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Holocaust Supremacism in Newspapers Measured. Staggering!

jan peczkis|Tuesday, July 11, 2017

I have just done a detailed database study of mentions of the Holocaust (or Shoah) compared with the mentions of the somewhat-publically-known genocides of Armenians, Ukrainians, and Gypsies.   The disparity is truly staggering!   ​HOLOCAUST SUPREMACISM IN LEADING ENGLISH-LANGUAGE NEWSPAPERS

Holocaust Supremacism in Newspapers Measured. Staggering!

[In Canada, UK, and the USA. Based on search of the PROQUEST NEWSTAND database, covering July 3, 2007—July 3, 2017. Using these respective keyword combinations: (Roma or Romani or Sinti or Gypsy or Gypsies) genocide; (“Great Famine” and Ukraine) or Holodomor; Armenian Genocide; “Holocaust” or Shoah]:

MENTIONS OF THE GENOCIDES APPORTIONED:

NEWSPAPERS....GYPSIES....UKES....ARMENIANS.....JEWS

Toronto Star...........16...........30..........103...........1,357

Globe and Mail........14...........39 .........103...........1,369

Montreal Gazette.....11...........14............95...........1,876

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The Sun...................3.............0............24...........1,235

Daily Mail...............10.............7.............50...........2,392

Evening Standard......3.............2.............18.............630

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Wall Street Journal.....0.............3...........110...........1,098

New York Times........32.............8...........245...........4,654

USA Today ................5.............0.............23.............365

NOTE: The virtual monopoly of Jews and the Holocaust is even more severe than appears from the table above. This, in the case of the Canadian newspapers, owes the skewing effects of the large numbers of politically-active Ukrainians in Canada. The Armenian genocide is also more prominent than seems because of the publicity surrounding the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide (2015) and the ongoing Turkish-counterclaim controversy.
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