Translated from original, modified, enriched by Valkyrie1488

Any historical event should be accepted to be analyzed following stories or events. Evidence, files such as photographs, maps, documents, certificates, but above all according to the logic and historical data context in which any event took place. When people face a “continuous” series of illogicality, inconsistencies and paradoxes, what is being analyzed loses and falls from historicity and only remains a mere obstinacy, celebrating facts never happened as “happened”, hence assuming exclusively contours of staging, and hoaxing things that may get same respect conferred to as a Dogma, this is the case of the Anne Frank’s Diary, an incredibly false historical book.

This alleged Jewish human called Anne Frank was born in 1929 in Frankfurt and, apparently, died in 1945 after contracting Typhus, a dangerous disease and widespread, especially in all the European prisons at the time, including the German concentration camps.

The Jewish family of Mr. Otto Frank moved from Germany to Holland, in Amsterdam, where the status of enemies of the Reich was also systematically attributed to all Jews, who began in 1942 to be deported to concentration camps as well as the Americans did at the same time along with the Japanese, the Italians and the Germans.

The Frank family decided to hide, and not in the mountains, in a cave, or in a sewer, but in the back of a warehouse, in the first floor, house owned by Otto Frank himself, and they stayed there with four other guests, at least for two long years.

Since 1942 Anne, a 13-year-old girl, has been writing a diary, presumably in a notebook, where she began to write down many of the main events and anecdotes that, to her or others are things that happened in those two years.

The secret wing of the warehouse had a single entrance, a secret door, that on the outside was disguised as a fake wall with shelves.

The warehouse was inhabited during the day by two laborers who worked there and did not know about the eight Jews hidden in the building. The warehouse was also on a busy street and it follows that other houses surrounded the building.

Before moving on to the actual analysis of the Diary, let the writer note, after several attempts to reach the Anne Frank Center and the Anne Frank House (via twitter) only a few ordinary questions were answered, but any heavy, meaningful questions, that we deserve answers to, went unanswered or responded to.

Otto Frank was a banker, and once established in the Netherlands, he started a business. The Germans, as they entered the Netherlands, enforced the racial laws, so Otto decided to shelter himself, his family and some friends in the hiding place behind the door made to look like a shelf.

In the Diary, in addition to Anne, the following characters appear:
Margot Frank, Anne’s sister
Otto Frank, Anne’s father
Edith Frank, Anne’s mother
Mr. Van Daan, (Hermann Van Pels)
Mrs. Van Daan, (Auguste Van Pels)
Peter Van Daan, son of the spouses Van Pels
Ilbert Dussel, (Fritz Pfeffer), dentist
Miep Gies, family friend
Elli, family friend
Mr. Kraler

The Van Pels were Jews of Khazara origin, a Caucasian population of South East Europe, of whom converted en masse to Judaism in the seventh and eighth centuries after Christ, being not of Semitic origin they are called Askenazi Jews.

The secret accommodation was located in a three-story building, at 236 Via Prinsegracht.


Before verifying step by step with the forensic method for what is written in the Diary, it is useful to have the idea of ??who it’s author is. A thirteen-year-old girl, and if you know thirteen-year-olds necessarily you must make a comparison between Anne, thirteen, and one of her age, in order to understand if a thirteen year old would be able to write a diary, which is very well equivalent to a real book written by a professional author. where, always as a thirteen year old, you could read particular annotations, split of life, and anecdotes, in more or less complex grammatical forms, noticing her own writing style, although a thirteen year old writing for a first time with a “pen” can acquire such a writing “style”.
For example, is it a style or justification for Anne to address her diary pages to an imaginary friend called Kitty? Or using certain words, like “hypochondriac” and “heartrending”, and , as herself writes, having a doubt whether they are or less of a correct word properly written and used for the case.

At a later date, the use of the dictionary is written about by Anne, in order for her to know a meaning of the most technical and humanistic words.


Anne tells us about Lewin, a Jewish chemist-pharmacist, who works for Sig. Kraler, and who, in his writing, moved freely around Amsterdam so much that she was scared that he could visit the warehouse and bring SS to catch them. Was he a Jew free to go around Amsterdam while they were eight hidden Jews so afraid of being arrested?


Anne describes the neighborhood, a large commercial house and a furniture factory. She then begins to write about their extreme fear of being caught due to the noises that normally any family produces in a house, despite the fact that she says they had an “English” radio often turned on in order to listen to broadcasts on regularly basis, but outside their secret lair, in Otto’s private office, there was less fear that some neighbors would hear the radio than the cough of Anne’s older sister. who was given “large amounts of codeine”.

