In Hindu mythology Kamdhenu is the sacred cow of plenty which is always giving wealth .Holocaust tm is a similar Kamadhenu which has given Zionist Jews billions in reparations and sympathy ,besides acting as a cover for Israeli and Jewish crimes. It’s time for gentiles to stop feeling guilty
The Armenians who had their own holocaust (not trademarked ) have moved on as have Indians and Pakistanis after the horrors of Partition .The Rwandan and Congolese holocausts (again not trademarked )which occurred has already been forgotten so why shouldn’t the holy trademarked Jewish holocaust be forgotten too?
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, or Claims Conference, represents world Jewry in negotiating for compensation and restitution for victims of Nazi persecution and their heirs. The Claims Conference administers compensation funds, recovers unclaimed Jewish property, and allocates funds to institutions that provide social welfare services to Holocaust survivors and preserve the memory and lessons of the Shoah.
The Conference continually negotiates to expand and liberalize eligibility criteria in order to include additional victims in the programs. In 1978, after 25 years of payments,the total Federal Republic of Germany payments amounted to 53 BILLION DEUTSCH MARKS Payments from some programs continue to this day.
As of 2012, the Claims Conference has administered the following programs, which provide direct payments to Jewish victims of Nazi persecution. Programs were negotiated with the German government and are subject to eligibility criteria determined by the German government.
- The Article 2 Fund, a lifetime pension for certain persons who were incarcerated in concentration camps, ghettos, or forced labor battalions, or who were forced to go into hiding. Eligibility criteria have been negotiated continually with Germany, and include limits on income, established by the German government.
- The Central and Eastern European Fund, a pension program similar to the Article 2 Fund, which distributes payments to survivors located in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
- Hardship Fund, a one-time payment for Jewish victims of Nazism who emigrated from Soviet bloc countries and meet certain eligibility criteria established by the German government.
- Holocaust Victims Compensation Fund, a one-time payment for Jewish victims of Nazism who fled from the Nazis. Comparable to the Hardship Fund but for current residents of the Former Soviet Union.
- Program for Former Slave and Forced Laborers, a one-time payment for persons “compelled to perform work in a concentration camp…a ghetto, or a similar place of incarceration under comparable conditions.” Application deadline has expired.
- Fund for Victims of Medical Experiments and Other Injuries Application deadline has expired.
On November 9, 2010, the US Attorney’s Office announced an indictment against 11 employees of the Claims Conference and several other individuals for fraud and embezzlement of over $42 million. The Claims Conference management alerted the Federal Bureau of Investigation as soon as it discovered the fraud in 2009, and continues to cooperate with the FBI. On October 19, 2012, The Forward reported that the fraud had grown to $57 million.
In 2009, Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz announced that he will demand a further €450 million to €1 billion in reparations from Germany on behalf of some 30,000 Israeli forced labor survivors. As of 2013 no agreement has been reached.Israel has also sought large discounts on the purchase of two German-built MEKO warships. Israel has also received two Dolphin-class submarine for free from Germany, along with substantial discounts on two others , and has two more on order for a total of six as of December 2012.
Some 10,000 young Jews from Israel and around the world marched on Monday between the two parts of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Nazi German death camp in Poland in memory of Holocaust victims, notably some 430,000 Hungarian Jews who perished there.
With Israeli white and blue flags and dressed in blue rain jackets, the participants walked three kilometers (two miles) in drizzle from the gate to a stone memorial in Birkenau, to hear an address by Hungary’s President Janos Ader in memory of the victims. They were accompanied by some survivors, Israeli ambassador to Poland Zvi Rav-Ner, former rabbi of Tel Aviv, Israel Meir Lau, and by Polish youths.
The march began in 1988 as a biennial event, but was soon staged yearly.
So far, almost 200,000 Jewish youths have taken part in the march, according to the International March of the Living organizers, who intend it to be an element of education for new generations.