I recently read a rather comical article in my hometown newspaper, the disgusting propaganda outlet heavily implicated in the Franklin Coverup, the Omaha World-Herald, titled, "After 58 years at Nebraska Furniture Mark, salesman and Holocaust survivor retires". The article praises an alleged "Holocaust" survivor, uncritically disseminating absolutely absurd "Holocaust" propaganda. I found this excerpt to be particularly ridiculous:
In the spring of 1942, Nazis destroyed their town of Dolhinov, Poland. Zelik was away doing forced labor, and his mother was among hundreds massacred.Every day some sleazy Holohoax fable is promoted in the mainstream mass media, just to reinforce the "victimhood" status of the Jews. You would think people would start catching on to all this nonsense, now wouldn't you?
Zelik (Jack) lived in the woods. Minde and others were sent to a labor camp.
Leta said a compassionate German soldier informed her mother and a few other prisoners that people were coming to exterminate Jews the next day. Minde was among those who shimmied under the barbed wire and escaped.
Zelik, meanwhile, became a member of a resistance group, the Polish partisans, and helped hide other Jews from capture. Even today, he finds it difficult talking about that time, and about what happened to his family.
"I had a very educated mother," he said. "Whatever spare time she had, I saw her with a book. For me, education has been the first priority."
How did he himself survive?
"I was young, I was running, I was hiding," he said. "Lots of ways. You eat what you find. Grass is not only for cattle."