The Forgotten People

Is The Holocaust about to happen again?

I wrote yesterday that America not only stood still during The Holocaust, but intentionally assisted in furthering The Holocaust by turning away those who sought refuge in the US. This fact has brought eternal shame on America and, I believe, eternal judgment.

Now that we are on the doorstep of yet another Holocaust, we find that America is yet again furthering the designs of a new set of perpetrators. Whether it is assisting the Arabs in their attempt to massacre the Jews, or in resisting attempts to stop the genocidal regime in Iran, the US is helping give birth to a new Holocaust.

Don’t you think that it’s time that we did something about that?

Will you stand for the Jewish people in their hour of need?

Or, will you be numbered among those who did nothing.

Choose.


Is the Holocaust about to happen again?
Today’s events seem to parallel horrific era of Nazi Germany
2012-04-18 by Bob Unruh, WND

History books recount how 6 million Jews, or more, died in Adolf Hitler’s final solution, but that was in another generation and nothing ever would happen like today, many believe.

After all, the atrocities are well-documented, after Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, later to be president, ordered an extensive video and still photography record of the horrors uncovered by American troops who liberated the death camps in Germany.

Eisenhower explained his instructions as news media and military combat camera units recorded the scenes, saying “I made the visit deliberately, in order to be in a position to give first-hand evidence of these things if ever, in the future, there develops a tendency to charge these allegations merely to ‘propaganda.’”

But according to the Washington Post, sports fans in the United Kingdom even now can purchase scarves and stickers saying “Jews forbidden.”

And a Nobel Prize-winning German poet recently publicly blamed Israel for endangering an “already fragile world peace.”

In France, a recent massacre by a gunman targeted Jews, and at Rutgers, an “April Fools” edition of an editorial “praised Adolf Hitler.”

Read the rest of the article here.