Monday, January 22, 2007

US Drafts UN Resolution

UNITED NATIONS Jan 2007 (AP)— The United States has drafted a U.N. resolution condemning the denial of the Holocaust, a spokesman said Monday, a month after Iran provoked widespread anger by holding a conference casting doubt on the Nazi genocide of Jews during World War II.

--- Whether he wrote DOWN WITH BIG BROTHER, or whether he refrained from writing it, made no difference ... The Thought Police would get him just the same. He had committed -- would still have committed, even if he had never set pen to paper -- the essential crime that contained all others in itself. Thoughtcrime, they called it.


Anonymous said...

This resolution is beyond absurd, calling to mind the biblical log-in-one's-own-eye. America’s obsession with Hitler lore was a clever ruse taken to such extremes that mainstream America is better versed in German WWII history (as written) than its own. Americans know Auschwitz but not Tule Lake. Jimmy Carter commissioned a “report on the state of Holocaust remembrance and education in the United States”, and Congress established a Holocaust museum in DC in 1980, while Native American and Black “Holocaust remembrance and education” remain uncommissioned. (Bush II’s African-American “History & Culture” Museum seems like a celebrity stunt and at the rate he’s going, probably the only satisfactory legacy of his presidency; however it pales in comparison to James Cameron's establishment.)

Kate-A said...

The endless constant stream of media focus on Hitler/Jewish history over the last 4 decades sparked my interest in who are they trying to convince?

No other peoples or nation's history has had such a steady nightly drum beat, especially on Joe 6Pak's television, as that of WWII Jews.

Sometimes a "commissioned" report is opposite of stated reason, i.e. checking on indoctrination rather than education, molding minds versus remembrance.

Native American and Black history was never burned into the American conscious as the "Jewish Holocaust".

Winners write history.

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