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November 28, 2016

Holocaust theme used in skating performance

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 9:28 am
Holocaust outfit worn by a skater

Holocaust outfit worn by a skater

You can read about the skater, who wore a Holocaust outfit for her skating routine, in this news article:

Is nothing sacred anymore?  These people should be arrested for trivializing the Holocaust, which is a crime in 20 countries now.


  1. Tatyana’s skate is booed and hissed while Irene’s scat was applauded and mourned. Where is the logic in that?

    Comment by hermie — November 29, 2016 @ 2:17 pm

  2. The article states;-

    ” The wife of the Kremlin’s chief spokesman has drawn criticism by performing a Holocaust-themed ice skating performance on television.

    Tatyana Navka, who is married to Dmitry Peskov, performed the piece late on November 26 on Ice Age, a show broadcast on Russia’s Channel One. ”

    Well – there can only be two explanations for this grotesque ice-skating performance;-

    1) Tatyana and her partner must have been paid lots and lots of lovely shekels and roubles for agreeing to put on such a puerile display;

    2) Jewish/Zionist influence must be so powerful in Kremlin circles and within its TV networks, that they both have to “kow-tow” to the real masters of Russia.

    Comment by Talbot — November 28, 2016 @ 12:00 pm

  3. OT

    BGH bestätigt Urteil gegen ehemaligen SS-Mann — the highest German court has confirmed the sentence of Oskar Gröning.

    Mit dieser Entscheidung können auch andere zur Rechenschaft gezogen werden.

    After this decision, even more people could be hauled into court and convicted, as Gröning was.

    Damit wurde Gröning sieben Jahrzehnte nach dem Holocaust wegen Beihilfe zum Mord in 300.000 Fällen verurteilt, ohne dass er an einzelnen Mordtaten direkt beteiligt war.

    He was convicted of (being an) accessory to murder (300k murders, actually), even though there was no evidence he himself had been in any way involved in any killings.

    The ‘justice’ system in Germany has been totally corrupted by their imagined need to atone for their ‘Holocaust’ guilt.

    Comment by eah — November 28, 2016 @ 11:45 am

    • Related:

      Wer in Auschwitz Dienst tat, machte sich schuldig — Whoever had a job at Auschwitz, is guilty — to summarize the points in this article (the title alone makes a major point): Gröning will now very likely be sent to prison, his age and physical condition is not a barrier — he could even be sent to the prison hospital, to serve (at least part of) his time there — he is now liable for what it cost to try him, as well as the appeal, estimated at at least 380k€, and likely significantly more — to pay these costs the court may take any savings he has — the article goes on to express regret, even outrage, that all of this did not happen before — that so many former SS people, and others who worked at KZs, seemed to have escaped ‘justice’ — I guess via the inconvenient fact there was no evidence against them — but as the article makes very clear, that is no longer a barrier: Der Bundesgerichtshof hat das Lüneburger Urteil von 2015 im vollen Umfang bestätigt:… — the BGH confirmed Gröning’s conviction in full — recall his trial and conviction was based on the precedent coming out of the Demjanjuk trial, where it was agreed between the court and the prosecution that no evidence was needed to convict someone for ‘Beihilfe zum Mord’ — Demjanjuk died before his appeal could reach the BGH — so Gröning’s case was the first test of that agreed precedent.

      Comment by eah — November 28, 2016 @ 12:03 pm

      • Herr Gröning won’t go to jail. Guaranteed. He’s just an actor in the poor Holo-drama that his mock trial was. And that was not his 1st collaboration in Holo-bamboozlement. He’ll resume his normal life after the stage curtain has dropped. The excuse will be his poor health due to his old age.

        Comment by hermie — November 29, 2016 @ 4:02 am

      • Did you really expect any other outcome ? really ?? They can extend beihilfe to any member of the Hitler Youth now.

        Comment by peter — November 29, 2016 @ 4:56 am

        • Did you really expect any other outcome ?

          Actually, yes — I did think the BGH would not uphold such obvious nonsense: convicting someone of ‘accessory to murder’ (in 300k murders no less) with zero evidence they were involved in any way in a single killing, or even knew anything at all at the time about the (alleged) killings.

          They can extend beihilfe to any member of the Hitler Youth now.

          At the moment I assume they still have to show the person was employed at a ‘death camp’ at a time when killings (allegedly) happened — but I guess you never know… — certainly anyone who worked at the Auschwitz laundry and is still alive should probably hau sofort ab.

          Comment by eah — November 29, 2016 @ 5:58 am

          • Sorry but I was amazed that you expected any other outcome. The BRD is a neo Marxist construct run by the generation of 68 and is as totalitarian as the former DDR.

            Comment by peter — November 29, 2016 @ 4:54 pm

  4. Good grief. Anti-Semitism stats must be low to force the issue on this – either way – performing or watching. THAT is one thing I’d like to forget. If they can’t tell the truth about the ‘event’, don’t talk about it at all!!! Sheesh!

    Comment by Diane King — November 28, 2016 @ 10:57 am

  5. Here’s an interesting tweet about this:

    The “Holocaust” is not mentioned in my 1972 Encyclopedia. Now it is a major marketing brand used even in ice shows. — people who have old(er) encyclopedias should check to see if the ‘Holocaust’ is mentioned by name.

    Comment by eah — November 28, 2016 @ 10:11 am

    • The term Holocaust was a relatively new term as most people were not privy to the term before then.
      The Jews worked their propaganda into the history books and they got people to believe the lies.
      So instead of showing the suffering of the Germans who suffered by the millions they turned it to the Jews who survived the work camps. The Jews were mostly protected by the horror of the war while the Germans were right in the middle of it getting hit from both sides, from the Allies and Russians.


      Comment by jrizoli — November 28, 2016 @ 10:18 am

    • You wrote: “Here’s an interesting tweet about this”
      I was not aware that people are tweeting about the Holocaust. I’ve never been on Twitter myself. I will have to check it out.

      I wrote about Holocaust movies on this blog post:

      Comment by furtherglory — November 28, 2016 @ 12:45 pm

  6. You wrote: “Only when they can capitalize on it?”

    You are correct. People, who would never go to see a skating performance, will be flocking to see this Holocaust theme performance because it is an outrage.

    Comment by furtherglory — November 28, 2016 @ 9:46 am

  7. Only when they can capitalize on it?


    Comment by jrizoli — November 28, 2016 @ 9:37 am

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