For the few remaining Christians, the true Holocaust remembrance day is Good Friday, the day when the ideological ancestors of those who contrived today’s “Holocaust Remembrance Day” holocausted Jesus Christ, God incarnate, on the cross at Golgotha, which is (for those who believe that Christ really is God incarnate) the worst crime possible by an infinite margin; a theological and philosophically inescapable truth forsaken by every nominal Christian theologian and philosopher of this generation.
But it’s not only for the purpose of blotting out the true Holocaust of God incarnate that the self-chosen’s “Holocaust Remembrance Day” was concocted. It’s also intended to blot out countless holocausts of non-Judaic people, particularly those instigated, enabled or outright perpetrated by the self-chosen themselves.
Let us make a special effort to remember those other countless holocausts today. Here is one, all but flushed down the memory hole, which set in course many centuries of holocaust for Ireland: