Friday, November 8, 2013

Today's Holocaust Cynicism

Menachem Rosencraft wrote an article about what he calls "ghouls" who buy and sell Holocaust artifacts online. You might remember this as it made headlines the other day when Ebay found out people were using their website for this purpose. Rosencraft also made references to a statue in Hungary of a prominent Nazi collaborator there and a request by the World Jewish Congress to ask Amazon to stop selling Holocaust denial. Naturally these "mere critics" of Jews immediately jumped in to accuse Jews of "profiting" off the Holocaust and silencing those who "question" it. Or more prominently, they just tried to change the subject to other topics in a classic HuffPost move:

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