Thousands of French March Through Paris to Mourn the Murder of Holohoax Survivor

Michael Byron
Daily Stormer
March 29, 2018

Earlier this week, an 85-year-old Holohoax survivor was killed in her Paris apartment. Her murderer, presumed to be an Arabian gentleman, stabbed her, robbed her and then set her body aflame in what the media described as a virulent act of anti-Semitism.

I’m not sure how a Semite can commit an act of anti-Semitism against another Semite, but anyway, Parisians have taken to the streets to mourn it.


Thousands of mourners silently walked through Paris on Wednesday to condemn the gruesome murder of an 85-year-old Jewish woman, the latest in a series of anti-Semitic attacks that have convulsed France’s dwindling Jewish community.

Mireille Knoll reportedly escaped a notorious World War II roundup of Paris Jews, in which police herded some 13,000 people — including more than 4,000 children — into a stadium and shipped them to the Auschwitz death camp in Nazi German-occupied Poland.

Knoll managed to flee with her mother to Portugal.

After the war she returned to the French capital and married a Holocaust survivor, who died in the early 2000s.

Knoll was found dead in her bed in her small apartment in eastern Paris last Friday by firefighters called to extinguish a blaze, as Breitbart News reported.

The CRIF compared the cowardly killing to that of Sarah Halimi, 65, who was beaten and thrown from her balcony last April. That murder was reclassified as anti-Semitic last month. The suspect is in a psychiatric hospital.

Investigators are working on the theory that Knoll’s killers stabbed her, robbed her and set her body on fire because she was a Jew.

Frankly, this makes me sick.

Actual French people are constantly attacked and killed in Paris by Moslem invaders, but apparently it takes the death of an innocent Christ-killer to mobilize the citizens into action. And not just any Christ-killer, either, but one who survived the fictional event used to blackmail Europeans into accepting refugees in the first place.

Sure, it’s possible – even probable – that a lot of these mourners are Jews themselves, but most of them look French to me:

Where were the silent marches for the 13-year-old white girl that a haji deliberately crushed to death with a vehicle of peace last year?

Neither the media nor the people seemed too bothered about that incident. They seem pretty bothered about this one, though.

It’s as if everyone has been trained to believe that Jews have greater value than other people.

Like they’re almost…


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