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Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Jewish war criminal murdered hundreds of Germans with rat poison after WWII - still not satisfied

Joseph Harmatz - Maim Mendele  According to other sources Joseph Harmatz was also known to use the alias Maim Mendele. The Jewish 'revenge movement' he was part of was called Nokmim or Nakam. In early 1998 he was living in an apartment in the fashionable suburb of Ramat Aviv, a block away from the home of the assassinated Israeli premier Yitzhak Rabin.
Original plan: Poison water supply in five large German cities

But I still don't think the Germans have paid for what they did. 
Nothing can balance what they did

On October 5, 2012 a Christian newspaper in Denmark published an interview with Joseph Harmatz (87), a Jew originally from Vilnius in Lithuania.

In the interview Harmatz, now living in Tel Aviv, Israel, proudly recalls how he together with other Jews, planned to poison the water supply in five large German cities.

They could themselves 'the avengers', and meant to make as many German civilians as possible, pay with their lives for 'the murder of six million Jews'.


According to what Joseph Harmatz told the Danish reporter Allan Sorensen, he escaped when the Germans arrived in 1941, and the Jews in the area were placed in ghettos. According to his story, he managed to infiltrate teams of workers who were sent in and out of the ghettos on a daily basis, because of his European appearance.

Left ghetto to kill Germans

Harmatz says that at some time there was a debate in the underground movement to leave the ghetto, and join the partisans, in order to kill Germans.

On September 23, 1943, Harmatz and 39 other illegal combatants left the ghetto through the sewage system on September 23, 1943, and hid in the woods.

The Jewish partisans formed four battalions together with other partisans in the woods, while the inhabitants of the ghettos 'were sent to death camps together with millions of other European Jews', according to journalist Allan Sorensen.

Not sentimental

Harmatz and his partisans who hid in the forest began a violent battle against the Germans.

His uniform allegedly was made up of a German belt, a Lithuanian jacket and German pants. When Allan Sorensen asked him how they got hold of these items, Harmatz answered that 'they were not sentimental at that time'.

They got their weapons from air drops by Soviet planes, according to Harmatz.
'As the war went on Harmatz advanced in rank. He was a brave young man who spoke Lithuanian, Russian and German.
A Zionist, freedom fighter, and one of the many partisans who slept in the cold forests, and made life hell for the German soldiers at the Eastern Front', the Danish newspaper reported.
Harmatz said that the farmers in the area were hostile to the partisans, because the partisans stole their cattle.

In July 1944 he allegedly 'assisted the Red Army conquering Vilnius'.


1 comment:

  1. Yes the Jews have done this to all white Nations add poison to the mix and you get Pure Communism !!!!

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