Holocaust Victims Teed Off with Allianz!
February 15, 2011

On February 13, 2011 a group of Holocaust survivors, their family and other supporters joined together in Boca Raton, Florida to speak out against Allianz Insurance Company for stealing billions of dollars of their money as well as their collaboration and allegiance to the Nazi party during Hitler’s reign.

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What they are protesting about this day is the company’s pilfering of Holocaust victims money from policies they held with the company before they were rounded up by Gestapo and Nazi Storm troopers then if not executed on site, placed in work camps or death camps. To this day and hour they have not made a significant attempt to reimburse and settle the money owed on polices with any of the victims.

Instead they hold on to the profits benefited by death and destruction, murder, torture and incarceration of the Jewish policy holders, victims of the Holocaust

The German company was hosting their annual golf tournament in Boca Raton, Fl. This group placed themselves just outside the entrance to the event to make a public statement.

They were letting Allianz know they were not going to just forget about what happened 60 years ago and the billions that Allianz stole while they spend millions to advertise and host this tournament each year. They also will not accept anyone letting the history of the Holocaust get swept under the carpet.

Their voices strong and their heads held high they are a force to be reckoned with!

Watch the video…Listen to their stories…Help their cause

Hold Allianz accountable for their actions!

Make them PAY!

We won’t “PUTT” up with Allianz!
February 10, 2011

This is a letter by Bob Kunst of Shalom International addressed to Boca Raton Mayor about Allianz Nazi past, and present lies and betrayal of Holocaust Survivors.

Read his letter than view images of the rally.  A second protest is also scheduled for this Sunday February 13 @ 10:00 am.  Yamato Road and Broken Sound in Boca Raton, Fl

Dear Mayor Susan Whelchel of Boca Raton:

Enclosed is one of hundreds of news stories of our event yesterday in Boca Raton at the entrance to the Allianz Golf Tournament with Holocaust Survivors and us protesting the Nazi Past of Allianz and its betrayal of the customers  in the Holocaust, by avoiding responsibility for $2 billion still owed Holocaust survivors and heirs of Holocaust victims.

From Rumania, Israel, India, Australia and all across America, millions saw just the beginning of our campaign for justice from Allianz which has been openly caught in a number of lies to deflect our criticism, including that it paid $300 million to survivors, when in fact it paid at most some $29 million through the ICHEIC commission, leaving over $2 billion in policies owed to Holocaust victims’ families dishonored.  Moreover, the statement that Allianz will continue to process claims is a ruse because the company never publicly identified the names of Allianz policyholders, since the German policy holder names published by ICHEIC did not indicate issuing company!

For one of the largest insurance companies in the world to play this kind of dirty politics, to paper over its disastrous Nazi past and dishonest recent history, is just one of the issues here.  Allianz insured the Nazi regime and its death camps, received immeasurable benefits from the regime, and cheated tens of thousands of Jewish insurance policy holders.

A championship golf tournament is a worthy effort, but in this case it is both tainted and a pall over the tournament and this issue has gone all over the golfing community all over the world.  It is just the beginning.


This issue isn’t going to go away. We are planning a very major campaign effort in order to resolve these issues and the longer Allianz plays these games and  continues to abuse the survivors, the longer the media and bad press will focus on them, locally, nationally and internationally and on Boca Raton, where a substantial number of Jewish families reside, including many Holocaust survivors and second generation families.

Allianz’s profiteering is also a problem when you consider that in this country (not to mention overseas), half of all Holocaust survivors live below or near the poverty level.  They need urgent help. There is a time factor and moral factor here we cannot and won’t ignore.   Allianz’s response is to give money for golf tournaments, to National Public Radio, and the American Jewish Committee for overseas trips for young professionals  For shame!

Our next protest is on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011, at 10:00AM at Yamato and Broken Sound in Boca Raton. We are expecting a bigger crowd and even more media attention. You are welcome to join with us and to stand with the survivors and their just cause.

As Mayor of Boca Raton, we understand this tournament seems like an economic boost.  However, until Allianz reaches out to the survivor leadership to deal with our issues, this relationship is problematic.    This is stupid, insensitive, cowardly, and short-sighted, as we expose Allianz to a world that didn’t know about its past, but  now is appalled at what is going on here.

We urge you to use your influence to bring us together. Our campaign is going to be ongoing, tournament or not.  We will have thousands in the streets on these issues way before the next tournament.

Both Pres. Obama and Sen. Nelson have sided with the Nazi insurance companies and against the survivors and we assure you these issues will be a part of the 2012 election campaigns as well.

Note that Allianz is only one of the Nazi insurance culprits and our campaign will focus on all of them and who have ripped off the Holocaust survivors on every level, including Generali, AXA, and others, and their supporters like the Claims Conference.

Please contact us as soon as possible on this appeal.  We are copying the media as well.

Yours in Shalom,
Bob Kunst
Pres., Shalom International

Protesters make a stand at Allianz tournament
February 9, 2011

Article from Palm Beach Post
Protesters make a stand at Allianz tournament

Dear friends,

This SUNDAY FEB 13 at 10 AM. We will be at Yamato Rd and Broken Sound (in Boca Raton, FL) to protest the actions of Allianz and support the survivors in their fight to claim what is rightfully theirs and expose Allianz for the monstrous evil they were and still are today. 

Please join us in support.   You must hear these survivors stories of survival first hand and as to what lengths they went to for survival and will go to still fight today. It is incredible. 


Barnett C.




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