Jim Rizoli discusses how so called Holocaust survivors seem to thrive on their Holohoax stories to scare kids into believing their lies.


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  1. Immediately after WW2, and during the early post-war years, the former inmates of these camps often referred to ” gas ovens ” where people were put to death. The reason is, of course, is that they didn’t know what they were talking about – and so in their minds they combined gas chambers, with crematorium ovens and chimney stacks that belched forth sinister black smoke!

    It would appear that dear old Miriam is still confused even today, but never-the-less has been invited by the educational system in Florida to relate all this fantasy stuff to impressionable youngsters. But what they think about it all is difficult to say: does an image of a gigantic kitchen oven appear in their minds-eye – one where the victims were all pushed inside; the burners switched on; and the Jews baked liked a Sunday roast joint.

    But I have my doubts about how genuine Miriam really is. She claims that she was 16 years old when she was in Auschwitz. Well, let’s say that was in 1944 – which would make her at least 88. But, I’ll leave it for others to decide whether the lady we see in the image is really that age, or is perhaps ten or fifteen years younger than that.


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