"I dare you to go into a black church and say that.."
"I dare you to go into a synagogue and say that..."
And after you have been there, Pat, I dare you to go to a gay bar and say that...
Sadly, racial genocide and discrimination are a global epidemic and have been for centuries, so I think that any ethnic group can come right up and refute this idiot with its own stories.
This may not be as well known or as horrific in scale as the Holocaust, but this is more personal to me and my family. 1922, the year before my grandfather was born, was also the year that Smyrna, now commonly known as Izmir, was looted and burned to the ground by the Turks. Smyrna was a predominantly Christian city, and was populated mostly by Greeks and had been for centuries.
Ataturk led his troops there, where they proceeded to pillage, rape, slaughter, and eventually set the city on fire, as the Allies sat back and did nothing because they were too worried about their oil and trade interests in Asia Minor. My great-grandparents and my grandfather's elder siblings were lucky enough to escape the blaze because they had had the foresight to leave days earlier. Most of the Greeks who tried to leave by boat were killed or drowned.
So, Mr. Robertson, for my part, I dare you to go up to my great-aunts and great-uncles, who were alive and well when that horrific event happened, but had to flee their home because of it, and tell them the bile that you have just spewed. I hope that one of my great-aunts hits you over the head with her walking stick and lets her dog maul you to death.