There is a question that keeps haunting me, as I am doing more and more research for this blog. It is this: “Why is the Holocaust seen by most people in the world as the biggest genocide that ever happened?” How is this so firmly established into the public perception?
I mean, if you go to any browser, use any search engine, and look for “World’s Biggest Genocide,” you will soon be confronted with horrible facts about the regime of Mao. The Holocaust really isn’t the number one crime against humanity in our history.
‘According to the authoritative “Black Book of Communism,” an estimated 65 million Chinese died as a result of Mao’s repeated, merciless attempts to create a new “socialist” China. Anyone who got in his way was done away with — by execution, imprisonment or forced famine.’
65 million people! Holy mackerel! Most of these people died during “the Great Leap Forward,” one of the big reforms which Mao forced upon the people in China. And I do not know why I was hardly told about this stuff during my history lessons in high-school. That the cultural revolution in China was the biggest genocide ever.
No, I was again and again pounded with information about the second world war, the Holocaust, the nazis, the “worst thing that ever happened in the world.” And now I am wondering: “How does someone who kills ten times the number of people Hitler killed, remain less notorious?”
I believe that there are three reasons for this situation. I am not 100% sure of these reasons, so if you have an alternative idea or more information to enlighten me, please contact me. But these three reasons keep popping up during my research.
The first reason is that there are a lot of people in the Jewish community worldwide, who have big financial means. Therefore, they can promote all kinds of initiatives to ensure the Holocaust is not forgotten, to remind people that this should never happen again. And that is absolutely true.
The second reason is that the world more and more depends on China for the production of cheap products. Even though human right abuses continue to this day in China, world leaders and heads of states in general only engage in some symbolic statements about these facts. Nobody wants to offend the Chinese government for this reason.
The third reason is that China is now seen by the World Economic Forum as the “model state” for humanity. This is how the whole world should be governed, with a One World Government, that knows how to deal with the people, in a totalitarian way. And it is difficult to see a country as a model if you know how many of their own people they have killed.
I am grateful that there are those who put things in perspective, like Kel Fabie on 8list. ANY genocide is horrible, don’t get me wrong. But in these days, when the great reset is rolled out, it would be good to get a clearer picture about what kind of regime the WEF is so enthusiastic about.