Why is there so much focus on Hitler and the Holocaust in the American school system? Year after year, we were reminded of the nazis and what happend to the Jews. However, why did we not ever learn about how many died under Stalin rule? Or during the rape of Nanking? Or under Pol Pot? Or under Mao Zedong? Why are the Nazis so vehemently vilified when other countries have done so much worse?
Just go to /pol/ and make a Jew thread instead of this shitty bait.
On the off chance you actually want a serious answer, it's the same reason why Western history in general gets much more coverage than Eastern history in America.
I don't know about you, but the school system in my part of America, or my states' common core, doesn't mention shit about Hitler, any of the years. Whatsoever, and it's starting to piss me off, because I think at least ONE mention, or lesson over the SS, and final solution etc, is needed. It's almost as if, they stopped giving a fuck, about one of the largest conflicts of the 20th century
The Australian education system is stupid bias on this topic, they boil WW2 down to "Hitler was a bad man, but don't worry kids, we beat him fair and square". They tell you nothing of his motivations or the events leading to his defeat
No one actually cares if Asians killed each other.
Holocaust hits home because you'd expect Western civilizations would have been above systematic and effective persecution and genocide. The typical communist genocide reeks of sheer incompetence.
Why is there no focus on the USA exploiting both, nature and human being in the American school system?
Year after year, we were reminded of nazis and what happend to the Jews. However, why did we not ever learn about how many childs get exploited under US American brands? Or families and people that get killed? Or labour unions getting wrecked by brands like Coca-Cola?
Why are the Nazis so vehemently vilified when the USA and it's economics have done su much worse?
First, you should answer these questions, m8