December 12, 2019

Wealthy German family donates millions to Holocaust survivors

One of Germany’s wealthiest families has said it will donate millions of dollars to Holocaust survivors over its use of forced labor under the Nazi’s reign and its support for Adolf Hitler.

The Reimann family’s firm JAB Investors is donating $5.5 million to the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany to help thousands of elderly Holocaust survivors around the world, $5.5 million to find and support forced laborers it used under the Nazis and over $27 million a year to effort to promote Holocaust education and fight populist nationalism.

The family owns Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Pret A Manger and other international brands and has controlling stakes in the Dr. Pepper Snapple Group, Keurig Green Mountain, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Caribou Coffee Co., Panera Bread and other companies.

1 comment:

Nona said...

The Germans have really been brainwashed by the jews.

They're really innocent victims, because after the WWII, any child survivor, and after, was taken into the Allied education system, which set out to DESTROY the Germans, once and for all.

Now, they hate themselves.

Germans have been destroyed.