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Date Posted: 08:28:22 12/20/13 Fri
Author: Joe Rizoli (Truth finally)
Author Host/IP: 18.104.22.168
Subject: Death camp...not
The Jews through lies have turned their story of the "Concentration" camps they were in into nonsense. This is a side of the story the Jews won 't put in the paper.
Finally truth comes out.
In a DEATH camp......or was it the Hilton?
"In Dachau 1938, the daily dose was consisted of 500 grams of great bread. We had black coffee in the mornings. In the noon we had a liter of stew (almost every day with meat). Only on Sundays, we had soup and beef meat with a potato salad. In the evening we had tea, some fat and a sausage or cheese.
I can't say how big these portions were, but I think it was about 40 or 50 grams of fat - mostly margarine - and 80 grams of cheese or sausage a day.
The lunch wasn't very tasty, but it was good enough. The Dachau Szeged goulash with bacon and beans accounted years of painful memories (...)
We could avoid the camp catering in the canteen. It was a fairy tale. I will never forget my astonishment when I first entered the canteen building. The entire block was about 50 or 60 meters long, longitudinally divided by a glass wall, which was separated into about 12 counters.
In the first two counters, there was coffee with milk and sugar, pies, cakes and sweets. Then following series of counters with salami, sausages, bacon, butter, canned fish, cheese, fruit, dried fruit, canned fruit, jam, biscuits, chocolate and with perhaps every imaginable food.
Furthermore, there was everything you could need as a prisoner: cigarettes and other tobacco products, ink, pens, pencils,
pads, brushes, creams for shoes, pastas for floors, towels and rags - in short, a canteen was a shop.
In one of the counters, there was a man serving in a white coat and cap, who led the canteen (...) With the same politeness, he asked every prisoner, no matter if he was a Jew or not.
He asked: ''What would you like, please?''
The prices were by no means exorbitant. In any case with the 15 marks, which we received every week, it was impossible to eat them up.''
-Benedikt Kautsky (Austrian Jew), in his book ''The Devil and The Curse'' (Teufel und Verdammte)
Translated by: (OV)
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