Auschwitz, Dachau and the Israeli 9/11


On the Yad VaShem Site, a Blog by Prof. Dina Porat appears at the following link-

It is entitled, “Auschwitz Camp On A Black Shirt At The Capitol”.

Porat’s first paragraph reads as follows-

“A slew of slogans, symbols and other uncommon sights accompanied the violent attack on the Capitol in Washington on January 6: the inscription “Auschwitz Camp” with a skull underneath, a drawing of the Capitol with a red Star of David suffocating it from all sides, the uploading of an image bearing a neo-Nazi code to indicate the takeover of the building. The American Jewish Congress, which monitored the attack and its aftermath on the unregulated “dark” social networks, revealed numerous blatant demands that America’s Jews leave “our country,” as well as direct threats on people’s lives, a plethora of epithets such as “kikes” and other hateful statements that are intolerable even in the murky domain in which they were expressed”.

I felt Prof. Porat made very important points in her article which we must all think very hard about when considering one of the main messages we must take away from the US Capitol riots.

Auschwitz And Dachau Were Considered Among The Most Brutal Concentration Camps             

From the Yad Vashem Site-

Auschwitz (in Polish, Oswiecim) was the largest Nazi concentration and extermination camp located in the Polish town of Oswiecim, 37 miles west of Cracow. One-sixth of all Jews murdered by the Nazis were gassed at Auschwitz. In April 1940 SS chief Heinrich Himmler ordered the establishment of a new concentration camp in Oswiecim, a town situated within the part of Poland that was annexed to Germany at the beginning of World War II. The first Polish political prisoners arrived in Auschwitz in June 1940. By March 1941 there were 10,900 prisoners, still mostly Polish. Auschwitz soon became known as the most brutal of the Nazi concentration camps.

One Hidden Message From That “Black” Camp Auschwitz Shirt Relating To Dachau And 9/11

Dachau Is Located Only 17km (11 Miles) From Munich

If President Biden did want to spend some extra time in Dachau, then it would be only logical to expect him to visit the nearest major German city which appears to be Munich.

If you mention the name Munich to any Israeli my age or even 15 years younger you should get an immediate reaction. For as we all know, that was the site of perhaps the most daring and horrible terrorist attack in Olympic Games history.

The Munich Massacre

The Munich massacre was an attack during the 1972 Summer Olympics in MunichWest Germany, by eight members of the Palestinian terrorist group Black September, who took nine members of the Israeli Olympic team hostage, after killing two of them previously, and killing them along with a West German police officer.[3][4][5][6] Black September called the operation Iqrit and Biram,[7] after two Palestinian Christian villages whose inhabitants were expelled by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.[8][9][10] The Black September commander was Luttif Afif, who was also the negotiator. West German neo-Nazis gave the group logistical assistance.[11]

Black September

The Black September Organization (BSO) (Arabic: منظمة أيلول الأسود‎, Munaẓẓamat Aylūl al-aswad) was a Palestinian militant organization[2] founded in 1970. Besides other actions, the group was responsible for the assassination of the Jordanian Prime Minister Wasfi Tal, and the Munich massacre, in which eleven Israeli athletes and officials were kidnapped and killed, as well as a West German policeman losing his life, during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, their most publicized event. These attacks led to the creation or specialization of permanent counter-terrorism forces in many European countries. The group was last known to be active around 1988.

Along With Everyone Else That Night Including Most Probably Joe Biden, I Will Never Forget Seeing The Expression On ABC Broadcaster Jim McKay’s face when word came that all 11 Israeli Athletes Were Dead


Jim McKay, who was covering the Olympics that year for the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), had taken on the job of reporting the events as Roone Arledge fed them into his earpiece. At 3:24 am, McKay received the official confirmation:

We just got the final word … you know, when I was a kid, my father used to say “Our greatest hopes and our worst fears are seldom realized.” Our worst fears have been realized tonight. They’ve now said that there were eleven hostages. Two were killed in their rooms yesterday morning, nine were killed at the airport tonight. They’re all gone.[43]


The Munich Massacre – September 5 And 6. 1972, Was Israel’s 9/11 Moment 

Clues To 9/11-

If we combine the dates 5  and 6 = 11

The Black Auschwitz Shirt seen at the US Capitol riots when combined with the Munich Massacre caused by the Black September Terrorist group brings back terrible memories to all Jews who were alive to witness these events.

The 11 Israelis who lost their lives combined with these other clues in Bold also give a hint to the 9/11 tragedy.

President Biden may not have been at Auschwitz or even Dachau when the Nazis were in control, but he most definitely had an opportunity to visit Dachau and see firsthand the results of the Final Solution.

And with regard to the Munich Massacre, Biden was alive when it took place and should be sensitive to the suffering that my brothers and sisters went through here in Israel both then and now.

The Palestinians who support terrorism will never change.

Americans have always been against terrorism. That was true in both major US Political Parties in past years.

But today the Democrats support those in Congress who openly say Israel is an Apartheid State. The Democrats also openly support those who criticize Israel.

President Biden has still not called out those who speak against Israel. And as I am writing this Biden has not called Bibi either. But it was reported that on Wednesday Biden called the Chinese leader instead.

Actions speak louder than words and it is clear with Joe Biden sitting in the White House the US relationship with Israel is heading nowhere.

About the Author
Born and raised in the Minneapolis suburb of St. Louis Park. Married to a South African, we lived in Johannesburg from 1979 to 1996. Made Aliyah with our seven children on Parshat Lech Lecha. BSB Accounting Degree from the University of Minnesota. Investment Portfolio Manager /Fundamental And Technical Analyst. Wrote in-depth research on companies, markets, commodities for leading financial publications. Served in the US Army Reserves Semi Retired spending quality time with my wife, children, grandchildren and attend Kollel while analyzing current events as they relate to Torah and Mitzvahs.
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