Friday, December 4, 2009

Yanina Cywinska's Hoaxacaust tale-"Nazis paraded around briefcases and lamps made of human skin while washing their bodies with soap from Jewish bone"





Yanina Cywinska




Yanina has much more to her Holy Hoax fable than covered in the previously posted article on her story. Her fairytale is certainly one of the all time greats.

With a story similar to that of legendary Holohoaxer Rivka Yosselevska, Yanina says she was covered by dead bodies from mass executions in a pit, and somehow crawled out alive.

She claims that she saw jewish mothers and fathers kill their own children to prevent them from dying at the hands of Germans. So, in other words, the jews were holocausting themselves.

Yanina says she "witnessed" the Nazis "parade around briefcases and lamps made of human skin while washing their bodies with soap composed of Jewish bone".

She also claims she was a worker in a ward where the Nazis were conducting a macabre experiment in which they "pulled nails and eyes out of Jewish people."

Poor Yanina wondered, "If God is so almighty power, why didn't he stop the atrocities?"



Yanina Cywinska was 16 when she was liberated






Article: "Holocaust survivor finds irony in her survival"



Note: use http://www.archive.org/ to find article if original link no longer works






Oh, and Yanina also has a book out you can buy, "Sugar Plum Nut: Triumph of the Spirit".









Hear Yanina tell her tale...










See Also:

- Yanina Cywinska's holo-fable - Survives Auschwitz gas chamber when dead jews fall on top of her, protecting her from poisonous gas

2 comments:

  1. Poor Yanina wondered, "If God is so almighty power, why didn't he stop the atrocities?"

    Well, Yanina.....there's a simple answer to your question; not even God can stop something that is not happening!

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  2. Yanina used to be my ballet teacher when i was very young, she was always so happy and kind you would never think that all this could happen to some one as happy as her. She's so strong, I'm proud to say that i learned the art of ballet from her.

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