The Holohoax Hologram
IT’S EXTREMELY IMPORTANT that Soviet war propaganda be preserved for whatever dwindling future generations the goyim are able to produce. My spellcheck still puts a red line under Holodomor, but the real issue is making sure the shkotzim continue to feel guilt for exaggerated and imaginary crimes committed by a country that will be a kaliphate in a decade or two. G*d knows, the amount of information and embarrassing fiction about the time the Jew was forced to work is unbelievably small, so much more needs to be done to ensure that every piece of unclean meat feels profound and suicidal guilt over events that, if you want to get super technical, didn’t actually happen. Fortunately technology is on the case, bringing back the heroes who survived being made into a living room set to lecture the non-chosen about the special and unique sufferink.
Pinchas Gutter goes out of his way to find me biscuits. In a sun-baked living room in his north London home, he opens a packet of Rich Tea, sits down and tells me about the Holocaust.
Oy, so humid in here! And such small biscuit portions. Ever hear of the Holocaust, you dumb gentile? Well, take a seat, this one’s a whopper.
Gutter was seven years old when the second world war broke out. He lived in the Warsaw ghetto for three and a half years, took part in its uprising, survived six Nazi concentration camps — including the Majdanek extermination camp — and lived through a death march across Germany to Theresienstadt in occupied Czechoslovakia.
Not only death camps, but also death marches! Those are the worst kind! The super efficient German killing machine was no match for a snot-nosed chosenite who repeatedly avoided the homicidal gas chambers, electric belts, gas ovens, killer condors, skull crushing machines, fire pits, random machine gunning, etc. Even more amazing, this worthless Jew was a partisan and as such it would have been perfectly within the rules of war to put it down, but the merciless and irredeemably evil nawrtzees couldn’t even be bothered with that, instead shuffling g*d’s favorite pre-teen around like the bad news no one wants to deliver.
“Remembrance is the secret of redemption, while forgetting leads to exile,” he says, quoting the Baal Shem Tov, the founder of Hasidic Judaism.
Never forgiving the hated cattle is at the very heart of my deeply spiritual faith that also promises that you’ll be my slave one day.
“For me this whole thing is about not forgetting. Because if you forget, you repeat it over and over again. To me, the great importance of testimony is not to forget what people are capable of.”
Sitting opposite him here in Hampstead, meeting his eyes and hearing his voice, the idea of forgetting this extraordinary story seems impossible.
Only the legendary Jewish reputation for total and complete honesty allowed me to swallow this obviously false and intentionally manipulative kosher waste matter.
One week later I am staring into Gutter’s eyes again. But these eyes are on a screen in the Alternate Realities strand of Sheffield’s international documentary festival. The version of Gutter projected on the monitor is a prototype for a responsive hologram that will be wheeled into classrooms, lecture halls and museums.
Finally a way to guilt the goyim without the hard work of repeating the deceitful drivel over and over. Now the “haters” can argue with a projected image, while I’m far away, counting the geld. This is the exciting new world of the holohoax shuck. Just wheel the electronic Jew into the classroom and pour guilt on the brown slaves promised by the talmud.
The idea is that the audience asks questions and pre-recorded memories from Gutter will respond — much as if you’re talking to the real person. This virtual Gutter meets my gaze and tilts his head when I speak into the microphone.
“Excuse me, Mr. Projected Jew, but did you know it can take ninety minutes or more to cremate an adult body and this requires about eight gallons of gasoline? Here’s a picture of a real gas chamber — it resembles a bank vault. Besides, wasn’t it fire pits? That was the original claim.” Smoke and sparks begins erupting out of the base, the malfunctioning chosen is quickly wheeled out of the room.
The project, called New Dimensions in Testimony, was thought up by concept developer Heather Maio, and was made in a collaboration between the University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) and the Shoah Foundation — an organisation dedicated to making and archiving interviews with survivors and witnesses of genocide.
Wow, really? Can’t wait to see their archive on the Armenian genocide. What do you mean, there isn’t one?
The team at ICT then used natural language processing software to help create an interactive version of the video footage, with vocal cues triggering responses from the pool of recorded speech.
The result is the most natural Jew behavior you’ll ever see, relatively free of garment-rending, cursing in Hebrew and calling non-Jews countless derogatory names in between demanding our destruction.
Maio says 12 Holocaust survivors have so far been interviewed in this manner, adding that there are plans to advance the intelligence of the computer learning — giving the program the ability to track what the recording has said and tailor the order of its responses to fit.
Oy gevalt, the precious twelve enduring the computerized holohoax. We were forced to talk about our favorite subject, all Whites must pay, the crime of our age.
Instead of AI, Stephen Smith, executive director of the Shoah Foundation, says we should consider New Dimensions in Testimony as a voice-activated search engine. He emphasizes that no new content has been added beyond that in the 25 hours of video footage with Gutter.
Think of it as a search engine that only returns Jew-approved lies and drivel. You know, like Google.
Smith says audience members have applauded the virtual Gutter, thanked him, argued with him. “One woman apologised to him for the negligence of the world, telling him she would have willingly traded places with him had she been alive then.”
Blunder around Europe for a few years, hit the kosher shakedown lottery afterwards, what a hero to bravely accept such a horrible fate.
Having Gutter staring at me as he answered my question on the Warsaw uprising, or about whether he still believed in God, was affecting on an instinctive level.
The Jew clearly still believes in g*d, in the form of the holy trinity of indoctrination, nation-wrecking and the shekel.
Nonny de la Peña’s Project Syria recreates a rocket attack in the Aleppo district of Syria to shocking effect; the National Theatre-produced Home: Aamir is a 360° video account of life in the Calais Jungle camp; Jane Gauntlett’s Dancing with Myself subtly and effectively communicates the experience of living with epilepsy; and the Guardian’s own 6×9 combines VR with more traditional testimony about the effects of solitary confinement.
It’s not limited to tall tales from Europe’s Second Suicide Attempt, it can be used for all sorts of anti-White propaganda. We need more rapefugees, war with Syria and Russia and now I have to go have a seizure. Thanks, kosher technology!
For now, the honour system seems to be working well but once the technology to create this sits on all of our phones and anyone can manipulate a 3D scan of a human and put it in any environment, a new form of abuse could well emerge.