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    Do you think Raul Hilberg is correct about the Holocaust?

    DEBATING THE HOLOCAUST: A NEW LOOK AT BOTH SIDES
    By Thomas Dalton, Ph.D


    Pre-eminent Holocaust expert Raul Hilberg said:


    "What began in 1941 was a process of destruction not planned in advance, not organized centrally by any agency. There was no blueprint and there was no budget for destructive measures. [These measures] were taken step by step, one step at a time. Thus came about not so much a plan being carried out, but an incredible meeting of minds, a consensus -- mind reading by a far-flung bureaucracy."

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    strong textHell No. The Nazis persecuted and used them as scapegoats long before 1941. Does he not remember the Night of the Long Knives? Does he not consider the Third Reich an organized central agency? As far as a "blue print" isn't the mass extinction of one religion a plan in and of itself? Next, no budget? At first the Jews were shot execution style and this was later changed to gassing mostly because of its less cost. Last, if Raul Hilberge or anyone else wants to consider the mass extinction of million of innocent men, woman and children a "meeting of the minds", he can have his opinion. However, were I come from and I am guessing most Americans as well, this is called GENOCIDE!

    a trip to belsen camp might wake him up to what went on
    there ,ive been there and seen it for real. even some germans
    say it didnt happen .the railway line and the ss barracks
    are still there ,there is only a small sign showing the way to belsen.



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