Oy Vey! Auschwitz is Coming to America

AUSCHWITZ BARRACKS.

In light of increasing skepticism about the Holocaust, the Jews are sending out a traveling road show to educate the Goyim in the truth as the Jews see it.

BBC

The first travelling exhibition of objects from Auschwitz is set to go on tour in the hope it will become “a warning cry” to future generations.

The exhibition is due to visit 14 cities in the US and Europe, and will be made up of more than 600 objects from the Nazi German camp in Poland.

It will include a freight wagon, like the ones that transported people to the camp during World War Two.

More than a million people, mostly Jews, were killed at Auschwitz.

The items on show are not just the belongings of the victims – which also included Poles, Sinti and Roma and Soviet prisoners of war – but also items from those who ran the camp, the German SS.

The exhibition, which is entitled “Not long ago. Not far away”, will have its first stop in Madrid, Spain, before the end of the year.

It says it aims to reach people who may not be able to make it to the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum, and act as a reminder of what happened during the Holocaust.

“Today, the world is moving in uncertain directions,” Dr Piotr Cywiński, director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum, said.

“That is why we need to rely more and more on the strong foundations of our memory. Auschwitz and the tragedy of the Shoah [Hebrew for Holocaust] are part of those foundations, which cannot be bypassed in creating a new face of the world.”

He added: “Nothing can replace a visit to the authentic site of the biggest crime of the 20th Century, but this exhibition, which people in many countries will have the opportunity to see, can become a great warning cry for us all against building the future on hatred, racism, anti-Semitism and bottomless contempt for another human being.”

However, the museum has also been at pains to play down fears of trying to profit from the exhibition, which is being organised with the Spanish company, Musealia.

Luis Ferreiro, the company’s director, told the New York Times the exhibition had cost $1.5m (£1.15m) so far, acknowledging they needed to “earn an income to sustain ourselves and keep the enterprise going”.

“Our goal is to focus on larger social goals such as enlightenment and education,” he added.

There are a lot of Jews who will want to see this exhibit. Among the Goyim, probably not so many.

You have to suspect that school children will be forced to attend as part of their classwork. Parents should have the right to opt out.

14 thoughts on “Oy Vey! Auschwitz is Coming to America

  1. Good, the revisionists will tear the exhibition apart item by item and prove once and for all the holocaust is a lie.

  2. surely it was four million killed in Auschwitz? the bbc says more than a million! are they telling me there wasn’t six million killed in the holohoax after all? Well, I never. 🙂

    • It appears that 6 million get killed in every holocaust going back to the turn of the 20th century. At least 18 million so far and counting.

      • Those incompetents. They can’t even do a holocaust right. If they did, we’d already be rid of jews since they were just 11 million or so.

  3. Reblogged this on Yogiguy and commented:
    Even though there are a couple hundred movies made and close to 100 Holocaust Memorials throughout the US, it’s still not enough! But why isn’t the Holocaust listed in my Encyclopedia from the late 60’s?

  4. What was in that ‘final solution’ potion ? Whatever it was, the old Yid survivors look mighty feisty for having sampled a drop.
    ———————————————————————————
    Here is reality the TV lemmings will not see =
    http://www.ifamericaknew.org/

  5. The Christ-killers are losing ground rapidly. This is a kike ploy to throw in all of our faces muh Holocaust.

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