It's Holocaust Memorial Day



I've been called a Holocaust denier on Reddit.

Which is hurtful.

The Holocaust is important in the way that, as 30 million people died of AIDS, it was used to extend childhood developmental psychology.

Girls influence what boy is friends with what boy in grade 2 100%.

After girls were disgusted with brown skin (and other boys that don't fit in) and everyone forgot that that happened, the Holocaust was important in teaching teens that boys that look like Justin Bieber who were from wealthier families made friends with cool blacks in elementary school.

My mom is elderly. She had been a little girl in Nazi Germany. She's a schizophrenic.

There's no schizophrenia in my family's history.

My life was directly influenced because of the war.

Facing History is an outfit that touts that Holocaust studies teaches empathy.

In the 1990s my high school kept all of the blacks in general. South Asians guys in advanced were making out with girls 3 to 5 years younger than them.

My high school didn't have a school sanctioned prom.

People harassed the better-looking boys who had been friends with minorities in elementary school.

Today on "Holocaust Memorial Day" the BBC reports:

5% of UK adults do not believe the Holocaust took place and one in 12 believes its scale has been exaggerated, a survey has found.

The poll of more than 2,000 people was carried out by Opinion Matters for the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust (HMDT).

Almost two-thirds of respondents could not say how many Jews were murdered or "grossly" under-estimated the number.

On Sunday hundreds of thousands of people will gather across the country to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.

Survivors, politicians and members of the public will remember the six million Jewish victims...

After Stalin killed more in peace time, are they still creating the idea that the Germans systematically gassed 6 million to death?

When I was in high school it was 9 million: There were 6 million Jews and 3 million miscellaneous.

Anne Frank is the most famous person to have been gassed by the Nazis:

She and her sister died of typhus. Her mother, separated from her daughters, went crazy and hoarded food for them, and died of starvation. Anne Frank's father survived the war.

Does the BBC count dying of disease caused by Allied saturation bombing as being murdered by the Nazis?