River’s “antisemitic” joke involved a dress worn by German supermodel Heidi Klum during Monday’s Oscars episode of her show, saying: “The last time a German looked this hot was when they were pushing Jews into the ovens“. The joke made Israel lobbyist Abraham Foxman jump on his seat. He slammed Joan River with a statement, saying: “Of all people, Joan Rivers should know better. This remark is so vulgar and offensive to Jews and Holocaust survivors, and indeed to all Americans, that we cannot believe it made it to the airwaves“. So the Guru is telling us that all 300 million Americans are Jewish!
After learning that Joan River is no Hillary Clinton, Abe Foxman, wrote a letter to Suzanne Kolb, President of E! Entertainment Television, urging the network to prevail upon Ms. Rivers to issue a formal apology, and to remove the segment from future broadcast. A similar request made by Abe Foxman in the past, have resulted in River’s telling Foxman’s organization ADL to, “shut the f-ck up”.
In 2011, French Jewish historian, Dr. Roger Dommergue Polacco de Menasce, issued an open letter to Hollywood’s top Jewish producer, Steven Spielberg, saying: “No Sir, you will not find ONE witness who saw 6 millions Jews slaughtered. You will not find ONE witness of Zyclon- B- gas chambers to exterminate 1000 or 2000 people at a time, close to the crematoria. See my ‘Shoa Sherlockholmised’ herewith: it is the summary of 20 years study on the subject. The ‘6-million-gas-chambers myth ‘is an arithmetic and technical nonsense“.
German comedian Oliver Polak is not ashamed to tell his audience on stage that he doesn’t believe in Zionist narrative of the Holocaust; ‘Six Million Died’. Polaks, known as ”the only German Jew comedian“ has been criticized by Israel lobby groups for making fun of the new Jewish religion. Polak response has always been: “I’m allowed to do that. I’m a Jew“. Sometime, Polak even has made fun of the Central Council of Jews in Germany, whose leaders have slammed Polak’s Gentile audience more than the comedian for laughing at his anti-Holocaust jokes instead of showing their guilt for what their Nazi ancestors had done to the European Jews.
Recently, Israeli TV program “Eretz Nehederet” aka “A Wonderful Country” portrayed a group of Israeli high-school students on a visit to a Nazi ‘death camp’ in Poland. They made funny remarks about the Holocaust narrative. The skit amused many but also offended some who asked: “How dare a humor and satire program poke fun at the Holocaust and its symbols?
Dr. Hajo Meyer, an Auschwitz camp survivor, in 2010, claimed that Israeli Jews are carrying out Palestinian Holocaust. Dr. Norman Finkelstein quoted his mother making a similar statement in his book, ‘The Holocaust Industry’.
American Jewish writer and blogger, Roger Tucker, refuses to accept the “six million” numbers and the existence of gas chambers. He says the myth was created by Zionists for the survival of Israel. “The subject is important because there would be no Israel if it weren’t for the general acceptance of the official holocaust narrative. If historians are able to cast sufficient doubt on these elements of this story then whatever justification there has been for the existence of this bizarre “state” will disappear – and good riddance,” wrote Tucker.
Let us not forget British Jewish writer and blogger, Paul Eisen, who is not ashamed to claim that he doesn’t believe in Holocaust.