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March 4, 2017

Holocaust survivor asked God “Why me?”

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, Uncategorized — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:01 am

Today, I am commenting on a news article, which you can read in full at http://www.coloradoan.com/story/news/local/csu/2017/02/21/holocaust-survivor-lost-my-live/98211626/

The following quote is from the article:

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Fanny Starr lay in a field in Auschwitz more than 70 years ago, looking at the night sky and asking God how it was she ended up there.

White flakes fluttered through the darkened sky. It was not snow, but the ashes of bodies burned in ovens.

Her mother, two of her siblings and her extended family members were gassed and burned when they arrived at Auschwitz, which is in present-day Poland, and her father later starved himself in Dachau, she says. Her pain has not receded in the intervening decades.

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Why were Fanny’s family members gassed and burned? More importantly, why was Fanny spared? I believe that the Nazis spared her, so that she could tell her story to gullible students 70 years later, and collect money from the stupid goyim.

The Nazis didn’t want all their “gassing and burning” to go to waste, and for future generations to know nothing about the gassing and burning of Jews. If young Jews like Fanny had not been spared, no one would be talking about the Holocaust now and the Jews would not be getting billions in reparations.

This quote is also from the news article:

They [Fanny’s family] arrived at Auschwitz, where they were shaved and undressed. Starr and her younger sister, Rena Alter, survived. So did a cousin and an uncle. She wouldn’t find out until 1964 that one of her brothers also survived. The rest of her family members died — they were among 6 million Jews and more than 11 million total people who died during the Holocaust. [the official number of Jewish deaths in the Holocaust is now 1.1 million]

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. It was then that Starr said that she gave up.

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What? Fanny has no tattoo? This is a clue that Fanny was never in a concentration camp! The prisoners had to show their tattoo in order to get their food. This was done to prevent prisoners from going through the food line twice.

There is a photo of Fanny, which you can purchase, included with the article. Will the Jews stop at nothing, to make money off the Holocaust! Will the stupid goyim ever stop giving money to the Jews? The answer is No! The German people will go on paying, as long as there is a German person left in this world! There are millions of Jews back in Germany now, keeping the Germans in line, and collecting money from them.