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William Cooper: I'm sick and tired of having the Holocaust thrown in my face all the time!
"Cooper, his feelings clearly bruised, began by citing two newspaper articles, one each from the New York Post and New York Daily News. Stating, erroneously, that tabloids were 'owned by Jews, published by Jews, and edited by Jews,' Cooper quoted from one article noting that while officials of the victorious Red Army had once claimed that four million Jews had been killed at Auschwitz, the death count was now thought to be closer to a million and a half. The second article, from 1993, further revised the toll, saying 'nearly a million' had been killed.
'First it’s six million, then four million, then nearly a million,' Cooper exclaimed, saying he was 'sick and tired of having the Holocaust thrown in my face all the time.' It wasn’t his fault. He wasn’t even born until 1943. He’d never knowingly hurt any Jew and certainly wasn’t going to have 'a big guilt complex' about what the Germans did.
Who appointed the Jews, this self-anointed Chosen People, as the arbiters of morality, anyway? 'They didn’t give a damn about Cambodia, where six million were killed,' Cooper railed. They didn’t care about the starving millions in Africa, or the genocide in Bosnia. He didn’t see any Jews saving anyone during the siege at Waco.
Before the Jews started attacking him, they ought to put their own house in order, Cooper said..."
Quoted from 'Pale Horse Rider' by Mark Jacobson