The excuse used by Amazon to bow to demands from Yad Vashem and other Jewish pressure groups to ban all holocaust™ revisionist books—namely a supposed “increase in anti-Semitism”—has been proven to be yet another fake “hate crime” hoax, perpetrated by a Jew in Israel.
In February 2017, Jewish organizations first started pressing Amazon to ban all revisionist titles, citing an alleged “increase in anti-Semitism” following the election of Donald Trump.
The major reason given at the time for the demands was given by Robert Rozett, director of the Yad Vashem Libraries, in an email to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos: namely that “given the presence of anti-Semitism around the globe, which has become more prevalent in recent years, we strongly urge you to remove books that deny, distort and trivialize the Holocaust from your store” (Jerusalem Post, Feb. 23, 2017).
The “increase in anti-Semitism” was the direct result of over 100 bomb threats made to Jewish Community Centers, schools, synagogues and institutions around the country.
The mass media went into overdrive, carrying hysterical headlines such as “More bomb threats target Jewish community. Trump finally responds” (CNN, February 27, 2017), and “Jewish Community Centers Face Third Wave of Bomb Threats Nationwide,” NBC News, Feb. 2, 2017).
Based on this “surge” in “anti-Semitic” incidents, Amazon bowed down to the Jewish demands from Israel to remove all revisionist books—but now it has transpired that the “threats” themselves came from Israel!
As the Jerusalem Post admitted, a “Dual US-Israeli Citizen [is] Behind Most JCC Bomb Threat Calls” (Jerusalem Post, March 23, 2017).
According to that newspaper, the Jew, “living in Ashkelon,” has been arrested for “being behind most of a series of bomb and other threats to Jewish communities in the US, Europe, Australia and New Zealand that date back around six months, the Israel Police announced.”
The newspaper went on to admit that “most of the threats against the Diaspora communities and organizations led investigators back to Israel.”
The Jew’s father has also been arrested, and the court extended his detention until March 30, saying he appeared to be involved in most of the same crimes and many of the threatening telephone calls.
The motivations for the fake “hate crimes” are still being discussed by the mass media, and doubtless they will try and explain the “threats” away as being done by someone who is “mentally ill.”
In reality, as everyone knows, the occurrence of fake “hate crimes” is extremely common, especially among Jews, and there is a long record of fake “threats” and “swastika daubing” going back many years.
More importantly, it is now obvious that the justification used by Amazon and Yad Vashem to censor the holocaust revisionist books was bogus: and, like the six million myth itself, manufactured out of thin air.
There is unlikely to be any retraction on the part of the Jewish organizations for their claims of “anti-Semitic hate crimes,” nor is there likely to be any reversal on the part of Amazon’s decision.
But at least one of the largest cats is now out of the bag, and not even the mass media can disguise the fact that “hate crimes” are largely a hoax, perpetrated more often than not by the supposed “victims” for their devious political agendas and efforts to censor genuine historical research.