June 8, 2014
They also claimed that every Jew who was not gassed – which appears to be all Jews, given that the alleged gas chambers did not actually exist, save in the minds of Jews – is a “survivor” of this bizarre hoax they invented to stop an auction.
On Thursday, about 20 items from World War I and II went under the hammer and were sold to military enthusiasts willing to fork out between $300 and $700 for a slice of Third Reich history.
Amongst the 560-item auction were Nazi flags, SS runes and a gas mask case.
The auction came just days before Sunday’s commemoration of the 70th anniversary of D-Day that contributed to Allied forces winning World War II.
But Jewish Community Council of South Australia president Norman Schueler said auction house Mason Gray Strange should have known better than to remind survivors of the Holocaust and their families of the horrific time.
‘There are various ways of looking at this. The obvious thing – but not in this case – is that people are hoarding and keeping manifestations of an evil part of world’s history,’ he said.
‘They cling to it and see (Nazism) as unfinished work.
‘In this particular case it was literally an estate and it’s sad that someone did hoard it and everyone should realise the distress it causes.
‘It’s particularly irresponsible of the auctioneer to profit by it, especially when the world’s biggest auction house, eBay, does not permit this stuff to be auctioned. That’s the crux of it.’
It has been 70 years since World War II, but Mr Schueler said it did not lessen the effects the Nazi regime had on survivors.
Clearly, the Jews don’t want us to ever be able to imagine that the German people were a real and breathing entity, and instead only be capable of looking at them through the bizarre lens they have created with their Hollywood gibberish.
Here are some pictures of the awesome stuff the lucky ones got to bid on.