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SHAMEFUL: 22% of Millennials Don’t Know What the Holocaust Was

Why waste time denying the Holocaust happened, when people will just forget what a Holocaust is on their own?

Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. The day that we take time to reflect on the brutal atrocities and mass slaughter that a seemingly “civilized” society inflicted on 6 million Jews along with approximately 8 million other civilians who were killed for no other reason than their ethnicity, race, disability, religion, or sexual orientation. It is crucial that we do so, because we must remain vigilant to ensure that nothing like this ever happens again.

Over the years since World War II ended, there have been some who have had the bestial gall to suggest that the Holocaust never happened. These tin-foil hat-wearing deniers have mostly (if not all)been fringe anti-Semites of varying stripes who are not taken seriously by the world at large.

Well, it turns out that the Jew-hating nuts out there have all been wasting their time energy on the wrong tactic.

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