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Demolishing “Elie in Buchenwald” once and for all


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  1. katana

    Thank you Carolyn for pursuing and exposing the lies of the ‘Weasel’.

    Before I became ‘jew-wise’ I never dreamt for a moment the depth of deceit jewry sinks to in furtherance of their scheming agenda to defraud all and everyone in everything they touch.

    I remember reading jew authored ‘factual’ stories of ‘Nazi atrocities’ with utmost reverence and sympathy for the poor eternally persecuted jew. Both the evil of the Nazis and the innocence of the jews knew no limits.

    Becoming jew-wise reverses this complete nonsense and the jews loom large as the world’s premier organized crime network, with the holohoax as one of their masterworks.

    Carolyn, keep up your labor of love for the truth. You’re an inspiration to all of us.

  2. Mary

    Well said Katana! Ditto from me.

  3. Franklin Ryckaert

    Ba’al in Hebrew means “master” or “lord”. It was used in ancient Israel to denote the gods of the Canaanites, hence it had a negative connotation for the Israelites, but it still means in Hebrew “master” or “lord”. The name Ba’al Shem Tov means “lord of the good name”.

    BTW, I don’t believe the inclination of Elie Wiesel and other “Holocaust”-survivors to tell false stories goes back to Hassidic story telling. Hassidism is after all a comparative recent phenomenon, but Jews have been known throughout history for their dishonesty. The Bible itself is already a book full of lies.

  4. Elie Wiesel is Hasidic, as were many of those “Hungarian” Jews who Stephen Spielberg found the most cooperative. And told the best stories! Same with the Poles and Lithuanians. But you’re right Jewish story telling is not new.

    At Wikipedia, the founder of Hasidism is given the name Baal Shem Tov, not Ba’al. Still means the same though. I realize Ba’al is just the more hebrew-ish spelling. But even Jews don’t bother using that.

  5. Markus

    Student exposes the holocaust and gets an A:


  6. vlon

    Baals temple at Baalbek is adorned with the star of david.
    If one enquires who was Baal one will hear many not nesecarily contradictory explanations. l get the sense that Baal was the most powerful (dark) god and that many jews worshipped in his house.

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