Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Chaim Ferster's Holy Hoax yarn: "I survived eight death camps, saw flames coming out of the chimneys at Aushwitz, only water came out of the gassum chamber"










Chaim Ferster is a jew from Poland.

He was 20 years old in 1943, when he says he was taken prisoner.

Upon arriving at Auschwitz, Chaim says he saw "falmes coming out from four chimneys"!  Not smoke, but FLAMES!  Is that even possible?  Who cares!  It makes for a scary Holy Hoax story.

At Auschwitz, Ferster says that the same "shower room" that was used to (allegedly) mass murder people also had the capability to dispense harmless water.  Have the Holy Hoax priests ever described the use of such German technology in the camps?  Doesn't matter!  This makes for a good yarn.

Chaim was "liberated" from Auschwitz in 1945, but only to be then marched to Buchenwald.

By a miracle, of course, he survived being holocausted despite being in, count them, eight "death camps".   According to Chaim, the rest of his family wasn't so lucky....as all but two were holocausted.

Chaim emigrated to England after the war, and now gives speeches telling the "goyim" to not be "anti-Semitic".







Article: BBC: "The man who survived eight Nazi death camps"

Speech by Chaim Ferster in Manchester on October 19, 2014 denouncing "anti-Semitism".










(via Daily Stormer)


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    i vey you schmucks! i died 3...no 6 times in the holocauster! but luckily i survived every time!
    i have it wall well documented in my book too!




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My grandfather moishe was nearly gassed 6 gorillion times. Every time he escaped through a ventilation shaft by levitation. Buy his book on Amazon goyim!





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My great-uncle Schmuel Stankenberg survived exactly six million death camps.







Hear this "sacred" survivor tell his story:









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  1. Even at the end of his story he can't stop fabricating the narrative! He claims that when he arrived at Buchenwald on 10th April 1945 ( one day before the camp was "liberated" ) the other inmates there told him that during the previous week several trains full of prisoners had left the camp and had been machined-gunned en-route to some unspecified destination.

    But this is a typical example of a "survivor's" tale. It is pure hearsay. He is merely repeating something publicly that he's been told by others. But he was not in Buchenwald at the time that these trains were alleged to have departed full of inmates, and he was certainly not a witness to any machine-gun massacres. In fact, neither were the other inmates who told him this story - they were only repeating rumours, or hearsay, of what they had overheard or imagined.

    So this part of Chaim Ferster's Holohoax story would be described legally as "double hearsay" evidence. This is because, we are being told about an unverified event by somebody who never witnessed the event himself, but was only told about it by other people who themselves were not present at the scene of the alleged crime!

    So this is not acceptable as a truthful historical record at all. In fact, there is no evidence from any other source that these series of mass killings ever took place. We would want to know the exact locations of these massacres; the number of bodies found; and the results of the forensic examination carried out by the American forces ( who were then in charge of this part of Occupied Germany). Finally, we want to know if these bodies were buried or cremated, and where their remains were laid to rest.

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  2. This crafty old fraud is clearly reading from a script that has been prepared for him by others. His tone of voice and the verbal delivery is an act that has obviously been rehearsed in advance. He even breaks down in sobs on cue, but amazingly recovers immediately to continue the dialogue faultlessly. Watch his impish eyes glance out at the audience on at least one occasion after he has just does this.

    So where did they get this monkey from? Well, apparently he lives in a suburb of Manchester, in England, called Cheetham Hill.

    "Cheat 'em" - ( geddit? )

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