Simon Wiesenthal (31st December 1908 – 20th September 2005) was a Jewish writer, vicious liar and Marxist state protected criminal fraud. Born in Buczacz, a town in the province of Galicia (now Buchach in Ukraine) in what was then the eastern fringe of the Austro-Hungarian Empire Szymon (Simon) Wiesenthal was the son of a prosperous wholesale sugar merchant. What Wiesenthal actually did during WWII is no doubt deliberately vague. He has given conflicting accounts of his wartime activities on 3 separate occasions. The first was given in May 1948 at the contrived ‘war crimes’ commission in Nuremberg. The second is a summary of his life provided by Wiesenthal as part of a January 1949 “Application for Assistance” to the International Refugee Committee. The third account is given in his autobiography, The Murderers Among Us, first published in 1967.
Wiesenthal first made a name for himself as a propagandist in 1946 publishing KZ Mauthausen. This was an 85-page work that consists mainly of his amateurish sketches purporting to represent the horrors of the Mauthausen labour camp. One drawing depicts three inmates who had been bound to posts and brutally put to death by the Germans. A fraud it was copied, with obvious changes, it was produced ironically from three photographs published in “Life” magazine in 1945, recording the firing-squad execution in December 1944 of three German soldiers who had been caught operating behind the lines during the “Battle of the Bulge.” Wiesenthal is also responsible for the invention one of the most scurrilous lies of the Holocaust construct, the charge that the Germans manufactured soap from the corpses of dead Jews. He stated that the letters “RIF” in bars of German-made soap allegedly stood for “Pure Jewish Fat” (“Rein judisches Fett”). In reality, the initials stood for “National Center for Industrial Fat Provisioning” (“Reichstelle fur industrielle Fettversorgung”). Wiesenthal promoted the “human soap” legend in articles published in 1946 in the Jewish community paper Der Neue Weg (“The New Path”) in Austria. In an article entitled “RIF,” he wrote: “The terrible words ‘transport for soap’ were first heard at the end of 1942. In another fraudulent article published in 1946 entitled “Belzec Soap Factory,” Wiesenthal alleged that masses of Jews were exterminated in electrocution showers. Typically Wiesenthal’s lifetime of hatred towards the European allowed him to accuse any ethnic European of cruelty towards the Jews. Indeed in January 1977, on his orders the United States government accused a Chicagoan named Frank Walus of having committed ‘atrocities’ in Poland during WWII. Overwhelming evidence showed that Walus was not even in Poland during this war yet Wiesenthal instigated an atmosphere of hatred and loathing verging on hysteria while the government persecuted an innocent man. Cases like this have been occurring against innocent European soldiers for decades and the European public appears to condone this torture by the Jewish tribe. Promoted as a writer and ‘private investigator’ the Walus case should have been enough to permanently discredit Wiesenthal professionally, but in reality as ‘Holocaust propaganda’ he was meant to maintain the Holocaust construct at the forefront of the public mind.