Psychological projection is a theory developed by the Jew Sigmund Freud in which humans defend themselves against unpleasant impulses by denying their existence in themselves, while attributing them to others. It accurately defines the nature of Freud’s own tribe’s psychopathy. Freud considered that in projection thoughts, motivations, desires, and feelings that cannot be accepted as one’s own are dealt with by being placed in the outside world and attributed to someone else. What the ego repudiates is split off and placed in another. To some extent this explains the concealment of Jewish atrocities against Europeans under Jewish ‘holocaust’ propaganda. Nevertheless, the Jew clearly feels no guilt or remorse for his barbaric crimes against the European race but European knowledge of his crimes would induce retribution therefore demanding that the Jew conceal his atrocities from Europe.