Saturday, December 12, 2009

Sonia Weitz's tale - "survived 5 death camps", lost 80+ members of her family





Sonia Weitz "survived five Nazi death camps"




The story goes that Weitz "survived five Nazi death camps - Plaszow, Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Venusberg, and Mauthausen".


Of those 5 camps, only Auschwitz is now claimed to be a "death camp" by proponents of the "official" Holocaust story. The other camps are now acknowledged to have only been slave-labor work camps.

Plaszow was a work camp located just outside Kraków, supplying manpower to several armament factories and a stone quarry. [
1]

The Venusberg camp was located in Saxony, Germany, and was a work camp where 1000 Jewesses had to work for the Junkers airplane factory called "Venuswerke". [
2]

Mauthausen was a labor camp in Austria that used inmates in quarries, munitions factories, mines, arms factories and Me 262 fighter-plane assembly plants.[
3]

Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Lower Saxony in northwestern Germany, originally established as a prisoner of war camp, lated used as a concentration camp where Jewish inamtes were held with the intention of exchanging them for German prisoners of war held overseas[
4].


Sonia claims that she and her older sister Blanca were the only two of 84 family members who survived the genocide.

She says she only weighed 60-pounds at 16-years-old when the war ended in 1945.

Upon being liberated at Bergen-Belsen, Weitz says she awoke in the morning to see an African-American soldier. She had never seen an African-American before, and thought that this soldier must be the Messiah. She later wrote a poem written in tribute to her liberator, entitled “My Black Messiah.”

Also of note in the first article below is the admmission that so-called "Holocaust survivors" did not begin to speak about the "Holocaust" until the 1970s.




Article #1: 'Guardians of the Holocaust' help survivors tell their stories



Article #2: Weitz Recalls Concentration Camps



Note: use http://www.archive.org/ to find articles if original links no longer work




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Sonia has a book of Holo poems for sale entitled I Promised I Would Tell.



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