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Why are you still doing a TV show about the Holocaust?

Why are we still doing TV shows about the Holocaust?

We are still discussing this, you see.

If you have no problem with that, that’s okay.

But if you think that a TV series about the  Holiday season is about anything other than that, then you don’t understand what I am saying. 

I’m not saying that this is the best way to understand the Holocaust, of course. 

But this is a way to get to know the topic in an accessible way.

And it’s also a way of getting to know your audience, because you have to talk about these subjects because of the sheer volume of them. 

And then you have a chance to say, “Oh, but we have these other subjects, too.

We have this other topic, too.” 

You know, for example, if you were to take a look at a newspaper or a magazine, and you read something about the history of the Holocaust, and then you think about, oh, the other subjects that we have about the war and about the genocide, and the crimes, and what happened there, and all of that, you’re going to have a hard time getting it out of your head that you’re just being pedantic. 

You have to be really interested in the subject.

You have to know what it is, and you have to care about the subject in some way. 

So why do we continue to talk and read about the holocaust?

Because it’s something we can relate to. 

It’s something that we can really relate to in our own lives. 

We’re all human beings.

And in a way, we’re all connected. 

What you do, and how you behave, and your relationships to others, are very important things.

And that’s why you can talk about the history of the Holocaust in a variety of ways.

You can be a person who thinks about the events, but you also can be one who thinks that there are other things you should be thinking about.

You don’t have to have all the answers, of a certain sort, but at least you can know that you have different kinds of answers. 

Because in a world that has been built around us, it’s important to have some kind of understanding of what we are dealing with. 

This is not to say that all people who are involved in the Holocaust are the same, or that all Holocaust survivors are the exact same. 

There are people who died during the holodomor, people who survived the Kosovo genocide, people whose family members were killed, people with disabilities who died, and others. 

If we were to go by the statistics, for instance, about one in five Holocaust survivors had been abused or had been raped, that would mean that there were probably a million or so people who have been affected by the Holocaust. 

That’s not all of us, but it’s a lot of people. 

Why do we keep talking about the Nazi holocaust, and not talk about other holocausts? 

It comes down to the fact that we’re interested in talking about this topic. 

How else would we have an understanding of why we are doing this? 

Because it’s really important to understand why we’re doing this. 

Our society has been constructed around the idea of the “right of nations,” and we have always been taught that this “right” is something that must be exercised in order to preserve the nation. 

The Holocaust is a kind of “right to revenge,” because we’ve been taught to think that it was the “national interest” to punish the Jews. 

In the Holocaust we were told that it was the “legitimate” right of the Jewish people to retaliate against the Christian people, and that the Jewish people were not responsible for what was happening to the European people. 

At the same time, we have been taught, in the modern era, that we must do everything to prevent the Jews from ever ever ever coming back to their homes again. 

A Holocaust denialist, in other words, is a person whose belief in the “Right of Nations” is completely divorced from the idea that the right to retaliate against the Jews is something we should be able to do. 

No matter how hard you try, we are never going to be able to be the “rightful” victims of this “right.” 

So what do we do? 

Well, let’s just get a bit more concrete. 

Are there really only two kinds of Holocaust denialists? 

 Are we all just people who want to be persecuted because we are victims of the holocron? 

Yes, of course. 

Do we need to fight for the truth? No

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