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Regarding the so-called myth of the six million

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On 1/13/2021 at 11:16 PM, Rocky said:

Stayed too long,

This is a discussion of history. Only the context is politics. I figure if it stays civil, it might not get deleted.


Nope. Sorry i did not see it sooner.

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On 6/29/2020 at 1:39 AM, Rocky said:

A local high school English teacher and I connected on FB a few days ago. I didn't tell her about Wierwille's obsession with a book called the Myth of the Six Million. But had I mentioned it, she would have known what I was referring to.

She recommended a book to me, Night by Elie Wiesel. It's the record of a witness. Mr. Wiesel was a child when he was taken to a concentration camp with his family.

This is not a discussion of politics then or now. My intent is simply to call attention to an original witness account of a significant era in 20th Century history.

It is available as a pdf file for no charge at the link above.

If you believe that history repeats itself, or at least rhymes, this book may interest you.

After I finish reading it, I might post a synopsis here.

Rocky, I read that book years ago, and I thought it was well-written, and very illuminating.  I would highly recommend it, and his other books.  I believe EW won the Nobel Peace Prize, back in 1988.  

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