Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Israeli Demographers Deny the Holocaust

In 2003, Israeli demographers found that 58 years after the WW II, there were “1,092,000 needy survivors worldwide” awaiting distribution of “$13.2 million annually in humanitarian funds”, inferring, that at least two million of Jewish teenagers, children and babies, unfit for forced labor and thus allegedly singled out for immediate liquidation, survived the Holocaust. Assuming the average 70-year lifespan, actuarial tables indicate that 1,100,000 survivors alive in 2003, had to be part of a cohort of over 12,000,000 Jews alive in 1945, whom Nazis never tried to exterminate. Thus, paradoxically, contemporary Israeli social workers and demographers became the authoritative Holocaust Deniers.

Read nine more inconveniant facts about the WW2 Holocaust here.

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