Hungarian Catholic University Forces Holocaust Hoax Indoctrination on Students

Eli Stenson
Daily Stormer
May 27, 2015

You better not forget, goyim.
You better not forget, goyim.

Pazmany Peter Catholic University in Budapest, Hungary is forcing students to take a course on the Jews’ ridiculous Holocaust hoax titled “The Holocaust and its memory.”

Ostensibly (I’m actually sort of surprised) this measure is the first of its type among European universities.

Yahoo! News:

“Anti-Semitism in any form is incompatible with Catholicism,” the university’s rector Szabolcs Szuromi said at a press conference to announce the move Tuesday.

The course content has been compiled by professors at a Tel Aviv university, he added.

Szuromi said the idea was sparked by recent remarks by Israel’s ambassador to Budapest Ilan Mor that Holocaust education was the key to preventing anti-Semitism.

It’s only a matter of time before other European, and American, universities follow suit.

I have no doubt that more people continue to realize, albeit slowly, that the Jews’ Holocaust narrative is one large hoax; so in response the Jews continue to push it further down the throats of our people. They have been emphasizing indoctrination of the upcoming generations of adults, for they understand that if they aren’t good, Holocaust-accepting goyim, their hoax will be in further jeopardy.

One day, gentlemen, it will come crashing down like a house of cards.