The windows were covered with “transparent sheets”, and Anne emphasizes the fact that during the day they had to such avoid to produce noise on the floor, like walking with shoes, bumping into tables, moving chairs, and being so careful of heavy objects that were able to end up on the floor causing adequate noise that could have been noticed by the boys working in the basement or their guests, except noise produced by the water of the toilet, flushing regularly after any of the eight people went to the bathroom, noise easily and consistently audible in the whole area of ??the home.

Peter brings his cat, Moushi with him and if you look for the word “cat” or “cats” in the whole text then you will notice that it is a word very repeated throughout all of it, so keeping a box for the cat’s needs in the attic, I would remind that they just lived in very restricted space, would not narrow their living area even more with a cat litter and its consequent nauseating smell, not to mention the meows that would not be ideal for people who want to remain hidden nor a decision that would be wise for people who wanted to protect an entire wing of a secret building.

The contradictions between screams, noises, and volumes of voice, run throughout the Diary, as if these eight Jews had a fear level on a moving scale, higher one day and less high on others.

The size of the building and its hidden room, the cats, guests for the night (Miep and Henk), beds, bathroom, living room always changing.

The services that the shelter house had in addition to a bathroom were also electricity (Saturday, November 28, 1942) … and even a vacuum cleaner … and, as mentioned, a radio, food, provisions, and a wood stove, where Jews used to burn wood, food scraps, etc., obviously producing smoke … from the chimney, highly visible smoke to anyone in the surrounding area. Anne confirms the existence of “neighbors” who could hear noises and discussions coming from the den. So how did they live in so much fear but continue to live like a normal family?

The light was turned on in the evening hours, ignoring the “transparent sheets” in the windows, and the nightly patrols of the SS


Anne, 13, has paranormal powers, besides knowing the fact that Jews are arrested and deported to places of imprisonment, this hidden girl knows how their friends were treated, who have shaved their hair (which is perfectly normal to avoid spreading of lice, fleas) and that are brought to Westerbork, where, according to the visionary, they are forced to share a wash-house with 100 others, and have very few latrines available. There’s more . Anne sees in her crystal ball that a great immorality exists between these people, even while many women and girls remain pregnant while they are prisoners.

There is more.

Still on the same date and page, Anne says that they cannot escape, they have a shaved skulls and a Jewish appearance … and “According to us they kill almost all of them. The English Radio says they gas them. Maybe it’s the quickest way to die … ” . The English Radio cited by Anne should be on the BBC. If you find the original recording before October 1942 where some conductor has launched into a similar charge of “mass killing for gas poisoning” we close this site and walk to the “Arbeit macht frei” Gate , where we will bow and ask pity for our wickedness.

An old Jewish woman, paralyzed – sitting in front of the house door – she had to wait for the Gestapo, who had gone to get a car to take her away. This is not even textbook: “old crippled Jew that sat paralyzed on some steps and had to wait for the Gestapo to take her”. If only there could be a name for what this sounds like, could it be “screenplay” or even “psychological warfare”?


Anne is happy, she has heard, we do not know how, that they will remove the electric current to the house for fifteen days.


I believe this date represents the keystone of the entire story.

Anne writes the Ode to her Fountain Pen, as she really loved that pen given to her by Grandma from Aachen in a red leather case and like today the kids don’t separate from their smartphones, Anne never wanted to be separated from that pen. Unfortunately one day, perhaps due to distraction, the pen ended up in the stove, along with food scraps. This can be seen from the alleged discovery of the ash of her metal clasp, but not of the “big” golden point.

Singular, gloomy but prophetic, the words of Anne appear here to give honor to her tribute for her missing pen: “… my fountain pen has been cremated … just like I would like to be… one day …”.

Clearly before this date the Diary was written with this pen, therefore, after this date no longer was the same pen used, and it would be interesting to examine the original texts to confirm this pre forensic analysis, but the Jews still deny the world this examination. The fact that a 13 year old is writing in her journal about cremation when, in 1942 the general population wasn’t even aware that crematories existed for people, is inherently questionable.


We are told that Otto Frank sold the home without informing the landlord, who on one morning comes with an architect to see the house. However, whenever the two want to see the rest of the house he uses the excuse that he has forgotten the keys to the secret door between the two wings of the building. Which door? Wasn’t it a secret door? Quite contrary to the popular belief that no one would even know there was an extension to the home, considering she describes it as a fake wall with shelves.


