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Original Post Date: 123113
 
Overview:
84 year old Irma, a survivor from Nazi Germany now residing in the United States, called into a radio show on december 21, 2013 to tell the story of her father, and how he tried to stop the Nazis. As a result he spent most of his life in prison. She goes on to say that she regrets not taking action herself in the 60's when the movement to silence those not deemed politically correct in their speech began. Link to audio from the call:  https://soundcloud.com/theblazeradionetwork/irma-shares-with-buck-sexton
 
Analysis:
Her reversals appear to have an ominous, future tense, tone and are as follows: "In emergency you know our men will be missing. -  I wish it'd fear us. This evil. - I'm so scared. - Nazis had done so bad I belie we're safe here."
 
 

Brackets [ ] indicate where the reversal occurs. Click on the reversal to hear the audio.

 

We had the most wonderful time when the Americans marched in. And it was freedom for us, but unfortunately we fell under Russian occupation when our area was exchanged with the Russians. And then the old Nazis were again [the same people that were running East Germany] together with the Communists.

In emergency you know our men will be missing.

 

We are born at this time for a reason. And I always say to my children I'm still here, alive, [for a reason. So I wish you well].

I wish it'd fear us. This evil.

 

One should um [uh express their] thoughts freely, and if somebody doesn't accept them they can discuss them. But why do we have to change our language, and approach to people?

I'm so scared.

 

I couldn't understand many of the things. But now I know what happened. And believe me [I feel so guilty that I was not active then] because my father did that all his life, and I fell asleep here.

Nazis had done so bad I belie we're safe here.

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Nazi Germany Survivor