Report: Dresden bombing deaths overestimated
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Quote: And black "leaders" today use slavery as a political too in the same way that Jewish "leaders" use the Holocaust.

So? That doesn't excuse what actually happened.
 

Nobody's trying to excuse what actually happened.  We're (1) disputing what actually happened and (2) trying to defend ourselves from those politically-connected "leaders" who exploit what happened (or didn't happen) to shake us down in their quest for pelf and power.  
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Aviano Wrote:Okay, so what does this proveHuh?

If we found out that fewer were killed at Hiroshima or Nagasaki than was previously reported, would that make everything okay? Any less horrific?

Is this in some way supposed to support Bishop Williamson's obnoxious comments about the Jews/gas chambers/Holocaust?

I've been to Dachau. It's evil and depressing. If Jews weren't killed by gas chambers, they were still killed. In deliberate and horrible ways.

That's the whole point.  The Japanese in Hiroshima and Nagasaki were killed in deliberate and horrible ways.  So were the Germans, in Hamburg, Cologne, Dresden and elsewhere.  So were the Ukrainians, Russians, French and Italians.  So were other nationalities. 

The court historians are the ones justifying the evil and depressing slaughter of civilians.  The revisionists refuse to justify the killing of Allied or Axis civilians.  Nevertheless, every American schoolchild learns the Allied powers' wholesale killing of Axis civilians was justified.  Why was it justified?  Because Hitler was trying to kill the Jews en masse.  The fact he used gas chambers proves it.   

But the allegation Hitler tried to exterminate the Jews does not justify the firebombing of Germany or the nuclear bombing of Japan.  Not only that, but it's not that clear that he had gas chambers.  It's not that clear that he killed six million Jews.  The most we can say with any certitude is that he killed a lot of Jews, confiscated their property and forcibly expelled them from Germany. 

Yes, expulsion and ethnic cleansing are evil enough.  Nobody's defending it.  But it's not as if the Zionist project hasn't adopted similar tactics against the indigenous people of Palestine.  It's not as if Palestinian property has not been confiscated or the people expelled from their ancestral homeland.   

Of course, the Zionists and their apologists claim the Zionists were justified in their ethnic cleansing of Palestine.  Why were they justified?  Because Hitler tried to exterminate them.  And on and on it goes.      


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winoblue1 Wrote:The NeoNazis should demand an apology for Dresden-Denial.

lol good one
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#14
There are alot more bishops who have said worse things then the Right Honerable, and Reverent Holy Bishop Williamson, so get off his arse and go hassle the real enemies of our faith.
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#15
So we're into "Dresden-denial" now. Isn't this punishable by law in Germany?
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#16
No, people can even claim that one million German POWs starved after May and June 1945 by the Allies were "collateral damage" and that they numbered "only 10,000 at most". Only two 0's in difference, not?
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HMiS Wrote:No, people can even claim that one million German POWs starved after May and June 1945 by the Allies were "collateral damage" and that they numbered "only 10,000 at most". Only two 0's in difference, not?

Poor Germans, I wouldn't like to be in their skin.
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