The only “opposing perspective” that can be taught to kids about the Holocaust is “The Holocaust was good, actually.”

11:39 AM · Oct 15, 2021

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The Diary of Ann Coulter.
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It’s not an “opposing perspective” to deny the Holocaust’s existence. An “opposing perspective” would just be praising it instead of denouncing it.
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Replying to @OhNoSheTwitnt
Don't forget the 'Should we test the Holocaust methods on other people we dislike? Why or why not?' questions at the end of the chapter.
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Replying to @OhNoSheTwitnt
I was thinking a copy of ‘Mein Kampf’
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To be fair that's pretty much what we teach them about the 57 million person American genocide
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Replying to @OhNoSheTwitnt
"It never happened. And anyway they had it coming." The standard Holocaust denial formula.
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Replying to @OhNoSheTwitnt
I've suggested a heartwarming tale of children bonding in the Hitler youth movements. That would be a great addition to a classroom library. 🙄 Or definitely not.
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Replying to @OhNoSheTwitnt
Mein Kamph coloring book with a box of white crayons.
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Replying to @OhNoSheTwitnt
Or: it never happened/was exaggerated. Started 2020 having this surprising argument with a ‘friend’, who learned that Auschwitz wasn’t a camp from a YouTube video.
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