There’s No Business Like Shoah Business: Jews Continue to Agitate for More Money as “Reparations” for the “Holocaust”
Talk about disgusting. This is so unbelievably shameless I’m not sure if it’s authentic or a parody published by the Daily Stormer.
Note to Jews who don’t like anti-Semitic stereotypes: Stop personifying them, get your hands out of our pockets, and return the hundreds of billions you’ve embezzled from us in the last few decades alone. — Dissident Millennial
Pursuing Rights of Holocaust Survivors
Are you a Holocaust survivor who was interned in a Ghetto?
Are you a child of a Holocaust survivor who was interned in a Ghetto?
You may be entitled to a large sum of money!
Even if you are already receiving compensation from the Claims Conference or from the German authorities, including the German Pension Insurance you may be eligible to receive additional payments.
The pension is paid even to those who were interned for a short period of time in a Ghetto (including Ghettos in Poland, Romania (New!), Czernowitz, Shanghai, Sofia, Thessaloniki, Transnistria, Amsterdam, Lithuania, Latvia and Belarus and many more). The possibilities are for a one-time retroactive compensation, as well as a monthly payment from the German Social Security.
Who is entitled to compensation?
Any individual who was interned in a Ghetto, even for a short while, may be entitled to a monthly payment as well as a one-time retroactive payment – in some instances dated back to the year 1997.
A widow(er) of a Holocaust survivor is also eligible for a pension from Germany that would have been paid to the deceased spouse, including cases in which the spouse has been deceased for many years.
This claim can be filed even if you are already receiving a monthly reparation payment from the Claims Conference or directly from Germany (BEG, German Pension Insurance or BADV).
If you are an heir of a ghetto survivor, and the survivor or their spouse was alive on June 27th 2002, you may be entitled to a one-time payment.
* * *