I’m Not a Holocaust Denier

I’m often called a “holocaust denier” by folks who don’t have the intellectual capacity to counter the truths I share about historical events – truths that conflict with the carefully-crafted narrative they’ve been spoon-fed their entire lives. But let me say it right here – I’m not a “holocaust denier.” How could anyone be? After all, Webster’s 1828 dictionary defines “holocaust” thus: 

“A burnt-sacrifice or offering, the whole of which was consumed by fire; a species of sacrifice in use among the Jews and some pagan nations.” 

Who can deny this? History is replete with examples of Jews and pagans making sacrifices by fire. The Jews mastered the art of the holocaust when they sacrificed their children to the devilish idol god Molech. I don’t deny that in the slightest. Again, I’m not a “holocaust denier.” 

Ah, I suspect you thought I was referring to something else – something a bit more modern and allegedly more sinister. I assume you thought of World War II when you saw the word “holocaust.” So, let’s talk briefly about the Second World War. 

Soviet predators at work

It’s true that there were holocausts during World War II. Was not the mass rape of approximately 2 million German women by the Allies during and after the conflict a “holocaust”? The Russian hordes in particular raped and violated anything that moved, including girls as young as 8 and grandmothers as elderly as 80. They gangraped them brutally. Sometimes these attacks were so horrific that the victims died. At times, German women were crucified by the Jewish-led Bolshevik commanders and then raped by their men while they bled to death in agony and shame. Was not this a “holocaust” – a red-hot offering to the god of war and destruction, lust and hatred? I don’t deny the Allied rape of 2 million German women because I’m not a “holocaust denier.” 

I also don’t deny the deliberate firebombing of Dresden, Hamburg, and other German cities by the Americans and British. In a single day, Allied bombers burned to death between 100,000 and 500,000 civilians in the “refugee city” of Dresden with firebombs that created literal walls of flame and vortexes of fiery death. Not only did they attack the city in a solidary wave, but they deliberately attacked first responders and helpers in additional waves of flying death. How could I deny what is so graphically recorded by these holocaust survivors and researchers? 

“Here, in the heart of old Dresden, temperatures reached upwards of 3,000 degrees. Metal roofs, copper cupolas, glass, even sandstone, liquefied in the furious heat and poured down like lava. A hurricane of smoke, flame and dust roared toward the vortex from all directions as the cold air beyond Dresden was drawn in by the fire ball. Many disoriented victims, especially the thousands of refugees, took wrong turns on strange streets and were swept like feathers into the furnace. 

The ruins of Dresden

““The whole of Dresden was an inferno,” said one teenage boy. “In the street below people were wandering about helplessly. I saw my aunt there. She had wrapped herself in a damp blanket and, seeing me, called out. . . . The sound of the rising fire-storm strangled her last words. A house wall collapsed with a roar, burying several people in the debris. A thick cloud of dust arose and mingling with the smoke made it impossible for me to see.” . . . . 

“Through sheer will, some, like Margret, did succeed in reaching safety—but most did not. Standing alone on the far hills outside Dresden, one viewer stared in silent awe at the fiery massacre. 

““I did not understand what my eyes were seeing. I stood in the darkness, paralyzed, numbed, with my eardrums aching from the hellish uproar. . . . It was simply beyond comprehension, beyond the wildest imagination. It seemed actually unreal. . . . I saw the rising of a flaming sea which . . . inundated the entire city in one huge glowing wave. . . .[T]he entire area was in flames. Huge red and yellow tongues of fire were roaring toward the sky. Streaming, trembling, madly onrushing clouds . . . intermingled with brilliant white, red, and yellow explosions out of which the big bombers seemed to rise like flocks of giant birds. . . .Without ever having been through a big air raid before, I knew at once that here something quite different was happening”” (Thomas Goodrich, Hellstorm: The Death of Nazi Germany 1944-1947, 112-113, 115). 

These are not Jewish bodies, as is sometimes said in captions accompanying this horrible image, but the bodies of Germans slaughtered by fire in Dresden – true burnt offerings.

No, I don’t deny the literal holocaust in Dresden. I don’t deny the poor German holocaust victims. I don’t turn a blind eye to what the Allies deliberately did to the Germans. I’m no “holocaust denier”! 

