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July 7, 2014

New evidence shows Johann Breyer was a guard at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 7:17 am

According to a news article, which you can read in full here, new evidence shows that former German SS soldier Johann Breyer worked as a guard at the Auschwitz-Birkenau “extermination camp,” which makes him “a Holocaust collaborator.” You can read the history of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp on my website here.

In previous news stories about him, it was said that Breyer worked as a perimeter guard at the main Auschwitz camp, which was mainly a camp for political prisoners, not a death camp.

Fence around the main Auschwitz camp with camp kitchen in background

Fence around the main Auschwitz camp with camp kitchen in background

The photo above, which accompanies the news article, shows the double fence around the main Auschwitz camp, with the camp kitchen in the background.  The chimneys were for the kitchen stoves, not for cremation ovens.  In 1944, when Breyer worked at Auschwitz, the gas chamber in the main camp had been converted into a bomb shelter for the SS men.

My photo below shows the same double fence at the entrance to the camp, with the kitchen in the background.  In my photo, I was trying to show the whole scene. The object in front of the tree is a one-man air raid shelter that an SS man could jump into in case of a bomb attack.

My 2005 photo of the camp kitchen does not emphasize the fence

My 2005 photo shows the double fence next to the kitchen

The huge kitchen building, shown in my photo above, is located on the right just after you enter the famous Arbeit Macht Frei gate.

When the camp was in operation, the kitchen was painted white. In 2005, it was painted black, but since my visit to Auschwitz in 2005, it has been painted white again, as shown in the photo below.

Auschwitz kitchen was originally painted white

Camp kitchen is near the gate into the Auschwitz main camp

The photo above was taken just inside the Arbeit Macht Frei gate into the main camp. In the photo, you can see a double fence, with a path between two lines of barbed wire; the guards patrolled  between the two fences.

The photo below shows the exit from the main camp.  The camp kitchen, painted black, is shown on the left.

Exit from the main camp shows the camp kitchen on the left

Exit from the main camp shows the camp kitchen on the left

You can see part of a large black and white photo of the camp orchestra at the end of the kitchen building on the left. This is the spot where the orchestra played, as the prisoners marched in and out of the camp to locations outside the camp, where they worked. The Auschwitz main camp was a labor camp, so it didn’t make sense to kill the prisoners. Johann Breyer’s job was to prevent the prisoners from escaping.

In the center of the photo above is the gate house with Tower G on top; the brick building on the right is Block 24, the camp brothel, which was used by both the prisoners and the SS men.

If this latest news is in fact true, Johann Breyer will be put on trial in Germany and convicted on a charge of being an accessory to the crime of killing Jews in the Holocaust.  There is no defense to this charge. Breyer will sleep through the whole trial, lying on a stretcher, while the prosecutor lists the crimes for which Breyer is responsible.  After he is convicted, Breyer will be imprisoned in a nursing home in Germany until he dies of old age.

Meanwhile, back in Israel, the Jews have burned a Palestinian boy alive, to fulfill their law of REVENGE, REVENGE, REVENGE.

July 6, 2014

Burning people alive… Who does that?

Filed under: True Crime — Tags: — furtherglory @ 1:39 pm

The Jews love to tell stories about people being burned alive by the Germans during World War II.  I previously blogged about an alleged burning-alive claim made, about the Germans, at

The body of a Palestinian teenager who was burned alive by Jews in Israel

The body of a Palestinian teenager who was burned alive by Jews in Israel (Click to enlarge)

Now, the story is all over the news about the Jews in Israel, who recently burned a Palestinian teenager alive in retaliation for the deaths of 3 Jews in Israel.  You can read about it in a news article here.

This quote is from another news article about the case:

Mohammed Abu Khder, 16, was abducted from his Shuafat neighbourhood in occupied east Jerusalem early on Wednesday, and his charred body found hours later in a west Jerusalem forest.

Palestinians said Jewish extremists killed him in revenge for the kidnapping and murder in the West Bank last month of three Israeli teenagers.

Clashes following his death and funeral spread to Arab towns in central and northern Israel on Saturday, where roads were closed and dozens of demonstrators arrested.

