Monica Schaefer: Warrior Woman Exposes the Holocaust™ Myth

This woman is a true warrior and is a shining example of the balance between femininity and strength.  She is a true class act and role model for all young women and girls.

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4 thoughts on “Monica Schaefer: Warrior Woman Exposes the Holocaust™ Myth

  1. Remember when it comes to being called a ‘Holocaust Denier’ the term ‘deny’ is the opposite of ‘affirm’. These are words that only a witness can really use. If you are not witness to the Holocaust then you can neither ‘affirm’ nor ‘deny’ the event. If you did not witness the holocaust, then as far as you are concerned the Holocaust is ‘HearSay’. So, if someone asks you if your a holocaust denier? Tell them ‘I’m sorry, I can neither affirm nor deny the holocaust, since I was not there. These events with respect to me are ‘HearSay’. And can only ever be “HearSay’, since I was not on the scene of the event. Deny and Affirm are opposite sides of the same coin. They can not be separated. If you can not affirm, then you can not deny. So, something like, “I’m sorry, I can not affirm nor deny this event. This event is hearsay to me.. And can only ever be hearsay.. Ok?? So the opposite of a ‘Holocaust Denier’ would be a ‘Holocaust Afformator’. And you are neither!! And if they get frustrated and ask if you ‘believe’ the holocaust took place. Remind them that ‘beliefs’ are the domain of religion, and that you do not share their religion. So, these beliefs are foreign to me. Do not say ‘yes’ or ‘no’, but that you do not share their religion, so their beliefs are ‘foreign’ to you.. So, something like, ‘I neither believe nor disbelieve these things, as they are foreign to me and my religious views.. Ok??

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    1. Good points .
      Nonetheless the zio psyche-police, puppettered by the zio jews and embedded shabbat goys consider your correct allegation as ….’denial’.
      A few critics of the holo carnival have been bashed for that, a Bishop being among them.

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