Germany to Pay Another $1.4 Billion to “Holocaust Survivors” in 2024

Holla at your Jew boy.

He Holocaustin’ it, he get dat money.

You can laugh about how much money these Jews have sucked out of the Germans, and that they are somehow still sucking billions after 80 years, but the fact is, if someone shoved you into a cage with an eagle and a bear, and you only narrowly escaped by walking backwards out of the cage, you would also want to be given billions of dollars for free.

If you’d seen the Wall of Eyes, if you’d climbed the Stairs of Death, if you’d felt the sting of an electric floor – you too would want to keep being given this money for at least 80 years.


The organization that handles claims on behalf of Jews who suffered under the Nazis said Thursday that Germany has agreed to extend another $1.4 billion (1.29 billion euros) overall for Holocaust survivors around the globe for the coming year.

The compensation was negotiated with Germany’s finance ministry and includes $888.9 million to provide home care and supportive services for frail and vulnerable Holocaust survivors.

Additionally, increases of $175 million to symbolic payments of the Hardship Fund Supplemental program have been achieved, impacting more than 128,000 Holocaust survivors globally, according to the New York-based Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, also referred to as the Claims Conference.

“Every year these negotiations become more and more critical as this last generation of Holocaust survivors age and their needs increase,” said Greg Schneider, the Claims Conference’s executive vice president.

This actually happened.

“Being able to ensure direct payments to survivors in addition to the expansions to the social welfare services is essential in making sure every Holocaust survivor is taken care of for as long as it is required, addressing each individual need,” Schneider added.

The Hardship Fund Supplemental payment was originally established to be a one-time payment, negotiated during the COVID-19 lockdowns and eventually resulted in three supplemental payments for eligible Holocaust survivors. This year, Germany again agreed to extend the hardship payment, which was set to end in December 2023, through 2027.

The amount for each of the additional years was set at approximately $1,370 per person for 2024, $1,425 for 2025, $1,480 for 2026 and $1,534 for 2027.

Get dat money.

The survivors receiving these payments largely are Russian Jews who weren’t in camps or ghettos, and aren’t eligible for pension programs, the Claims Conference said.

As children they fled the so-called Einsatzgruppen — Nazi mobile killing units charged with murdering entire Jewish communities. More than 1 million Jews were killed by these units, which operated largely by shooting hundreds and thousands of Jews at a time and burying them in mass pits.

“For those who were able to flee and survive — they are some of the poorest in the survivor community; the loss of time, family, property and life cannot be made whole,” the group said.

When we talk about the factual and established events of the Holocaust, we should remember that many of them never occurred. However, they did happen, and if you deny it, you have to go to prison.

“By expanding payments to these survivors, the German government is acknowledging that this suffering is still being felt deeply, both emotionally and financially,” the group said in a statement. “While symbolic, these payments provide financial relief for many aging Jewish Holocaust survivors living around the world.”

With the end of World War II now nearly eight decades ago, all living Holocaust survivors are elderly, and many suffer from numerous medical issues because they were deprived of proper nutrition when they were young.

Ah, yes.

One of the most heinous acts of the death camps was not feeding the children enough.

Of course, the allies committed an international war crime by bombing clearly civilian supply lines. But during the last years of the war, any normal person would have focused on feeding the children living in the death camp.

You must be thinking: “Surely, the Jews will stop being paid when these brave survivors are all dead?”


The Germans will have to keep paying, because these brave chosen ones transferred their suffering through DNA to their children.

You might not believe that, but I tell you: it is as real as the masturbation machines of Dachau.