Palestinian news agency Maan quoted attorney general Mohammed Aluweiwi as saying that the initial findings of a postmortem indicated the presence of smoke in the boy’s lungs, suggesting he was still alive while being burned.


July 5, 2014

German pastor Jobst Bittner thinks today’s Germans have “original sin” and “collective guilt” for the Holocaust

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 7:00 am

Tubigen, Germany

The photo above shows Tübingen, a famous city in Germany, where Jobst Bitter taught at the University.  Thankfully, these old buildings were not destroyed by Allied bombing in World War II. This photo is shown, along with an article, which you can read in full here.

The article, which is entitled “The Contours of Contrition” is about present-day Germans, who are born with guilt for the Holocaust; all Germans have original sin on their souls because of the Holocaust, according to the article.

1. According to the teachings of the Catholic Church, every human being is born with “original sin,” and must be baptized to get rid of his or her guilt.

2. According to the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal, every German citizen, alive in 1945, had “collective guilt” for war crimes committed by the Germans during World War II.

Put these two ideas together, and it means that, according to Jobst Bittner, every German person is now born with the “original sin” of “collective guilt” and there is no baptism that will remove this guilt.  The Germans must forever pay for their sins by bowing down to the Jews.

The Germans have been paying reparations to the Jews ever since the Holocaust, and they will continue paying, as long as there is a country of Germany.   Germany is filled with monuments to the Jews, and more will be built.  The Jews will never get enough revenge.

I can’t think of a better way for the Jews to cause more harm to themselves.

Read the latest news about Jewish revenge at

Read more about Jobst Bittner in this book:

I previously blogged about another Holocaust committed by the Germans in the year 1290:

July 4, 2014

The famous old car in the ruins at Oradour-sur-Glane

Filed under: Germany, World War II — Tags: — furtherglory @ 10:59 am

There is renewed interest in Ordour-sur-Glane because an 88-year-old German army veteran might soon be put on trial in Germany, as a war criminal, because he was there when the Germans did a legal reprisal against the citizens of the town.

Oradour-sur-Glane is now a popular tourist attraction, and an old car in the ruins is frequently photographed. I took photos of the car when I visited the ruins several years ago.

Famous old car at Oradour-sur-Glane

My best photo of the famous old car at Oradour-sur-Glane

There are many old cars in the ruins of Oradour-sur-Glane, but the  most famous one is the car, shown in my photo above.

This old car allegedly belonged to Dr. Jacques Desourteaux, the town doctor who arrived back in the village just as the villagers were being assembled on the Fairgrounds. He had been visiting a patient in a nearby hamlet.  The car is just a burned-out empty shell: everything in the interior is gone except the steering wheel. The roof of the car is gone, but the luggage rack is still intact.

Old car with the fairgrounds in the background

Early morning photo of the old car with the fairgrounds in the background

Rear view of the old car at the fairgrounds

Rear view of the old car at the fairgrounds

Notice the bricks that have been placed under the car to keep it from sinking into the ground.

According to Sarah Farmer, in her book entitled Martyred Village, an effort was made in 1992 to preserve this famous old car. Restoration experts dismantled the car, sanded the body, painted the interior with tar to prevent further decay and waxed the outside to repel moisture.

The famous old car with a building in the background

The famous old car with a building on the fairgrounds in the background

The photo directly above shows the old car in front of a building. This photo was taken with a telephoto lens, which makes the car look closer to the building than it really is. A similar photo is shown on the cover of a video that I purchased in the bookshop of the Center of Memory, except that the direction of the car in the video photo is reversed.

According to Sarah Farmer’s book, Martyred Village, the car on the Fairgrounds, shown in the  photos above, is NOT the car, owned by Dr. Jacques Desourteaux.

In her book, Sarah Farmer wrote the following regarding the car:

“When Dr. Desourteaux arrived at the entrance to the town, soldiers forced him to drive up the main street and stop across from the marketplace, where he joined the assembled townspeople. He died with the others that afternoon. A few weeks later, the doctor’s brother and his nephew moved the Desourteaux car to the family property, where it still lies inside the garden wall. The car on the marketplace actually belonged to the wine merchant.”

