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It turns out that this mythical six million figure, long since discredited even by mainstream Holohoax historians, comes from a Jewish-Talmudic religious myth that says “ye shall return minus six million” or “you shall return to the land of Israel with six million less”, and of course WW2 birthed the modern state of Israel which was established in 1948.
Israeli Jews often excuse their systematic genocide of Palestinians and theft of Palestinian lands by bringing up the so-called Holocaust™ of WW2, which any serious researcher and critical thinker knows by now is a fraud of collosal proportions. without the Holocaust, there would be no Jewish State.” A simple consequence: Given six million Jews gassed at Auschwitz who ended up in the “burning ovens” (the Greek word holocaust means burned offerings), therefore, the prophecies have now been “fulfilled” and Israel can become a “legitimate state”.
The first and most important point is that while all three monotheistic faiths have a concept of Messianic redemption, the idea originates in Judaism. In other words, at the end of history we will return spiritually and ethically to where we came from.
Judaism first introduced the idea of an all-powerful God who acts in history, transforming history into a controlled process that leads to a destination. The Jewish idea of redemption is synonymous with all humanity living together in peace and brotherhood, in a close spiritual relationship with the infinite Creator of the universe.
(Some would argue that Mayor Guilliani has played a similar role!
–A Correspondent 1921- White Russian patriots gain ground on the Jewish Bolshevik usurpers of their nation.
In a vein attempt to disguise their heavy involvement in murderous Bolshevism, Jews reel out the “six million” myth once again.
The significance of the millennia -- a one thousand year period -- is specifically Christian, and has no real relevance to Judaism, yet Judaism does give a time frame, or a deadline, so to speak, for the final redemption.
[See Talmud-Rosh Hashanah 29:a] Jewish tradition teaches that the Messiah will have to come by the year 6,000 of the Jewish calendar (we are currently in 5760 so we have a maximum of 240 years left), but it doesn't preclude him coming prior to that date.