Holocaust Deniers in Huntington Beach Hear About Hayzoos

They walk among us. 

You may have noticed a billboard at the 405 Freeway and Goldenwest Street advertising 180movie.com. 180 is a 33-minute documentary, produced by Christian evangelist Ray Comfort,  that kicks off by asking folks in Huntington Beach if they've heard of Adolf Hitler.

A sampling of responses: 

"He was kind of a president" -- young man.
"He was the guy that...was he German?" -- young woman. 
"Um...uh...this guy with a ... had a mustache." -- young man. 

Then there is "Steve", a neo-Nazi with a blue mohawk and tattoos on his face, who says he loves Hitler. He also hates black people because they're "pieces of shit." 

Steve asks Comfort who Jesus Christ was. 

Comfort: "Savior of the world!" 
Steve: "No, he was a fuckin' Jew, and what do Jews do? They lie." 

Steve, who has a tattoo of a spiderweb on his face and one of a cross between his eyes, says Christianity hasn't tricked him, because he's Greek. And if Jesus were in Auschwitz, he would give him a tattoo.

He doesn't believe Hitler killed that many people. Another Holocaust denier, who appears at least of middle age, tells Comfort to "stop talking like a Jew." 

The documentary is an entree into Comfort's efforts to evangelize. He also asks those in Huntington Beach what they think about abortion, and if they've broken the Ten Commandments. It's standard Comfort schtick -- get people to admit they're godless, then tell them about Jesus. 

"I like fornication'," Steve says. "It's fun."

Toward the end of the film, Comfort gets Steve to consider reading the Bible and think about eternal things.

"You got a cross in the middle of your eyes," Comfort says. "Think about what Jesus did on that cross."

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How bizarre that Martin Luther influenced both Evangelicals (Ray Comfort) and antisemitism.  That's why it's so strange that Comfort and a Nazi are talking.  Evangelicals owe their religion to Martin Luther who said about Jews, "base, whoring people, that is, no people of God, and their boast of lineage, circumcision, and law must be accounted as filth." They are full of the "devil's feces ... which they wallow in like swine."  The synagogue was a "defiled bride, yes, an incorrigible whore and an evil slut ..."


Do any of these anti-Semitic morons ever consider the fact that Jesus was Jewish? And it's really sick they think the horrors of the Holocaust are exaggerated. Misanthropes!


I was raised Lutheran, but I don't recall any disparaging remarks made about the Jewish people. However, right before my family officially left the flock it sure seemed a couple of the Pastors had a hard-on (pun intended) for bashing gays. (sigh)


Wish I had the space to go into the details, but ol' Luther blamed the Jews for killing God.  Kinda funny to see a christian talking smack to a nazi when Hitler marched the Jews right past the Pope into the gas chamber.



 Where's my copy of Life of Brian? 


"What have the Romans done for us, lately?"...but I digress...

What is also interesting is that when Christianity first began it was forbidden in the Roman Empire. Christians used to be fed to the lions! They had to worship in secret in the dank catacombs under the cities! It was considered a "cult"! It's something certain Christians should be reminded of when they start persecuting others for having different religious beliefs...


 Well, that's the other bit...the Romans were really to blame, but switching the emphasis to Jews worked better for making new converts to Xianity.  Gospels of John/Peter are the worst offenders as they were written much later than Mark. 


I believe that during the Holocaust the sitting Pope refused to aid the Jews in any way lest he be "promoting the cult of Jewery" as I believe he put it. Horrible!

And I think Christians who keep blaming the Jews for killing God are really shortsighted..it was in God's plan from the very beginning to send his son as a sacrifice for the sins of all mankind. If anything the Jews played a critical role in fulfilling Christ's destiny. Perhaps they should be THANKED instead of condemned, huh?

BTW...thanks for the link!

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