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The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: John Rose ()
Date: April 13, 2018 07:57PM

Here is a reminder that the TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People and the the TRUTH HAS ENEMIES and the ASS HOLES who ATTACK this message are the ENEMIES!!!...

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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: April 13, 2018 08:45PM

We can't get to where we're trying to go if we don't tell the truth first.
So far, Stevenson's team has chronicled more than 4,300 KKK lynchings. They continue to find more.

Yeh talk about hurt!

John did you know that you can get a 15 percent discount on Tiki Torches with your KKK membership card?

ps Hangmen Rose your PM is full.



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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: riverhousebill ()
Date: April 14, 2018 06:06AM

76 years later, childhood Holocaust survivors reunite in California

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LOS ANGELES -- When Alice Gerstel bid an emotional farewell to her family's closest friends in October 1941, she was hopeful she'd see "Little Simon" Gronowski again. And she did -- 76 years later and half a world away from where they were separated in Brussels. Gerstel and her Jewish family had hidden in the Gronowskis' home for nearly two weeks before her father sent word from France that he had reached a deal with a smuggler who would get her, her siblings and their mother safely out of Nazi-occupied Belgium.
The Gronowskis, also Jewish, decided to stay. They hid for 18 months until the Nazis came knocking at the family's door and put Simon, his sister and mother on a death train to Auschwitz.
4 in 10 millennials don't know 6 million Jews were killed in Holocaust, study shows
"I thought the entire family was murdered. I had no idea," Gerstel (now Gerstel Weit) said Wednesday, the day after their tearful reunion. She and her friend clutched hands at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust as they recounted their story.
"You didn't know that I jumped off the train?" asked Gronowski, now 86.
"No, no. I didn't know anything," his 89-year-old friend replied.

In this April 11, 2018, photo, childhood Holocaust survivors Simon Gronowski and Alice Gerstel Weit hug at the Los Angeles Holocaust Museum memorial. Reed Saxon / AP
The two will return to the museum Sunday to recount to visitors how the Holocaust ripped apart a pair of families that had become fast friends after a chance meeting at a Belgian beach resort in 1939. How it led an 11-year-old boy to make one of the most daring escapes of the war. How it put the other family on a perilous journey through occupied France that reads like a scene from the film "Casablanca."
And, finally, how those separate journeys culminated three-quarters of a century later in a joyful, tear-streaked reunion in Los Angeles just before Yom HaShoah or Holocaust Commemoration Day.
"I didn't recognize him at all. I don't see Little Simon," Gerstel Weit said Wednesday of her previous day's reunion with the now-bald, white-bearded man who sat next to her chuckling.
"But he's here. Little Simon is here," she added, her voice breaking as she put her hand over Gronowski's heart.
There was much hugging, kissing and crying Wednesday as the two old friends held hands tightly while sitting outside on a museum patio to share memories from a long-ago past.
It was a past that began idyllically before turning nightmarish after the Nazis invaded Belgium in 1940 and began rounding up Jews.
Gerstel Weit's father, a diamond dealer with a wife and four children, decided to flee in 1941. He turned his diamonds into cash, bought nine visas that got his family and brother's family through Nazi-occupied France and to the French-controlled Moroccan city of Casablanca. There they boarded a ship bound for Cuba.


Gronowski's father believed naively he and his family would be safe hiding in Brussels.
"My father was not very conscious to tension. My father was not political. He was a poet. He wrote in six languages," Gronowski said, pausing to wipe away tears.
"And like so many of the families he remember in Brussels," he continued in Dutch-accented English, "he cannot believe that in Europe of the 20th century, of that civilization, he cannot believe that Germany can fall into barbarism."
When the Nazis arrived, Gronowski's father was in a hospital. His wife quickly lied, telling them he was dead and sparing him from Auschwitz.
It was on a train to that death camp a few weeks later that she saved her son, pushing him toward the door of the boxcar they were in and telling him to jump.
After the war he reunited with his father and eventually moved back to the apartment where he grew up. He rented out the other units and used the money to pay for law school. He is a practicing attorney in Brussels.


