I see the word myth floating around the internet all the time and I see a lot of people do not really know what a myth is.
Usually a myth grew out of an actually account of something unexplainable happening. The people at the time explained it to suit their culture and religious belief.
A myth doesn’t always mean nothing happened. That’s not the case with the Holocaust. There are victims of it still alive today. There are people still alive who were branded with the what some camps called the Nuremberg numbers.
Survey finds “shocking and saddening” lack of Holocaust knowledge among millennials and Gen Z.
AUSCHWITZ is the most famous concentration camp but not the only one.
I am usually very sympathetic toward young people’s plight in trying to find their way in this world but ignoring this fact is deadly. Very deadly. You won’t know what to look out for to protect yourself.
Pillorying, shamming, gangstalking, demoralization, demonization were all tactics employed by the Gestapo to find and kill Jewish people. And religious people. The occult was the only religion accepted in Nazi Germany. They killed ust about anyone who didn’t fit the slot of the Aryan Nation. Now, the Aryan nation is a myth. No one has found it yet.
Almost a Quarter of Young Americans Think The Holocaust Is a Myth or Exaggerated
A 50-state survey found that a disturbing number of young Americans have bought into Holocaust denial conspiracy theories that have spread like wildfire on social media by the Neo-Nazi and it has been said by some Muslim leaders that it never happened.
The Holocaust officially ended on May 2, 1945 with the fall of Berlin to the Allies Forces.
Lack of this kind of knowledge is being willful ignorant. There’s no excuse when it’s still being talked about. It’s not like it happened two hundred years ago and there is no one alive who lived through it.
Oh well, previous generations ignored it. That’s how the Third Reich gained so much power. People hid their heads in the sands until it was too late.