Mark Sims Why do some People Believe that the Holocaust was Faked (1:27:27 hrs.)

Published: 2021-08-06

Mark Sims Why do some People Believe that the Holocaust was Faked.

In this (1 hour and 27 minute video, Mark Sims, a writer on Quora, examines the “Holocau$t” atrocity lie. Mark is a Jew, of which increasing numbers are coming forward to condemn the “Holocau$t” as a lie. Mark notes that there are thirteen elements which make the “Holocaust” propaganda. These are overall exaggeration, unreliable witnesses, fictional propaganda, kangaroo courts, death toll reductions, real death figures, gas chambers, internal Jewish story telling, steam chambers, diesel gas, handprints on concrete walls, disinfecting chambers, Jewish tail bones. Mark notes the numbers of fake or doctored photographs. Mark says that his aim is to “salvage” what is left of the “shoah” (Hebrew for Holocaust) by exposing what he calls the chicanery. Mark shows that the “Holocaust” just doesn’t stand up to scrutiny. Mark says that the “Holocaust” hangs over the Jews, and that the Jews are constantly reminded of the story. Here, he draws attention to the number of “Holocaust” museums in the United States. This is a false chronicle, says Mark. One is reminded of the sword of Damocles. [Greek legends, when a King of Sicily showed a courtier the constant danger of kingship, by having a sword hang over his head by a single hair from the tail of a horse] Mark examines the amount of Coke supplied to the camps, the number of countries, where saying 5.9 millions Jews were gassed would result in a prison sentence, and any criticism of the “gas chambers” is illegal. This and much more is spoken of and investigated by Mark. In conclusion, Mark likens the “Holocaust” atrocity lie to an atomic “dirty” bomb on the non-Jews.


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