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July 28, 2017

The words of Anne Frank…

Filed under: Holocaust, Uncategorized — Tags: — furtherglory @ 1:19 pm

Photo of Anne Frank at the age of 13

The following words are a famous quote from The Diary of Anne Frank:

It’s difficult in times like these: Ideals, dreams and cherished hopes rise within us, only to be crushed by grim reality. It’s a wonder I haven’t abandoned all my ideals, they seem so absurd and impractical. Yet I cling to them because I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.

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  1. The Diary was a clever way to get on the bandwagon and financially exploit the unprecedented hype on exaggerated WWII Jewish suffering. I don’t suppose Otto expected it to be such a success. I’d suggest that the holocaust lobby saw it’s potential especially among children and the impressionable and helped it along. It was another vehicle indirectly promoting their myth in that it implies potential extermination under the guise of the innocent musings of a young girl, who is painted in a sympathetic fashion. This templet is continually used by Hollywood. You can hardly see a film on almost any topic without having some reference to the hoax being slipped in.

    Comment by John Mortl — August 1, 2017 @ 12:19 pm

  2. Anne Frank. Otto Frank, Meyer Levin and Miriam Pressler apparently all contributed their writing skills to the Diary of Anne Frank as we know it.

    NOV. 13, 2015

    PARIS — When Otto Frank first published his daughter’s red-checked diary and notebooks, he wrote a prologue assuring readers that the book mostly contained her words, written while hiding from the Nazis in a secret annex of a factory in Amsterdam.

    But now the Swiss foundation that holds the copyright to “The Diary of Anne Frank” is alerting publishers that her father is not only the editor but also legally the co-author of the celebrated book.

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    NOT A DIARY – A FRAUD

    Anne Frank’s Diary, claiming to document the period 12 June 1942 – 1 August 1944, is really a collection of letters to eight imaginary people, sketches and fictional stories. The collection was supplemented and rewritten when Annelies Marie Frank decided to write a novel in 1944. In 1945-6 Otto Frank prepared at least four typescripts claiming he did not intend to publish it. Since its first publication in 1947 as Het Achterhuis, the ‘diary’ has sold 25 million copies and spawned an industry of Foundations and travelling exhibitions.

    When in the entry of 29 March 1944 AMF described her book as a novel (”een roman“) this was incorrectly translated in the Diary to ‘a romance’ (entry for 29 March 1944).

    Simon Sheppard lived just a short walk away from Prinsengracht 263 and was twice deported from Holland for handing out leaflets outside. His detailed and often humorous debunking of the Diary finally and irrefutably blows the whistle on the ‘Anne Frank Roadshow.’ Anna Frank’s Novel: The ‘Diary’ is a Fraud by Simon Sheppard, 50 pages, 13 tables, 3 figures, ISBN 1-901240-07-X, 1998. http://www.heretical.com/sgs-1998/afn.html

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Gene Simmons lead singer of KISS gets verklempt over a photo of Anne Frank!!

    Comment by who dares wings — July 29, 2017 @ 3:30 pm

    • You wrote: “Anne Frank. Otto Frank, Meyer Levin and Miriam Pressler apparently all contributed their writing skills to the Diary of Anne Frank as we know it.”

      When I went to see the house where Anne hid, I was told that there was no elevator and that everyone had to climb the stairs. Then one of the other tourists there told me that there were stairs for old people and crippled people. I asked if I could go on the elevator and was told that I had to climb the stairs. I was very afraid that I would fall down the stairs. As it turned out, the stairs were very crowded, and if I had fallen, there would have been plenty of people behind me to catch me. When I went there again the next day, I learned that there really is an elevator, but they don’t tell you that.

      Comment by furtherglory — July 29, 2017 @ 4:49 pm

  3. Anne Frank (or her ghostwriter) wrote: “I still believe, in spite of everything, that people are truly good at heart.”

    Of course, most people are truly good at heart. That’s why they don’t want self-deluded kikes, who think their god tasked them with the destruction of all what Goyim hold dear, around, or why Goyim’s natural immunity must be anesthetized with a big lie such as the Holohoax if some Jews are to be tolerated around.

    “Here I merely wish to reaffirm the fact that anti-Semitism is so instinctive that it may quite simply be called one of the primal instincts of mankind, one of the important instincts by which the race helps to preserve itself against total destruction. I cannot emphasize the matter too strongly. Anti-Semitism is not, as Jews have tried to make the world believe, an act of prejudice. It is a deeply hidden instinct with which every man is born. He remains unconscious of it, as of all other instincts of self preservation, until something happens to awaken it. Just as when something flies in the direction of your eyes, the eyelids close instantly and of their own accord. So swiftly and surely is the instinct of anti-Semitism awakened in man.” – [Jew] Samuel Roth, Jews Must Live. p. 64

    Comment by hermie — July 28, 2017 @ 9:33 pm

    • You wrote: “Anne Frank (or her ghostwriter) wrote:”

      When I first read the Diary of Anne Frank, 30 years ago, I couldn’t believe it either. I now believe that she wrote it, and her father did only a little bit of editing.

