I question this. I don't see any Jews doing this. They may resist efforts to deny the Holocaust (and rightly so, as Holocaust denial should be resisted), but they aren't wailing as if someone they know has just died.
That name "Holocaust".
Such is a weird "technical word", and I still searching who invented it that way.
As a technical term it means "genocide", right?
And genocide is the killing of people of a certain origin, race. class, etc.
Some definitions add planning of the killing.
I guess that the killing of hundreds of thousands of people in WW2 was indeed planned, but from my point of view, the planning was not for extermination purposes but that it was a necessary action in order to destroy the great war machine of Hitler.
Anyway, on TV I saw programs were money is asked and "survivors" of the Holocaust are seen giving their version of their suffering and sniff sniff, people send money to help them.
The war is over, it happened 70 years ago, all this propaganda like a bleeding open wound is just a circus where smart dudes take advantage of others by playing the "forever victims"
You say you don't believe in the Holocaust, and these dudes attack you saying you are anti-Semite, that Hitler this and that, they put you on "ignore", they group themselves against you, etc.
Look, the biblical Abraham cried for his wife an entire month, later on he got married again and even had concubines. The bible says that he had several more children.
I strongly suggest that Jews must imitate father Abraham, and should remember the deaths of WW2 for a month and later keep going.
For people who lost someone they cared about the pain will never end.
For people who merely insist that the truth never be forgotten, that isn't exactly wailing the way you described. It is more like justified outrage.
Again, these dudes must imitate father Abraham.
Any psychologist will suggest a treatment to an individual who is not capable to let go and recover after losing a family member.
Here we have thousands if not millions of dudes who must receive treatment to be capable of letting go and recover. The Holocaust page must be turned and a new page must be written.
A mental institution is for serious disorders. I can see a good argument though for providing psychiatric help for victims of all sorts (not just genocide victims).
But if by "can't let go" you merely mean those who resist Holocaust denial, that isn't a cause for psychiatry. It is well and proper that people refuse to let the past be whitewashed.
You are mixing exagerate remembrance of deaths of a war that happened 70 years ago with Holocaust deniers.
In this discussion, one thing has nothing to do with the another.
Those dudes must let go and start a new life or get into a mental institution.
Can you imagine if all the people start remembering their dead family members and friends who died up 70 years ago or beyond?
The whole society should become nuts watching people asking for the building of museums to post pictures of accidents that happened decades ago, and so forth.
Such behavior is unacceptable