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Thursday, 18 July 2013

Elie Wiesel on the accomplices to the Holocaust




"He [Adolf Hitler] wanted to destroy the living Jews and burn the dead Jews. Anyone who 
does not engage actively today in keeping these memories alive is an accomplice of the killer."






- Elie Wiesel, 'Teaching the Holocaust' in The Record: The Holocaust in History 1933 - 1945, Published by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith in Cooperation with The National Council for the Social Studies, p.3, supplement with the The Jewish Chronicle (Pittsburgh), April 13,1978.




10 comments:

  1. What about Wiesel´s tattoo number? I want to see it finally. I wish I could see that question "Where is the number, Elie?" on the headlines of all big newspapers and in the TV news and on times square´s billboards. No, we don´t want any explanations, we want to see, Elie, just to see!

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  2. Thank you Eli Wiesel for teaching the Holocaust, supplemented with the The Jewish Chronicle. To me it is the one sentence in which Wiesel proves that the Jewish society lost its mind and murdered its own soul:

    “How do you tell children, big and small, that society could lose its mind and start murdering its own soul?”

    The Jewish Chronicle is also the paper that published in 1896 the article 'a Final Solution of the Jewish Question' by Zionist leader Theodore Herzl. With this publication Zionist leader Herzl made an international political issue out of the 'Endlösung der Judenfrage'.

    https://tinyurl.com/Herzl-Solution-Jewisch-Questio

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    1. Thanks a lot for that. I'll see if I can track down the original.

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  3. First of all, congratulations for this great blog, it's a real treasure for truthseekers, and thanks for sharing it with us The Black Rabbit.

    I want to keep a copy of all your articles/posts (in case your page is crushed by censorship) but it seems is not an easy task, I first tried to use HTTrack, but the saved html wont open unless its online (I guess is something related with the blogspot initial consent box), I also tried to print into PDF the most interesting articles, but some of the images are cut as the left frame uses too much space (even if I rotate the page to horizontal). It would be great help if you could made available all this info in an easier format for every one to download.

    Thanks for all
    Gracias desde España

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  4. If you've got the bandwidth, and if our host doesn't object, you could use something like Pagenest to download the entire site. I don't know what Pagenest costs though.

    A better alternative would be if you're running Linux. I use Ubuntu (www.ubuntu.com). It's free, and you don't need any additional software.

    I've "salvaged" a couple of sites that are in danger of being taken down due to things that happened to their owners (one dead, one imprisoned on false charges), and it didn't cost me a penny.

    In Ubuntu, I opened a terminal (Linux users very soon learn what this is) and typed the following.

    wget -r -p -e robots=off

    followed by a space and the complete URL of the site I wanted. For this site, that would be

    wget -r -p -e robots=off http://winstonsmithministryoftruth.blogspot.co.uk

    Don't ask me to explain any of that. I don't fully understand it. I just picked a string of commands from a thread on the Ubuntu forum. I do know it works though.

    You need to check whether the correct URL ends in .com where you are because things are different here in the sewer that was once England (and will be again).

    Type that command, press Enter and just wait. It can take a while. Don't attempt it with sites like Youtube or the BBC though. They're too big. Even if you were prepared to spend the rest of your life downloading (which is what you'd have to do), your hard drive isn't big enough.

    I hope that helps.

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  5. Thanks for your answer/help ;-), I'll try with pagenest as I'm a windows user (probably will change that in the near future :D )

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    1. Thanks very much for the compliment, it's much appreciated.

      If the other guy's kindly advice didn't work out for you, please just leave a comment and your email address in one of the old articles (anyone from 2012 perhaps, so it'll be unlikely that anyone but me will see it—I'll delete it afterwards) and then I can contact you and we can arrange a time suitable for us both, when I can temporarily disable the consent box, which should enable you to get the entire blog (I understand, I'm not very techy myself).

      Thanks again. :-)

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  6. I spent weeks or months by downloading almost every article of this blog. And by doing so, I read every article, and it never got boring. In the beginning I had technical problems, too. It worked when I downloaded with "complete website (html)" instead of "mht". Don´t ask me, but it worked. I discovered so many documents and learned about so many hidden interrelations. So I hope that your work will someday get the appreciation it deserves. It is awesome.

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  7. How do you people dare to question Elie Wiesel?
    He's backed by Oprah:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32RiuaKvFtM

    Oprah is definitely someone we can trust:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnqDVFTDV34

    Oprah's Book Club is the guarantee for fact and quality reading
    like A Million Little Pieces.

    I hope there comes a book called Six Million Little Pieces ;)

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