How To Survive The Holocaust

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I grew up in the 50’s and we Jewish kids had no idea that a “Holocaust” ever existed.

Perhaps we were the first “holocaust deniers,” if not, Jewish historian Jacob Marcus certainly was.

For in the 1950 edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica, Marcus wrote that it was “thousands” of Jews, not 6 million, that “perished” during World War II.

Not a single gas chamber was mentioned.

It wasn’t until the 60’s when pro-Israel Lobbies grew in power that the number “6 million” and “gas chambers” suddenly was served up to a gullible public.

Working with Jewish Hollywood, the Lobbies needed to manipulate political opinion to support Israel.

By playing ‘victim’ they could extort millions, and eventually, billions of dollars for their Zionist agenda.

The book and movie “Diary of Anne Frank”—exposed as a fabrication—helped further their agenda.

I guess all that smoke was inspired by Elie Wiesel’s “Night” where he…

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2 thoughts on “How To Survive The Holocaust

  1. Anton, I think it was actually the early 70’s when the promotion of that holohoax fraud began in the US. That is my own earliest recollection. I knew many of the WWII Americans who “served” their country proudly, not knowing that they were doing so for jewry’s purposes, and who never mentioned anything good about jews, but who always had praise for the German people, and a respect for the German soldiers, including even Hitler. They recognized that the war served little purpose and was created by the leadership. As a kid during the 50’s and 60’s I knew all of their war stories.

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