Rabbi Chosen One wrote:
I was born in NYC in 1952. My mother was murdered in a Flabber Gas Chamber by evil Germans a mere 6 months before I was born. Shortly afterward in 1941 my entire family was rounded up and sent to Camp Feiertag along with 6 million other Jews from the Bronx and Long Island. I was separated from my family, denied even the most basic creature comforts such as soda&snacks,and forced to bathe in mass gravies. I was in a state of shock. I could hardly eat or sleep and to make matters worse, I had misplaced my cell phone charger. I felt powerless. This coming on the heels of a Hamas rocket attack that had left a scratch in my driveway, left me filling kind of sad. So I ask fans of the Holocaust to send me huge amounts of money to help me, a whining "victim" of the Kosher Armamaggedon Holohaux Minstral Show get over this injustice commited by those evil ZIONazi's. Cash is prefered, but I will accept checks, money orders and precious metals.
-Rabbi Chosen One
Dear Rabbi Chosen One,
The posting about your Holocaust survivor story posed some interesting questions, and at the risk of incitement of the many sane folk who participate in this forum, let me offer you our outlook on survivor testimonies. To us at AMCHA who help survivors such as yourself record their stories--before, during, and after the Holocaust either in writing, video or audio, as they prefer, we are not looking for historical accuracy. We are interested in helping you Rabbi, relate what you remember. It is possible that there are some minor or major inaccuracies in your testimony, exaggerations, or distortions. Whereas we do not want to analyze your testimony, we feel that the important elements relate to what you, Rabbi Chosen One, want to convey through your story. You may be describing something you have read, something as described to you, true or fictional, or you may have imagined it, or you may have spoken to another survivor who conveyed pieces of the (embellished) story. The question I would ask you Rabbi, is what is it you are trying to communicate. We need to talk to you pal, urgently.
Groucho Marx Lemberger,
Executive Director, AMCHA
National Israeli Center for Psyhcosocial Support of Survivors of the Holocaust and the Second Generation
Ps. Sorry to hear your driveway was completely busted up.
There was no holocaust.
Tit 1:14 Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.