Mengele stole my kidney: Auschwitz survivor reveals why he avoided doctors for 64 years | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Mengele stole my kidney: Auschwitz survivor reveals why he avoided doctors for 64 years

When Yitzchak Ganon, 85, came around from the anaesthetic at the hospital near Tel Aviv he was informed he only had one kidney.

'I know,' he replied. 'The last time I saw the other one it was pulsating in the hand of a man called Josef Mengele. He was a doctor too.'

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Actually, Josef Mengele was a DENTIST.

Also, a kidney in the hand of a real doctor does not pulsate, since it is removed from the blood supply.

Ganon expects us all to believe that he had a kidney removed while awake. Since kidney transplants did not happen until 1950, Ganon fails to explain why Mengele would bother with removing a kidney at all, and why, if Mengele was this mean ol' Nazi who liked to kill Jews, why Mengele bothered suturing the arteries, veins, lymph ducts, etc. and then closing up the incision to allow Ganon to survive the surgery.

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