(Times Of Israel) About 150,000 Jews who survived World War II in Russia — far away from any concentration camps — will nevertheless receive new “emergency funding” of approximately $1,400 per person from Germany in the coming days, according to the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany:
The funds, totaling about $200 million and referred to as the Supplemental Hardship Fund Payment, were negotiated in 2020 and originally planned to be distributed in two payments by the end of 2022. But the Claims Conference, an organization representing world Jewry in restitution negotiations with Germany, and the German government agreed to speed up the payments to help recipients cope with the financial hardships because of the COVID-19 pandemic that have been renewed with the spread of the Omicron variant.
This means that recipients who already received the first Supplemental Hardship Fund payment of $1,400 will receive the second payment now. Recipients who have not received any Supplemental Hardship Fund are eligible to receive both payments together now.
“As the cost of living rises and as the pandemic makes everyday life more complicated for the elderly especially, we’re able to pay about half of the world population of Holocaust survivors a significant amount,” said Greg Schneider, the executive vice president of the Claims Conference. About half of the recipients of the new funds live in Israel, Schneider said.
The recipients of the Supplemental Hardship Fund Payment are predominantly Russian speakers who had to flee the Nazis, but did not suffer the horrors of concentration camps. Survivors of concentration camps generally receive monthly pensions from Germany, while the recipients of the Supplemental Hardship Fund Payment tend to have fewer financial resources than other categories of survivors.
Israel has encouraged all these Russian Jews to immigrate — and basically throws them on the front lines in the occupied territories — land newly stolen from the Palestinians.
Part of the inducement to leave Russia isn’t to avoid “anti-Semitism” or “return to the Promised Land™, but rather they are guaranteed free housing and a subsidized retirement — much of it paid for by vanquished Germany 75 years after the end of the war.
There are no such free lunches in Russia — and Israel needs warm bodies to fill up the occupied territories, so it’s a win-win for both.
Of course, many in Israel suspect these Russian “Jews” aren’t “real” Jews at all — they are just Russians looking to retire in warm weather in style, but the government has been looking the other way on this issue because they need those warm bodies to expand into Palestine.
And no doubt many of these elderly Jews were communist aparatchiks who persecuted, tortured and murdered countless Russian Christians, but as Stalin once allegedly said, “One death is a tragedy. A million deaths is a statistic.”
Not only is Germany paying these Russian Jews, but so are Evangelical Zionists in the U.S. who funnel billions in donations to Starving Jews™ who escaped Nazi Persecution™.
Jewish Lives Matter™ — and the hard-working goyim — the suckers — will make sure they retire in style and safety in a gated community far from the Mandatory Diversity™ that they advocate for everyone else.