January 22, 2020
We’ve got some breaking news coming in on the wire with regards to the Holocaust.
Turns out, a girl was saved by wearing a fur coat into the death camp.
Six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust.
“The Second World War is no longer a family story that you hear at home. For many it has become a history textbook story,” said Pawel Sawicki, press officer at the Auschwitz Memorial, at the site of the camp built in Nazi-occupied Poland.
“The biggest challenge is how to tell this story in a way relevant to them today and in the future.”
More than a million people, nearly all of them Jews, died at Auschwitz, whose name has become synonymous with the industrial-scale killings carried out at the Nazi death camps.
Artemis Meron, from a small Jewish community in Greece, was 15 when in 1944 she was transported to Auschwitz with her mother and nine-year-old brother.
She and other Jews rounded up in Greece were packed by the hundreds into freight carts with hardly any room to move. One bucket held water to drink, another served as the only toilet. Many died on the journey, their bodies slung into one of the train-cars.
Upon arrival at Auschwitz they were lined up into rows – young men on one side and young women on the other. In the middle the elderly, mothers and children were shoved into military vehicles.
“We wanted to stay together. We held each other tight. It was snowing heavily and my mother gave me her black fur coat, so I must have looked older than I was,” Meron said.
She was singled out for labor. As they headed to the vehicles, an SS guard struck her down, separating her from her family.
“He put my brother and mother into the vehicle, shut it and off it drove. I didn’t have time to say goodbye,” she recalled, her eyes filling with tears.
“I hoped we’d see each other later in the evening. What was I to think? That all those put in the vehicles were taken that evening to the gas chambers, to the crematorium? We knew nothing,” she said.
“The worst was when we heard the rumors … and then we knew the truth. We were told ‘don’t you see the smoke rising up?’”
So she got punched in the face by a guard because she was wearing a fur coat and that saved her from being gassed to death somehow.
Almost as amazing as the Angel of Death himself giving you experimental spinal injections…!
Another Auschwitz survivor, Vera Grossman Kriegel, 81, said she was pained by the rise of anti-Semitism in recent years and feared that history might repeat itself.
“It can happen anywhere,” she said. “Hate is born of ignorance. No one is learning from the past, no one wants to learn.”
It can literally happen anywhere, because the goyim are so stupid and filled with hate. That’s the real news story: goyim are stupid, hateful beasts.
The only place it couldn’t happen is a place where there weren’t any Jews, I suppose. But Jews have to live in every country on earth because their high IQ makes them good at business.
Aged six, Vera and her twin sister were subjected to the pseudo-medical experiments of doctor Josef Mengele, who used prisoners at Auschwitz as research subjects, earning him the name “Angel of Death”.
Vera and her sister were two of the few children to survive his cruelty. She tells of how she was kept naked in a cage, given painful injections directly into her spine, and beaten if she cried as she saw many other children suffer and die.
“Why did I stay alive? It was for a reason. Did I stay alive to keep silent? No – to tell.”
Wow that story is so touching and believable.
Except for the part where it says “few children” survived Mengele’s experiments – that is borderline anti-Semitic, as it seems to call all these thousands of other Jews who were experimented on by Mengele liars.
In fact, virtually all Auschwitz survivors were experimented on by Josef Mengele.
Thank God we have a free media in the West that is able to report the truth about the latest up to the minute developments on the Holocaust, despite all of the powerful White Supremacists who want to silence truths like being saved by a fur coat or experimental spinal injections.