It makes no sense for Americans to have to pay holocaust money! Following the ‘official’ version of History, logic demands that the holocaust survivors and then their children and grand-children pay gratitude money to the Americans, FOREVER. Plus interest. Seriously, this should enrage the American people.
I said above that it defies logic: I should have added human logic. For if we see the world thru judaic lenses, then we understand that this is part of the tribute gentiles have been made to pay . This is not only to show submission but also a tax refund of the Fiscus Judaicus, the Temple Tax, imposed on the jews of the Roman Empire after the destruction of the second temple in 70AD.
The Fiscus Judaicus of 2 denarii – the exact same amount jews were paying for the upkeep of their temple – was specifically levied to be then used for the upkeep of the greatest temple in Rome: the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus.
And holocaust money is to go towards the upkeep of the Holocaustianity Temple.
THE FORWARD – A new provision in the bill funding assistance for the elderly directs the federal government to issue guidance to states on serving Holocaust survivors.
The Jewish Federations of North America lobbied for the inclusion of the provision in the reauthorization of the Older Americans Act, first approved in 1965.
In a statement on April 7, the day the Senate reauthorized the Act after the U.S. House of Representatives had already done so, the JFNA praised Congress for the vote and for including the Holocaust survivor provision.
“With more than 1 in 5 Jewish Americans over 65 years old, Federations have been a steadfast supporter of the OAA, which helps enhance vital services at Federation-affiliated agencies,” said William Daroff, the director of JFNA’s Washington office, in the statement.
Federations draw on funding provided through the act for day care and transportation for the elderly and kosher meals on wheels, among other services.
“We are also thrilled about the new provision that will ensure the comfort and security of Holocaust survivors, and look forward to working on its implementation with the Administration for Community Living,” Daroff said.
The act directs the assistant secretary for the aging “to issue guidance to states on serving and conducting outreach to this vulnerable population,” the JFNA said.
Last month, the JFNA distributed the first funds to assist Holocaust survivors made available under a separate federal government program.
Of more than 100,000 survivors in the United States, the JFNA estimates that one in four is 85 or older and that the same number live in poverty.