The Van Daans hear footsteps in the attic … it is believed to be attributed to thieves, and Mrs. Van Daam worries about the sausages and beans kept in the attic, thats located near the cat litter. Startling to learn the concerns were that of cat litter and food but not the fact that thieves could very well have identified the family’s presence in the building.

Anne makes it no secret in many parts of the Journal of the harshly criticizing of both her mother and Mrs. Van Daam, as she has referred to them on many occasions as idiots.


On this day there is an account of all the noises produced by the eight of them during the evening and night hours: cots that open with a hard loud rattling noises, chairs being moved, beds pushed towards the windows, the squeaking of their springs and doors, and in the morning the “ring-ring” mechanical alarm clock goes off.


Another entry talks of how Mrs. Van Daam passes the vacuum cleaner on her carpets at 12:30, as soon as the boys leave for lunch. How did the eight get rid of waste? We will address this question in the final stages.


The date alone causes us to imagine that period as the hardest and darkest of all war, famine, death, deprivation, hunger. Despite many families were facing extremely hard times, It is perceived, that at the Frank’s house it was the opposite. In fact, it is admitted within the pages that they would often feed the office staff and help up on their stock pretty decently.

Aside from all of that, candles, coal and wood are always at an adequate amount to satisfy the daily needs of the eight tenants. Peter even does his best to work as “Carpenter” from time to time, notably as when Anne watches Peter chop wood in the attic.




On Friday nights it is a Jewish tradition to burn candles for the religious purpose of honoring the Shabbat, seeing that the Torah commands it be honored and that cannot be interrupted. Candles, electric light and transparent sheets from the third floor in Amsterdam in 1944. Mind you, this all while trying to remain in hiding.


Anne tells us about the cleaning lady in the non-hidden area of ??the building and, at the same time, about how Mrs. Van Daan was preparing a lunch based on a year old cabbage conserve, and how the smell was so nauseating that it bordered on of rotten plums, disinfectant and putrefied eggs.

So, a more than obvious pungent smell of sewage and rotten food, but a housekeeper that is totally unaware of the eight, refuses to find the culprit(s) and location of the stench, all while she continues to show up to clean and unoccupied home, for employers who didn’t request her to do so, since they have “escaped” and hid from the housekeeper.

MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1944

Anne confirms that the radio remains in operation from morning to evening, despite the electricity usage, which at the moment we do not know who paid or if the electricity was paid. Also, the presence of the boys on the ground floor would make it hard for allowing broadcasted radio noise for that many consecutive hours.


This is an important date because it substantiates the obviousness, that the other seven knew that Anne was writing a diary and was holding written memoirs. It is not clear how one could prove the contrary. The eight did not live in a castle, they did not go out, and had time to study each other for two long years, Otto, evidently, knows that the daughter writes notes, facts and dates. This later goes on to be confirmed on 11 April 1944.


Thieves try to break into the warehouse. What if they are not thieves and it is the Gestapo? It doesn’t matter … the men of the lair rush into the ground floor rooms to block the criminals. Otto then began to have concerns about an SS raid and told the others that he was worried and that “… they will also find Anne’s diary …”.

SATURDAY, 13 MAY 1944 and THURSDAY 25 MAY 1944

A page that makes us reflect on the suffering and the narrowness that a Jewish family had to suffer during the Second World War, with things such as eggs, yogurt, beer, spice cake and new books. Anne also makes reference to the smell of her roses and compared them to Miep’s and Bep’s carnations. One must ask, why roses and fresh flowers in a desperate time of refuge or better yet, Where did they come from?


The Frank’s greengrocer is arrested, for hiding two Jews at his home, but the Frank’s are not worried that the greengrocer knows their location and can report it to the SS, but rather that they will no longer be able to lug the sacks of potatoes or eat them and vegetables as often as before.


It’s Anne’s 15th Birthday. She receives many gifts, even candy and a gold bracelet. The imagery you could perceive doesn’t quite indicate a harsh and fearful setting, as aside from the abundance of food, clothing, books and other gifts, even Peter managed to present to her a “lovely” bouquet of peonies. Wouldn’t really seem to be a boy who was so frightened, but risked wandering outside in search for a good gift. She mentions his failed attempts at any other than the flowers, clearly he wasn’t roaming within the house, unless they were growing peonies in the attic.

