By Professor Robert Faurisson – I am struck by the tendency among a great many Jews to keep reminding themselves and the rest of us, tirelessly, at every turn and even, at times, with no apparent justification, of the sufferings or humiliations that they or their forebears have endured, particularly during the Second World War. It has now been seventy-six years since that war ended with the Jews’ victory, thus the defeat of their enemies. Yet certain Jewish organisations give the impression that they are continuing that war which they won on May 8, 1945 (…) For them, the defeated country is never beaten and humiliated enough and the past hardships of the Jews are never sufficiently present in everyone’s mind.
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