A New Twist to the Fable of Anne Frank 

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NY Times: A Strong New Lead in ‘The Betrayal of Anne Frank’

Breaking News, boys and girls!

A “new lead” in the Anne Frank “cold case” has surfaced. Yes, after 78 years, “researchers” have dug up yet another “suspect” — a “variant,” if you will — in the “ratting-out” to the big bad Gestapo of the Frank family’s hideout in Amsterdam. Oh the drama and suspense of it all! Congratulations to author Rosemary Sullivan on having “the paper of record” poop out this puff-piece pimping her pretend paperback: The Betrayal of Anne Frank. Cha-ching, cha-ching, cha-ching to you girl.

Seriously now, is St. Anne of Amsterdam — who died of typhus at age 15, in 1945 — the only girl to have lost her life during that horrible intercontinental bloodbath which her “greater brethren” engineered? Can anyone tell me the name of a single contemporary German girl, or French girl, or Belgian girl, or Polish girl, or Dutch girl, or Finnish girl, or Romanian girl, or Italian girl, or Japanese girl who lost her life — in many cases, after also having lost her virginity and her front teeth to some brutal All Lied rapist — during those dark days of All Lied carpet bombing of civilian neighborhoods? Just one. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

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 Anne’s father, Otto, raked in the shekels by publishing what he alleged to be his dead daughter’s diary (based on loose sheets of paper) after the war (kind of a shitty thing to do). It was later proven that subsequent add-ons were forged.
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Many more shekels have been made by many more writers and “researchers” who haven’t stopped pimping the dead girl (especially to teary-eyed goy children) ever since.

What has always been most interesting to your astute researcher here about the story of the Frank family’s internment and Anne’s subsequent death is that it offers the critical reader (few and far between these days) compelling clues — in addition to all the others — which debunk the subject of the song that never ends about the event which never happened —- the Holocausts. What follows are some details from the official story — taken directly from Wikipedia — and accompanied by analysis:

Official Story: In September 1944, the Franks were transported to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Upon arrival at Auschwitz, Anne was disinfected and had her head shaved.
Analysis: Does the shaving and disinfecting not prove that the Germans were trying to save the lives of inmates (from typhus)? What does that do to the “extermination camp” story?

Official Story: Anne’s skin became infected by scabies. She and her sister were moved into an infirmary.
Analysis: Now why would “Dr. Mengele” and the big bad SS — at a time when the war was being lost — waste time and resources trying to cure these young girls in the camp “infirmary?” Would not a short walk to “zee gas chambers” have been much easier for everybody?

Official Story: In October 1944, the Frank women (two girls and the mom) were scheduled to join a transport to the Liebau labour camp in Upper Silesia.
Analysis: Given the rate at which the Soviets were rapidly advancing, the Germans had begun relocating the internees westward. If Bullschwitz had become an “extermination camp” by this time (as official Holocaust claims) then why not just kill the women?

Official Story: Anne was prohibited from going because of the scabies, and her mother and sister opted to stay with her.
Analysis: So, the big bad “Nazis” of Bullschwitz allowed mom and sis to make their own choice and stay with Anne?

Official Story: On October 28, selections began for women to be relocated to Bergen-Belsen. More than 8,000 women, including Anne and Margot Frank were transported.
Analysis: This doesn’t make any sense! Why weren’t all of these women — particularly the sick ones — gassed at Bullschwitz? Did “zee Nazis” run out of “Zyklon B ?” Why were the Germans relocating the Jews if their “Final solution”  was to genocide them all?

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The prisoners at Auschwitz — including those too weak or old to work — were shaved and deloused in order to prevent lice-spread typhus outbreaks. That alone debunks the “extermination” myth.
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British soldier delouses a woman at the Bergen-Belsen internment camp after the war. 
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Anne Frank — so late in the war and sick with scabies — was allowed to leave the “extermination camp” of Auschwitz and treated at a “camp hospital” before dying at Bergen-Belsen. That doesn’t make any fucking sense!

Official Story: Edith Frank was left behind and died of disease.
Analysis: Mom died in Bullschwitz of disease — not “zee gas chambers.”

Official Story: Tents were erected at Bergen-Belsen to accommodate the influx of prisoners.
Analysis: The Germans erected tents to “accommodate?” But why “accommodate” people that you intend to murder? Hotel guests are “accommodated.” Genocide targets are not.

Official Story: As the population rose, the death toll due to disease increased rapidly. In early 1945, a typhus epidemic spread through the camp (Bergen-Belsen), killing 17,000 prisoners. Other diseases, including typhoid fever, were rampant. Due to these chaotic conditions, it was not possible to determine the specific cause of Anne’s death; however, there was evidence that she died from the epidemic.
Analysis: Amazing. People have actually been put in prison for saying that it was diseases, not “gassings,” — particularly during the “chaotic conditions” of the closing months of the war — which killed thousands of inmates. And yet, the “respectable historians” recounting the story of Anne Frank actually confirm as much.

Official Story: Gena Turgel, who worked in the camp hospital, said that the typhus epidemic at the camp took a terrible toll on the inmates: “The people were dying like flies.”
Analysis: Camp hospital? I suppose “zee Nazis” wanted the Jews to get healthy for their final trip to “zee gas chambers.” Makes perfect sense.

Official Story: Otto Frank survived his internment in Auschwitz. After the war ended, he returned to Amsterdam in June 1945.
Analysis: The SS also forgot to “gas” Papa Frank — who went on to cash in “bigly”  on the death of his daughter.

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The joke’s on you.

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Pappa Frank used his ballpoint pen (an item not widely available until the 1950s) to make a fortune off of his dead daughter’s name.
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A “variant” of the scam: – About 20 years after Otto Frank died, a Jewess named Cara Weiss published what she purported to be reply “letters of wisdom” written to her by Mr. Frank (who she never met) when she was just 13 years old.
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Ah, show us the shekels, Cara. Show us the shekels!