Tackey and Tasteless–Anne Frank diary released as iPad app

Students can now do a lot more than just read about Jewish girl’s life during Holocaust thanks to new application, which makes her experience much more real and palpable to all

ed note–let’s just put this in perspective here.

Imagine an ap for an Iphone or Droid featuring Jesus’ crucifixion, minute by minute, with all the blood, gore and chanting of  ‘Crucify Him!’ and ‘His blood be upon us and upon our children!’

The Jews obviously would have a field day with that one, saying it was both tackey, tasteless and, of course, an ‘incitement to anti-Semitism’.

If the Palestinians introduced an ap named ‘Cast Lead’ that showed REAL LIFE images of the innocents killed by the Jews during their 21 day religious ceremony of Gentile slaughter, the Jews would have a field day with it, calling it tackey, tasteless and, of course, an ‘incitement to anti-Semitism’.

BUT, an ANNE FRANK AP, where Jews (and Gentiles, for that matter) the world over, with nothing better to do with their time, can touch a little icon on their smart phone and see images, pics, and stories aimed at furthering the narrative of the eternally persecuted ‘chosen’ people of God, and NO ONE bats an eye at this.

Beam me up Scotty, I’ve seen enough 


For a myriad of reasons, teaching the Holocaust to anyone – especially youngsters – has never been described as a “dream job” and yet five countries and a number of American States, mandate educating youngsters about the Shoah and World War II as part of school curricula.

One of the most popular – and successful – ways teachers have passed on the lessons of the Holocaust to the next generation is by teaching “The Diary of Anne Frank.”

And now comes word that students can now do a lot more than just read about the life of Anne thanks to a new iPad and Nook app created by the UK-based Beyond The Story, which makes her experience much more real and palpable to all.

Teaming up with Viking Penguin, the publisher of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” Beyond The Story has come up with a tablet version of the book that comes complete with interactive links, videos, voice-overs and much more.

The revolutionary new app was released on January 25 – International Holocaust Remembrance Day – which also happens to be the 70th anniversary of when Anne first put pen to paper.

The app will provide readers with more than 20 video clips from Academy Award-winning documentary-maker Jon Blair, director of “Anne Frank Remembered”; 40 audio clips, including the thoughts of a woman who risked her life to help Anne and her family.

“The people at Penguin Publishing and been looking to develop an interactive app for the book, and they were very impressed by what that shows us,” says Beyond the Story CEO Jen Porter. “This is an exciting step forward for book apps, taking the reader experience to a completely new level of interaction that is a world removed from the simplistic text replication of the e-book market.

“Anne’s extraordinary experience is brought to life digitally in a way that she herself would never have conceived possible – and in a way will delight today’s most digitally-savvy consumer.

“It was such an honor to be working on this app, honoring the memory of Anne Frank. And the most amazing thing is we are working with her text, in a way she could never have imagined.”

  1. #1 by Michael Bailey on 02/12/2013 - 9:34

    Oh Little Anne, you and your story will live on in our hearts minds and butts, like a pain in one! Come down off your cross already, drawn with a ball point pen…

  2. #2 by Tony on 02/12/2013 - 9:34

    I would like to see Ray Goodwin or Fred Toben work on a revisionist app

  3. #3 by Dian Razak on 02/12/2013 - 9:34


  4. #4 by annebeck58 on 02/12/2013 - 9:34

    That is pretty crazy!
    But, I think it shows just how desperate some are to continue with the brainwashing, which is a HUGE part of Zionism. Gotta keep brainwashing those kids because many of their parents have read, “Anne Frank”, and now know that it was written by a man, not by some young (poor, desperate, holocausted) girl. Not every school requires this book in its reading program; not since the truth was told, and they are having a tough time grasping and maintaining hold on these young minds.

    Still; an “app for that”? Insanity~

  5. #5 by Max French on 02/12/2013 - 9:34

    No risk being caught wielding a ball-point pen on this version…

  6. #6 by Mark Propheter on 02/12/2013 - 9:34

    I hope people are not paying for that app!

  7. #7 by Blake on 02/12/2013 - 9:34

    Did they not prove in a court of law this diary was a fraud? No business like shoah business.

  8. #8 by lolathecur on 02/12/2013 - 9:34

    Got to love the phrase ” makes her experience much more real “. This crap never seems to end even after everyone knows it is a fraud. No shame at all.

  9. #9 by Jake on 02/13/2013 - 9:34

    Every westerner reacts the same. I can predict exactly what his response is going it be. How? Because they have all been PROGRAMMED like robots to react like this. Their social position depends on them taking this position. They do it without thought. they don’t care. It is SUBLIMINAL programming. Man the jews are END GAMING and the muslims were their only biggest last problem because the muslims not so stupid because they pray to Allah every day, 5 times, and so they never forget God and so can not be fooled by the Devils, the Jin. Read this 100 words – “John 8:44” – this is what Christ said to the Jews.
    =What could be more truer a statement about those people who belong to the community of the practice of Judaism?
    I will never find one. Because that is the definition of Judaism.

  10. #10 by isaac on 02/13/2013 - 9:34

    They have pushed the same old story since the end of the WWII. Many people fell for it including some of my relatives but when I discover the real “SCAM” then I explained to every one of my relatives and thank god they understood me. Every thing these Jews do is for money and to make themselves the sufferers while they kill and bomb millions of Palestinians.

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