East and other regions. 

Orientals meanwhile have a different way of looking at things. For reference, look at this wall display at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Cambodia. 

You could definitely spin this as way more "tasteless" if you wanted -- actual skulls of victims pinned to the wall to make a cheerful map of Cambodia! But clealry it is no biggie! By comparison with this, the display in Indonesia is in the finest taste. Yet strangely Western NPOs have nothing to say about the Cambodian Museum. Hmmm...some people might start to think that's just a little bit strange.

Perhaps devotees of the Holocaust cult should just let each people get on with remembering and teaching history in their own way, without trying to micro-manage the rest of the World.


Robert What? said...

The Holocaust narrative is how Jews have able to dominate guilt ridden Whites for the last sixty years. It has become very valuable to them and they don't want it to lose its power over the Goyim.

Xbowjoe said...

Asians give zero fucks about jews.


Robert What? said...

You are probably right, but apparently even the Indonesians have folded under the Holocaust Bohemoth.

Anton Moric said...

The sad part is, organized Jewry itself was as responsible for the Final Solution as anyone else. First there are the tens of millions of European Christians murdered by Ashkenazi Bolsheviks Genrikh Yagoda and Beria Laventiya in Russia and Ukraine in the 1930's. Along with thousands of ethnic Germans and Hungarians murdered by Ashkenazi Bela Kuhn and his ilk in Poland and pre-NS Germany. Then there is the rather unreported fact that the World Jewish Congress openly declared war on Germany in 1933, promising war, death and destruction and immediately putting a boycott on German goods. When the Allies started to mass murder German civilians via saturation bombing of cities, Hitler told them that if the terror bombings of German civilians didn't cease, that he would hold the people who started the war accountable. The Allies didn't stop the "dull slaughter in the cities" as Churchill called it, and Hitler made good on his threat to avenge German civilian deaths by the Final Solution. Not that I agree with it - two wrongs don't make a right. But a second wrong, only enacted in reaction to an initial wrong, doesn't somehow erase the responsibility for that initial wrong.

Colin Liddell said...

So many factual errors! Probably you need to read this:

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