The Holocaust.

I grew up in the 1980s and 1990s (1981 was my birth year), and I remember the world being a much safer and happier place for white people in those decades. To me since 911 the world has changed and white people are not as relatively safe, strong and secure as they once were. I believe that white people are declining in power and safety because of and as a consequence of the Holocaust. Decolonisation and the steady decline of former European powers since 1945 is an obvious trend through the decades of the twentieth and twenty first centuries. Also, immigration levels in white countries have soared since the Second World War. There is nothing white people can do about demographics, mass immigration and mass migration of third world peoples into their homelands because of the ism or racism? So on and so on. I think you get the picture? However, my question is what if the consequences of the Holocaust are much worse than we think? What if there is more violence and reprisals such as beheadings and terrorism in store for white people in the future? What if things are only going to get worse if we don’t fix the ism or racism? Therefore, that is my urgent appeal for the use of the Ismlessism, in that it could appease foreign or non-European religious leaders and save lives and possibly avert conflicts etc. The Ismlessism is an antidote to the ism or racism, and it could ameliorate non-white tempers (especially Muslims) across the globe. The Ismlessism is an apology for racism and the Holocaust, aimed at non-Europeans and their religious leaders as the Ismlessism is a religious or philosophical ism that is easy to understand for all age levels. It is not rocket science.

At that time Jesus said, “I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children.”

Matthew 11:25

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