March 24, 2020
How long are we going to keep hearing about this dumb lampshade hoax?
Do Jews actually believe that in 1,000 years, everyone is going to be sitting around shedding crocodile tears over “my six million”?
A new poll suggests that a “comfortable” majority of Canadians believe young people today are less aware of the Holocaust and its lessons compared to the past.
Most of the survey’s 1,008 respondents agreed that teaching young people about discrimination and the Holocaust is important. Only a slight majority said young people are not taught enough about the Holocaust alone in school.
The analysis was conducted by Nanos Research on behalf of Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) and released this month. Among its findings:
• More than nine in 10 of those surveyed said it is “important” (77 per cent) or “somewhat important” (17 per cent) to teach young people about discrimination, including racism and anti-Semitism. More than nine in 10 also agreed that it is “important” (63 per cent) or “somewhat important” (30 per cent) to teach young people about the Holocaust.
• A slight majority of those polled – 54 per cent – said young people today are not taught enough about the Holocaust, while 26 per cent said they are taught enough about the subject.
• Nearly two-thirds (64 per cent) of respondents said young people are less aware of the Holocaust and its lessons now compared to the past, while 18 per cent said young people are as aware.
• Nearly half (48 per cent) of respondents said young people today are not taught enough in schools about discrimination, including anti-Semitism, while 29 per cent said they are taught the right amount.
• Older respondents (64 per cent of those 55-plus) were more likely than younger ones (45 per cent of 18-34 year-olds) to say that young people are not taught enough about the Holocaust.
• Women (62 per cent) were more likely than men (46 per cent) to say young people today are not taught enough about the Holocaust.
• Respondents in the Prairie provinces (59 per cent) and Quebec (58 per cent) were most likely to say that young people do not receive enough education about the Holocaust.
• Those polled in the Atlantic provinces were most likely (97 per cent) to believe Holocaust education is “important” or “somewhat important,” while those in Quebec were least likely (88 per cent).
No one is going to respond to a poll by saying “quit whining, kike!”
Well, not more than 10% will.
But it’s clear at this point that people are getting really, really exhausted by this Jew whining.
They just simply will not stop.