International Holocaust Remembrance Day

The International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which occurs on January 27, is the first universal commemoration in memory of the victims of The Holocaust. It was designated by the United Nations General Assembly Resolution 60/7 on 1st November 2005.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

How kind of the hateful UN, supposedly representing the ahem…”nations of the world”- to assign a singular day to commemorate the most organized, brutal premeditated genocide in the history of humanity.

Six million innocents were tortured and murdered in Europe simply because they were Jewish.
Families who wished no ill will against any another peoples, who did not even bear arms.
Men, women and children who simply wished to earn an honest living, enjoy their families and be left alone.

The stinkin UN should provide a free decompression chamber to help decent people get rid of the lying, stench of their malignant reps., thugs who plan another Holocaust even as we speak.

It is precisely because of Muzlim thugs in the UN who are called “dignitaries” by the rest of the world that the State of Israel has nuclear capability.

This look familiar?

And “this” of course doesn’t constitute “hate speech” in the court of public opinion:

Will we ever disband this obscene, cursed convocation from hell?

And for those who yet again need a quickie history lesson:

On November 29, 1947, the General Assembly of the United Nations voted with a 2/3 majority to partition western Palestine into a Jewish and an Arab state.

Over 75% of the land allocated to the Jews was desert.
Arabs just want Jews Dead

Desperate to find a haven for the remnants of European Jewry after the Holocaust, the Jewish population accepted the plan which accorded them a diminished state.

The Arabs, intent on preventing any Jewish entity in Palestine, rejected it.

But even today–Dozens of states worldwide just aint enough for the Muzlims.

Literally hundreds of thousands of Jews were forcefully expelled….a.k.a. kicked out of “peace-loving” Arab countries.

The Muzlim Muuufti and his pal Adolph:

Tell the truth.
Did you ever hear of that?
Ever?

Of course not.
The tools at the BBC, (Burka Broadcasting Corp.), CNN (Crescent News Network), or Reuters refer not to the “State of Israel,” or even just plain “Israel.”
It’s always the “Jewish State”.
In other words…………yet again..tis all bout the Jooooooooos.

Come to think of it……….

I’m surprised the UN didn’t invite Accchmaadine-jad to speak at the Holocaust memorial service.
No doubt he has some have fresh ideas on the topic.

Solemnly sharing with Rosemary’s Thoughts, Political Byline, third world county, Wingless – What Lead to Cast Lead, The World According to Carl, The Pink Flamingo, Leaning Straight Up, Cao’s Blog, Democrat=Socialist, Conservative Cat, and Right Voices, thanks to Linkfest Haven Deluxe.


In loving memory of all those slaughtered.
May their sacrfice not be in vain.

25 Responses to “International Holocaust Remembrance Day”

  1. Debbie says:

    Oh Angel, we pray and we cry for those who have lost their lives, for those who have loved ones that are held captive.

  2. Stanford Matthews says:

    Maybe it is simply a willing blindness but so many seem to ignore the lessons of the past. More sheep, more Neville Chamberlains, more Obamas. Go into the enemy’s lair and cower down like the surrender monkey you are. I have not been this disppointed in an American President since 1972.

    My thoughts are with those who suffered at the hands of monsters past. And my expectation is we can eliminate such threats in the present and future.

  3. LomaAlta says:

    Angel thanks for this post. you will help many remember something that cannot be forgotten. We must never forget.

  4. Kevin says:

    We need more people to say, “Never again.”

  5. Tim says:

    We need to remember now before it happens again.

  6. Perri Nelson says:

    “Never again.”

  7. Rosemary says:

    Amen, Angel. Lest we forget. (Thanks for the linky.)

  8. Gayle says:

    “Families who wished no ill will against any another peoples, who did not even bear arms.” Exactly why we must never let the liberals deprive us of the right to defend ourselves, Angel.

    Those who deny the Holocaust know better. They deny it simply because it fits their agenda to do so, and many know if a lie is repeated often enough people will begin to believe it. Posts like this one are needed to remind people that it did indeed happen and was one of the world’s worst atrocities. There are no words to describe anyone who would hold up a sign saying “God bless Hitler.” That is a blasphemy beyond words!

  9. Dinah Lord says:

    Amen, Miss Angel.

    And if you think about it – it wasn’t all that long ago and here we find ourselves facing the Jew Haters all over again.

  10. joe says:

    It’s hard to believe that the UN actually passed “The International Holocaust Rememberance Day.” Why we still belong to that worthless pos organization is beyond me.

  11. Brooke says:

    Not even 100 years and the Muslims are all set to do it again! We mustn’t allow it!

