[From "Our Research Found That One Industry is Booming Under the Coronavirus Lockdown"]
Virtually every business on earth is in some state of collapse right now. If we exclude virologists and epidemiologists who are now getting paid to pump out silly graphs, and the microbiologists and immunologists working on vaccines, there is only one industry that has actually massively increased during this lockdown.
The Holocaust industry.
I have always made a point to check how many articles a day are syndicated through Google News each day about the Holocaust, and I have found that it averages about 15. Under the lockdown, those numbers have doubled. In the last 24 hours as an example, more than thirty articles have been published about the Holocaust.
Two of those are not about the Jewish Holocaust or Jewish Holocaust related subject matter, but simply use the word “Holocaust” to refer to a mass death event. However, it spills over into the fourth page, putting the total number of Jewish Holocaust articles in the last 24 hours at 32. It’s an unprecedented number of articles for a day when there is no major Holocaust discussion in the mainstream media.
Why are they publishing all these articles about the Holocaust during this event, you ask?
Well, I can think of a few reasons.
• Jewish internet journalists who don’t write about politics have nothing else to write about because nothing else is happening, so they instinctively go to the Holocaust.
• Jewish identity is fundamentally tied to the Holocaust, so mentions of the Holocaust bring positive feelings about the in-group among Jews (similar to the way talking about Christmas gives you positive feelings about your family). They are writing these articles for other Jews who are on lockdown and need to be reminded that they are part of a tightly knit community.
• The Jews think they are going to be blamed for the virus and/or the lockdown, so they are reminding people that they can never again be blamed for anything, because of the six million.
I think it’s probably all three.
Good work, if you can get it.