A communist organization in Colorado bragged online about burning copies of Holocaust victim Anne Frank’s diary while calling her a “bleach demon” and making several anti-Semitic statements online.
The Black Hammer Organization, a communist group that advertises itself as a “symbol of hope for the colonized working class,” posted online that they were burning copies of Frank’s diary to keep warm in the mountains of the Centennial State.
“Y’all [whities] keep asking us how we’re going to keep ourselves warm up in the mountains?” the organization tweeted on Tuesday. “Don’t y’all already know it just takes a good book to burn and some nice wood. And best believe we have plenty of copies to keep us warm all season long.”
The organization then posted a follow-up tweet to their book-burning brag on Tuesday, saying the group does not “share the same material reality” with the people descended from “[G]erman imperialists.” They also called Frank a colonizer in a separate tweet.
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“Colonizers have enslaved, genocided, ate, tortured, and oppressed us for centuries, but get mad when we say we’re going to “burn” a yt girl’s diary,” they wrote. “Sorry, but we don’t share the same material reality with daughters of [G]erman imperialists in armies that killed our people.”
In the same tweet thread, they compared Christopher Columbus as well as former Presidents Andrew Jackson and George W. Bush to Adolph Hitler, who orchestrated the genocide that killed Frank.
The group also claimed that European Jews “were financing the slave ships from Africa to the [A]mericas” and “experimenting upon the Harero people” with the Germans on “Shark Island.”
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Black Hammer also claimed in other anti-Semitic tweets that Frank was “literally amerikan propaganda used to silence colonized people on the harm yt jews are doing today to colonized people,” followed by a quote from Malcolm X criticizing Jewish people.
They also referred to Frank — who died at age 15 in a Nazi concentration camp — as a “bleach demon” and claimed that the proceeds from the sale of her diary fund a genocide against Palestinians.
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