In this 2014 story from the Daily Mail, a poor persecuted Jewish woman who had her 101st birthday celebrates by telling the goyim a nice story.
A Jewish woman who escaped the gas chambers of Auschwitz is preparing to celebrate her 101st birthday
Klara Markus, 100, from Sighetu Marmaţiei, in Maramureş in northern Romania, survived three Holocaust concentration camps before the Second World War was over.
Mrs Markus, who had been imprisoned in Dachau and Ravensbruck before being sent to Auschwitz, survived the Nazi German camp in occupied Poland because the Nazis ran out of gas.
‘My mother and older sisters were taken directly to Auschwitz. I never saw them again,’ Klara Markus told a Romanian newspaper in 2010.
‘When I asked about them, SS members replied shortly: “Maybe, you should search for them in the smoke or ashes!” and they laughed.’
The mother-of-two remained in Budapest for another two years, before the Nazis ordered the remaining Jews in the city to march toward the concentration camps.
After a month-long march, Mrs Markus arrived at Dachau on October 20, 1944, and one week later she was sent to the notorious women’s’ camp in Ravensbruck, before being transported to Auschwitz.
‘I passed through all the camps on the German territory. The conditions were the same all over the places.
‘I was falling asleep with tears in my eyes, missing my mother, my sisters. I got accustomed with the hunger, but not with the pain in my soul.
‘Everyday we were humiliated, tortured, I was surrounded by death and lot of dirt, especially the one from our perpetrators’ souls,’ she said in the 2010 interview.
Shortly before the evacuation and subsequent liberation of Auschwitz in January 1945, Mrs Markus, then 30 years old and weighing around 70lbs (32kg), was sent to the gas chambers.
She said: ‘I was chosen towards the end of the day with a large group of other women and we were made ready for the gas chamber.
‘But when they put us inside and went to turn the gas on, they found they had run out.
‘One of the guards joked that it was our lucky day because they had already killed so many they didn’t have any gas left for us.’
‘God was watching over me that day.’
Mrs Markus says her narrow escape made her realise that she had nothing to lose and she managed to escape Auschwitz.
Excerpt from a rejoinder at The New Observer Online
The latest Auschwitz “Holocaust survivor” story about a 101-year old woman who “escaped the gas chambers” because the Germans “ran out of gas,” as published by the UK’s Daily Mail is a “colossal lie from beginning to end” and contradicts even the official Holocaust story, a leading holocaust researcher has pointed out.
Writing on his personal blog, Peter Winter, author of the best-selling The Six Million, Fact or Fiction, said that the article, which appeared in the UK’s Daily Mail newspaper, quoting a 101-year-old Jewish “Holocaust Survivor” as having survived being gassed because the Nazis “ran out of gas” is the perfect example of the psychology of mass deceit and lies which has come to typify this sort of “testimony.”
In addition, the unquestioning acceptance of the easily-disproved lies of the “eye-witness” by the Daily Mail shows once again how the mass media is directly complicit in promoting the Six Million Story, he continued.
The rest of the rejoinder provides specifics as to the holes in the old woman’s story.
I guess if you’re a Jew, you’re never too old to claim to be a “Holocaust survivor.”