Monday 17 October 2022


Members of the Nazi-appointed Amsterdam Jewish Council, with Arnold van den Bergh second from left.

Jewish businessman Arnold van den Bergh has been accused of betraying Anne Frank to the Gestapo.

Reportedly, to please the Gestapo, he handed over addresses of Jewish safehouses.

Is Jewish businessman accused of betraying Anne Frank to the Gestapo INNOCENT? 'Upset' Granddaughter casts doubt on probe that 'solved' 77-year mystery of who revealed to Nazis where Frank family were hiding during World War Two

Anne Frank

The claims about Mr van den Bergh were made in a CBS 60 Minutes documentary and in the book The Betrayal of Anne Frank by Canadian biographer Rosemary Sullivan.

Mr van den Bergh came under suspicion because he was named as the person who betrayed Anne Frank's family in an anonymous letter sent to her father Otto soon after the end of the war.

Anne Frank's Diary - Some Honest Questions…

'The following ... comments are based on work by Dr Robert Faurisson of France and by Ditlieb Felderer (of Jewish-Swedish parentage)...

'Dr Faurisson spent nine hours interviewing Anne Frank's father in Switzerland in an effort to clear up the matter, concluding that Mr Frank and others had very substantially adapted and enlarged an original manuscript for financial gain, creating in the process a fraudulent document used in thousands of schools across the western world which helps promote sympathy for Zionism. 

'1. Life Magazine, 15 September 1958, has a photo of Anne Frank on the cover against the background of what is clearly and unquestionably the 'childish', non-cursive handwriting of a very young girl, say 12 years old or younger. 

Compare this with the handwriting reproduced in a popular softcover edition of the diary, that of Pan Books. In numerous reprintings over decades Pan has included a sample of 'her' writing (cursive) and even a signature attributed to her, both unquestionably and undeniably produced by a very mature adult, say fifty years or older. (Anne Frank's father was born in 1889). 

'2. A report in the New York Post (dated October 9 1980, early editions only) relates that Anne Frank may not have inked that famous diary.

'The German Federal Criminal Investigation Bureau (BKA) examined the diary and concluded that portions of the work were written with a ball pen, only available from 1951. 

 'Anne Frank died of typhus. Otto Frank was hospitalized at Auschwitz  and survived the war.'


At 22 January 2022 at 09:52 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not mysterious at all, quite contrary.

At 22 January 2022 at 09:53 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 22 January 2022 at 09:55 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, yes, the Anne Frank hoax/cash cow....

At 22 January 2022 at 10:24 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 22 January 2022 at 10:24 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 22 January 2022 at 12:19 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 22 January 2022 at 13:21 , Blogger Mishko said...

There is the matter of Anne Frank's now legendary
literarygenious, that has been seeding
the subconscious of dutch teenagers for several
generations at this point.
(Anne Frank's Diary and the required/selected
reading list were always meant to to be)

And ofcourse the obvious: while she supposedly
shared her secrets, her longings and hopes
and fears with the empty but receptive pages
of her diary, we as the reader or wider audience
know that she is DOOMED, that with every scribble
and jot the decisive moment of her capture draws near,
and with that her unjust demise.
The. Worst. Case. Scenario.

But we are somehow granted comfort and inspiration
by reading her most personal and intimate thoughts
without having to admit our lack of respect.

Our lack in respect in judging her person and
perusing her private and personal papers.

Because of her being dead but still present
within her diary it is hard not to project
our own ideas and reflections on who she was
and what she was about.
On the inside, in her private moments.

Quoting Johnny Rotten and insisting that "This is not
a love song -not a love song", would be the stupid
thing to do. Because wheather the diary was hers
or the result of someone's twisted concept of
creative writing: with a small effort one can
regard the diary as a love song to a future self.

Yes it is fake. And the realio dealio for many many
innocent enough passers-by, tourists & bystanders...

Greetings from Amsterdam, Mishko_

At 23 January 2022 at 02:39 , Blogger Mishko said...

The official perspective of the Amsterdam City Council
administration regarding the WW2 organisation known as
the Jewish Council.
(Not collaborators mind you, just "The Jewish Council")

At 24 June 2022 at 23:16 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know you’ve been back for a while Aang, just wanted to say how brilliant that is! Thank you for your continuing fight against the monsters.

At 24 June 2022 at 23:57 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Miles Mathis did a fantastic piece on Anne Frank with a surprising end. Only 16 pages and the whole story falls apart.


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