Friday, July 16, 2010

Mietek Grocher escapes Majdanek gassum chamber by walking backwards while guards weren't looking





Vhaaaaat?...you don't believe my tale?





Mietek is a Polish Jew from the Warsaw Ghetto.

As a teenager during World War II, Grocher claims he survived nine (9) concentration camps including Buchenwald and Majdanek, and that he was the only member of his family to survive.

In 1943 at the age of 16, Mietek says he was at Majdanek and was scheduled to go to the gas chamber.

How did he survive? A miracle of course!

While in line to go to the gassum chamber, Mietek was terrified, and instinctively started to move backwards.

Luckily, a guard was distracted while talking to someone, and Mietek managed to slip away and find his parents in the camp.

The evil Germans then just flat out forgot to gas Mietek after that!

Since the end of the war he has lived in Västerås, Sweden and traveled around to Swedish schools giving speeches about the events of the Holocaust™. [1]






Article from Swedish newspaper Östgöta-Correspondenten: "Mietek Grocher managed to escape from the gas chamber"






Note: use http://www.archive.org/ to find article if original link no longer works







See Also:

- Anita Schorr's Holocaust® Tale - Escaped Auschwitz gassum chamber by slipping into latrine unnoticed
- Samuel Pisar's holo fairytale - Survived 3 "death" camps - Escaped gas chamber by claiming he "was there only to wash the floor"
- Katalin Weinberger's HolyCo$t tale- Saved life of her sister by "burying her in ground for 30 days with a pipe sticking up through soil to breathe"
- Max Edelman's sad Holocaust™ tale: "Blind Jew in a Death Camp" - Miraculously survived 8 days without water, escaped being holocausted though blind
- Leon Litvack's tale - "Second generation holocaust survivor" says his momma escaped Auschwitz gas chamber twice by climbing out a window

5 comments:

  1. This kike must of set a record with all his camp halocaustings...DO I hear 10 camps? 11?
    Muh Money

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  2. Cleveland, Mietek has a ways to go. I don't know what the record is, but Abraham Landau says he survived 14 camps.

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  3. Vell 14 ish alot of halocaustings....Ver vas God?

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  4. My great Aunt Mildred claimed that she also escaped the gas chamber by walking backwards. In fact she didn't even stop, but continued moving backwards out through the main gate - where it says "WORK MAKES YOU VERY TIRED".

    Once outside the camp she hid in a waste bin where they threw all the empty cans of Zyklon B. Then, when it got dark she ran into the nearby forest and climbed a tree to escape the search parties with their dog teams. Only when it was safe did she come down to gather berries and grass to eat, and collect water from a trickling stream.

    Aunt Mildred then told us that she built a tree camp, and stayed up there for the remainder of the war - only coming down occasionally to find food and water. Once, she even had to grapple with a bear for food, and had to learn to hunt, and trap wolves, badgers and foxes.

    Unfortunately, we finally had to get the family doctor to have poor Aunt Mildred sectioned under the mental health act, as she really believed her own stories and constantly embellished them with new fairy tales.

    We still visit her every Sunday in the asylum, but the doctors inform us that she's totally incurable. She told us last week that she had been invited out to America to tour round the schools there, telling the students about anti-Semitism, hate, and holocaust denial.

    I'm afraid its just so sad.



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  5. ^ Thanks for adding Mildred's Holy Hoax tale. Never Forget!

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