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Norman Finkelstein: The Holocaust Industry! Jews Against Holocaust Lies!

  • The Holocaust as presented in the western MSM and Hollywood is largely an exaggeration. Of course, Jews were persecuted and killed during the Nazi era. But the greatest amount of people killed (and many by Jews) in the 20th century were Christians (even during WW2)! The Holocaust is used to make money, to implant false guilt on the west, to garner sympathy via falsehood for the Zionist cause, to deflect criticism of Zionist Israel’s genocide and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians …. etc. It is largely a SCAM !

    The Holocaust Industry! 
    by Norman Finkelstein, 
    Ten years ago this past month my book The Holocaust Industry was published. It evoked outrage from the Jewish-Holocaust-Israel establishment and marked the beginning of the end of my academic career. I lost my job at Hunter College right after its publication and Depaul University cited it as grounds for denying me tenure in 2007.

    Much of the outrage was directed at the chapter entitled The Double Shakedown, in which I documented the Holocaust industry’s blackmail of European governments in the name of “needy Holocaust victims” and then the shakedown of Holocaust victims by the Jewish organizations that pocketed the “Holocaust compensation” monies. Although controversial then, it has now become a commonplace how corrupt this racket was. Nearly all the principals in the Holocaust shakedown racket — Rabbi Israel Singer, Alan Hevesi, Burt Neuborne, Neal Sher, Melyvn Weiss, Edward Fagan, Avraham Herschson — have been exposed as crooks.

    A central role in this racket has been played by the Claims’ Conference. I post below a recent chapter in the sordid saga. I would enter one caveat however: the biggest crooks are not those who embezzled money from the Crooks’ Conference but those who run it, …
  • For Dr. Finkelstein’s The Holocaust Industry book in pdf format click here!


March 5, 2012 - Posted by | History, Social Trends | , , ,

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