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March 26, 2017

Holocaust survivor tells his story — the ultimate sign of victory

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 12:46 pm

Rabbi Nissen Mangel at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland. Photo: Screenshot.

The title of my blog post today is a quote from a news article, which you can read in full at

Begin quote from news article:

A video of an elderly Hasidic Holocaust survivor [shown in the photo above], returning to the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland and emotionally recounting his harrowing experiences there has gone viral on Facebook, drawing hundreds of thousands of views in just a few days.

This is such big news, that I have put it on my own Facebook page.

In the video, Rabbi Nissen Mangel is seen telling a group of Boyaner Hasidim in Yiddish about how he, at the age of 10, underwent the “selectzia” process — supervised by infamous Nazi doctor Josef Mengele — with his family, who were from Bratislava. Mangel lied to Mengele about his age — claiming he was 17. Even though Mengele realized this was not true, Mangel and his father were chosen for slave labor, rather than immediate execution.

“It was a miracle,” Mangel said. “1.5 million children were sent to the gas chambers and to me Mengele said to work with my father.”

End quote

Notice that Dr. Mengele is never given the title of Doctor.  Mengele killed Jews, so he can never be forgiven, nor given any respect.

I think that this man should show a little respect for DOCTOR Mengele by using his title of DOCTOR.

My photo of the gas chamber where Rabbi Nissen Mangel could have been sent, but wasn’t.



  1. It’s a shame Zyklon B was only used to kill lice.

    Comment by CB — March 28, 2017 @ 10:26 am

    • You wrote: “It’s a shame Zyklon B was only used to kill lice.”

      I did a search to find out if Zyklon B was ever used to kill fleas in the camps, but couldn’t find any information about killing fleas, so apparently it was only used to kill lice.

      Comment by furtherglory — March 28, 2017 @ 10:45 am

    • Actually it’s a shame that Hitler was so nice to the Jews. He didn’t realize how they would turn on him in the end he tried to accommodate them but they at the end lied all about what happened to them


      Comment by Jim Rizoli — March 28, 2017 @ 11:27 am

  2. “The Jews are the scum of the earth, but they are also great masters in lying.” – Schopenhauer, Parerga und Paralipomena II, volume 2, p. 394.

    What makes today’s sheeple – who unsuspectingly swallow horror tales about Mengele like candies – think they’re smarter than Schopenhauer and Voltaire????

    Comment by hermie — March 26, 2017 @ 4:14 pm

    • The other side of these great philosophers:
      Schoppenhauer was disdainful when it came to women, not only the Jews, the first thing one one is taught in German Grammar Schools is his ‘famous’ advice:
      ‘Wenn Du zum Weibe gehst, vergiss die Peitsche nicht!
      When it comes to Voltaire, In case he did not get his way he behaved like a ten-year old child and had to flee from several countries. Fredric the Great was an admirer of him and joined him in Potsdam against payment only. Upsetting other equals like the president of the Berlin Academy of Science, which greatly angered Frederick. Once again, documents were burned and he fled toward Paris to avoid arrest, but Louis XV had stopped him from returning to Paris, so instead he turned to Geneva. The Swiss had banned theatrical performances and the publication of his works and Voltaire eventually left the city in despair.
      I am sure you don’t wont me to go on!

      Comment by Herbert Stolpmann — March 27, 2017 @ 2:23 am

      • Shoot the messenger(s) when you can’t contradict his message(s). Good ol’ dialectic trick. Well tried, Herb. One thing is certain: Schopenhauer and Voltaire were more brilliant intellects than Herbert Stolpmann. And they were far from alone in thinking such things about Jews…

        Comment by hermie — March 27, 2017 @ 3:46 am

      • Sure you’re right Herbert Stolpmann,…
        Jewish humanists have recently revealed what humanity have concluded for 2000 years now.

        1. Compassion with the Non-Jew is forbidden, the Mitzvah “Lo Sichonaym”*/,5081,5140#msg-514

        Recently I asked two major poskim whether it is permitted to
        send an unsolicited donation toward tsunami relief.
        In the case I posed to them, the recipients would not know a
        Jew was sending the donation.
        There would be no Kiddush HaShem if it were sent nor would
        there be a Chilul HaShem if it were withheld.
        Both eminent authorities ruled that in such a case it was clearly a violation
        of the negative prohibition of “Lo Sichonaym”,
        we are not permitted to do a gratuitous act of kindness for a non-Jew.”

        2. Stealing, fraud and deceptions are allowed towards the Non-Jew

        Page 112
        “The spiritual state in all circles brings sadness and hopelessness.
        I have bitter thoughts about the very existence of the nation and its hopes for the future.
        The entire world hates us. We assume that this hatred is due to the wickedness of the nations,
        and so no one stops to think that perhaps we also bear some guilt. We regard all the nations as similiar to an ass.
        It is forbidden to save a Gentile,
        it is forbidden to offer him free medical treatment,
        it is forbidden to violate the Sabbath to save his life,
        his sexual intercourse
        does not render a woman forbidden to her husband according to R. Tam, because their issue is like the issue of horses.
        Can the nations resign themselves to such a deprivation of rights?
        It is permitted to deceive a Gentile and cancel his debt as well as forbidden to return his lost object!
        What can we do? Can we uproot our Torah teaching with apologetic formulae
        or clever deceptions. God knows that I have written this with the blood of my heart, the blood of my soul”

        3. Forbidden to break the Sabbath to save the Non-Jew from death, if it cannnot be regarded as a PR-trick
        according to Jewish humanist Harvard Law professor Noah Feldman:

