On November 22, 2016, Associated Press reported that on July 4, 2015, Jillian Eisman bought a jacket with number 84679 printed on the chest on sale for $2. She figured out that jacket was worn by a Jewish prisoner at the Nazi Dachau concentration camp during World War II. She later donated the jacket to the Kupferberg Holocaust Center in New York City.
Interestingly, Dachau camp had 13 prostitutes to entertain the Jew prisoners.
On November 23, 2016, The Jew York Times reported that a “8-line handwritten poem by Anne Frank fetched about $148,000 at an auction in the Dutch city of Haarlem.”
On May 23, 2016, the Huffington Post reported that someone found an old mug with a false bottom containing a gold ring and necklace at Auschwitz concentration camp after seventy years. Since there was no Christian or Gypsy prisoner at Auschwitz – the treasure must belonged to some Jewish woman who outsmarted the Nazi camp guards!
Now, if you don’t believe in such Holocaust stories, the Organized Jewry have Holocaust Thought Police in every North American and European country to put duct-tape on your mouth.
In July 2016, I posted the experience of a German-Canadian music teacher Monika Schaefer at the hands of the Holocaust Thought Police for posting a video, entitled, Sorry Mom, I was wrong about the Holocaust.
The other day I learned that her brother Alfred Schaefer, who lives in Bavaria, Germany, got his house raided by German police and his computer and files were confiscated. Listen to Alfred story from a video below.