On August 4, 1944, the German police raided the Frank’s home and apprehended all eight of them. Common sense tells you that the police would have done an pervasive search of the home upon the capture. It would be more than obvious to say, there was no way that the soldiers could have found the diary and disregarded it, so, how did they overlook the diary? It was common for soldiers to inspect and rummage through the books and journals of the houses they raided, and according to Miep, she found the diary out in the open right on the floor, as if someone, someway just dropped it and left it behind. So, how did the soldiers fail to notice it?

The journal was then delivered to (for some unknown reason) was the only survivor of the family, Otto, who stated that he was unaware that his daughter had kept a diary during the years of hiding. He also removed some pages of the diary, apparently those where his daughter indulged in talking with zeal and curiosity about her reproductive organ, her genitalia and even mentioned masturbation. As common or not common it is for a teenage girl to write about those things in their diary, it certainly raises the questions as to why her father would keep them after tearing them out of the book and not just thrown them away or burned them.

Otto says that he was influenced by a family friend, who conveniently worked at a publishing firm and convinced him that the diary would depict the experiences of those who had to endure the “evil” during the war. He has said that he was urged to publish it. Yet, if his main objective was to spread the word of the conditions the Jews were in, why would he have to extensively revise, edit and retype the entire manuscript? He purposely removed sections he felt were boring. Why leave out things that will not be attractive to an audience if it were the simple truth, and the truth was trying to be told? Surely, it would further the narrative that the Jews were the innocent victims, playing the card well. Perhaps, this book was carefully studied, discussed and or fabricated in its entirety, at a round table for marketing purpose. The book went on to be published in 1947.

The original copy of the diary has never been released for public. It is kept in a caveau of a Swiss Bank, however, on 9 October 1980 the New York Post headlines:

“The results of the tests carried out in the BKA laboratories show that some parts of the work [Anne Frank’s diary], especially the fourth volume, were written with a ballpoint pen (Ballpoint Pen)”.
______________ _ Al Fredricks, New York Post, October 9th 1980

A report from the Federal Criminal Investigation Bureau (BKA) indicates that parts of Anne Frank’s diary were modified or added after 1951, questioning the authenticity of the entire works, the West German weekly explained Der Spiegel.

Meanwhile, the daily “account” of the “anguish” of a young Jewish girl and her family hiding in their Amsterdam home during the Nazi invasion reached the hearts of millions like a overwhelming blanket of lies. Sadly, its more probable to assume that the general public isn’t under any suspicion of the diary being fake, even though it wouldn’t take much reading to cause a series of questioning.

The manuscript was examined at the behest of a West German court following the examination, a fraud action induced by Otto Frank, the only family member who managed to survive in the concentration camps, against Ernst Roemer, who he had accused of spreading the allegation that the book is a pure fraud.

This was the second case against Roemer, a longtime critic of the book, also by Frank. In the first case, the court decided in favor of Frank when the testimony of historians and graphologists was sufficient to authenticate the diary.

In April, however, only a very short time before Frank’s death on August 19, the manuscript was passed to BKA technicians (Bundeskriminalamt, “FBI” of Germany) for the exam.

The manuscript, in the form of three rigid laptops and 324 loose pages linked to a fourth notebook, was examined with special equipment.

The results of tests performed at the BKA laboratories show that some parts of the work, especially the fourth volume, were written with a ballpoint pen. Since the ballpoint pens were not available before 1951, the BKA concluded, these sections must have been added after death and the end of the war. [*]

However, the examination of the manuscript did not reveal any concrete evidence that is able to remove any speculation on the authenticity of the first three notebooks.

Another revisionist, and an anti-Nazi author, Ditlieb Felderer, has written several reviews and a book stating that the Anne Frank’s diary is a historical forgery on an enormous proportion.

The real Anne Frank fell ill with typhoid in the Bergen-Belsen camp and died in March 1945.

That being said, I may affirm that denying the historical and human validity of this is to deny the historical and human validity of the Holocaust, in other words if Anne Frank’s diary turns out to be a forgery, even the Holocaust would follow its worthy destiny within the most miserable and mean abyss ever conceived by the man beast.

Using a moral blackmail derived from Anne Frank’s Diary and the myth of the Holocaust to cover up the atrocities committed by the Jews both in Israel against the Palestinians, in Russia, America and Europe with their Marxist doctrines and derivatives, and their dirty film propaganda made up by Hollywood Industry, as well as the pornographic ones, nowadays it is certainly the lowest point that the human race may still touch undaunted and impotent.

She is a Jude Demon, and it’s creepy to feel her presence.