      Comment by furtherglory — July 29, 2017 @ 8:36 am

      • I didn’t say that I can’t believe it. I wrote “Anne Frank or her ghostwriter.” I just left the door open to a literary forgery or a real diary. Anne Frank’s Diary is not an anti-revisionist book. No revisionist historian ever claimed that the Nazis didn’t arrest and deport a number of Jews and that many Jews didn’t go through hard times during WW2. If memory serves me right, Anne Frank’s Diary even concedes that Anne Frank heard of the alleged Nazi gas chambers for the first time on a British radio broadcast, i.e. that the ‘gas chambers’ were part of Allied anti-German atrocity propaganda during the war, what doesn’t go against the revisionist findings (on the contrary).

        Comment by hermie — July 29, 2017 @ 5:28 pm

        • “Knock,knock. Who’s there?”
          Not a wise move for Anne Frank.

          What did Anne Frank do that would make any Jew proud?
          She went 2 years rent free.

          Sorry. We’re talking about AF. I just couldn’t resist the jokes.

          Comment by Tim — July 29, 2017 @ 9:58 pm

  4. How do people know she was just talking about the war? Not hiding from Nazis. The last line actually gave it away. My mom used to say that all the time. I’d see something bad growing up and be convinced that people are no good. Mom would always say,”it’s the actions of a few. People are mostly good.” Hey,if she lived long enough to hear Del Shannon,she’d know the worlds a cool place to live.

    Comment by Tim — July 28, 2017 @ 3:32 pm

  5. I have a hard time believing that she even wrote those words.

    JR

    Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 28, 2017 @ 2:42 pm

    • You wrote: “I have a hard time believing that she even wrote those words.”

      That is the important thing about “The Diary of Anne Frank”. Her writing is not like the writing of a typical young girl.

      When I was living in Germany, in the 1950ies, when my husband was in the army, I checked this book out of a German library. It was the only book that they had in English. When I read it, I was amazed. I did not think that this was the diary of a young girl. The writing was too good.

      Comment by furtherglory — July 28, 2017 @ 2:59 pm

      • It was the only book that they had in English.

        Unless you read the Dutch language original, I don’t see how you can reasonably judge the writing: The writing was too good. — because what you’re reading is the work/are the words of the translator — another example: the translation of Homer’s works ‘Iliad’ and ‘Odyssey’ by Robert Fitzgerald is to me far better than the translations by Lattimore — but since I don’t read ancient Greek I can’t really judge the quality of Homer’s original writing.

        Comment by eah — July 28, 2017 @ 7:32 pm

      • Well she was 15 when she allegedly wrote that. I think it very possible that a 15 year old could write such things as that quote. I definitely wouldn’t expect it from, say, a pre-teen though.

        Comment by blake121666 — July 28, 2017 @ 8:09 pm

        • You wrote: ” I think it very possible that a 15 year old could write such things as that quote. I definitely wouldn’t expect it from, say, a pre-teen though.”

          Jews have a reputation for being very intelligent. I believe that she wrote the diary and her father only edited it a little bit.

          Comment by furtherglory — July 29, 2017 @ 8:43 am

          • Furtherglory wrote: “Jews have a reputation for being very intelligent”

            The fact that some Jews also own the means to manufacture and spread a distorted reputation about anybody (including about themselves, of course) is supposed to be regarded as a coincidence, I guess… 😉

            Average IQ in Israel: 94

            Comment by hermie — July 30, 2017 @ 4:33 pm

            • About the Anne Frank Diaries, who cares? What did those Diaries have to do with Jews being executed killed or whatever nothing! Anne Frank died in bergen-belsen because she got typhus she wasn’t killed she died of natural causes so the diary to me is irrelevant to what even the Holohuxsters are trying to prove it doesn’t give any Credence to their Holohoax.

              JR

              Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 30, 2017 @ 4:36 pm

              • You wrote: “About the Anne Frank Diaries, who cares?”

                When I first read “The Diary of Anne Frank”, I thought that the writing was really good for a young girl. It was not the subject of her writing that impressed me, it was the style of the writing.

                Comment by furtherglory — July 30, 2017 @ 6:15 pm

                • I’ve never read her writings have no interest in her at all. So what was so great about what she wrote what world shaking views did she try to get across to us. Why was her diary the one that was picked for the Holohoax industry to make millions of dollars on?

                  JR

                  Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 30, 2017 @ 6:23 pm

                • Anne Frank. Hide and Go Seek world champion.
                  1942 to 1944.
                  You should feel sorry for Anne Frank. First she gets her diary published,which is every girls worst nightmare. Then she don’t make any money off of it,which is every Jews worst nightmare

                  Comment by Tim — July 31, 2017 @ 1:13 am

              • You wrote: “About the Anne Frank Diaries, who cares?”

                Maybe you don’t care about the writing of a young girl. Her writing appeals to women and young girls, but maybe not to men.

                Comment by furtherglory — July 30, 2017 @ 6:25 pm

            • You wrote: “Average IQ in Israel: 94”

              How do you know that this is true? The average IQ anywhere should be 100.

              Comment by furtherglory — July 30, 2017 @ 6:17 pm


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