January 24, 2020
How many times will the Germans publicly apologize for the Holocaust, and claim that every individual in their nation is personally responsible for it?
Apparently, they will do it more than six million times.
Germany has still not learned “once and for all” its lesson from the Holocaust, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Thursday, as he expressed sorrow for his country’s role in the murder of six million Jews during World War Two.
Steinmeier spoke at a Jerusalem memorial event marking the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp, where more than one million people, most of them Jews, were killed by the Nazis.
The World Holocaust Forum at the Yad Vashem memorial centre in Jerusalem was attended by some 40 world leaders.
“I bow in deepest sorrow,” Steinmeier said. “The mass murder of six million Jews, the worst crime in the history of humanity, it was committed by my countrymen.”
With anti-Semitic attacks increasing in frequency in Germany and across Europe, Steinmeier, 64, voiced regret that his country was still dealing with the bigotry and hatred that led to the Holocaust.
“I wish I could say that we Germans have learnt from history once and for all. But I cannot say that when hatred is spreading,” Steinmeier said.
In October, a gunman who denounced Jews opened fire outside a German synagogue on Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the Jewish year, killing two people as he livestreamed his attack online.
“Of course, our age is a different age. The words are not the same. The perpetrators are not the same. But it is the same evil. And there remains only one answer: Never again! Nie wieder!” Steinmeier said.
The president’s office said he chose to address the World Holocaust Forum in English, not German, so as not to upset any of the Holocaust survivors in the audience.
“Germany’s responsibility does not expire,” Steinmeier said. “We want to live up to our responsibility. By this, you should measure us.”
HAHAHAHA – the Holocaust survivors in the audience would have been upset to hear German!
It would have reminded them of their time in the camps, when they faced Josef Mengele’s WALL OF EYES!
It is absolutely incredible that 75 years after this war we are still discussing goofy atrocity propaganda as if it were real, even with all of the evidence we have showing that it in fact is not real at all.
Furthermore, even if you somehow believe that the Holocaust and the Wall of Eyes are real, how can you simultaneously believe that every human being is a unique individual and not part of an ethnic or national group, but also that Germans – who were not even alive when the alleged Wall of Eyes was assembled – are responsible for it?
If a man commits a murder, no one holds his children responsible for it. No one expects the son of a murderer to spend his entire life apologizing for the murder committed by his father.
So how does this “we must apologize and atone for the Holocaust by bowing down before the Jews” make any sense?
Of course it does not make sense, and it doesn’t have to. Because the whole thing is a hoax to begin with.