Antony Blinken, who is the Secretary of State at the time of writing this, released a video for Yom HaShoah through the official US Department of State YouTube channel. The Secretary of State, while being an unelected position, is a powerful one. Blinken is Biden’s principal adviser on US foreign policy and fourth in line in the presidential succession.
What is this video all about? I’ll get to that. First I want to address the two organizations that you can see in the top corners of the video, ATTN: and The World Jewish Congress (WJC). What kind of groups is the government working with and promoting?
“ATTN: was founded in 2014 to create solutions-oriented narratives around the world’s biggest issues – sustainability, education, health, civic engagement, civil rights and more – to move social-first audiences to create positive change.” Currently their featured project focuses on fighting anti-semitism.
“The World Jewish Congress is the international organization that represents Jewish communities and organizations in 100 countries around the world. It advocates on their behalf towards governments, parliaments, international organizations and other faiths.“ As with most Jewish organizations, the WJC is dedicated to preserving and promoting the official Holocaust narrative.
Even though there are hundreds of Jewish organizations like the WJC Jonathan Greenblatt assures us that the idea of Jewish power is a harmful myth…
… but then he also calls upon Jewish power to ensure corporations are aligned with Jewish values.
Back to Blinken. To explain the gist of the video I will quote Michael Peinovich’s telegram, “Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says his step father was gassed twice in Auschwitz and survived. The second time by pretending to clean the floors. He doesn’t tell us how he survived being gassed the first time. He was also rescued from a death march by a magical negro GI. From what I can tell, this is not a deepfake.”
That’s right, Bliken’s stepfather, Samuel Pisar, claimed that he avoided the gas chamber- a second time- by pretending to be a janitor. This claim, ridiculous as it is, is unfalsifiable. What is falsifiable, however, is the story about Pisar being rescued by a Black GI.
Thanks to a grueling ten minutes of research by Peinovich we know that Pisar’s Hollywoodesque tale of rescue could not have happened.
Peinovich cites a CNN article that claims, “Blinken’s half-sister Leah Pisar wrote in an op-ed for The Hill in 2018 that the family would later learn the soldier’s name: Sgt. Bill Ellington, who served in the 761st Tank Battalion.” Leah Pisar made a big mistake for providing a fact checkable detail.
About Pisar’s rescue CNN reports, “His stepfather, Samuel Pisar, spent four years in a Nazi concentration camp. Pisar’s father had been killed by the Gestapo and his mother and sister died in Auschwitz. Samuel, a teenager, escaped from a “death march,” Blinken said, where German troops, retreating from the advancing Allied forces, made starving inmates, mainly Jews, walk miles from Poland to camps in Austria and other places inside Germany. Those who could not keep up were shot by SS guards. Those who did not die on the journey generally were killed when they reached their new camps.” Leah could take a lesson in not providing key facts here. The camp where Pisar was marched out of was not made clear, nor are there any dates. Instead there are grisly details about the alleged cruel treatment of the Nazis toward the Jews.
The U.S. Army Center of Military History just so happens to have a fact sheet on the 761st tank battalion that details where that unit was during the final days of the war. I took that information and entered it into a driving route on Google Maps to create a rough idea of where this battalion went. I started with Offagne, Belgium, in December of 1944 and ended on August 1944 in Teisendorf, Bavaria. The closest they got to Poland, which is where all the alleged extermination camps were, was in Riesdorf between March 18th and 22nd.
Even though the YouTube video and the CNN article are vague about what camps Pisar was in and where and when he started his death march, it can be shown that it is impossible for Pisar to have been rescued by the 761st tank battalion.
For your reference here is a modern map of the area from the map above. Auschwitz is marked with a red pin.
The following excerpt from the CNN article shows a dual purpose for the claim of a Black fighting force saving a Jewish boy. Not only does it bolster the official Holocaust narrative, it also provides a chance to print some anti-White rhetoric.
What we have is a man in a very powerful position repeating an outright falsehood and spreading it through official government channels. And whether he did it knowingly or unknowingly, the effect is still the same.