Prothink.org is anti-Semitic website run by Mike Delaney.
Registered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Delaney writes that the website’s goal is to “expose the world Zionist conspiracy.”
The website compiles several common themes among the anti-Semitic community, particularly a Jewish conspiracy to control the world, allegations that Jews fabricated the Holocaust, accusations that Jews control all banks and the belief that Jews were behind the 9/11 attacks. He, like other anti-Semites, fails to cite credible academics, rather he merely cites like-minded discredited bigots.
In line with other anti-Semitic websites, prothink.org offers the full version of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a fabricated anti-Semitic text that describes Jewish plans to achieve global domination.
In the sectioned titled “Holohoax,” Delaney writes:
The Holocaust refers to the alleged killings of 6 million Jews by the Nazis – many by gassings employing either Zyklon B or, mostly, diesel exhaust – as part of the Nazi plan to exterminate all Jews. The Nazis allegedly also killed millions of Poles, Gypsies, feeble-minded individuals, homosexuals, etc., though non-Jewish victims are not included as part of the Holocaust. The total tally of Nazi killings, a lot of it supposedly by gassings, is reported to be in the neighborhood of 11 million. These beliefs are promoted with a religious zeal by the Jews and aptly termed as the fundamental tenets of Holocaustianity.
To support his wild claims, Delaney presents several videos by Holocaust revisionists David Irving and David Cole who question the validity of the Holocaust. To viewers unaware of the true history of the Holocaust and Auschwitz, their propaganda can be convincing. In a world of substandard education, this is a pressing problem.
Delaney continues the section by denouncing “the brutal prosecution of the Holocaust revisionists” and complaining that “the Jews don't allow an investigation of the Holocaust.” He later writes that there is a “lack of physical evidence proving the Holocaust.” This is categorically false.
Anti-Semites have long complained that since Jews refuse to debate the Holocaust, they must be attempting to hide something. They have failed to realize that Jews do not debate the Holocaust because it is not a matter of debate, there are no questions to its validity. It is like having a scientist debate a flat earther.
He makes other wild, unsubstantiated clams that the Nazi gassings were a myth and photos of Nazi atrocities were faked. In a sickening display of ignorant anti-Semitism, he presents the following quote by fellow anti-Semite Eric Hufschmid:
I’ve looked at the WW2 photographs, but photographs of empty rooms and dead bodies do not prove the Holocaust story is true. Furthermore, a dead body in a photograph is not necessarily a dead Jew. Even if a photograph does show a dead Jew, it doesn’t prove that Nazis killed him. He may have been killed by Zionists. How do we resolve these issues? Through an investigation! But the Jews refuse to allow investigations!
In the video section, Delaney compiles a list of what he calls “The most comprehensive video education you’ll find.” These videos cover almost all the false arguments that anti-Semites have against Jews. Like other citations in his blog, the videos exclusively feature discredited non-academics.
The website also offers five downloadable flyers to promote Delaney’s brand of anti-Semitism. They include a flyer for the website, a flyer for a Holocaust denial website, and a flyer alleging that Kosher food is “scam” aimed steeling money from non-Jewish to put in the pockets of orthodox Jews.
Delaney’s site is ultimately like so many others on the internet. It collects fabricated lies from people posing to present evidence and truth. In a world where people have trouble differentiating truth from fabricated truth, this is a danger.