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November 16, 2015

Rabbi Dov Lior says that attacks in Paris were payback for the Holocaust

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 11:07 am

You can read in the news here about Rabbi Dov Lior and his claim that the Paris attacks were payback for what happened to the Jews in France 70 years ago.  Apparently, Rabbi Lior has never heard of the French Resistance.  The Jews in France did not go quietly to their deaths.

I wrote a lengthy article about the “French Resistance” on my website at

My photo of the memorial site at Natzweiler

My photo of the memorial site at Natzweiler

The main camp where the French Jews were sent was Natzweiler, which you can read about on my website at


  1. I’ve always been intrigued by the structures inside Birkenau called Krema 4 and Krema 5. Does anyone know what these facilities were really used for? The idea that they were homicidal gas chambers and crematorium ovens doesn’t make a lot of sense. After studying the blueprints for their design and viewing the available photographs – and then trying to match these to the holocausters accounts, it is clear that they are all at sea in trying to give a plausible story-line.

    Could they have been small factories or workshops making component parts for munitions, such as detonators etc.?

    Comment by Talbot — November 17, 2015 @ 8:23 am

    • I have put up a new blog post, in which I have stated my belief that Krema IV and Krema V were builings where the clothing of the prisoners was disinfected.

      Comment by furtherglory — November 17, 2015 @ 11:38 am

  2. I was looking at three websites that relate to the “holocaust” as it applies to France. The sites were USHMM, WIKIPEDIA, and YAD VASHEM. They each give a remarkably similar figure for the number of Jews who were living inside France in 1940. They claim approximately 340,000 – but 75,000 of them were not actually French citizens, but refugees who had poured into the country from Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia since 1938.

    Wikipedia then says;- “Between March 1942 and July 1944, 75,000 Jews were deported and killed in the camps, or in detention on French soil. Well – I think we can forget the notion that they were “killed”, but probably some did die of malnutrition, industrial accidents and diseases like typhus.

    But it would seem to me, that the bulk of these 75,000 Jews were not French citizens at all, but foreigners, and thus there was no real reason for them to return to France after the war – especially if they were offered new lives in Palestine, Canada, the USA, and South America.

    In other words there was no holocaust in France at all. The bulk of French Jews (260,000 of them) remained there throughout the war, and survived more-or-less intact.

    The holocausters will moan and groan that these 75,000 should never have been deported to Auschwitz. But, quite frankly, it was wartime, and the Germans needed war workers in their vast labour camp system in the east. I don’t know what the international treaties said about using forced labour in these camps, but I would imagine that as long as the inmates were not abused, and they were kept out of danger, well behind the battlefield zone, then the Germans were quite within their rights to use forced labour.

    Comment by Talbot — November 16, 2015 @ 4:24 pm

    • TALBOT! In France the Nazis started with the deportation of the Jews not French citizens. Things worsened after November 1942 when the Vichy zone too had been put under occupation. First Theodor Danecker and then Alosi Brunner of the Eichmann staff managed the deportation of Jews French citizens, Last train left Paris at August 9 1944 two weeks before Liberation There had been many French collabos real followers of Nazi racist doctrine. By the way in France there had been the Dreyfus case and at Vichy the “Antidreyfusards” stood on power. At any rate that so called rabbi is clearly a fool.and an ignorant..

      Comment by Wolf MURMELSTEIN — November 16, 2015 @ 11:15 pm

  3. Wonder why ISIS never seems to attack Israel? And what exactly did Netanyahu mean when he said France would suffer “grave consequences ” for recognizing Palestine in Nov 2014?

    Comment by Schlageter — November 16, 2015 @ 3:05 pm

  4. Unfortunately we Jews too have our fools. Would like to know who that fool is and who granted him a degree and what he knows about the Shoah, That crazy individual ignores that the jewish owned teather hosted many jewish meetings and helps so revisionists and negationists

    Comment by Wolf MURMELSTEIN — November 16, 2015 @ 12:35 pm

  5. Yesterday there was a memorial service for the victims of the bombings and terror attacks in Paris. The victims will not be forgotten and will be used by politicians to their own advantage.
    Interestingly this is 71 years after another terror bombing of Paris with a service at Notre Dame for the victims. These victims were forgotten about after the summer of 1944.

    Comment by peter — November 16, 2015 @ 11:55 am

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