It never ceases to amaze and amuse how the seditious scribblers
at Sulzberger's Slimes will always find some creative way to take the most seemingly unrelated topics and link back to the "Holocaust"
TM. In this case, it was Valentine's Day. Get a load of this Marxist mush:
Day, couples often reminisce about that moment they knew they would stay together, whether during a vacation, over a fancy
dinner or, perhaps, while meeting their future in-laws.
For Isaac and Rosa Blum, who became teenage sweethearts 75 years ago in a ghetto
in Nazi-occupied Poland, that moment came as they and thousands of other terrified Jews were being herded to a death camp
by Nazi soldiers."
Play it again, Ira ... and again..
and again .. and again..
The Slimes writer with the Irish-as-can-be name, Corey Kilgannon, though clearly not a Tribesmen,
evidently understands all too well from whence his bagel is buttered. If he keeps this up, can a Pultizer Prize be in his
near future? Let's dig into a few excerpts of Corey's corny comedy.
Kilgannon: “I saw her walking
in front of me,” Mr. Blum recalled. “I went up to the German and told him, ‘That’s my sister,’
even though she was my girlfriend.”
Rebuttal: So, the evil "Nazi" TM allowed
Mr. Blum to walk with a girl he thought was his sister, thus saving her from going to a "death camp." That was nice
they were both pulled off the line and managed to survive the Holocaust by working as slave laborers in a munitions factory.
eh? Ever notice how every story about Holocaust TM "survival" includes the
Dear Corey. What was so "miraculous" about being sent to a labor camp? Wasn't that the whole purpose of the internment
camps? The real "miracle" here is that after 70+ years, people still fall for this crap.
Kilgannon: He is 94, and she is a year younger. Asked to recount their
lengthy love affair, they noted the absurdity of couching it — a romance incubated in the hell of the Holocaust —
in the frilly trappings of Valentine’s Day.
Rebuttal: If life was such "hell" in the factory camp, then how did the Blums manage
to carry on dating and smooching? And, as evidenced by the 3,000 babies born at Auschwitz alone (here) (some conceived after internment), they may very well have done a whole lot more than just smooch,
if you catch my drift. These various camps sound more like modern day college campuses than "hell."
Born at Auschwitz: Anka Nathanova, Priska Lowenbeinova
1- Rachel Friedman was advised
to lie and say her son Mark (pictured together) was born on Hitler's birthday – April 20th -
and it saved him.
Auschwitz "Miracle Babies" reunite.
Kilgannon (quoting Mr. Blum on the paradoxical elements
of the story): “You have a mixed story here —
you won’t be able to put them together,”
Rebuttal: Oh ya got that right, Blumie! We can't "put it together" how you and
so many hundreds of thousands of other "survivors" were able to walk out of this "Nazi genocide" alive
and well, and, in many cases, with a sweetheart on your arm and a frickin' baby in hers!
Kilgannon: It was young, bold love that prodded him to stand up to
a Nazi guard and save his sweetheart ....
Rebuttal: Let it not be said that
Sugar and I, er, "The
Editorial Board" of The Anti-New York Times are lacking in romantic sentiments, however ...
...from being sent to the Treblinka death camp.
Rebuttal: The Treblinka "death camp" in Poland was discovered by the Soviets. We
only "know" that is was an "extermination camp" because Joe Stalin's "commission" and some of
the Communists and Jews housed there said so.
Kilgannon: A hasty marriage followed, ....
Rebuttal: So, the big bad "Nazis"
TM allowed their captives to get married under their watch, eh? A paradoxical "mixed
story" that we cannot "put together" indeed!
1. The Blums, years
after the war. / 2. Scribbler Corey Kilgannon has hitched his wagon to the ever-rising
Kilgannon: ... and then a horrific honeymoon of sorts: stealing glances and brief exchanges under
the stern watch of armed guards.
Rebuttal: Oh the bloody drama! Reads like one of those cheesy
romance novels. Were the moon-lit summer nights warm and sultry too?
At least the Blums never had to worry about being burnt to death, crushed to death, starved
to death, raped to death and sadistically tortured to death like so many innocent Germans were both during and after
rest of the article consists of just the usual old cliched barf about the Blums undying love for each other and the secrets
to a long marriage, with still more obligatory back-story references to the traumatic memories of "the Holocaust"
TM and the evil "Nazis" TM etc. For
the witless boobs who so dutifully devour the Slime's daily dose of dung, this little human interest story serves to reinforce
their delusions about the HOLOHOAX. But for the astute reader who reflects upon every line with a critical
eye and mind, yet another confirmed story about "survival" and marriage in "zee concentration camps"
amounts to further primary source evidence refuting the biggest lie ever told.
This photo of an Auschwitz marriage announcement
congratulating newlywed communist guerilla fighters Rudolf
Friemel (from Austria) and Margarita Ferrer Rey (from Spain) was circulated on March 18th, 1944.
officer performed the ceremony. The
bride was given flowers and the couple and their son (evidently
born before Friemel and Ferrer Rey were incarcerated) were also photographed by the camp photographer!
The communist couple spent their wedding night in the camp brothel where they found some solitude,
peace and quiet. (here)