The doctor’s brother was Hubert Desourteaux and his nephew was Andre Desourteaux.

The old car was at the entrance into the fairgrounds, as shown in my photo below.

The famous old car was parked at the entrance into the fairgrounds

The famous old car is parked at the entrance into the fairgrounds

How the French use a baby’s pram to demonize the German people

Filed under: Germany, World War II — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 8:07 am
Baby's Pram near altar in church at Oradour-sur-Glane

Baby’s Pram to the right of the altar in the church at Oradour-sur-Glane

There is a heated discussion going on in the comment section of my recent blog post about Oradour-sur-Glane.  There is a difference of opinion about whether the German army should have stopped the French terrorists, who were fighting illegally in World War II, by doing a legal reprisal. Some of the visitors to my blog believe that the French should have been allowed to burn captured German soldiers alive, and that the Germans should not have stopped the French by legal means.

The reprisal, conducted by the Germans at Oradour-sur-Glane, would have been completely forgotten by now, had it not been for the efforts of the French to keep the Oradour-sur-Glane story alive.  The ruined village is now a tourist attraction, on par with Auschwitz.  One of the sights that causes tourists to weep is the baby’s pram, which has been placed strategicly near the altar.

When I visited the ruins of Oradour-sur-Glane several years ago, I was appalled by the placement of a baby’s pram near the altar of the church.  In the photo at the top of this page, you can see an old rusted baby’s pram on the right side of the altar. The photo above shows a close-up of the pram.

Close-up of baby's pram inside church at Oradour-sur-Glane

Close-up of baby’s pram inside church at Oradour-sur-Glane

Notice that there is a large hole in the floor in the photo at the top of this page. The photo below shows a close-up of the hole.  In the background, you can see the baby’s pram.

Close-up of the hole in the floor near the communion rail in the church

Close-up of the hole in the floor near the communion rail in the church

Tourists are made to believe that mothers, in the church that day, took their babies behind the communion rail to save them from the German soldiers who had entered the church in order to kill the women and children.  In those days, women were forbidden to go behind the communion rail, except in a position of servitude, such as cleaning the church.

While the evil Germans were blowing up babies in their prams, the side altar on the left side of the church remained in pristine condition.

Side altar in the church at Oradour-sur-Glane is in pristine condition

Side altar in the church at Oradour-sur-Glane is in pristine condition

For any open-minded person, one glance inside the church shows what really happened at Oradour-sur-Glane.  The town was full of French Resistance fighters who were storing explosives inside the church.  German soldiers did not enter the church and blow up babies in their prams, but try to tell that to today’s German haters.

The records of the trial of the German soldiers have been sealed for 100 years, so that the German haters can continue their vile comments about the tragedy.

You can read the official version of what happened at Oradour-sur-Glane on my website at

If you believe the official version of what happened at Oradour-sur-Glane, I have a bridge that I want to sell you….


July 3, 2014

What’s the difference between the words “avenge” and “reprisal”?

Filed under: Germany, World War II — furtherglory @ 10:41 am
Inside the ruined church at Oradour-sur-Glane where women and children were allegedly burned alive

Inside the ruined church at Oradour-sur-Glane where women and children were allegedly burned alive

(Click on the photo to enlarge) Note the baby pram on the floor of the church where women and children were burned alive, but strangely their clothing didn’t burn.

Read my previous post about a former German soldier, named Werner C, whom the present day Germans are trying to put on trial as a war criminal:

This is the headline of a news article in the Mail Online today, which you can read in full here:

On June 10, in 1944, SS Panzer Division member entered the village to avenge a German soldier kidnapped by the French Resistance

“avenge” means to get even for something.  It is not a legal term. A reprisal was legal, under the Geneva Convention in 1944. The laws have since changed and a reprisal is no longer legal.  The Germans are now changing the laws so that actions that were legal during World War II are now illegal under the ex-post-facto laws of the Allies.

This quote is from the Mail Online article:

 An 88-year-old former member of an SS armored division has been charged with murder and accessory to murder for allegedly taking part in the massacre of 642 French villagers by Nazi soldiers during World War Two.

