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|A neologism describing the essentially religious nature of the Official Narrative of The Holocaust which, on pain of being treated treated like a heretic, must not be questioned or criticised.|
|Document:Niklaus Pfluger letter to Bishop Williamson||letter||27 December 2010||Michael Hoffman|
|A faux-humble example of self-important arrogance in a 'man of God'. A letter from a Catholic priest to his Bishop with an introduction by Michael Hoffman|
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"Holocaustianity" is a neologism that encapsulates the essentially religious nature of The Holocaust Official Narrative together with propensity for Christian Churches in general and the Catholic Church in particular, to adopt a posture of fawning subservience to Orthodox Judaism. It manifests especially in fear of mentioning "The Holocaust", other than in the hushed, reverential tones of its Official Narrative. The term is also usefully applied to a more generalised propensity for otherwise non-religious folk to treat "The Holocaust" in the manner of revealed religion and to display outrage at any suggestion that all may not be as the guardians of its Official Narrative claim.