This never happened the most:
Mr. Hubert was sent to Buchenwald. ”In the camp there was a cage with a bear and an eagle,” he said. ”Every day, they would throw a Jew in there. The bear would tear him apart and the eagle would pick at his bones.” ”But that’s unbelievable,” whispered a visitor. ”It is unbelievable,” said Mr. Hubert, ”but it happened.”Time ‘Too Painful’ to Remember, New York Times, 10 November 1988
No it didn’t. Even if the story wasn’t obviously absurd, it was also impossible.
- Buchenwald was a Nazi concentration camp established on Ettersberg hill near Weimar, Germany, in July 1937. It was one of the first and the largest of the concentration camps within Germany’s 1937 borders.
- The brown bear was considered extinct in Germany after the last bear was shot in 1835 in the Bavarian Alps near Ruhpolding. In May 2006, 171 years later, a young male bear made headlines after wandering 250 kilometers (155 miles) from northern Italy to Bavaria.
As always, the only thing one can be absolutely certain did not happen is whatever passes for the mainstream media’s official story. And remember, what they’re telling you today will one day be seen to be as ridiculous as what they were reporting in 1988.