NEW: A school administrator in Southlake, Texas, advised teachers last week that if they have a book about the Holocaust in their classroom, they should also have a book with an “opposing” perspective.
Listen to the audio recording obtained by @NBCNews: https://t.co/vS0IjlROMu pic.twitter.com/yPtM1ncjgV
— NBC News (@NBCNews) October 14, 2021
Hot and heavy accusations of anti-semitism are being levied at the administration at Carroll Independent School District in Southlake.
During a leaked recording of a training session, Director of Curriculum Gina Peddy advises teachers to “make sure that if [they] have a book on the Holocaust, that [they] have one that has an opposing – that has other perspectives”.
A shocked female attendee of the session manages to set her phone down long enough to say, “How do you oppose the Holocaust?”.
The training follows a new state law requiring teachers to present multiple perspectives when discussing “widely debated and currently controversial” issues.
Experts conclude that the remarks made by Peddy “are indeed based.” However, Director Gina Peddy will likely be fired because of this incident.
After requesting additional feedback from viewers on twitter.com, our team of researchers were shocked when they were suddenly set upon by several radicalized holocaust believers:
Between moments of both fearing a potential Texan nazi uprising and being amused by their own intelligence, the affirmers found themselves thunderstruck when confronted with an anonymous revisionist’s rhetoric:
Hyphen-report contacted twitter.com user ‘I Like Turtles’ for further comment, but received no response.
Our panel of experts claim this sort of anti-social behavior relates to the infamous Wooden Door Syndrome – an inability or unwillingness to entertain an unpopular idea, no matter how well supported, explained or evidence based this idea may be.
Despite parts of its narrative being debated and clearly changing significantly over the decades, some continue to believe that the Holocaust couldn’t possibly have any other perspectives. Here are 3 popular examples of holocaust narrative controversies that threaten this belief:
1 – The Soap Myth and Other Ridiculous Myths
Shockingly, polling done by various 3rd parties has historically shown that this remains a common belief held by those who were intellectually molested by Jewish genocidal fantasies when they were too young to think critically.
Holocaust myths such as this persist to this day – including the infamous Lampshade Myth and the myth suggesting Hitler’s desire to genocide everyone who didn’t have blonde hair and blue eyes. Both somehow still manage to make their way into the minds of children.
Experts claim this psychologically damaging propaganda often will never be reconsidered by the victim, even after reaching adulthood. These myths are happily seeded and rarely challenged.
This isn’t even mentioning the other countless “eye-witness” accounts describing Hollywood-esque tales of poison-toothed hounds, steam chambers and masturbation machines that were published in books, newspapers and used as articles of evidence in court.
2 – Simon Wiesenthal’s Lies to the Goyim
“I said to him, ‘Simon, you are telling a lie,’” Bauer recalled in an interview Tuesday. “He said, ‘Sometimes you need to do that to get the results for things you think are essential.’”
Bauer and other historians who knew Wiesenthal said the Nazi hunter told them that he chose the 5 million number carefully: He wanted a number large enough to attract the attention of non-Jews who might not otherwise care about Jewish suffering, but not larger than the actual number of Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust, 6 million.
It caught on: President Jimmy Carter, issuing the executive order that would establish the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, referred to the “11 million victims of the Holocaust.”
-The Times of Israel
In other news, a cynical yid lies to the non-Jewish public to gain sympathy. More at 11.
3 – The numbers Mason, what do they mean?
“Oopsies! We all make mistakes sometimes. In this case, the mistake amounted merely to a modest exaggeration of only several million deaths. Surely you will forgive us, goy?” -Jew Source: apnews.com
In the beginning of the 1990s, the alleged death count at Auschwitz-Birkenau had been recalculated, resulting in a number several million less than the original estimate. Yet according to polls, people still claim that 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust. The debate continues.
Nevertheless, it’s become illegal and a social faux pas to question the Holocaust in most developed nations.
The book that started it all. Source: amazon.ca
The previously mentioned training session followed an incident where a 4th grade teacher was found providing the book “This Book Is Anti-Racist” by biracial author Tiffany Jewell, as reading material to her students. This motivated parents to complain to the school district.
As a result, the teacher was suspended, and the law passed.
In typical Republican fashion however, the law didn’t directly oppose the contents of the book, the much loathed and anti-white Critical Race Theory (CRT), but instead simply mandated material that includes other perspectives.
Experts doubt the existence of age-appropriate reading material with a significant differing perspective concerning CRT, instead arguing that “youth should not be exposed to such violent and hostile ideas, out of concern for their neurological development.”
Kids are often unable to understand either side of the argument, and their teachers are “no better”, according to an exclusive statement made by an anonymous contributor.
“The parents should’ve demanded that teachers not cover the subject matter at all.”
But despite well-placed intuition, many parents lack the means to formulate the nature of their disgust into effective arguments.
Tiffany Jewell, author of “This Book Is Anti-Racist”. Source: diversebooks.org
Tiffany Jewell said the following during a brief interview with diversebooks.org:
“In parenting (and as a teacher), anti-racism has empowered me to be able to have open and honest discussions with my children. I am a [light] Black biracial mama raising two white presenting cisgender boys. My children (ages 3 and 7 ½) have conversations about race and racism, power, white supremacy, injustice, freedom, and white, cisgender, male privilege. We don’t hide the truth from our little ones because they can handle it. If we say nothing, we’re telling our children we are complicit with racism and oppression… and we are not. “
Jewell’s widely acclaimed book is featured on The Jerusalem Post’s “Jewish anti-racist reading list for children of all ages.”
Despite the horribly Semitic sounding name, houseofnames.com states that the name Jewell “is from the ancient Anglo-Saxon culture of the Britain and comes from the baptismal name Joel. The surname Jewell [refers] to the son of Joel…”
Psychologists warn that social predators like Jewell and Jews that invent similar anti-white memes “want to weaponize your children’s minds.”
I’m so sick and tired of you subhuman goy cattle fact checking the lampshadocaust. I personally saw my uncle get turned into a lampshade. And lots of children had their eyeballs gouged out with rusty screwdrivers and glued onto the wall. This was real. It really happened. Or at least was real in my mind.
BRB, have to go hold up a sign saying “death to arabs,” while we do our latest round of violent racial cleansing. I’ll get back to you bigots later.