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'102 yr. old "Holocaust Survivor" Thought He Lost All of His Family, Then This Happened…' / Yawn. This again?

Postby Hannover » 8 months 4 weeks ago (Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:51 pm)

Just the tip of the iceberg for 'holocausted' Jews who 'miraculously' end up alive & well, hugging & kissing.
There seems to be and endless number of such reunions.

Countless "holocaust survivors", rather odd for an alleged German 'plan to kill every Jew they could get their hands on’.

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Amazing Story! 102-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Thought He Lost All of His Family in WWII – Then This Happened…

What an amazing story!
102-year-old Eliahu Pietruszka from Poland and now living in Israel thought he had lost all of his family members in World War II. He believed this was true for over 70 years. Then this happened… Eliahu met his nephew last month in Israel.

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If the alleged ‘holocaust’ was fact, then why are there laws in Europe to prevent scrutiny of it? What kind of “truth” needs to imprison people to prevent free speech?


If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: '102 yr. old "Holocaust Survivor" Thought He Lost All of His Family, Then This Happened…' / Yawn. This again?

Postby nsv » 8 months 4 weeks ago (Tue Mar 13, 2018 5:16 am)

But if I imagine it long enough, my mind makes it real!
This is how they all think

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Re: '102 yr. old "Holocaust Survivor" Thought He Lost All of His Family, Then This Happened…' / Yawn. This again?

Postby Inquisitor » 8 months 3 weeks ago (Sat Mar 17, 2018 10:10 pm)

He believed this was true for over 70 years...


And one can only imagine how many other family members also expired in that seven decades! Yet the "where did they all go" canard persists.


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