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February 25, 2017

Holocaust survivor says Donald Trump is not the human being to be president

Filed under: Dachau, Holocaust, Trump, Uncategorized — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 2:30 pm

The following quote is from a news article which you can read in full at https://collegian.com/2017/02/holocaust-survivor-shares-experience-in-auschwitz/

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[Fanny] Starr is concerned that under the current presidential administration, she will become a victim again.

“I’m very much against this government, and I’m very scared I will become a victim again,” Starr said. “(President Donald Trump) is not the human being to be president.”

Starr says she continues to speak to counteract anti-Semitism present in the world today.

The following quote is from the news artical:

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Fanny Starr said she lost her will to live when she entered the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp months before it was liberated by the British.

“I told my sister, ‘I don’t want to live. I don’t have nobody,’” Starr said upon entering Bergen-Belsen.

Starr said her sister, Rena Alter, grabbed her by the collar of her striped outfit.

“She grabbed me by my clothes, stood me up and said, ‘This is our life, no mom, no dad,’” Starr said.

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Fanny Starr, this year’s featured speaker for Holocaust Awareness Week, shares her story about surviving internment in several Nazi concentration camps during World War II. (Elliott Jerge | Collegian)

Starr shared her experience as a Holocaust survivor in the Nazi concentration camps with over 1200 students Wednesday night for the 20th annual Holocaust Awareness Week. Rebecca Chapman, a freshman at East High School, and Alex Ingber, the Vice President of Students for Holocaust Awareness, asked Starr questions about the Holocaust.

Starr, born in 1922, was a teenager when her family was forced into the Lodz ghetto.

According to Starr, there was very little food, and people received food once a month if they were lucky.

Starr and her family were taken to Auschwitz in a train car of nearly 60 people after the [Lodz] ghetto was liquidated in 1944.

Starr remembers Auschwitz as a horrid place where the Jewish people were stripped of their clothes, and their identities were reduced to numbers. She remembers seeing the writing “Arbei Macht Frei” and Dr. Josef Mengele in his black uniform as she got off the train.

Starr remembers how [Dr.] Mengele assessed each Jew who got off the train and decided who looked healthy enough to work or who would be sent to the gas chambers.

“My youngest sister, (as) we were standing in the line to see him, … pinched my cheeks, and I pinched her cheeks to look (healthy),” Starr said.

Starr remembers laying in a field in Auschwitz, looking up at the night sky as bodies burned in the ovens.

“The sky was red, and the smell was horrid,” Starr said. “You could smell the body smell and the hair smell. We could see the ashes coming down like snow.”

Starr lost her mother and two siblings to the gas chambers in Auschwitz. Her father starved in Dachau.

She said she and her sister came to America in 1951. Starr said they visited a cemetery to say their goodbyes to family members even though their family’s bodies “were just ashes.”

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What can I say about this? She is a typical “liar, liar, pants on fire” Jewish Holocaust survivor.

14 Comments »

  1. HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR TESTIMONY: “Most of the memoirs and reports of Holocaust survivors are full of preposterous verbosity, graphomanic exaggeration, dramatic effects, overestimated self-inflation, dilettante philosophizing, would-be lyricism, unchecked rumors, bias, partisan attacks…” –Samuel Gringauz, “Jewish Social Studies” (New York), January 1950, Vol. 12, p6.

    Comment by Diane King — March 1, 2017 @ 8:51 am

  2. Fanny Starr forgot to mention some noticeable details:

    her brother being burned alive by Heinrich Himmler,

    and this one, which may validate Jett Rucker’s opinion:

    Starr and Alter were dressed in gray-striped outfits at Auschwitz, but they weren’t tattooed because there were too many people coming through the camp at the time.

    Comment by a reader — February 27, 2017 @ 12:37 pm

  3. The worst part of this story:

    Starr shared her experience as a Holocaust survivor in the Nazi concentration camps with over 1200 students

    Comment by eah — February 26, 2017 @ 2:06 pm

  4. Vincent Reynouard has posted a new video:

    UK Holocaust Memorial Museum: I challenge the British Authorities

    It’s good — might be best to watch it soon, before it is removed (which is possible).

    Comment by eah — February 26, 2017 @ 2:02 pm

  5. She definitely covered all the bases in that statement. Like them all she met Dr Mengele, though of course she wouldn’t haven known him if he bit her on the bum. Her claims are so full of holes you could drive a London bus through them. She has either been coached deliberately or she just followed what every other so called survivor said.

    Comment by MrB — February 26, 2017 @ 12:48 am

  6. I guess it will not take a year before President Trump regrets that the Holocaust didn’t happen and Europe could defecate a substantial number of its deadliest weapons of mass destruction, deception and demotivation on the United States of America after WW2. 😉

    Comment by hermie — February 25, 2017 @ 6:58 pm

  7. Yet another one who met/saw the omnipresent Dr. Josef Mengele at Auschwitz.

    Comment by Giordano Bruno — February 25, 2017 @ 3:56 pm

  8. Given that for all practical purposes the ‘Holocaust’ already gets 24/7 attention, it takes real chutzpah to organize a ‘Holocaust Awareness Week’.

    Comment by eah — February 25, 2017 @ 3:44 pm

  9. Fake survivors. Is that like fake news? Fake history. Is THAT like fake news?

    It’s all fake.

    Comment by Jett Rucker — February 25, 2017 @ 2:48 pm

    • You wrote: “Fake survivors. Is that like fake news?”

      What did this woman say that makes you think that she is a “fake survivor”?

      Comment by furtherglory — February 25, 2017 @ 3:52 pm

  10. Typical story told by hundreds of others. They must of all red the same book. HoloHuxsters to the core
    So she survived, so whats her complaint again? Oh, yeah, she had to take a shower and get a hair cut.
    I guess she would of rathered ended up in Dresden where the real Holocaust happened.
    I honestly believe if the Jews were sent to the best hotel in the area they would found something to complain about.
    Like….my pillow is too hard.

    JR

    Comment by Jim Rizoli — February 25, 2017 @ 2:37 pm


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