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August 31, 2016

“each of the 6 million victims was an ordinary person like Hanna”

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, World War II — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 8:57 am
Hanna's suitcase

Hanna’s suitcase

The story of a little Jewish girl named Hanna, and her famous suitcase, is back in the news. A photo of her suitcase is shown above. WaisenKind means orphan.

Although Hanna was an “orphan,” she allegedly had a brother.The brother of little Hanna survived the Holocaust, perhaps because he was not burdened by a suitcase that he had to carry when he was sent to the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp, or maybe because he was old enough to work.

The following quote is from the news article:

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When Fumiko Ishioka holds lectures for schoolchildren [in Japan] about the inhumanity of the Holocaust, she gets through to the kids by showing them an unassuming little brown suitcase.

“Hana’s Suitcase” belonged to Hana [Hanna] Brady, a 13-year-old Jewish girl from Czechoslovakia who perished in the Nazi-run gas chambers at the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland in the closing months of World War II.

[Why was little Hanna allowed to live in a death camp until the “closing months of World War II?” Children under the age of 15 were allegedly killed immediately.]

Hanna’s story has been published in 40 countries, while drama and film adaptations of her tragic life have also been created.

Ishioka has spoken about the Holocaust to more than 200,000 children in Japan and 10 foreign countries over the past 13 years.

In July, the 45-year-old hosted her 1,000th “Hana’s Suitcase” class at a senior high school in Tokyo.

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Excuse me! I think that this young Japanese girl should be telling stories about how the “Japs” tortured and killed prisoners of war, not about the Jews. I was a young child during World War II and all we ever heard about was the atrocities committed by the Japanese. We knew nothing about young Jewish girls who carried suitcases into a prison camp during wartime.

American soldiers, who were ethnic German, were sent to the Pacific rim during World War II, not to Germany. I had an uncle, who was sent to the Pacific; he returned home with stories of the atrocities committed by the Japs.

The following quote is also from the news article:

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Ishioka later learned that Hana’s older brother survived a concentration camp and was living in Canada. The two met and Hana’s brother told Ishioka the story of his little sister.

Ishioka says that children strongly feel the tragedy of the Holocaust when they see the suitcase during her lectures.

She repeatedly urges the kids to “imagine,” so they can understand that each of the 6 million victims was an ordinary person like Hana [Hanna].

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You can see a large photo of the famous suitcase at the top of the news article. For some reason, I was unable to copy the photo.



  1. Windows has a program in it called snipit.
    It will allow you to copy anything on your monitor text, pics etc…and save it to your computer.
    So where the picture is isn’t the issue.


    Comment by jrizoli — August 31, 2016 @ 11:32 am

  2. Hana or Hannah as it is commonly used in Europe at least is a popular name among jewish girls. I once knew a Hannah. She is British and was once married to a very close friend of mine, though she then conspired to wreck the marriage and his life and was most successful at both! The connection with this story is that she once told me that she was a re-incarnated jewish girl who had died in Auschwitz! What a load of old bollocks!!! Apparently she isn’t alone in that there is a group of people, presumably with a mental health issue, who believe they were jews in a previous life and all perished in the holocaust.

    Of course when she heard my views on the holohoax she hated me with a vengeance and still does I think.

    Comment by Mr B — August 31, 2016 @ 10:54 am

    • That’s a very interesting story, Mr B – I was wondering how subsequent generations of Jews are going to be able to enwrap themselves in holocaustianity once the old “survivors” have all passed on.

      There have been attempts by Jewish people in recent years to describe themselves as second, third or even fourth generation “holocaust survivors” – which means that they deserve recognition, sympathy ( and perhaps even compensation ) for what their forebears allegedly went through in WW2. These people try and make out that they themselves have been so traumatised by the unique horror and suffering of their ancestors, that they too, continue to feel the everlasting torment and pain. Some of them even sob woefully about not having any grandparents or great aunts and uncles, because they imagine that their relatives were exterminated in some kind of weird “gas chambers”.

