Frank and Jesse, the Best Western Ever Made, reexamines the life of the world famous outlaw of the 20th century, Jesse James and his oldest brother, Frank James. Some say... "hasn't there already been enough documentaries and movies about Jesse James?" For sure there have been many regurgitated tales and myths of Jesse James and his brother Frank, respectfully. This documentary series goes deep into the history and the life of the James boys like never heard or seen before with all of the men who claimed to be Jesse and Frank James postmortem and if these men could or could not have been the real Jesse James or the real Frank James. This series will also look at the ancestory and the genealogy of the James family and their lineage in America before, during and after the American Civil War, also known as the War On States Rights.
"... the day I published (((Survivors))) – June 8 2016. ‘Though I say it myself, it is a brilliant song. Just three weeks after publication on YouTube (now over 40k views!), Elie Wiesel dropped dead. OK, he already had one foot in the grave. Nevertheless, my song is the accomplishment of a lifetime. Few others could boast as much. ..." --- Alison Chabloz. From her website alisonchabloz.wordpress.com --- I've just seen she has her own bitchute site, but it doesn't have (((Survivors))) - a memorial to Irene Cisblatt, a Hungarian Jew [pause for a moment and consider Bela Kun], diamond JewGeezer liar/ Eli Weasel, a life long liar/ and Otto Frank - do people really buy that fraudulent diary and fraudulent house???
I've just noticed that "Welby", the Jewish-origin 'Archbishop of Canterbury' has added what little authority he has to the campaign against Alison Chabloz. What a worthless tosser he is.. . . . Is Elie Wiesel - the Peace Nobel Laureate and the key Auschwitz gas chamber witness - a fraud and imposter? Nicholas Ennos ...... Answered Apr 16, 2016
Yes, Elie Wiesel is an imposter. We know this because the real Wiesel was a Hungarian speaking Romanian. Elie Wiesel, however, comes from Serbia in the old Yugoslavia. We know this because he speaks English with a very strong Serbian accent. We know he does not speak Hungarian because there is video of him on the internet which shows him trying to speak Hungarian very badly. There is also on the internet an entry card for him from the Yugoslavian embassy in Paris in 1954. (This proves he entered France in 1954 from his native Yugoslavia). It shows his photo but not his name (presumably this has been cut off because it shows his real name, which no doubt is something Serbian).