by user Politicalchange
I am neither Jewish nor Indian. However I don’t feel this has any affect on my opinion on this issue. And I call it an issue because it is. It is an issue because two different types of people were almost irradiated, only because of senseless acts, but that is not why I write today. The reason I am writing today is because of the coverage of the events. The coverage of these events is completely different and biased. On the one side we have the Jews. This is widely known as a horrible event that changed the world, and was done by the most evil man to ever live, supposedly. On the other side we have the Indians. The genocide of the Indians is barely even discussed and is even celebrated with a holiday. I ask myself why this is. Is this because Jewish people own almost all the media? Or is it because Jewish people use this event to their advantage? Why was I taught in all my history classes that millions of Jews were exterminated during the holocaust, but when we founded America we had a gracious dinner with the Indians and lived happily ever after? Who wrote these textbooks? What kind of agenda do they have? Why is the holocaust on of the worst events ever and we have a holiday for the genocide of the Indians. I don’t understand this. What if instead of the ADL (anti defamation league) there was something called the anti Indian defamation league, and instead of Thanksgiving we had a day called Thanks-Holocaust. And on this day we all get together and celebrate the killing of all these Jews by not having dinner, but by opening bank accounts together. It doesn’t make sense to me. This is just proof to me that the Jews use the holocaust of their ancestors to push their own agenda. This also leads me to believe that holocaust didn’t happen on the scale that the Jews say it did. Don’t get me wrong I believe that it happened, but the way the Jews use it to their advantage is slightly suspicious. That’s all I have to say. Now let us see how many people call me anti-Semitic over this article. I bet there will not be any Indians calling me anti Indian. Oh wait there isn’t even a word to describe the discrimination of the Indians. I wonder why not.