By: Andrea Ryan

Today we make time to pause and remember the six million Jews who suffered untold cruelty and unimaginable horrors at the hands of those with unfettered and deeply evil power.  The Holocaust, which was the plan of the Nazi party for their “Final Solution” to exterminate the Jews, was rooted in one man’s hate-filled ideology.  Adolph Hitler, the Führer of Germany from 1934 to 1945, lead the mass slaughter of innocent human beings in his genocidal cleansing campaign to rid the world of our Jews.  One and a half million Jewish children were murdered, and approximately 2/3 of Europe’s Jews were exterminated.

Stand For Israel had this to say about this solemn day,

Today, we observe Holocaust Remembrance Day, remembering a horrific moment in history in order to ensure that it never happens again. …Stand with Jews around the world and say, “NEVER AGAIN!”

A summary of Jennifer Rosenberg’s list of Holocaust Facts we should remember…

Persecution

  • Boycott of all Jewish businesses.
  • The Nuremberg Laws stripped German Jews of their citizenship and prohibited marriages and extramarital sex between Jews and Germans.
  • Jews were prohibited from public places, like parks, fired from civil service jobs, had to register their property, and Jewish doctors could only take care of Jewish patients.
  • Synagogues and Jewish businesses were destroyed.
  • Jews had to wear a yellow Star of David on their clothing.

Ghettos

  • Nazis ordered all Jews to live in specific ghettos.
  • Nazis loaded up to 1,000 Jews per day in trains to Concentration camps.

Concentration and Extermination Camps

  • Hard physical labor, little food, and torture.
  • Nazi doctors conducted medical experiments on prisoners against their will.
  • Group exterminations in gas chambers.

But the images speak for themselves…

The starvation and torture.

The children.

The bodies murdered and dumped without dignity.

The liberation by our American soldiers.

The shoes left behind.

A wise friend once said, “You can tell the health of a nation by the way they treat their women and their Jews.”  May we never forget this awful moment in history and the tragic loss of six million innocent lives.

Update: Thank you, Redwine, for sharing your personal experience as the daughter of a Holocaust survivor…

As the daughter of a survivor of the Mauthausen labor camp, I was lucky to have my father. He lost nearly every member of his family. It took him nearly 27 years to gather the strength to tell me about his time in the camp and how he managed to survive.

The memories of those conversations always returned to me during the 2 minutes of siren and silence and throughout the day on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Day) over the many years I lived in Israel.

Now, I am reminded of my father’s experience every day with the frightening rise of anti-Semitism, often disguised as “anti-Zionism”, anti-Israelism, embraced by Leftists and Muslims and conjoined in growing violence and boldness – and its support worldwide. The real face of the regime has been revealed. My greatest fear is a second term of this tyrannical regime.

 

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  1. Thank you, Andrea.

  2. The Shoah survivors are all dying off. It is important that we keep the memory of the Holocaust alive so future generations do not forget. May their memory be a blessing.

  3. Youth learn of this in History books, hopefully, not by Liberals who will change it.

    Others will NEVER forget and there were many things that torn us apart and we saw the real evil in “human beings.” Unimaginable and no comparison, deliberately, disrespect, I can go on but there still are no words for this horrible and always memorable part of history that will be REMEMBERED.

    I still cry to this day. There was greatness though, the many heroes who managed to keep the Jews safe and escape the many horrors of the Holocaust and Hilter’s wrath.

    These people were treated like firewood. May there NEVER be such inhumanity and disrespect for any human being.

  4. Those who do not learn history shall repeat it.

    Take pictures, some SOB will try to say this never happened. (Eisenhower).

  5. Never again..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5Llb8rPrzc

    @Taqiyyotomist/#1
    I meant to post this for you yesterday.. a source for world religion stats.
    http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/rel_chu_att-religion-church-attendance

  6. We have had the opportunity to see the Dachau camp in Germany–very humbling and sad–to learn that if someone didn’t fit into the bed because they were too tall–their legs would be broken; to walk into the showers and see the gouge marks in the brick walls where you know that someone tried to claw their way out of the room once they realized they were being gassed to death; to see the ovens where so many bodies were destroyed all under the guise of the camp’s motto, “Arbeit macht Frei”–work makes (one) free! The world must never forget!

  7. As this article is being read, Muslims are today, following Islam’s lifelong ambitions, planning for the next Holocaust which certainly will be targeting the Jews, but it will also be targeting anyone who is a kuffir, or “infidel” as defined by Muslims.

    http://www.michaeltotten.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Be-Prepared-for-the-Real-Holocaust.jpg

    http://varifrank.com/images/GBH_src_path-thumb.jpg

  8. May we never forget. We must make sure it never happens again. Obama certainly needs some instruction on it, but then, I think he has long been on the dark side. You don’t sit in a church for 20 years and not know and agree with what is being said.

  9. Thank you, Andrea, for posting this warning from history.

    As the daughter of a survivor of the Mauthausen labor camp, I was lucky to have my father. He lost nearly every member of his family. It took him nearly 27 years to gather the strength to tell me about his time in the camp and how he managed to survive.

    The memories of those conversations always returned to me during the 2 minutes of siren and silence and throughout the day on Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Day) over the many years I lived in Israel.

    Now, I am reminded of my father’s experience every day with the frightening rise of anti-Semitism, often disguised as “anti-Zionism”, anti-Israelism, embraced by Leftists and Muslims and conjoined in growing violence and boldness – and its support worldwide. The real face of the regime has been revealed. My greatest fear is a second term of this tyrannical regime.

  10. May we never forget!

    Stand with Israel!

  11. “Hitler told Himmler that it was not enough for the Jews simply to die; they must die in agony. What was the best way to prolong their agony? Himmler turned the problem over to his advisers, who concluded that a slow, agonizing death could be brought about by placing Jewish prisoners in freight cars in which the floors were coated with…quicklime…which produced excruciating burns. The advisers estimated that it would take four days for the prisoners to die, and for that whole time the freight cars could be left standing on some forgotten siding…. Finally it was decided that the freight cars should be used in addition to the extermination camps.”
    —-Robert Payne, The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler

    It is estimated the Nazis murdered 15,000,000 to 31,595,000 innocents. The old and infirm, gypsy’s, homosexuals, the “feeble-minded”.

    Such evil still exists today and those of us with any breath left must make sure it does not happen again.

  12. Bless all the Communists slaughtered by the Nazis as well. Murder for your political beliefs is reprehensible.

  13. Canadians, Americans, British, Soviets, and other allied troops liberated the concentration camps. It is also very important to remember that it was the allied troops who gave their lives fighting the Nazi Germans, especially the British who were bombed unmercifully throughout the entire war, who without them and all other, the Jews and others in concentration camps would have most certainly lost their lives. And without God Almighty, none would have been possible.

  14. It is difficult to believe that ts was not that long ago, and yet, I believe, we are quite close to this again.
    It makes my heart ache.

  15. Muslims worked closely with Hitler’s regime and would do the same today, if they ever get a chance. Look up the Mufti of Jerusalem.

  16. I used to wonder how such things could ever happen in a civilized nation. The last few years have shown me how it creeps up slowly, then builds speed. Reject anti-Semitic speech and actions, and all divisive hatred without hesitation. Let the would-be bullies know it’s not that easy.

  17. Response to #15 comments

    you are right on the spot and they’ll still vote for Obama once again.

  18. Do we have any Josef Mengeles? I would dare say, yes.

    http://www.mengele.dk/



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