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September 12, 2012

Can the Holocaust be saved? Even the Jews are now denying it

Filed under: Buchenwald, Dachau, Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 10:53 am

I had never heard of Micha Kat until I came across a blog post on the Balder Blog, written on October 23, 2011, which you can read in full here.

This quote is from the Balder Blog:

Rumors say that Micha Kat has fled Holland, where so called ‘holocaust denial’ is a punishable thought crime, and has taken up residency in Laos


Micha Kat: Our society is in the proces (sic) of crashing, because its foundations have shown themselves to be completely rotten. One of these rotten foundations is the history surrounding the ‘Holocaust’. If we want to attack the system as a whole, we can do this best and most effectively by directing our efforts to this foundation, which is seen as the most ‘holy’ and the most ‘sacrosanct’. The Holocaust. Source

Micha Kat and the Holocaust Hoax [Micha Kat is shown in the photo on the right]

This infamous holocaust lie must be exposed in order to also smash the other lies; the benevolent European Union, the life threatening ‘pandemics’, the saving of Greece ‘for your own good’, and the illusion of trustworthiness of the government and the main stream media..

My father had a Jewish mother, and my mother a Jewish father. A deadly cocktail; even if I officially [Halacha – Jewish law] am not Jewish, all my growing up and education was focussed (sic) on our Jewish identity, and especially on Israel, where my mother has lived for many years, and where much of her family still lives.

End quote from Balder Blog

There are a few obvious errors in the Balder blog post, but the gist of the article is that Micha Kat, born in 1963, is denying the Holocaust. He may or may not be Jewish, depending on how you define the word Jew.

Scroll way down on the Balder blog post and you will see the video of David Cole as he confronts a tour guide in the gas chamber of the main Auschwitz camp.  This is the first time that I have been able to see the entire documentary made by David Cole in 1992.  In 1994, David Cole had to go into hiding, in fear for his life, and was never heard from for many years.

When I went to Auschwitz, for the first time, in 1998, I arranged my tour through a tour company in New York city.  My guide for the Auschwitz main camp was a very young Jewish woman, who was not very assertive — much like the guide that David Cole had in 1992.

In 1998, the entrance to the gas chamber in the main camp was through the door that was constructed by the Germans when they converted the “gas chamber” into a bomb shelter.  The door is shown in my 1998 photo below.

Door into Auschwitz gas chamber constructed when the room was converted into a bomb shelter

Before we went into the gas chamber through the air raid shelter door, I started to climb up onto the roof.  The guide said to me, “You can’t go up there!”  I said, “Sure you can.  Look, there is a path up to the top.”  As a result, I got the photos, which I took on the roof, shown below.

My 1998 photo of the roof of the gas chamber in the main Auschwitz camp

Roof of the gas chamber in Auschwitz, with the SS hospital that was directly across the street

As I was walking around the main Auschwitz camp in 1998, I sensed that my tour guide was very nervous because she was suspicious of me.  Like David Cole, whom I had never heard of at that time, I was asking questions and I was not showing the proper emotion during a tour of the most sacred place on earth.

In 1998, there was no sign anywhere which said that photos were forbidden at Auschwitz.  The first photo of the gas chamber, that I took in 1998, is shown below.

My 1998 photo of the doorway into Auschwitz gas chamber from the oven room

I took the photo above after I had observed that the doorway had no signs of any door being there and it was not lined up with the tracks in front of the ovens; obviously this was not the original doorway from the oven room into the gas chamber. Note that the photo shows a tour group inside the gas chamber.

After I took the photo above, the tour guide told me not to take any more photos because she said that it is disrespectful to take photos inside the gas chamber where so many people died.   I ignored her and took a photo of the back wall of the gas chamber, which you can see below.  The tour guide glared at me with an expression of “How dare you disrespect such a sacred place.”  I took this photo because I couldn’t contain myself after seeing a glass panel in the back door of the gas chamber.

My 1998 photo of the back wall of the Auschwitz gas chamber

I asked my tour guide “What kept the prisoners from breaking the glass in the door and letting all the poison gas out of the gas chamber?”  She told me, with a straight face, that there was a guard outside the door, with a gun, ready to shoot anyone who tried to break the glass.

