Wednesday, November 25, 2009

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"





Katalin Weinberger




The story is that Katalin's sister was deathly ill with typhus, so she buried her in the ground on a remote part of the camp grounds with a small pipe sticking up to the surface for her to breathe. The sister stayed like this for 30 days, with Katalin sneaking food and water to her, and a jewish camp doctor snuck medicine.

I don't know what to tell you if you believe this steaming pile of horse shit.




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9 comments:

Northerntruthseeker said...

This story makes me cry (again) for the poor suckers that actually believe this horse crap.

Lucifer's followers sure know how to pile on the BS, thats for sure!

Crush The Talmudic Zionist Serpent said...

It's pity she wasn't shot with a truth serum.

Another fleabag who graduated in Victimology at the University of Deceive The Goyim.

'Katalin buried her sister in a remote part of the camp with just a small pipe sticking up through the soil for her to breathe. For 30 days she snuck food and water to her sister. A Jewish doctor at the camp snuck medicine to her.'

What the hell was the medicine? LSD on a sugarcube.

FugaziQuo said...

With apologies to Roger Waters...

Ooooh, you cannot find me now
Ooooh, no matter how you try
Ha ha, cruel Nazis, I'm hiding
Walk on by.

Lying in the soil here inside my camp
Waiting for the worms to come.
In perfect isolation here inside my camp
Waiting for the worms to come.

Greg Bacon said...

Sick with Typhus, so she buried her in the cold, wet ground for 30 days?

From the dictionary:

typhus noun an infectious disease caused by rickettsiae, characterized by a purple rash, headaches, fever, and usually delirium, and historically a cause of high mortality during wars and famines. There are several forms, transmitted by vectors such as lice, ticks, mites, and rat fleas

Yeah, burying someone in the ground for 30 days would nicely compliment the delirium.

She survived, even though during wartime Typhus is usually a death sentence?

Wow, it must of been divine providence.

Their gawd must of intervened and kept the burial spot nice and warm.

Christ, what a load of BS, but it sells and is worth Big Bucks.

Better not ask any questions or use common sense, unless you want to get tossed in prison.

brianakira said...

I once escaped from jail by faking death.

I was buried in the prison cemetery.

I was fed through an I.V. line that was regularly filled by a magpie I had trained to fly to the local hospital, teal I.V. bag from cancer patients and fly back and attach them to my line.

I had a catheter line that led out to a nearby organic farm.

I knew that the prison was due to be closed down after 13 years, so I just bided my time.

Prior to incarceration I had trained my dog to teach all her pups to come and dig me up at 0100 hours, Easter Sunday, 2000, which they did.

The coffin was quite comfortable. I had a cell-phone, mini-light, a generator, and I read Marcel Proust's complete "À la recherche du temps perdu" 17 times.

I also had typhus the entire time I was interred. It was a little bit uncomfortable at times, but generally was not that big a deal.

Lone Wolf said...

Brian

Your services may be of use to the Speakers Bureau who are always looking for talented scriptwriters for their 'survivors'

brianakira said...

Yeah, those Speaker Bureau stories are really quite dull. They could us a bit of that ol' Shoah biz pizazz!

Like this one:

"Manya Friedman (Moszkowicz) ... Signs appeared urging Polish citizens to boycott Jewish businesses. ... [Some Jews] were held overnight without food or water ... Manya’s father was assigned to build army latrines ... Manya was forced to work for a German company that produced military uniforms. ... 1943...taken to the Gogolin transit camp, and from there to the Gleiwitz forced labor camp. She never saw her family again; they were deported to Auschwitz. In January 1945, as the Soviet army approached, the prisoners were evacuated on a death march. ... transported for ten days in open freight cars in the bitter col... Manya’s arms were bruised and swollen. ... In 1950 she emigrated from Sweden to the United States."

I mean come on! Try harder people. I met a Ugandan women whose daughters were gang-raped and had their tits cut off and were set on fire, and her sons were forced to kill and then drafted in to the LRA as child soldiers, then she lived for years in a refugee camp in Kenya, then with one son to Canada where her child-soldier son became a pimp and dope-dealer and was killed in a gang shootout.

She could outdo just about any of these Holoco$t Jews in the suffering showdowns, but who cares about her? She's not a Jew.

vlad said...

And she was only there for 30 days because the other jews of the camp watched her getting buried, obviously thought she was dead, and proceeded to dig her up and try and fuck her!

Anonymous said...

One down; 20 million more to go!

ROFLOL!

(Every time a jew is killed is a great day! :-) )

JamesTheJust