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July 24, 2017

Holocaust survivors are still negotiating with the German government on how it should provide for their needs in light of their suffering.

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — furtherglory @ 2:07 pm

The following quote is from a news article, which you can read in full at http://time.com/4854006/holocaust-survivor-negotiation-claims-conference-germany/

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More than seven decades after World War II came to an end, some Holocaust survivors are still negotiating with the German government on how it should provide for their needs in light of their suffering.

That process continued this month in the latest round of regularly scheduled negotiations between the German Finance Ministry and the organization known as the Claims Conference, which represents a variety of Jewish interests. On Wednesday afternoon, the Claims Conference announced that those July negotiations resulted in what the organization’s leaders describe as substantial gains for Holocaust survivors.

“I felt elated and really inspired,” Ambassador Stuart Eizenstat, one of the lead negotiators on the Claims Conference side, tells TIME [magazine].

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Now Germany is being punished for not killing all the Jews when they had the chance. The Jews who were not Holocausted now want payment from the descendants of the Germans who didn’t kill their ancestors.

In other words, the Jews are now “jewing” the descendants of the Germans who negclected to kill their ancestors.

The Brandenberg gate in Berlin

Filed under: Germany, World War II — furtherglory @ 8:44 am

I took this photo in 2002 when the Brandenburg gate in Berlin was covered over, while it was being repaired.

 

The other photos were provided by hermie, a reader of my blog.

You can read hermie’s comment about the recent visit to Berlin, made by the Duke and Dutchess of England, by following the link below:

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2017/07/23/duke-and-dutchess-visit-the-horror-in-berlin/#comment-81770