11 million innocent lives unjustly taken; people robbed of their future families, friends and successes. The Holocaust spanned 12 years of dictatorship and terror, with the intent on wiping out the entire Jewish race, but did this historical genocide really take place? Statistics say only 54% of the global population have heard about the Holocaust, and from that percentage, one third believe that the genocide has not been accurately described (Upworthy. 2016). Even with eyewitnesses, testimonies and genuine artifacts from this horrifying time, Holocaust deniers are flourishing with new theories as the number of survivors decreases with time. The world cannot decide what to believe; was this historical event an unjust massacre, or simply a myth used for Jewish people to gain success in a crumbling economy?
To some, coffee is an essential drug, a dark liquid used to jolt the brain and scare away headaches and fatigue, while others are drawn to the fragrant soothing of tinted teas which offer a decent fix for exhaustion. Both coffee and tea have strong social standings in our world today, but if put up against each other, which would reign supreme and which would be left steaming? Whether you enjoy the drinks cold and sweet, or hot and traditional, here are some pros and cons to help you choose between these addictive beverages, including diverse histories, health benefits and distinctly different flavours.