      But your friend’s ex-wife – Hannah – has obviously chosen a different path to gain sympathy and keep the goyim feeling sorrowful and guilty. And I can imagine there is plenty of mileage in this method, because no physical proof or evidence is required to establish any connection at all with the “holocaust” – it is purely a spiritual thing, a transcendental resurrection of the dead, whereby an innocent soul who perished in the most inhumane and terrifying hell imaginable becomes reincarnated into the body of a pure, angelic Jew of a later generation.

      Comment by Talbot — August 31, 2016 @ 1:26 pm

  3. Each of WHAT 6 million victims? I’m becoming 6-averse! 7? 3?

    Comment by Jett Rucker — August 31, 2016 @ 10:25 am

  4. I’m full of admiration for Fumiko Ishioka – she sounds like a shrewd entrepreneur who understands well the “holocaust racket”. She realised early on what holocaustianity is really all about; and that is the Zionist and Jewish supremacist project of getting young people in every “advanced”, prosperous country in the world fully immersed in the “gas chamber” horror myth.

    Being Japanese herself, Ms. Ishioka recognised a huge potential for spreading the holocaust legend throughout the schools and colleges of Japan, and she knew that the holocaust industry – awash in cash – would pay handsomely for somebody like her to spread the message far and wide in her native land. They even kindly supplied her with a suitcase painted with the emotive word “orphan”, in order for her to use it as a stage prop in her theatrical performances in front of the Japanese kids.

    I wonder if she has ever submitted that suitcase for forensic analysis to see if it is a genuine vintage 1940’s object, or whether it was purposely manufactured later, specifically to be displayed around the “holo-circuit”.

    Comment by Talbot — August 31, 2016 @ 9:50 am

    • You wrote: “I wonder if she has ever submitted that suitcase for forensic analysis to see if it is a genuine vintage 1940’s object, or whether it was purposely manufactured later, specifically to be displayed around the “holo-circuit”.

      You have made a good point. I think that the original suitcase would be in a Museum, perhaps in the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC.

      Comment by furtherglory — August 31, 2016 @ 9:59 am

    • This suitcase was debunked in 2004 and turned out to be a replica. The original suitcase was supposedly destroyed in a fire in 1984. But when the fraud was finally exposed, the Tokyo Holocaust Education Resource Center just asserted that “even as such, the replica’s contribution to the cause of human rights and peace education is not lessened by its lack of authenticity.” No fact-finding intent, the mere advancement of a specific political agenda as usually.

      Comment by hermie — September 1, 2016 @ 1:30 am

      • The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC has an exhibit for children which is about a fictional child, who has a suitcase. The suitcase in the exhibit does not make sense; it might be gone now.

        Comment by furtherglory — September 1, 2016 @ 7:50 am

      • “…the replica’s contribution to the cause of human rights and peace education is not lessened by its lack of authenticity.”

        But is it not a human right – especially for young people – that they not be subjected to any fakery and deceit by their teachers in the world of education? And as for “peace” – well we could all do with a bit of peace and quiet from the shrill and persistent cries of the holocaust advocates. I suggest that a prolonged period of silence from that source would be most heartily welcomed by one and all, and thus everyone could learn first hand the very concept of blissful, undisturbed, divine peace.

        Wikipedia claims that Hana was killed by “carbon-monoxide poisoning” in Auschwitz. But I thought that they were using fumigation pellets for the exterminations there. So does this means they were switching and swapping around with the gassing methods?

        Comment by Talbot — September 1, 2016 @ 8:28 am

      • No doubt like most of the artifacts that are being shown in these museums and the pictures all to Garner sympathy for these people when it comes down to facts they are lying to promote the biggest scam of the 20th century and people don’t question it. I was watching a holocaust Survivor give her testimony on YouTube it was painful to watch because the lies that she said could be so easily refuted if someone just sat down and talked to her or presented their case but it’s not going to happen because people look at these people as being old and deserve some sort of respect and sympathy.
        I don’t respect liars young or old.


        Comment by jrizoli — September 1, 2016 @ 9:24 am

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