The 14 Words

Saturday, 23 August 2014


A company that makes Bobblehead figures of different historical figures has now caught the wrath of Jews because of a “Holocaust Anne Frank Bobblehead”  that is currently being sold on Amazon.

Anne Frank is a figure that Jews have used to help promote their ridiculous Holohoax. She is said to have died during World War II leaving behind a diary that many historians believe was forged either by her father Otto Frank or novelist Meyer Levin. Despite its questionable authenticity, the Jews have used it along with Elie Weisel’s Night as two of their most prominent pieces of Holohoax propaganda.

So with this said, it is comical that the Jews are so outraged over an Anne Frank Bobblehead figure. There didn’t appear to be any malicious intent by the manufacturers as it seems clear that they fully accept the official version of their ridiculous Holohoax.

The Jews did say that they would be troubled if somebody made an Adolf Hitler Bobblehead figure, so perhaps that’s something someone should create and sell. Just think how many tears Jews would shed if somebody did that.

From Delaware Online:
For some, the young Jewish martyr Anne Frank personifies the Holocaust. For others, she is a plastic toy that bobs along on your dashboard.
Recently, I bought an Edgar Allan Poe bobblehead at The News Journal’s charity sale. Smitten, I began searching the Internet for other literary figures to amass a collection. So, I was a bit shocked to discover a “Holocaust Anne Frank Bobblehead” being sold on for $19.95.
Four reviewers wrote in, appalled.
“This is the most degrading thing I’ve ever seen,” one wrote. 
“What is wrong with people?” said another.
So far, the doll has not garnered national attention. Wendy Berger, the Jewish Federation of Delaware’s development director, said she had neither seen nor heard of the doll before The News Journal sent her a product link.
The Federation issued the following statement:
“The Jewish Federation of Delaware finds it disturbing and in poor taste that any company would produce a product that appears to make light of any historical tragedy.”
Berger declined further comment.
It’s unclear how long the doll has been on the market, since the Seattle, WA company that produces it, Off the Wall Toys, did not respond to a request for comment.
The company, known for producing funny toys and gag gifts, also sells bobbleheads that resemble former Pres. George W. Bush, Pres. Barack Obama, Elvis, Mother Teresa, Helen Keller, Moses and former North Korean dictator Kim II-sung. Other Amazon sellers market bobbleheads of Jesus and Pope Francis.
Which begs the question: Should certain historical figures be considered off-limits for kitschy toys?
The national Anti-Defamation League weighed in.
Deborah Lauter, the ADL’s director of civil rights, said she had never seen the toy before.
“When I heard about it, it just seemed crass and insensitive,” she said.
But then she took a closer look. The manufacturer’s description notes Anne Frank as a “beloved victim of the Holocaust.”
“The way they promoted it, there appears to be no malicious intent,” Lauter concluded. 
“I could see it resonating as a heroine figure for young people.”
“We would obviously be troubled by a bobblehead of Hitler being sold,” she added.


  1. Speaking of Nazi exploitation films, the current trend of propaganda seems to be Nazi Zombie and Werewolf movies! No to Jew Hollywood! 14w

  2. Howz about a Leo Frank bobble head, hanging from a little tree. I'd go for that!