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April 25, 2014

“Arbeit macht Frei” from morning to night

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 3:39 pm
Sign on the gate into the Auschwitz main camp

Early morning shot of the sign on the gate into the Auschwitz main camp

Early evening photo of Arbeit macht Frei sign

Early evening photo of Arbeit macht Frei sign in Auschwitz main camp

The phrase “Arbeit macht Frei” means that “Work will set you Free.”

In today’s world, this phrase has lost all meaning because the Jews have made this slogan into a motto which means that the Jews were immediately gassed to death in the concentration camps, after they had been fooled into thinking that they would be set free if they worked.

I have blogged until I am blue in the face about the meaning of this phrase and how it  was used in the Nazi concentration camps, but it’s no use.  The Jews have changed the meaning to suit their agenda. That’s all you know on earth. And all you need to know (borrowed from Keats).


  1. The holocaust is a brand, and as anybody knows nowadays, a brand needs a unique marketing slogan

    Comment by DB — April 26, 2014 @ 6:45 am

  2. U am studying the case of the GULAG camps amd other case where similar iscriptions had been put on the entrance gates. In Octorber 1939 at Nisko Eichmann in his famous speach told “You have to do … ro set up … otherwise it means … to dye!” The first deportation from Germany and Austria had been called “resettlement for work”. Not “the Jews” but “figures belonging to certain establishment” prefer slogan to a thourough studying of history. I, myself, wanted to learn the real reasons of happenings since the Liberation when I had been 9 – nine – years old. Already in the twenties of century XIX German writers – of the Romanticism – had developeed the idea of mass extermiantion by forced labour.

    Comment by Wolf Murmelstein — April 25, 2014 @ 10:54 pm

    • Anyone, who is not familiar with Nisko, can read Wolf Murmelstein’s essay on the subject on my website at

      This quote, from the essay, mentions Eichmann:

      Begin Quote:
      Indeed the Nazi Foreign Organization called attention to a possible alliance with Arab Nationalist Parties – which were ideologically alike – so in Palestine as in other countries. As the official Foreign Office could not be directly involved, contacts had to be taken care of by the SD, the SS security service, led by the terrible Reinhard von Heydrich, who sent, in November 1937, Adolf Eichmann, already a “specialist for Zionist affairs,” to Palestine and Egypt for talks, whose results can only be conjectured.
      End Quote

      Comment by furtherglory — April 26, 2014 @ 7:22 am

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