Wolf in Jews clothing.



I can't start this off any funnier way than with this quote:

"A Belgian writer has admitted that she made up her best-selling "memoir" depicting how, as a Jewish child, she lived with a pack of wolves in the woods during the Holocaust, her lawyers said Friday.
Misha Defonseca's book, "Misha: A Memoire of the Holocaust Years," was translated into 18 languages and made into a feature film in France.
Her two Brussels-based lawyers, siblings Nathalie and Marc Uyttendaele, said the author acknowledged her story was not autobiographical and that she did not trek 1,900 miles as a child across Europe with a pack of wolves in search of her deported parents during World War II."

I'm sorry? A sphincter says what?
"...she did not trek 1,900 miles as a child across Europe with a pack of wolves in search of her deported parents during World War II."

It's like Schindler's List meets ... um ... one of those t-shirts that has a picture of a wolf on it.
Seriously, how did tards not figure this out sooner?
In fact, what exposed this was actually her last name, not her wolf-related antics:

"I'm not an expert on relations between humans and wolves but I am a specialist of the persecution of Jews and they (Defonseca's family) can't be found in the archives," Belgian historian Maxime Steinberg told RTL television. "Her family is not Jewish nor were they registered as Jewish."

Coincidentally, we do have access to an expert on the relations between humans and wolves. He is a Death Car scientist, and we interviewed him yesterday by picking up a red telephone that caused a light to blink on an antique computer in an underground bunker staffed around the clock by Death Car scientists and the monkeys they experiment on.
Dr. Benway, the aforementioned expert, had this to say:

"According to my decades of wolf and human research, wolves generally do not seek out minority groups to protect from persecution by cackling supervillains, Nazis, goblins or other unfriendly types. In fact, wolves tend to bite and scratch humans whenever possible. Humans, for their part, tend to wear shirts that have wolves on them, or work the word "wolf" into rock band names and songs, such as Wolfmother, Wolf Eyes, and whatever band sang "Hungry Like The Wolf". I think it was Duran Duran but I could be wrong."

He's not wrong. He's a DeathCar scientist.

-Tach

1 comment:

  1. Adam Goldstein18:37

    This post is racist!!!

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