I also don’t deny the holocausts inflicted upon the Japanese. Japan’s sixty biggest cities were bombed and firebombed into oblivion during the war. Tokyo, very infamously, lost over 100,000 of its people in the 1945 firebombing. Hiroshima and Nagasaki lost even more in the atomic holocausts perpetrated so needlessly upon them. These were truly unnecessary events, U.S. Admiral William Leahy and supreme Allied commander General Dwight Eisenhower said at the time. Admiral Leahy stated: 

“It is my opinion that the use of this barbarous weapon at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was of no material assistance in our war against Japan. The Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender because of the effective sea blockade and the successful bombing with conventional weapons.” 

The remains of Hiroshima

And Ike remarked: 

“During his recitation of the relevant facts, I had been conscious of a feeling of depression and so I voiced to him my grave misgivings, first on the basis of my belief that Japan was already defeated and that dropping the bomb was completely unnecessary, and secondly because I thought that our country should avoid shocking world opinion by the use of a weapon whose employment was, I thought, no longer mandatory as a measure to save American lives. It was my belief that Japan was, at that very moment, seeking some way to surrender with a minimum loss of ’face’.” 

You can find my analysis of the Nagasaki and Hiroshima holocausts at this link. Knowing how ghastly and unnecessary it was to drop the a-bombs, and how fiery and savage the destruction was, I’d be heartless if I was a nuclear “holocaust denier”! 

And speaking of General ‘Ike’ Eisenhower, he knows whereof he spoke since he presided over his own holocausts. I refer specifically to the Rhine meadows death camps where up to 2 million German POWs were intentionally starved to death on Ike’s orders after the Second World War had ended. This genocide had no excuse and was condemned by those few Americans who were allowed to learn of its occurrence. The book Other Losses by James Bacque tells the dreadful story. How could I deny this well-documented holocaust of German POWs in peace time? I’m not a “holocaust denier,” after all! 

Keelhaul victims

Finally, I don’t deny the forced repatriation of 2.5 million Russians, Serbs, Yugoslavs, Cossacks, and people of other groups – who had supposedly been Soviet citizens in the past, but sometimes never had been – to the Soviet Union per a dastardly secret deal between Stalin and FDR. Operation Keelhaul, as the plot was known, led to the murder or imprisonment of millions of human beings. Most of these were refugees or enemy POWs who had fled communist oppression and were living abroad in Europe or even in the United States. Some of these were drugged and kidnapped or forcibly thrown onto ships that transported them to the Soviet Union. Many committed suicide rather than be fed alive to the Bolsheviks. Some met instantaneous execution at the docks, as witnessed by American servicemen in Ukraine, or years of exile, torture, and inhuman conditions in the Siberian GULAG. You will never hear me deny this atrocious holocaust that is sometimes called the “last secret of World War II.” If it hasn’t sunk in by now, I’m not a “holocaust denier”! 

You see, the word “holocaust” has been misappropriated and hijacked by a small group of vicious people who control all the most powerful media organs, educational institutions, and financial houses in the world. They thus have a dominating influence over the mind of the average person. With this monstrous influence, they craft narratives – lying and malicious narratives. They paint true Freedom fighters and dissenters to their scheme of world domination as evil, genocidal maniacs. They portray sadistic tyrants as heroes. They make hostile groups appear as victims and true victims appear as aggressors and oppressors. Simply, as Isaiah the prophet foretold, we live in a time where people call good evil, and evil good (Isaiah 5:20). 

The next time someone brings up the canard of “holocaust denial,” which is nothing more than a way of demonizing political opponents who ask too many pesky questions that could unravel the approved Marxist-Establishment narrative of World War II, ask them if they acknowledge the fiery holocausts of Dresden, Hiroshima, Rhine meadows, and Operation Keelhaul. If not, then it doesn’t matter what they believe about the events that allegedly happened in Poland from 1942 to 1945 – they are true “holocaust deniers.” Don’t be a “holocaust denier.” 

Zack Strong, 

June 24, 2021 

One thought on “I’m Not a Holocaust Denier

  1. My mother’s mom came to the United States from Dresden. I’m not sure when. Mo Berg, a catcher for the Red Sox, working for Intellegence, was assigned to take photos of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in the 30’s. James Perloff had a video about it.

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