The orthodox version of the Jewish Holocaust IS A provable distortion, war time atrocity propaganda and the more that people become educated about THIS FACT, the deeper it will dig the Jewish grave.
They want this same kind of censorship here in the US, too. In fact, the Jews have extremely well-funded, organized operations like the Anti-defamation League (about 45 million a year budget), dedicated to covering up and obfuscating of any inconvenient facts about the holocaust and Jewry in general. Hell, the mainstream media itself works totally in conjunction with Jewry to keep Americans stupid.
Sometime in the mid-to-late 1970’s, Global Jewry made a decision to turn up the holocaust propaganda dial on America (see below). Surely you’ve noticed how prevalent the holocaust brainwashing has become and how it keeps getting more intense by the year. America now has something like 16 holocaust museums (a substantial part of the budgets are paid for by your state and federal tax dollars). They have plans for even more. In Europe, they are even making holocaust indoctrination classes mandatory for small school children! That’s already occuring in America, to some extent.
Graphic from Just read down the list and THINK! Threatened with jail in his native Germany (just for saying the above — think about that), Rudolf fled to America for , married an American citizen and had a child over here. But the Zionist-manipulated US government had him arrested and deported back to Germany where the Zionist power structure in control of Germany, too, had him thrown into the slammer. For real. And he isn’t the only one who had this sort of thing happen to him, either. Considering what some people have gone through over this long ago historical period, I would think you could at least spend a lousy few minutes reading a little on the subject, or maybe watching a short video or two.
OK, here’s the deal in a nutshell via this quicky graphic of what I and a lot of other people say about the so-called holocaust (see videos below):
The children’s museum is particularly heart-wrenching; in a dark room filled with candles and mirrors, the names of Jewish children who perished in the Holocaust are read aloud with their places of birth.
The Holocaust cannot be described, it cannot be communicated, it is unexplainable. To me it is a mystical event. I have the feeling almost of sin when I speak about it. 
Mystic that he is, Wiesel believes in the profound importance of silence. What is said is frequently as weighty as what said. For example, God not only gave thewords of the Torah, he left spaces between the words, the silence of which is pregnantwith meaning. Wiesel so respects the significance of silence that he fears the overuse ofwords. Asked what are his feelings when he completes a book, he responds, "Naturallythe anguish comes: whether I have not said too much it's never too little but toomuch."  His books tend to be short and hissentences clipped. His subject, the horror of the Holocaust, can only be vulgarized if oneattempts to say too much about it. For this reason, he actually writes theHolocaust, not directly it. He maintains,
A story is narrated in Shevet Yehuda about Jews who fled their village, their country. They boarded a ship which eventually they had to abandon. They landed on a desert. Hunger, thirst, disease befell them; many died. Amongst them was a pious man whose wife had died of hunger. He continued his march, hoping to reach a Jewish settlement. His two children were too weak, so he carried them. They, too, died and he went on carrying them. When he finally realized that he was the last survivor, the pain was so sharp he fainted. When he came to, he looked around first, and then he looked up to the sky and addressed God: "Master of the Universe, I know what you want; you want me to stop believing in you but you won't succeed, you hear me, you won't succeed!" 
But for me, with my leanings and obsessions, searching as I was for some meaning to the jumbled mass of my Jewish childhood and to the Holocaust, Israel and Palestine, it was epiphany.