Baeshen complains that at first the Jews blamed the Holocaust on Hitler, then on the Nazis, then on the German people and finally the entire world. She notes that there are hundreds of Holocaust-themed films, scores of museums and memorials, thousands of books and articles about every single detail of the "alleged" event.
Why is this a problem? Because, she says, the sheer weight of this "industry" (obviously she's been reading Finkelstein) makes it impossible for anyone to question whether it happened.
I can see how tons of documentary evidence from testimonies, Nazi archives, physical evidence of gas chambers, mass graves and cremated remains and so forth makes it difficult for Jew-haters to question the Holocaust. It must be very frustrating for people like Lamia Baeshen.