9 thoughts on “A Jew introduces his grandmother

  1. Flanders

    Even though that lie about the jew-skin lampshades has been debunked for many years now, you still find jews using it, hoping to slide it through without being challenged.

    A jew in the link below can’t resist getting in a few holohoax lies while demonstrating “moral superiority” while working in the old kosher fables. It’s a gross practice that the company being talked about is doing and I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if the owners were themselves jews. It’s a business right up their alley.

    “In the KidSpot article, McGlade added, “What a better way to celebrate your most treasured gift, your child, than through jewelry?”

    Many commenters on the company’s Facebook page agreed, applauding the product as beautiful, heartwarming, and helpful for the grieving process. Others, however, were horrified at what they see as a murderous and dehumanizing practice.

    Abolitionist Toby Harmon compared it to the Nazi practice of making soaps and lampshades from the remains of murdered Jews.

    “I literally did a double take,” Harmon said of seeing the jewelry advertised. “As I read the comments, I became infuriated at the cold-hearted callousness and dehumanizing remarks.”


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