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Anthony Blinken Offers SHOCKING Admission in “Holocaust Survivor” Speech

US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken touched down this morning in Doha, Qatar, to negotiate the release of Americans held by Hamas. Shortly before Blinken’s speech, it seems that the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, dosed the US Secretary of State’s coffee with scopolamine, colloquially known as “truth serum.” Below is a text of Blinken’s speech.

Speech by Anthony Blinken in Doha, Qatar

October 20, 2023

Good morning. My name is Anthony Blinken. Today is my 996th day as U.S. Secretary of State. And this is the 839th time I’ve flown to a foreign country and told its leader and press corps that I am the stepson of a Holocaust survivor. 

My first day in office was Holocaust Remembrance Day—January 27, 2021. But that isn’t important. Because for me, every day is Holocaust Remembrance Day.

My stepfather was just a boy when he lost his entire family to the Nazis. He spent nearly four years in labor and death camps. He was herded into gas chambers disguised as shower rooms more than a dozen times. Miraculously, each time the Nazis tried to turn on the gas, they managed to screw up. Once they accidentally used nitrous oxide—laughing gas—instead of Xyklon B. My stepfather couldn’t tell that story without breaking out in uncontrollable laughter.

Another time the showerheads were accidentally hooked up to water pipes, so the Jews all took a nice hot shower together. The unfortunate part came when he bent over to pick up the soap.

And on yet another occasion, when my stepfather begged his Nazi guard to open the doors to the shower room and set the Jews free, the guard, a certain Col. Wilhelm Klink, told him: “Blinken, this is the last time I’m going to tell you no for the last time!” Col. Klink then slammed the door on his own foot, howled in pain, and hopped away, leaving the door open and inadvertently allowing the Jews, and the gas, to escape.

That story made a deep impression on me. It taught me that storytelling on a grand scale can and does happen in our world – and that we have a responsibility to do everything we can to make sure the goyim believe our stories.

Those lessons are as vital now as they’ve ever been – maybe more so. It’s no accident that people who seek to create instability and undermine judeocracy often ask questions about the Holocaust. They want the truth at any cost, even if that truth is anti-Semitic. And they want to undermine hate – that healthy Jewish hatred for anyone who stands in our way. Especially the women and children of Palestine.

That’s why it’s so important that we lie about the past, obscure the facts, and peddle exaggerated tales of our enemies’ crimes, so we can commit even worse crimes—and gouge out billions of dollars in tribute, I mean reparations, from the defeated goyim. 

Every day that I serve as Secretary of State, I will blather on about my stepfather and his family and the magical mythical six million. I will remember that a nation’s subservience to Jewish power isn’t measured only by Jewish domination of its media and politics and finances, but by its obsequious acceptance of our narrative of eternal victimhood, even as we commit genocide in Palestine. And I will remember that atrocities like the Holocaust don’t just happen. They are allowed to happen. It’s up to us to make sure they keep happening—to our enemies. Never again. For us. Ever again. For them.

Thank you and sig heil.

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken

One Thought to “Anthony Blinken Offers SHOCKING Admission in “Holocaust Survivor” Speech”

  1. Brilliant – topical, illuminating, and very funny

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