Uploaded on May 23, 2011
Part 4 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nj32EN...
The end of the segment debunking Spielberg's character Irene Zisblatt, who, in the previous part 2, lies about escaping from inside a gas chamber, being thrown over the electrified barbed wire fence naked into an open train.
Fortunately, her lies can be debunked since she lies about which camps she was then sent to.
Zisblatt is actually on record as being transferred to totally different camps than the ones she inserts herself in.
Her decision to lie about which camps she was sent to was an effort to insert herself into the book "Heroes of the Holocaust." She even plagiarizes where she was liberated in order to gel with the story of young women featured in a segment of that book.
Overall, Spielberg used her to advance the ruthless Zionist agenda. The diamond pendant she lies about, saying it's made out of diamonds she repeatedly swallowed and defecated for a year while in Auschwitz and on death marches, was used for the first time ever as a prop in Steven Spielberg's Oscar winning documentary fraud, The Last Days.
Next, a segment covering Alice Lok Cahana, who, like Zisblatt, also claims to have escaped certain death from inside a Nazi gas chamber. Like Zisblatt, Cahana's story wound up on Spielberg's cutting room floor.
Did Spielberg think we could swallow Zisblatt's lies about defecating and swallowing diamonds for a year but not two seperate gas chamber escapes?
The final segment here is about Nazi doctor Hans Munch, portrayed as an evil villain (in denial) in Spielberg's The Last Days.
Renee Firestone discovers a document at Auschwitz that the filmmakers portray proves that her deceased sister was "experimented on" apparently to death!, but where did she get that conclusion?
From the now head of the Auschwitz archives who said on camera that it was a blood test (routine)?
Or the Zionist filmmakers who deliberately falsely interpreted this document, while mixing in footage of Irene ZIsblatt lying about being a guinea pig of Mengele?