Thanks MW for introducing me to Luke Lavellian. I find his writing to be very funny. What about you guys and gals? Funny or serious?
I have always found my relationship to “holocaust revisionism” to be an uncomfortable and conflicted one.
ParaBeing a full-blooded German and a despiser of all things jewish, it had been a source of great pride that my people had attempted to permanently extricate themselves from the anti-human menace represented by these congenital defilers. When I was eleven years old and first read of the “murder factories” and “mass graves”, I was filled with a sense that my people were the greatest to have ever graced the Earth with their presence. Even as a young boy, I HATED “holocaust survivors”. They struck me as a despicable and whiny group of self-pitying weaklings. Never did they elicit the slightest bit of sympathy from me. When they would wail about how the “monstrous” Nazis slaughtered their mommies, daddies, siblings and 666 of their cousins, all I could think of was “Hey Adolf, you missed one!” It has always seemed to me, that the most natural thing in the World, is to KILL that which is working day and night to KILL you. The “martyr” status these scum enjoyed, due mostly to their fellow kikes monopoly of the media, did nothing to change my conviction that mass murdering mass murderers was an entirely appropriate behavior, and in fact, provided the best possible evidence of a people’s spiritual health. Nietzsche wrote of the “seductive quality of martyrdom”, but I had an answer to that to! If the “squeakiest wheel gets the most grease”, why not round up and dispose of ALL squeaky wheels?