Gerstel Weit's family immigrated to the United States, where she married, had two sons and eventually settled in Los Angeles with a career in real estate.
Immediately after the war, her family tried to locate the Gerstels. Gronowski eventually wrote back to her late older brother Zoltan, telling him his sister and mother had died at Auschwitz and his father had since passed away. For some reason, Zoltan never told his family "Little Simon" survived.
She learned he was alive six months ago when her nephew searched her maiden name online looking for more family history. He came across Gronowski's 2002 memoir, "The Child of the 20th Train," in which her family is mentioned prominently.
Gronowski says he believes Gerstel Weit's brother was too distraught to say much about his family. His 18-year-old sister, Ita, had been Zoltan Gerstel's girlfriend in Belgium, and he had professed his love for her repeatedly in wartime letters, including some she never lived to see.
Gronowski's own father could never come to grips with the Holocaust either, he said. For a time, Leon Gronowski held out hope his wife and daughter somehow survived and he would find them.
"But when we received information of the concentration camps, the gas chamber, the mountains of corpses, my father understood that his wife and his daughter would not come back. And he died of ...," he said, his voice trailing off.
"Of a broken heart?" Gerstel Weit asked.
"Of a broken heart," he replied.

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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: April 14, 2018 11:27AM

Does a fully cleaned out, so called LOVING person full of Biophotons/connectedness call people ASS Holes?!?!?!?!?



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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: John Rose ()
Date: April 14, 2018 12:14PM


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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: April 14, 2018 01:05PM

I watched the whole thing John. You have the big cup and I have the small one. You can connect the dots but I can't. I am hurting thus questioning your Hitler rhetoric, while you are full of Love and on and on.

I guess we'll never agree on the internet. What you said about non-verbal communication is spot on though. If we met in REAL LIFE, we'd be fine. I am easily the most loving person in the room wherever I go and I'm sure you are as well.

But the Hitler crap and some of your other "theories" just smacks me the wrong way, and I will never agree. That DOESN'T make me ignorant, stupid or someone who can't connect the dots. That's a judgement on your part.

You are not as smart as you try to make yourself seem, thus why you are always trying to toot your own horn, a sign of insecurity and ignorance...



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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: John Rose ()
Date: April 14, 2018 01:25PM

[www.vocabulary.com]
asshole

Asshole is a common word for a jerk or idiot.

If you call someone an asshole, they're probably doing something not just stupid and annoying, but mean.
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Anyone who ATTACKS the TRUTH is an ASSHOLE!!!

Both of you guys ATTACK virtually every Message I Post here and all I am trying to do is help put an end to people who are SUFFERING NEEDLESSLY!!!

So yes, both of you guys are MAJOR ASSHOLES and calling y'all out on it does not make me any less loving.

In fact, it does just the opposite because I am FIGHTING for the TRUTH.


NuNativs HAS ATTACKED EVERYONE in the RAW FOOD MOVEMENT and yes, since this is a Raw Food Message Board, that makes him an ASSHOLE!!!

rhb NEVER discusses anything - all he wants to do is come here and argue with people and yes, that makes him an ASSHOLE!!!

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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: April 14, 2018 01:43PM

Notice I NEVER call people names, throw temper tantrums, say they are stupid or all of the other BELLIGERENT BEHAVIOR YOU engage in when someone doesn't AGREE with you...

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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: John Rose ()
Date: April 14, 2018 03:08PM

LIAR - LIAR - LIAR!!!

STRAW MAN!!!

STRAW MAN!!!

STRAW MAN!!!

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Re: The TRUTH Hurts a Lot of People...
Posted by: NuNativs ()
Date: April 14, 2018 03:51PM

^^^^^^ SOMEBODY NEEDS A TIME OUT!!! ^^^^^^^



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