We started walking out of the door shown in the photo above, and when the tour guide had her back turned, I spun around, and holding the camera in one hand, I took the photo below.  This was one of the first published photos of the gas chamber in the main camp.  A similar photo is shown on the Balder Blog.  You can’t take this same photo now because there is always a flower arrangement on the floor.

My 1998 photo of the gas chamber in the main Auschwitz camp

Note the marks on the floor in the photo above, which show where there were walls around several little rooms in the chamber when it was used as a air raid shelter.  In the face of this evidence, my tour guide assured me that the gas chamber was original, not a reconstruction.

The following quote is from the blog post on the Balder Blog:

In which camp was Uncle Ernie gassed?

Get me right please: I don’t say that all these stories are 100% lies, but that there was ‘something which was twisted’. Strange. If even things like that are wrapped in such mystery, how then couldn’t it be with the big story; the Holocaust; the ‘planned industrialized extermination’ of European Jewry?

The most often published ‘Auschwitz photo’. Evidence for Holocaust and gas chambers? Just think about the comparable photo of the ‘Serbian concentration camp’ Omarska, which was spread by the NATO propaganda machine, and which is known to be a propaganda hoax. [images right –>]

As a child I read everything about the war. The five small volumes written by Lou de Jong on the occasion of a TV series at that point in time, I literally knew by heart. The books in my parent’s library contained numbers from standard works. But there was also something wrong there. Something which didn’t add up. I already had seen that through as a kid. It was all about the gas chambers.

End quote from Balder Blog

Prisoners in Buchenwald concentration camp

Prisoners in Buchenwald concentration camp

The Balder Blog has made a correction on a famous photo [shown above], which was taken at Buchenwald, explaining that the photo of the prisoners in a concentration barrack “originates from Buchenwald.”  This is the famous photo which allegedly shows Elie Wiesel as one of the prisoners in barrack #56 at Buchenwald.  Now there is a whole website devoted to Elie Wiesel.  The title of the website is Elie Wiesel Cons the World.  As far as I know, the owner of the website has not gone into hiding, like David Cole.  You can watch a video about Elie Wiesel on the Elie Wiesel Cons the World web site here.

So what is going on here?  Will the whole Holocaust story soon be revealed as a giant hoax, as believed by the Holocaust deniers?

Already, the Holocaust numbers are dwindling down:  From 4 million deaths at Auschwitz, claimed by the Soviets at the Nuremberg IMT, the official number is now down to 1.1 million deaths, of which around 900,000 were Jews.  The numbers at Majdanek are now officially down to 78,000 deaths, of which 59,000 were Jews. The number of deaths at Majdanek was claimed to be 1.5 million by the Soviets at Nuremberg.

Only Dachau is holding the line:  The number of deaths at Dachau has now been inflated by 10,000 — which the tour guides justify by the fact that, as we all know, the Nazis didn’t keep accurate records.  The tour guides at Dachau now tell visitors that the gas chamber there was used, although not for “mass gassing.”

When I was a Freshman in High School in 1948, the students were given a small pamphlet to take home.  We were supposed to study this pamphlet and be prepared for a class discussion the next day.  I remember this very clearly.

The pamphlet was all about how President Harry Truman was the first national leader to recognize Israel as a country.  It was so sad to read about the poor Jews, who had no country of their own.  The main point of the pamphlet, however, was that it was Harry Truman, the first president of the United States from Missouri, who had been the first to recognize the country of Israel.  The Holocaust was not discussed, not in the pamphlet, nor in the classroom.  We were not told why the Jews needed a country of their own.

The students in my high school were so proud that it was a man from Missouri who was the first one to come to the defense of the Jews and recognize Israel as their country.  The point that I am trying to make here is that the Holocaust was not discussed immediately after World War II — not in my High School classes, nor in my classes at the University of Missouri.

The Holocaust did not become a popular subject until some time in the 1970s.  Now it is the number one topic of the day.  There is something about the Holocaust in the news every day.   Americans are suffering from Holocaust fatigue.  The Jews have overplayed their hand and now the Holocaust is becoming a joke.