Roger Tucker wrote, "Like lawyers, we could go round and round about the historical facts of the case, but they aren't really the problem. What matters is that tribal Jewry has managed to elevate the suffering of the Jews above what has been endured by all other identity groups. And this is the crux of it, as Atzmon constantly points out - aggressive and relentless identity politics, i.e., fascism."
The means by which they "elevate the suffering of the Jews above what has been endured by all other identity groups" are 1) inflating the number of Jews killed 2) exaggerating and fabricating the means and 3) ignoring the numbers of others who died.
It is simply astounding that anyone with a modicum of ethics could ignore that the number of Jews killed has been inflated, inflated not as speculation but as irrefutable, irrefutable because of a lengthy narrative built upon itself with "trust us" (including obvious perjurers as primary sources), trust our interpretation and reading of various events and documents to the exclusion of all other possible interpretations/readings as the underlying ostensible evidence of "The Holocaust" and reason why the state of Israel was allowed as late as 1948 as a racist-Jewish state on the backs of non-Jew Palestinians.
The intentional inflation of the number of Jews killed is the prime issue. Deliberate lies about methods and the intentional marginalizing of the number of others (non-Jews) who died are also parts of the issue. It started, however, with the intentional inflation. The "facts" were then progressively revealed all fixed around the 6 million.
That said, I want to distance myself from the false logic that because the Jews have been hated as an ethnic group it necessarily follows that those who hated them as such had just cause. I want to distance myself from it even though many did have just cause to hate many aspects of what is called Jewishness.