The engine of Holocaust denial is a desire to kill Jews. Otherwise why bother?
There’s a fringe of conspirazoids, the sorts of people who believe that the moon landing was faked, that UFOs can be found in your backyard, and that 9/11 was carried out by the NYPD, and that Bigfoot killed JFK who are attracted to Holocaust denial among the many other conspiracy theory options. But the big leagues of Holocaust denials are associated with Nazism and Communism because they both specialized in the extermination of Jews.
The “Palestinian” cause is a toxic inbreeding of Nazis and Communists.
The Muslim Brotherhood, key players in the Arab Revolt, got a lot of their techniques from the Nazis. And the Nazi influence was felt most strongly in Egypt. But the “Palestinian” cause was manufactured by the Soviet Union.
Mahmoud Abbas, the current dictator-for-life of the PLO, got his Holocaust denial training from the USSR. Abbas wrote it as a “student” in the Soviet Union as part of the Palestinian-Soviet Friendship Foundation which was itself crossbred with Nazi propaganda.
PA President Mahmoud Abbas is profoundly fascinated by Nazi propaganda and has employed it in his own writings, particularly in his doctoral dissertation on the subject of the Holocaust, “The Other Face: The Secret Connections Between Nazism and the Leadership of the Zionist Movement,” which he wrote in Moscow in 1982. Two years later, Abbas published a book based on his dissertation. It is written in Arabic and, tellingly, has never been translated into any other language.
There is a reason for this: The book is inspired by and based on the work of Adolf Eichmann, the architect of the Holocaust. While he was a fugitive in Argentina, Eichmann formulated and disseminated Nazi propaganda according to which the Holocaust was a Jewish-Nazi conspiracy that sacrificed Jewish lives in order to create a Jewish state in Palestine.
So what did the Germans really expect when they invited the head of a terror group responsible for the Munich Massacre?
At a news conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin, Abbas was asked by a reporter whether he plans to apologize to Israel and Germany for the 1972 Munich massacre, ahead of its 50th anniversary. Eleven members of the Israeli delegation and a German police officer were murdered after members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September, which was linked to Abbas’s Fatah party, took hostages at the Olympic Village on September 5, 1972.
“If we want to go over the past, go ahead,” Abbas responded in Arabic. “I have 50 slaughters that Israel committed… 50 massacres, 50 slaughters, 50 holocausts,” saying the last word in English.
While Scholz could be seen wincing at Abbas’s Holocaust reference, he did not immediately rebuke the Palestinian president, although he had earlier rejected his use of the word “apartheid” to describe Israeli policies.
Scholtz has since tepidly condemned Abbas’ Holocaust denial.
The debate about Holocaust denial is less important than the motive for it. Abbas responded to his role in the massacre of Jews with Holocaust denial. That’s typical. It’s the essence of the purpose that Holocaust denial is meant to serve.
The “Palestinian” cause is about finishing the work that the Nazis began. It’s why Hitler is so widely admired in the Palestinian Authority. “Palestinian” Holocaust denial, like most kinds, is about paving the way for justifying the future murder of Jews.