The man, named only as Werner C, from Cologne, has been charged with 25 counts of murder and hundreds of counts of accessory to murder in connection with the slaughter in Oradour-sur-Glane.

The investigation into the massacre where almost the entire population of the village, including more than 400 women and children, was gunned down or burned alive on June 10, 1944, was re-opened by German prosecutors last year.

I previously blogged about Oradour-sur-Glane at

My photo of the ruined church at Oradour-sur-Glane church

My photo of the ruins of the church at Oradour-sur-Glane which was burned in 1944

The Germans are at it again:  another old German soldier will be hauled into a German court, on a stretcher, to be put on trial in connection with the legal reprisal carried out by German soldiers at Oradour-sur-glane in June 1944, in an effort to stop the murder of German soldiers by illegal combatants in the French Resistance.

The French surrendered after 5 weeks of fighting in World War II, but they never stopped fighting. They continued to fight as illegal combatants, ambushing and killing German soldiers by burning them alive.

You can read about it on my website at

The bakery in Oradour-sur-Glane where a burned body was found

The bakery in Oradour-sur-Glane where a burned body was found

I have studied the reprisal at Oradour-sur-Glane and I have written extensively about it on my website at

July 2, 2014

Huffington Post shows photos of Buchenwald atrocities

Filed under: Buchenwald, Dachau, Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 12:27 pm
Photo shown on Huffington Post shows bodies at Nammering

Photo on Huffington Post shows bodies at Nammering

The photo above is the 12th photo in a series of 15 photos shown by the Huffington Post; the 15 photos purportedly show atrocities committed by the Germans at Buchenwald.

This is the Huffington Post’s caption on the photo above:

A German girl expresses horror at the sight of the decomposing bodies of the slain victims, German civilians of Namering were ordered by Military Government officers of the 3rd U.S. Army to view the exhumed bodies of 800 slave laborers, murdered by SS troops during a forced march from Buchenwald and Flossenburg Concentration Camps. (Photo by Photo12/UIG/Getty Images)

Actually, the photo above has more to do with Dachau than it does with Buchenwald. The dead Jews in the photo above were prisoners at Buchenwald, who were marched out of the camp, because the Germans were afraid that when they were liberated by the Americans, they would be allowed to roam the countryside, attacking German civilians.  After being marched for 5 miles out of the Buchenwald camp, the prisoners were put on trains headed to Dachau; the trains were then strafed by American planes, resulting in the famous “death train” which you can read about on my website at

In fact, the liberated prisoners at Buchenwald DID go to Weimar and attack civilians. Elie Wiesel wrote in the original version of his book Night that Jewish prisoners at Buchenwald went to Weimar, the day after they were liberated. Elie wrote that the Jews stole potatoes and raped German girls.  That part has been cut out from the version of Night, that every school child in America is forced to read.

I previously wrote about Nammering on my website at

I also blogged about Nammering in this previous blog post:
This quote is from my previous blog post about Nammering:

According to a book entitled Dachau, A Guide to its Contemporary History by Hans-Günther Richardi, the ill-fated train had left Buchenwald on April 7, 1945 carrying 4,500 French, Italian, Austrian, Polish, Russian and Jewish prisoners from the Ohrdruf sub-camp of Buchenwald. Five hours after the train departed from Weimar, Hans Erich Merbach, the transport leader, was informed that the Flossenbürg concentration camp, their destination, had already been liberated by the Americans. The prisoners at Flossenbürg had been evacuated and were being death marched to Dachau. The train had to be rerouted to Dachau but it took almost three weeks to get there because of numerous delays caused by American planes bombing the railroad tracks.

Due to the bombing of the railroad tracks, the train from Buchenwald had to take several very long detours through Leipzig, Dresden and finally through the town of Pilsen in Czechoslovakia. In the village of Nammering, the train was delayed for four days while the track was repaired, and the mayor of the town brought bread and potatoes for the prisoners, according to Harold Marcuse in his book entitled Legacies of Dachau. Marcuse did not mention that the food was stolen from the prisoners by SS men.

