YouTube Video Purports to Show California Schoolgirl Boasting of ‘A’ Grade for Holocaust-Denying Essay (VIDEO)

May 20, 2013 2:22 pm 18 comments

15-year-old California school girl Jazzy, who purportedly received an "A" on a report that refutes several facts about the Holocaust. Photo: Libertyfight.com.

A video purporting to show a 15-year-old California school girl boasting about a school paper she wrote that denies several facts about the Holocaust is making the rounds on the internet.

The fringe conspiracy touting hate website LibertyFight, which is run by blogger Martin Hill, first reported the claim, in an article celebrating the girl, Jazzy. An accompanying video shows the girl explaining the motivation for her paper. According to Hill: “Upon completion of her research, she decided to submit a report for a school project in an elective class she was taking for extra credit. She titled it ‘Holohoax,’ and got an A on the report!”

At the time of publication, The Algemeiner was unable to confirm the authenticity of the report.

Watch the vulgar video of Jazzy below:

18 Comments

  • Nadene van Staden

    Jazzy,you better hope that you never expierence what the Jews did in the camps.As I have said before this world is evil and calls good evil and evil good.you only have to look at the morals of many people today and see why the world is falling apart.I saw the film for myself on what had happened to those Jews.You might be young still but honestly you need to get your facts straight.Bh I would not go as far as to say there is nothing to be afraid of consequences will always come as God tells us.
    Let your words be few.

  • Poor 15 year old and the moron coaching her

  • The Nazis themselves kept scrupillous records of their victims. One need no more accurate resource then the words of their own murderers.

    Poor child who is being used by evil people. “A” is only a letter of the alphabet. It does not verify education.

    Take this from a former school teacher!

  • She is simply dumb

  • This poor girl is a perfect example of the term “useful idiot”.

  • Fredric M. London

    And, let us not forget the Palestinians, so fervent in their desire for peace, they hung a peace symbol (isn’t that what the Nazi flag was?) over a house!

  • Fredric M. London

    Ignorance uber alles. Anyone who wants to tell me the right wing is benign, this group of sub-human vermin are just one tiny step further towards the lunatic fringe than the so-called mainstream right wing. Jew hatred has always been, is now, and probably always will be, a mainstay of the right wing, in Hungary, in Germany, in Austria, in the UK, in France, in Poland, everywhere. When they get their chance, they will finish the job begun by Hitler.

    I think this little moron, her family, and this hate organization, need to be dragged to Auschwitz and Yad Vashem. Perhaps they would like to try the non-existent gas chambers?

  • The kid is an idiot coming from an idiot
    background.

    She might want to become a reporter for the
    New York Times.

  • This girl is obviously being coached by the guy speaking to her; go after him, or the other targets described by ‘Theresa’, but leave the kid out of it. And remove the video. A teenager has almost a right to be stupid.
    JB Silver

  • Bobby Feldman

    I’ve watched this ugly example of “Child Abuse” , for this young lady , of limited scholastic background, has been manipulated by “an Uncle” and this “BS Blogger” from “the Rebel” Disgusting to create a Hater in the young, who are like sponges, absorbing dirty water.

  • Kris Kristian

    This little Jew hater &^*^%* and her parents and her teachers should be made to pay for a visit to Aushwitz, Trblinka etc, the gas chanbers and crematoria, and be shown films taken when the US troops entered the concentration camps and Eisenhour made the army take films and pictures of what they saw, “so that no stupid bastard can deny this ever happened.”

    Well, Eisenhour’s command to his troops should be something that these idiots must learn. They should send a letter to every newspaper in America, to apologize for what they have written and done.

  • Theresa, I cannot disagree more. When children are indoctrinated into this type of mindset it is very important news which we all need to pay attention to. Look at the Hitler youth. Look at the hatred that Palestinian children spew against Jews. Now this is in American?! This is super scary and requires our attention. It is a huge escalation to the level of anti-semitism that is spreading in our country. And, yes, we need to show the video so people can see with their own eyes.

  • Boo!!! Boo!!!! On Algeimeiner for re-posting this video which will have devasting consequences on a MINOR!!!
    Yes her opinion is racist and obviously her research is flawed…. But SHE IS A MINOR!!!! She has the right to be MISTAKEN!!!!
    If there is a monster it is those who should know better than to destroy a CHILD!
    Go after the school, the teacher, the curriculum… But the NOT the child!!!
    SHAME on you!

    • Nobody went after her. She put herself out there.

    • MINORS KILL TOO!

      They did during the Shoah, they do today in Israel (my neighbor’s 16 year old daughter was lapidated by Arab minors).

      At 15 she better learn that there are consequences to action, since she seems not to have learnt that yet.

      Her family is the real disgust, though, you are right, and so is her teacher.

    • What’s the difference? All that’s going to happen is a few polite, well-written letters. A 15 year old can ignore it as easily as a 51 year old.

      Why wouldn’t people mess with us? There is absolutely nothing to be afraid of except perhaps a meek finger-waging.

    • CuriousDave

      She may be a minor, but she does have the “right” to be corrected and presented with the proof that the Holocaust happened.” Hopefully this will be a learning experience for her – to learn to think critically, not only about claims of seemingly impossible events like the Holocaust, but also of those who deny them.

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