Justin Bieber Laments That Anne Frank Never Heard His Music

“What is there to even say?” Such is the question that generations of visitors to the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam have had upon leaving the now sacred monument to human endurance in the face of atrocity. Justin Bieber, luckily, was happy to comment—and comment he did, in the museum’s guest book.

The New York Post reports

“Truly inspiring to be able to come here,” Bieber, 19, wrote in the guest book at the Anne Frank House, the hiding place-turned-museum in Amsterdam.

“Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a Belieber”—slang for his fans.

Bieber went on to write: “I mean, if not, then fuck her, right? The Nazis may have gotten a few things wrong, but man, sometimes I wish a true leader would rise above the pathetic political class and subjugate a nation to his will, meanwhile purging it of its impure bloodlines so that it may become a Valhalla that stands for a thousand years,” but this page was stolen by a smitten French teenager.

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