        ” If you intended to save the patient’s life so as to facilitate
        good relations between Jews and non-Jews,
        your actions were permissible. But if,
        to the contrary, you intended to save the patient out
        of universal morality, then you were in fact guilty of
        violating the Sabbath,”

        -Religious endorsement also for deceiving the Non-Jews.
        The professor writes further down:

        “Later, in class, the teacher apologized to us students for what he said to the doctor.
        His comments, he said, were inappropriate — not because they were wrongheaded,
        but because non-Jews were present in the audience when he made them.
        The double standard of Jews and non-Jews, in other words, was for him truly irreducible:
        it was not just about noting that only Jewish lives merited violation of the Sabbath,
        but also about keeping the secret of why non-Jewish lives might be saved. ”

        4. Non-Jew is not human and have no right to exist on earth, save as slave for the Jews:

        Read more:

        Not only that, at the heart of Judaism is the appearance of the Moshiach, where he will rule the earth impose
        the Noahide laws
        and exterminate all people who do not accept it,
        making the rest of humanity who accept the Noahide laws to slaves (2800 slaves to each Jew)
        who are forbidden to take one day of rest

        So fuck off now Shabboz goy Herbert Stolpman, go and kiss the boot of your Jude, slave….

        Comment by Lasse Karagiannis — March 27, 2017 @ 2:39 pm

        • I will pray, as promised, for the unblemished soul of my aunt next time I see a menorah!

          Comment by Herbert Stolpmann — March 28, 2017 @ 1:34 am

          • Are you a humanist?

            Comment by Lasse Karagiannis — March 28, 2017 @ 10:47 am

            • No, I am not, but I respect the believes and traditions of others. I was influenced by my aunt as a youngster, especially when it came to her dietary laws and religious attitude. Although I am not blood-related

              Comment by Herbert Stolpmann — March 28, 2017 @ 4:49 pm

      • “Wenn Du zum Weibe gehst, vergiss die Peitsche nicht!” is from Nietzsche “Thus Spake Zarathustra”. Are you claiming that Nietzsche stole this from Schopenhauer?

        Comment by blake121666 — March 28, 2017 @ 4:52 pm

  3. Yeah, I was there, saw Mengler with in his leather coat with his German shepherd dog, very scary, but I escaped the gaschambers because they wanted to do experiments on me,

    Comment by Lasse Karagiannis — March 26, 2017 @ 3:08 pm

  4. I suspect that you’re losing it at a faster rate than hitherto. There are few people, other than yourself and your acolyte’s, who could summon the one iota of respect for Mengele. The most basic rule for any doctor of medicine is “do no harm”. If you wish to believe that this foul individual did no harm, that is entirely a matter for you. By Christ, but you are as much a rabid hater as the people responsible for the atrocities committed by those vile specimens.

    Comment by David B. Neale — March 26, 2017 @ 2:50 pm

    • You wrote: “There are few people, other than yourself and your acolyte’s,”

      My acolyte’s what? Nice to see that you’ve been let out of the looney bin again. I will be looking forward to your insulting comments for the next couple of days.

      Comment by furtherglory — March 26, 2017 @ 2:58 pm

    • Are you the same person who formerly posted comments as ‘David Pearce’, as just plain ‘David’, and maybe other monikers as well?

      the one iota of respect for Mengele

      Actually I officially have 0.5 iotas of respect for Mengele — it should be more considering the fact the only evidence — if you can call it that — of wrongdoing by Mengele comes via eyewitness testimony like that of this shameless liar, who would have us believe Mengele — a doctor who supposedly oversaw at Auschwitz the fanatical Nazi program to exterminate the Jews — could not tell the difference between a 10 y/o and a 17 y/o boy.


      Just the simple plural here — acolytes.

      Comment by eah — March 27, 2017 @ 2:52 am

  5. Clearly judging by all the accounts of ‘survivors’ Dr Mengele was omnipotent he was everywhere at all times. He never slept, never ate and never took time off for private interests. How could he because according to all these jews who went through auschwitz he met them all. Every. Single. One. Oy vey!

    Comment by MrB — March 26, 2017 @ 1:06 pm

    • You wrote: “Clearly judging by all the accounts of ‘survivors’ Dr Mengele was omnipotent he was everywhere at all times”

      I wrote about Dr. Mengele on this blog post:

      Comment by furtherglory — March 26, 2017 @ 2:51 pm

    • There was also another side to the Angel of Death:
      In June 1941, Mengele was posted to Ukraine, where he was awarded the Iron Cross Second Class. In January 1942, he joined the 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking as a battalion medical officer. He rescued two German soldiers [actually they were Dutch Soldiers,sic] from a burning tank and was awarded the Iron Cross First Class, as well as the Wound Badge in Black and the Medal for the Care of the German People. He was seriously wounded in action near Rostov-on-Don in mid-1942, and was declared unfit for further active service. After recovery, he was transferred to the Race and Resettlement Office in Berlin. He also resumed his association with von Verschuer, who was at the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Genetics and Eugenics. Mengele was promoted to the rank of SS-Hauptsturmführer (captain) in April

      Comment by Herbert Stolpmann — March 26, 2017 @ 9:53 pm

  6. Have you ever seen a picture of a dead child in all the pictures they have.
    Why is that? How can 1.5 million children been killed without even 1 picture???
    Simple there were NO children killed, and most of them are alive to tell their stories.


    Comment by Jim Rizoli — March 26, 2017 @ 1:05 pm

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