In a suburban Cincinnati office park, white nationalists have found their lawyer – and an ally

You probably haven’t heard of James Kolenich. You will.

Source: In a suburban Cincinnati office park, white nationalists have found their lawyer – and an ally

Kolenich also called into question the estimated number of six million Jewish people killed during the Holocaust, and even if it actually happened.

He said he’s never been called a neo-Nazi before, and that he wouldn’t care if he was. “If being Christian is equated with being a neo-Nazi in this society, then that’s just how it has to be,” he said. “‘It’ (being a Nazi) is something that I would reject, all things being equal, but there’s nothing I can do about it in modern society.”

Kolenich said the Holocaust gets too much attention.

“You can’t call the Jew Holocaust into question, right?” said Kolenich. “How many millions, tens of millions of Russians were slaughtered during the Soviet Union… you never hear about it right? Don’t want to talk about it. Just the magic six million. So Christians really shouldn’t fall for that. The Holocaust is the execution, the crucifixion of Christ. The most important event in human history is His Resurrection, not, this Jewish Holocaust even if it did happen.”