  12. Perri Nelson says:

    Listening to Mark Levin last night, he mentioned that one of the reasons there is so much anti-semitism and hatred of Israel is because of self-loathing Jews. That notion makes quite a bit of sense to me — a secularized people still ridden with guilt makes war on God – and themselves. So they denigrate others of their race and nationality. Much like liberals denigrated (an still apologize for) the greatness of America.

    Hopefully people that support and love Israel will continue to make their voices heard in spite of the godless people that hate her — and themselves. The world should never see another holocaust.

  13. KarL M says:

    I can not help but be proud of all the Jews and Israelis that have lived…in spite of ideas to the contrary…The blatant jealousy that its enemies have shown only goes to prove that they the Jews and Israelis have done it right.. As long as the powers above stay in charge, they will survive…….

  14. Perri Nelson says:

    By the way, When I mentioned “self-loathing” Jews in my previous comment, I in no way mean to imply that all Jews are full of self loathing. Rather more liberal, secularized Jews tend to be a fifth column for the rest of their most admirable people.

  15. OMMAG says:

    Fighting an uphill battle Dear.

    Be strong be faithful.

    Many would like to see the memory expunged so they can sleep without the disturbing thought. Others so they can rewrite history.

    Know you enemy in all his forms and disguises.

    Expose evil and corruption wherever it lurks.

    Be prepared to do whatever it takes to survive with dignity.

  16. Pasadena Closet Conservative says:

    I missed this yesterday. A visit to the Museum of Tolerance in L.A. a couple of years ago will stay with me the rest of my life.

  17. joe says:

    Hi Angel. I tried to e-mail you this information but wasn’t successful. Check out this link for a laugh–http://iraqpundit.blogspot.com/. Here’s part of it:

    “Now we have Mehdi Khazali writing that Ahmadinejad’s ancestors [Arabic] were Jews. Of course Ahmadinejad’s own family contributed to the gossip when they confirmed that their name had been changed. They told a British newspaper that they had changed their family name for religious and economic reasons. There are reports that the family, whose famous son called the Holocaust “the sacred lie,” and who hosted a notorious “seminar” (starring David Duke) on the subject, was once called Saborjian, a name drawn from the carpet-making trade, and one that is not associated with any specific community.”

    Average American

  18. trespassers william says:

    I was not aware that there was a National Holocaust Remeberance Day. Thank you for the information. I will honor the day from now on and discuss it’s significance with my children (when they are old enough). As we say about 9-11, “We will not forget.”

  19. Wingless says:

    =Y’all know I usually agree with you but on this topic I tend to be extremely cynical and pessimistic… I don’t mean any offense to anyone here – to each his own – that is what makes the West the Best (didn’t mean it to rhyme ;-!)=
    Rather more liberal, secularized Jews tend to be a fifth column for the rest of their most admirable people.
    —————–
    Most Jews in Israel (& Sabras living in the diaspora) are secular. Please don’t mixup the ’5-second-soundbyte’ no-nothing crowd w/ the rest of us… (I say that respectfully)

    Most of my ancestors perished in the Holocaust. In Poland they were ultra-religious Hasidic Jews. They kept kosher, went to Yeshiva, prayed and prayed and prayed. Their entire lives revolved around worshipping G*d.

    When Hitler began his ‘ascent to power’ (descent to hell) the family was divided. Some chose to stay in Europe, look to the heavens, and trust that G*d would look after them. Others chose the perilous journey to British occupied Mandate of Palestine.

    Those that put their FAITH IN G*d perished in Hitler’s ovens.

    My grandfather’s brother, the lone survivor that did not escape before Hitler’s machine was in full effect, was seperated from his wife & daughter and watched as they were heralded into the infamous ‘showers’. Somehow he lived to be liberated from the deathcamp (although he was obviously never whole again)

    My grandfather survived PRECISELY BECAUSE he chose to help himself (rather than look to the heavens, again, no offense anyone). When he arrived in Israel, like most Zionists at the time, he abandoned religion altogether. People forget that these Zionists, like Hertzl himself, were secular. The kibbutzes they founded were Marxist (true Marxism, not Russia or CHina’s version) & most are intensely anti-religion even today.

