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May 11, 2012

New book by Germar Rudolf: Resistance is Obligatory

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 4:06 pm

New book by Germar Rudolf

The new book by Germar Rudolf may be purchased on the CODOH website here.

Before I went to Auschwitz in the fall of 2005, I read Germar Rudolf’s book Lectures on the Holocaust, so that I would know what  photos I should take. As I walked around Auschwitz-Birkenau, carrying two cameras, just in case one camera failed me, I didn’t bother to write down where each photo was taken.  I thought that, if I couldn’t remember where the photos were taken, I could always e-mail Germar Rudolf and get his help in identifying the photos.   Just after I returned from my trip, I learned that Germar had been arrested in America and sent to Germany for trial.  The term for what happened to him is “rendition.”  The definition of rendition is “illegal deportation that should not happen in a free country like America.”

As it turned out, I was able to remember where each of my photos were taken, and I didn’t need any help.  However, I am very glad that I read his book before I went to Auschwitz.  Germar Rudolf is the world’s best Holocaust revisionist; he is in a class by himself.

Regular readers of my blog may have noticed that I frequently use the term “un-German.”  Germar Rudolf’s book is the opposite of “un-German.”  His book is highly scientific and very detailed; he sticks to the facts and nothing but the facts.  Unfortunately, Germar’s book is not suitable for students in the 5th grade, who are just beginning to study the Holocaust.  There should be a children’s version of Lectures on the Holocaust, with lots of photos, for 5th graders.

Now Germar has written a book about his ordeal in Germany.  He also has a website (or blog) which you can read here.

What happened to Germar Rudolf is a crime.  I am very thankful that he is now speaking out.  You can read a review of his book here.

The day that the crematoria at Auschwitz-Birkenau were destroyed — according to Elie Wiesel’s book “Night.”

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:29 am

Carolyn Yeager posted a new article on her blog Elie Wiesel Cons the World yesterday.  The title of the article is Elie Wiesel Knows Soviet “Liberators” Destroyed the Birkenau Crematoriums.  You can read the article in full here.

This quote is from Ms. Yeager’s blog:

The official Holocaust narrative has it that the Red Army did not arrive at the Auschwitz labor camps until January 27th, 1945—where they found some of the barracks burning, and also blown-up crematorium buildings which had housed “gas chambers.” This is the date that is commemorated all over the world as the Liberation of Auschwitz.

However, on page 87 of the novel Night it is stated that the Russians “liberated” the inmates who were left behind at Monowitz (Auschwitz III) on January 20th, two days after the bulk of the prisoners left on the one-day forced march to Gleiwitz, from where they were put on a train to Buchenwald.

I have always suspected that the Germans did not come back and blow up Krema II and Krema III two days after they left the camp on January 18, 1945.  Now we have the proof, from Elie Wiesel’s book which is required reading for every school child in America.  I read the book years ago, but I missed the significance of the statement that the Soviets arrived two days after the Germans left.

Photo of the ruins of Krema II taken by the Soviet liberators of Birkenau, Feb. 1945

My photo of the ruins of Krema II, taken in October 2005

The official story of the Holocaust is that the Germans blew up the crematoria (the buildings which housed the gas chambers) in order to destroy the evidence of the gassing of prisoners at Auschwitz-Birkenau.  But we are asked to believe that they fooled around for months, while the Soviets were advancing across Poland, and did not destroy the evidence of gassing before they abandoned the camp.  The official story is that the Germans not only came back twice to blow up the gas chambers, but they filled in the holes in the roof so that, if the gas chambers were not completely destroyed, there would be no evidence of the holes through which the Zyklon-B was allegedly poured.

My photo of the ruins of Krema II at Birkenau, Oct. 2005

In the photo above, the collapsed roof of the underground gas chamber in Krema II can be seen in the foreground. The ruins of the undressing room, which is at right angles to the gas chamber, can be seen on the left. The International Monument, built in 1965, is in the background.  The ruins of Krema III are on the other side of the International Monument.  The International Monument was built on the road that leads to the Sauna where the incoming prisoners took a shower.  The Holocaust survivors, who are alive today and giving their testimony, saw the prisoners headed towards this road, where they turned and went to the shower room in the Sauna building where the clothing was disinfected.

The road to the Sauna building starts where the International Monument is now located