The Holocaust Industry is mourning the death of its top salesperson, Elie Wiesel, who died on Saturday at age 87.
Elie Wiesel, like Barack Obama, though proved to be a fraud, was honored by the Zionist-controlled Nobel Academy with peace award in 1986.
Elie Wiesel, had been called “Liar, Fraud,” and “a salesperson any organization would love to have,” by fellow Crypto Zionists such as Norman Finkelstein, Noam Chomsky, and Rabbi Micheal Lerner.
Elie Wiesel was an Israeli Mossad agent and like Benjamin Netanyahu suffered from Iranophobia. In 2012, he proposed that Mossad should kidnap Iran’s president Ahmadinejad. In 2014, Wiesel urged US Senate to declare war on Iran.
In September 2014, Elie Wiesel, in an add posted at Israeli Ha’aretz praised the expulsion of Palestinians from their homes to make way for yet more illegal settlements in internally disputed East Jerusalem.
Elie Wiesel was a member of late Israeli prime minister Menachem Begin’s Jewish terrorist militia Irgun in the 1940s when that terrorist group employed extreme violence against Arab civilians and was more than ready to use it against the Arab fellow Jews in Palestine and Iraq.
The UK-US journalist and author Alexander Cockburn’s (died 2012) 2006 article, entitled, Truth an Fiction in Elie Wiesel’s NIGHT (here) to understand Elie Wiesel’s evil mind. Also watch below a fellow Jew debunking his lies about Auschwitz.
The book that became Night was originally a much longer account, published in Yiddish in 1956, under the title Un di Velt Hot Geshvign(And the World Remained Silent). Wiesel was living in Paris at the time. By 1958 he had translated his book from Yiddish into French, publishing it in that year under the title La Nuit. Wiesel says it was severely cut down in length by Jerome Lindon, the chief editor at Editions de Minuit. In 1960 came the English translation, Night, published by Hill & Wang. The 2006 edition of Night is translated from the 1958 French version by Wiesel’s wife, Marion, and in the introduction Wiesel says he has “been able to correct and revise a number of important details“.
“The trouble here is that in its central, most crucial scene, Night isn’t historically true, and at least two other important episodes are almost certainly fiction,” Cockburn claimed.
Christopher Hitchens, who found out his “Jewishness” a few years before his death, was a great friend of Indian-British author Salman Rushdie. In his memoir Hitch-22, as an atheist, Hitchens reveals his hatred of religions particularly Islam. On February 19, 2001, Hitchens in an article, entitled Wiesel Words, called him a Windbag.