    This family history follows me everywhere. I am fascinated by religion and can’t bring myself to say that there’s 100% no G*d BUT whenever I find myself on the verge of belief I’m reminded of my family and of my people’s history. For THOUSANDS OF YEARS Jewish history has been about PERSECUTION, REPRESSION & EXILE. There is no group that has been as hatred & villified as the Jews – a fact made all the more remarkable by our tiny tiny population (Jews don’t even rank in the top 10 religions by population! THERE ARE MORE ANIMALISTS & JAINS than JEWS!).
    BETWEEN the LATE 1800s and 1948 THE DIFFERENCE WAS THAT MANY JEWS BECAME SECULARIZED AND DID FOR THEMSELVES! Instead of looking to the heavens, they organized secular communities (the Kibbutz movement) & defence groups and it was this that lead to the refounding & defence of Israel (not G*d).
    Jews had been saying “next year in Jerusalem” for generations – it was only when we stopped praying for it and started doing something about it that we were allowed to return.

    I should also add (For completeness sake) that some Jews reacted absolutely opposite to myself and my family. Some survived the Holocaust & considered their liberation an act of G*d… Others survived the Holocaust and asked “G*d, why did you bring this curse upon us in the first place?”
    ———-
    People say:
    “We need to remember now before it happens again.”
    and
    “Never again.”

    Noble, but alas, t’seems remembering does not prevent things from happening again.

    It’s happened again… What occurred in Rwanda was a Holocaust. It too could have been stopped. The UN was on the ground before and as it was starting! Canadian General Romeo Dallaire as much as BEGGED his superiors to send him some troops, he desperately wanted to do something – ANYTHING but he was rejected rejected rejected!

    Even after UN troops were captured and killed – they still refused to send him any aid! There is a book (and now a movie) called SHAKE HANDS WITH THE DEVIL – it’s hard to stomach but is a must-read/see… Dallaire eventually suffered severe PTSD (he was found on a park bench, passed out drunk).

    The Arab sanctioned genocide of Blacks in Darfur is also an emerging genocide.

  20. z says:

    Wingless’ comment is very moving…..Even we believers have trouble with horrid things like the holocaust. I’m Armenian and we lost 1.5 milliion to muslims in the early 20th century, as you must know. That nightmare is one of the big reasons Turkey’s not in the EU. When that ‘little impediment’ is lied enough about and the West decides it’s not worth making Turkey admit what they did, the EU will have to take them and then Europe will be entirely and forever lost to islam. Imagine? true.
    France is one country which found the guts to publicly condemn Turkey for the massacre. The US cannot. Though Bob Dole’s tried year after year since an Armenian doctor saved his arm, such as it is now.

    They say Hitler said “They killed the Armenians and nobody noticed..” while justifying the Jewish nightmare…nice, eh? W(@$&*(#

  21. michael says:

    Angel, I understand that you’re a bit bitter about the UN’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, but look at the bright side: Most of the Arab/Muslim world boycotted it anyway!

  22. KarL M says:

    The comment by WINGLESS moved me to tears…
    There is a story in the Talmud about a man who came and asked the Sage Hillel to teach him the entire Torah (Bible) while standing on one foot..Hillel gracefully informed him simply “Love thy neighbor, as you love thyself”
    The questions Wingless raised have been with the Jewish people since slavery in Egypt,the answers are as complicated as the questions are, and can not be answered in a short discussion.
    I hope I can offer you the little knowledge i have received when asking the same questions…
    “Hear O Israel the Lord our God, the Lord is One”

  23. Wingless says:

    Thanks for kind words… I was alittle apprehensive posting but as usual was positively surprised by the folks here (hey Angel, do you not have a resident Troll OR are you simply REALLY GOOD at Troll-Control)…

    Karl, it’s funny (even I am almost forced to concede alittle ‘divine intervention’) that you bring up the Sage Hillel of all people. When my grandfather came to Israel, one of his first symbolic acts was to change his full name – although he abandoned religion the name he took for the family was based on the Sage Hillel… I wish I could elaborate but after umpteen death threats (forums, blogs, facebook) I now stick to Wingless.

    Thank-you again

  24. Wingless says:

    Karl said:
    “Hear O Israel the Lord our God, the Lord is One”

    In Hebrew:
    “Shma Israel Adoniy Eloheinu, Adoniy Echad…”

    It is the most important prayer in Judaism…

    Wiki isn’t my favorite source but it’s good starting point as it gives good general information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shema_Yisrael

    Israeli singer, Sarit Hadad has a great song based loosely around the Shema.

  25. KarL M says:

    Wingless said….

    “When my grandfather came to Israel, one of his first symbolic acts was to change his full name – although he abandoned religion the name he took for the family was based on the Sage Hillel…”

    Since i do not believe in the concept of coincidences, it is eerily true that your life , by taking THAT name, was predetermined to follow the road frequently traveled and most questioned!!!

    GOoD Luck….as long as you keep asking, there is always hope….