Continuing on via Pocking, the train was attacked by American planes because they thought it was a military transport, according to Richardi. Many of the prisoners were riding in open gondola cars with no protection from the hail of bullets.

According to the USHMM website, “an American officer in the Nammering area forced SS men collected from a nearby POW camp to exhume the corpses and lay them out on either side of the ravine above the mass grave. The inhabitants of Nammering were then ordered to walk through the gravesite, and the bodies were buried in the surrounding towns of Eging am See, Aicha vom Wald, Nammering, and Fuerstenstein.”

German civilians were forced to dig individual graves for dead Buchenwald prisoners

German civilians were forced to dig individual graves for dead Buchenwald prisoners

Note that young German girls are being forced to dig separate graves for the Jewish prisoners from Buchenwald.  The photo shown by the Huffington Post only shows a woman being forced to look at the dead bodies, which are still clothed.

July 1, 2014

Dutch citizens don’t want a memorial designed by Daniel Liebeskind

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 8:51 am

When I checked my blog stats this morning, as I do the first thing every morning, I was surprised to see that more people in the Netherlands, than in America, had visited my blog yesterday.

I knew that something, related to the Holocaust, must be going on in the Netherlands, so I began frantically searching.  I found a news story here which tells about a new monument that has been proposed for Amsterdam; Daniel Libeskind will design this monument.  Residents of Amsterdam are objecting to this proposed monument.  “Not in my garden,” say residents.

The photo below is an example of the work of Daniel Libeskind, who favors ultra modern design. In my humble opinion, ultra modern design is not appropriate for a Holocaust Memorial.

Jewish Museum in Berlin designed by Daniel Liebeskind

Jewish Museum in Berlin designed by Daniel Liebeskind

According to the news article,  “Libeskind’s design, somewhat reminiscent of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., includes walls displaying the names of 102,000 [Dutch] victims [of the Nazis].

The photo below shows a Holocaust monument in the same park where the new monument will be built, if the objections of nearby residents can be overcome.

Holocaust monument in Amsterdam designed by Dutch artist Jan Wolkers which reads "Never Again Auschwitz" in the Wertheim park in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

Holocaust monument in Amsterdam designed by Dutch artist Jan Wolkers which reads “Never Again Auschwitz” in the Wertheim park in Amsterdam (Click to enlarge)

One of the objections to the new memorial is that it is too big. Compared to the Holocaust memorial in the heart of Berlin, (shown in the photo below) the proposed Amsterdam monument is miniscule.

5 acres of concrete blocks in the heart of Berlin

5 acres of concrete blocks in the heart of Berlin

This quote is from another news article, which you can read in full here:

Although the Libeskind design has not yet been unveiled, the work will be called the “Holocaust Names Monument”– because it will feature the names of all 102,000 Dutch Jews, Roma and Sinti (an itinerant Romani people, originally from Central Europe) who perished in Hitler’s camps.

“In percentage terms, the Netherlands had the highest deportation rate in western Europe, but there is no monument to honour their memory as individuals,” said Jacques Grishaver, chairman of the Dutch Auschwitz Committee.

“Their names simply vanished into thin air, like the people. Now, for the first time, families will have a place to go and a name on a plaque to touch.”

Most of those deported from the Netherlands were routed through Westerbork, where enclosed trains left several times a week for the extermination camps at Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bergen-Belsen, Sobibór and Theresienstadt.

Between 1942 and 1945, more than 107,000 captives left Westerbork in 93 trains to Germany. Only 5,200 of them survived long enough to be liberated.

Note that the news article lumps Auschwitz-Birkeanu and Sobibór in with Bergen-Belsen, which was an exchange camp, and Theresienstadt, which was a camp for “prominent Jews.”  No matter where the Jews in Amsterdam were sent, they would up in an extermination camp, and were never seen again.  What could have happened to them?  They were all exterminated, of course.

