Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Common Effective Holocaust Denial via The New York Times Book Review: July 4, 2007
"In 1648 the peace of Westphalia brought the Thirty Years War to an end. Although the Europeans didn't know it, of course, this devastating conflict would prove to be the last of the Wars of Religion that had been tearing the continent apart since the start of the Reformation in 1517."
The common, effective holocaust denial, triumphed by the opening line of NY Times writer John Steele Gordon's July 4, 2007 review of Tim Blanning's book "The Pursuit of Glory": Europe 1648-1815".

The "last" of such Wars of Religion ending in 1648?!

What, for a start, was the 20th century Holocaust of Europe's Jewish peoples?

What was what criminal apostate Utashe Croatia did to the Serbs?

What was World War 2?

And what about Wlodimir Ledochowski?

Who will write the first book about "Hitler's Black Pope"?

Wlodimir Ledochowski
26th Superior General of the Jesuit Order
February 11, 1915 - December 13, 1942

1 comment:

avles said...

"What, for a start, was the 20th century Holocaust of Europe's Jewish peoples?"

Good question. First, see the pic of Chavez + pope in:

BEWARE of FIDEL CASTRO & HUGO CHAVEZ, [Jesuit Controlled Opposition]

Then you understand well this (create the "Sio-Nazi" label to hide the Jesuit-Vatican-Nazi substance?):


Official antisemitism erupts in Venezuela
February 23, 2007 — budsimmons
Official antisemitism erupts in Venezuela – Karl Pfeifer

Added by David Hirsh on February 22, 2007 11:10:01 AM.

Armed police raided the Jewish elementary and high school at the Jewish Cultural Centre in Caracas on 29 November 2004 implementing a court order that alleged that materials of a criminal nature, such as electronic equipment, arms and explosive devices were concealed in the building.

The swoop started at 6.30 am, when school buses and parents had already started to bringing children to the school, but, after rooting through the building for three hours, the police left having found zilch. The court order, it has since been revealed, had been issued three days earlier but the police waited until Venezuelan president, Hugo Chavez, arrived in Teheran for a state visit to Iran.

That was two years ago, but things have only got worse in the intervening period. Indeed, since election of the left-wing populist Chavez in 1998, Venezuela has witnessed a proliferation of virulently anti-Israel and anti-Zionist propaganda, frequently entwined with nakedly anti-Jewish slogans.



The link of this article was found in Aftermath news: