Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Is it wrong not to feel sad about the Holocaust?
Today was Holocaust Remembrance Day. And while I am opposed to any mass killing, I am not sure why we are supposed to feel guilt or sorrow for people who lived before we were born. Do the same people who lament the Holocaust demand that we also remember the Holodmor? And why do we forget the 40 million killed by Genghis Khan?
The answer to these questions is that the Holocaust is used as a justification to prevent White self-determination. But, based on that logic, the Holodomor should preclude ethnic Jewish nationalism in Israel.