Archangel Michael’s recent comments on holocaust denial follow this article.
Auschwitz 75 years on: Holocaust Day prompts new anti-Semitism warnings
BBC.com, Jan. 27, 2020
Holocaust survivors and international leaders are honouring victims of the Nazis at the former Auschwitz death camp, amid calls to fight resurgent anti-Semitism.
The presidents of Israel and Poland – Reuven Rivlin and Andrzej Duda – laid wreaths together, 75 years after Soviet troops liberated the camp.
About 1.1 million people, mostly Jews, were murdered at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Mr Rivlin warned of “voices which spread hate” and threaten democracy.
“Our duty is to fight anti-Semitism, racism and fascist nostalgia – those sick evils,” he said.
He and President Duda laid wreaths at the Death Wall, where the Nazis shot thousands of prisoners.
The vast Auschwitz-Birkenau camp complex, in Nazi-occupied southern Poland, was the regime’s most notorious killing centre.
Thousands of Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, Gypsies (Roma) and other persecuted groups also died there.
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Nazi Germany murdered about six million Jews in its campaign to dominate other races and nations.
This may be the last major anniversary where so many survivors are able to attend.
In Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron spoke at a ceremony to mark the 75th anniversary, including additions to a wall of remembrance for 77,000 Jews deported to concentration camps from France.
Three women who were part of a quiet resistance against the Nazis in Berlin
The Shoah Memorial was renovated, with 175 extra names and 1,498 more birth dates added after research in Holocaust archives.
“The return of anti-Semitism is not just a problem for Jews. It is a problem for all of us. It is the Republic’s problem,” President Macron said.
More than 200 survivors travelled to Auschwitz from across the globe to mark the 75th anniversary. Many wore blue-and-white scarves – a reminder of the striped prison uniforms that victims wore in the concentration camps.
A woman who was born in the camp a few months before liberation, 75-year-old Jadwiga Wakulska, said “my mother was holding me in her arms as a four-month-old child, as she was standing in line to the gas chamber…
“We were coming closer and closer to the gas block and one of the Germans saw me. He looked at me and since I was a blonde baby with blue eyes he took me aside and told me I will survive. Thanks to that we survived. My mum says that thanks to the fact that I had a Nordic appearance, I saved her and myself.”
Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Jan. 18, 2020
Steve Beckow: Did the Holocaust really happen in the way that the current historical version says it did or has the history been manipulated?
Archangel Michael: The history has been manipulated insofar as the level of abomination, the level of horror has been softened.
Steve: [Surprised] Softened?
Steve: Really? You mean there is more than 6 million?
AAM: No, it is not a simple numbers game. And it is something that tends to happen in the realm of human history just as you have been somewhat taken aback, my brother, when I’ve said to you that pedophilia has been a common practice for thousands of years and this horrifies you because it has been softened.
It is not just a numbers game. It is the horror of people torturing, maiming, imprisoning, killing others from a sense of entitlement, of control, of a willingness to abuse.
So the further it gets [i.e., recedes in time], the impact of what truly has gone on has been softened. And in that, the danger in that, just as in pedophilia, is that it opens the door to more comfortable interpretations of what has transpired and that is not positive.
Steve: Well, many people are saying that only 300,000 people were killed in the concentration camps…
AAM: That is not true
Steve: Can we fix the number? I guess it’s hard to fix the number.
AAM: You can use 6 million.