I previously blogged about the 34,000 Jews who were sent, from Amsterdam, to Sobibór at

I also blogged about the Dutch Jew on this blog post:

Allegedly, there were Dutch Jews, who were sent to the Sachsenhausen camp and gassed. I wrote about this on this blog post:

I blogged about the atrocities, committed against the Dutch Jews on this blog post:

According to the stories told by the Dutch survivors, the Dutch Jews were treated worse than any of the Jews from other countries.

June 30, 2014

“Der Dolchstoss” and the “Road to the Holocaust”

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 10:28 am
German poster shows Der Dolchstoss, the "stab in the back"

German poster shows Der Dolchstoss, the “stab in the back” (Click to enlarge)

You can read about Der Dolchstoss and the Road to the Holocaust on this website.

The photo below is shown in a video on the website. In the video, British historian Ian Kershaw explains the two world wars from the Jewish viewpoint, not to be confused with the “jewpoint.”

Inside the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp with the gate into the camp in the background

Inside the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp with the gate into the camp in the background

The photo above is frequently shown by Holocaustians and claimed to be a photo of the train tracks, outside the camp, going into the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp. The photo actually shows the tracks INSIDE the camp. Whenever you see this photo, you can expect more lies to follow.

I previously blogged about this gate at

This quote is from the website about Der Dolchstoss and the Road to the Holocaust:

The road to the Holocaust was long and winding, with roots in late 19th-century German anti-Semitism leading to genocide in World War II. What, then, was the role of World War I?

World War I was “pivotal in the collapse of the defenses against anti-Semitism” in Germany, the Holocaust historian Christopher Browning has said.

Humiliating defeat made a wider swath of German society receptive to the view that Jews were ‘Germany’s misfortune,’ as anti-Semites had long put it, to blame for the country’s downfall and an obstacle to national resurgence.

In other words, “the Stab in the Back,” perpetrated by the Jews in World War I, didn’t happen.

Wikipedia calls the Stab in the Back a “myth.”  If you live in a country that still has free speech, you can read the other side of the “myth” on this website.

This quote is from the website, cited above:

Scheming Jews

The Jews played a very central and back-stabbing role in Germany’s defeat, in the following two ways:

1. The Jewish Lord Rothschild used his connections with American Jewry to get America into the war. This was, of course, very easy for the Jews there, who were in control of the media and were serving in senior government functions. In return, the British Foreign Secretary Lord Balfour wrote a declaration, promising the Jews their own Zionist state in Palestine.

2. The Marxist Jews in Germany organized strikes and revolutions. Hitler expands on this in his book. These Jews were trying to stir division between the Bavarians and the Prussians, between the common man and the aristocracy, etc. Also they did their best to agitate the soldiers against their government.

These are two cunning, scheming methods. The first one capitalist and the second one communist, but both wholly Jewish. The average Fritz wasn’t so much aware of the first method, but many were aware of the second. It is hardly unreasonable to refer to this as a stab in the back. History books today describe this idea as an “anti-Semitic canard,” and a way of the generals to escape responsibility, while in facts stand proving that the loss of WWI was a result of Jewish manipulation.

If you have ever read a Holocaust survivor story, or if you have ever heard a Holocaust survivor speak, you know that every Jew, that was ever sent to a camp, was completely baffled by this unfair treatment. To hear them tell it, the Jews had never done anything to anger the Germans in the entire history of the world. What’s not to like?

Der Dolchstoss was not the only reason that Jews were deported, but it was one of the events that influenced Hitler and the German people in their desire to get the Jews out of Germany.

I took a photo of Der Dolchstoss poster in the Museum at Dachau in 1997.  This poster is now long gone. The original Museum at Dachau had a large section on the history of Germany, leading up to the Holocaust.  No more.  Das ist shon vorbei.  Now the Museum at Dachau is all about how the Jews were gassed in the shower room.


June 29, 2014

ABC news gets the Johann Breyer story wrong — watch video

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 9:44 am

At 0:25 seconds in this YouTube video, a woman says that Johann Breyer has been accused of crimes committed at Auschwitz-Birkenau. Breyer was a guard at the Auschwitz main camp, which is called a “labor camp” in the video.  At the end of the video, it is claimed that investigators have “new evidence” proving what he [Breyer] did.

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