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The Giftpilz - The Poisonous Mushroom

How Jews torment animals – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

The animal fell once more to the ground. Slowly it
died. The Jews stood around and laughed.

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In this story two boys, Kurt and Otto, go to a Jewish slaughter house and hide themselves where they can watch
the Jews killing a cow. The process of fixing the cow and the operation is described, involving callous brutality
and gloating on the part of the Jewish butchers. Four Jews hold down the cow while its neck is being cut.
The Jews stand there and — laugh.

At the end, Otto says:
Kurt, now I believe you. The Jews are the meanest persons in the world.

Kurt answers:

Yes, the Jews are a murderous people. With the same brutality and lust for blood with which they kill animals they also kill human beings. Have you ever heard of ritual murders? On such occasions the Jews kill boys and girls, men and women.

From the beginning Jews have been murderers. They are Devils in human form. There is a saying:

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cover pic of book the poisonous mushroomThe book for German children, published by Julius Streicher called the Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom) sought to educate children in the ways of the jüdischen Parasiten. It is still true today and there are lessons to be learned from it, not just for children either!



2 thoughts on “How Jews torment animals – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

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  2. Thanks for finally writing about >How Jews torment animals –
    From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom) | Die Wahrheit ist wie ein Gewitter <Loved it!

    Posted by Kennith | August 29, 2015, 10:58 pm

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