How right he is. Here's a story to warm the cockles of anyone's heart. A whole family were thought deaded in the holocaust and yet they showed up decades later! It's the same old same old, 'there were forty seven of us herded into Auschwitz and I was the only survivor, why my mother was gassed just minutes after arriving...'
So this story just proves where the jews went and how they weren't holocausted.
As always Andrew Anglin's sense of humour wins the day.
https://bbs.dailystormer.com/t/israeli- ... ves/125813
Young Adolf had a lot of positive qualities: he loved animals, valued the arts, was an excellent public speaker and demonstrated talent as a watercolor painter.
Unfortunately, he also suffered from an irrational fear of big noses.
Though doctors assumed that Hitler's phobia would subside with age, the opposite happened. It became so bad, in fact, that the adult Hitler – now Chancellor of Germany – started a second World War just to exterminate the most nasally-endowed race of all time: Jews.
And, for the most part, he succeeded. By the war's end, exactly six million Jews were incinerated, gassed and lampshaded (in that order) by Rutger Hauer-esque Nazi soldiers in Polish death camps.
Growing up in Israel, Alex Kafri had always assumed that aside from his parents and sister, he was alone in this world. His mother’s entire family, he knew for a fact, had been wiped out during the Holocaust. Although his father never discussed the family members left behind in Lithuania, Kafri was given to believe they had fared no better.
Imagine his surprise, then, when he suddenly discovered many living relatives on his father’s side. A huge number, in fact. After meeting 500 members of his newfound family members at a reunion in London last week, Kafri is still pinching himself in disbelief.
“I may be 71 years old, but when I was first notified that there was this big family I never knew about, I cried,” says the grandfather of nine. “And every time I have told the story since, I get overcome with emotion.”
Among the 500 family members who convened in London last week were representatives of 15 countries, including one distant cousin who flew in from Siberia.
But for Kafri, nothing conveyed the magnitude of the moment better than a scroll stretched out across the center of the hotel conference room with the family tree printed upon it.
“It was 30 meters long,” he says.
Yes you read that correctly, one of them flew in from his home in SIBERIA!!!