On Tuesday, Jerusalem-based Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC) displayed 2000 posters in three German cities (Berlin, Hamburg and Cologne), offering a reward of upto 25,000 euros ($33,000) for information leading to arrest and conviction of a former Nazi labor camp officials. The poster features a black-and-white photo of the Auschwitz-Birkenau and the tageline: “Late but not too late”. This is part of SWC’s “Operation Last Chance”, latest Israeli PR to keep the Zionist narrative of Holocaust alive.

“We expect to get tips about people who served in the death camps or in Einsatzgruppen (mobile death squads) and in that way to help to bring them to justice,” Efraim Zuroff, director of Israeli branch of SWC told Reuters.

Zuhoff also said that the SWC had been encouraged by the arrest in Germany in May of Hans Lipschis, a 93-year-old suspected former Auschwitz guard.

The Los Angelese-based organization is named after the renowned Nazi-hunter, Simon Weisenthal. Professor Tom Segev, an Israeli historian and author has called Weisenthal ”a fame-seeking myth-maker and an Israeli Mossad agent,” in his book, ‘Simon Weisenthal: The Life and Legend’. Watch an interview with Tom Segev below.

Former Austrian Jewish Chancellor Bruno Kreisky called Weisenthal a “Gestapo collaborator”.

Lenni Brenner, a Jewish historian and author, in his book, 51 Documents: Zionist Collaboration With The Nazis, claims that Zionist Jews not only collaborated with Hitler – but also with other dictators like Italy’s Benito Mussolini and Japan’s Tojo Hideki.

Former Toronto’s Chief Rabbi, Wolf Gunther, in his 1990 book, ‘The Man Who Would Be Messiah’, claims that Frankist Jews committed Holocaust. Foreward of the book is written by Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Weisel.

American Jewish journalist and author, John Sack (died 2004), wrote in book, An Eye for an Eye, that at the end of WWII, some Jews were given vast authority to populate the Nazi concentration camps with German victims. In all, 1,255 concentration camps were run by Jewish commandants. German men, women, children, and even babies were starved, beaten, whipped, tortured and murdered by Jewish officers and guards. Lt. Schlomo Morel, one of Po;ish Jewish guard the book exposed, was indicted by Polish authorities for crimes against humanity and for the extermination of innocent people. However, he managed to escape to Israel where he died in 2007.

In April 2011, the Belgian weekly magazine Knack published an article entitled, “Hitler was related to Somalis, Berbers and Jews”. The news involved a study conducted by journalist Jean-Paul Mulders and customs official Marc Vermereen, who claimed that DNA samples taken from 39 of Hitler’s relatives – revealed genetic material peculiar to Ashkenazi Jews, Sephardic Jews, and African Berbers. The publisher, Roularta Group, removed the article after Belgian Jewish lobby called the article antisemitic.

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