Tuesday, 22 October 2013

International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) successfully concludes meetings in Canada

Minister for Multiculturalism, Jason Kenney, announces the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) has reached a consensus on a working definition of Holocaust denial and distortion at a Canada-led meeting in Toronto.

"I'm very pleased with the progress made at the IHRA meetings, which demonstrates the Government of Canada's dedication to Holocaust remembrance, research and education," said Minister Kenney. "Canada's goals as Chair of IHRA were ambitious, and I'm thrilled that we have been able to move such important issues forward."
At the IHRA meeting in Toronto, great strides were made toward a working definition of Holocaust denial and distortion, which refer to any attempt to claim the Holocaust did not take place, and may include publicly denying or calling into doubt the use of principal mechanisms of destruction or the intentionality of the genocide of the Jewish people. The definition also states that Holocaust denial in its various forms is an expression of anti-Semitism.
IHRA is a consensus-based intergovernmental body comprised of experts from 31 countries. Its mandate is to promote Holocaust education, remembrance and research, and reaffirm humanity's common aspiration for mutual understanding and justice.
As IHRA Chair, Canada hosted the meetings from October 8-10, which were attended by Tim Uppal, Minister of State for Multiculturalism. Minister Kenney also attended and spoke at various other community organized special events held in conjunction with the bi-annual IHRA session. The meetings brought together over 175 experts, academics, and policymakers from around the world, representing 31 member countries, four observer countries, and six permanent observer organizations, to discuss the Holocaust as a contemporary issue. Representatives from Ukraine, Australia and Uruguay also attended as special guests.
Canada joined IHRA in 2009 and was named Chair in March 2013. Canada will chair IHRA until March 2014


“Jewish prophecies in the Torah require that 6 million Jews must “vanish” before the state of Israel can be formed. “You shall return minus 6 million.” That’s why Tom Segev, an Israeli historian, declared that the “6 million” is an attempt to transform the Holocaust story into state religion. Those six million, according to prophecy, had to disappear in “burning ovens”, which the judicial version of the Holocaust now authenticates. ”

” Regarding the ‘six million’ number you should know the following: In the Hebrew text of the Torah prophesies, one can read “you shall return”. In the text the letter “V” or “VAU” is absent, as Hebrew does not have any numbers; the letter V stands for the number 6. Ben Weintraub, a religious scientist, learned from rabbis that the meaning of the missing letter means the number is ’6 million’. The prophesy then reads: You will return, but with 6 million less. See Ben Weintraub: “The Holocaust Dogma of Judaism”, Cosmo Publishing, Washington 1995, page 3. The missing 6 million must be so before the Jews can return to the Promised Land. Jahweh sees this as a cleaning of the souls of the sinful people. The Jews must, on the return to the Promised Land, be clean — the cleaning shall be done in burning stokes. –A Correspondent ”
Basically, there wasn’t even 6 million of them 70 years ago!
It should already be strange for anybody that checks their demographics, since there are only 6million and something jews in America, and little over 6 million Jews in Israel as we speak.
Who is running the world???

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