There were widespread celebrations in thousands of Jewish communities all over the world today, as Happy Holocaust Day passed off peacefully without major incident or mass exterminations.
Happy Holocaust Day marks the alleged events during World War II, when we are supposed to believe that 6,000,000 Jews died at the hands of the NSDAP and its then-leader, Adolf Hitler.
Today, though, all that was just a distant memory.
In Warsaw, there were no reports of thousands of Jews being cordoned-off into a ghetto and starved to death, and at Auschwitz with its deserted camp, trainloads of men, women and children, earmarked for annihilation, did not turn up at the station.
In Germany itself, trains ran on time as usual, with little or no increase in the number of passengers travelling to destinations such as Treblinka or Buchenwald.
Speculation as to whether or not the Holocaust actually happened has divided Germans since 1945, and many Krauts believe it has all been a cruel hoax. One disbeliever, Ron Demjanjuk, said:
"I voss jast following orders!"
Someone who maintains that the attempted extermination of Yiddish people did, indeed, take place, is Ernst Shylock, 99, whose wife was one of those allegedly gassed in Poland in 1944. He told us:
"I vonce bought a lampshade in Dresden zat bore an uncanny resemblance to my darlink Elsa."