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February 19, 2016

I just got a message that Bradley Smith has died

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — furtherglory @ 1:47 pm

If you don’t know who Bradley Smith is, I can’t help you.  I just got a message from Germar Rudolf telling me that Bradley has passed away.

I have written several blog posts under the tag Bradley Smith:

What should the punishment be for TURNING ON THE GAS that killed the Jews?

Filed under: Dachau, Germany, Holocaust — furtherglory @ 12:54 pm

The following quote is from a news story that you can read in full at

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Why, then, select for symbolic punishment those whom the records show were physically present when the gas was turned on? They were just the front end of an evil ideology that inexplicably captured an entire country [Germany].

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Poison gas was thrown through these holes on the roof of the Auschwitz gas chamber

Poison gas was thrown through these holes on the roof of the Auschwitz gas chamber

Bins, for pouring in gas pellets, on the outside wall of the Dachau gas chamber

Bins, for pouring in gas pellets, on the outside wall of the Dachau gas chamber, and a peephole to watch the victims die

In today’s world it is entirely appropriate to throw a 94-year-old former SS man [Reinhold Hanning] into prison for “turning on the gas” that killed the Jews. Did Hanning turn on the gas in a gas stove into which Jews were forced to stick their heads?

The news article begins with this quote:

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Former SS sergeant Reinhold Hanning is on trial in Germany for his involvement in the deaths of 170,000 people at Auschwitz. He is reportedly hard of hearing and in poor health. He is 94.

His trial will be followed by that of Hubert Zafke, who is alleged to have been a paramedic at the same concentration camp. Zafke is 95 and suffers from dementia.

What will these trials achieve? That’s what I ask myself when I read of feeble old men being called to account for things that happened more than 70 years ago.

Any punishment that might be meted out to them at this stage in their lives can only be symbolic. What, then, is the purpose? And why have charges been brought against them when they are probably past the point of being able to defend themselves?

I discussed this recently with a Jewish friend. We agreed that these prosecutions are largely driven by Germany’s desire to acknowledge its guilt for the Nazi extermination camps.

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Did you catch that?  The SS men who worked at Auschwitz TURNED ON THE GAS.  I have a gas stove, which I can turn on and off.  Were the Jews killed by being forced to stick their heads into a gas stove?

I was under the impression that Zyklon-B, the gas that was allegedly used to kill the Jews, was thrown into the gas chambers through a hole in the wall or through a hole on the roof.

Germany should give up trying to placate the Jews. Germany has worse problems now — with hordes of refugees coming into the country.

Former Auschwitz guard Reinhold Henning on trial in Germany

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust, World War II — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 8:08 am
Hungarian Jews walking to the gas chamber with no supervision

Hungarian Jews walking to the gas chamber with no supervision, carrying their pails

Hungarian women who have been selected to work at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Hungarian women, who were selected to work at Auschwitz-Birkenau, had their heads shaved

The headline below is on top of an article about Reinhold Henning, a former German soldier, who is currently on trial in Germany, accused of being an accessory to the murder of Jews in the Holocaust.

Canadian Holocaust survivor to testify at trial of former Auschwitz guard

This quote is from the news article:

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After Max Eisen was deported to Auschwitz in 1944, his mother and three siblings were immediately gassed and the 15-year-old boy was assigned to a gruelling work unit draining marshland outside the [Auschwitz-Birkenau] camp. [Reinhold Henning was a guard at the Auschwitz 1 camp]


Mr. Eisen is [currently] in the old German town of Detmold, where he will testify on Thursday morning, one of several Canadian Holocaust survivors expected to take the stand in one of the last Auschwitz court cases, the trial of 94-year-old Reinhold Hanning, [Henning] a former guard.


Mr. [Reinhold] Henning admits he was a guard in the infamous camp in occupied Poland, but says he was posted at Auschwitz I, which was first set up as a concentration camp in 1940, rather than the Birkenau satellite camp, where the mass gassing took place in later years.

His time in the camp overlaps with the most murderous phase in Auschwitz history, when more than 430,000 Hungarian Jews were deported in the summer of 1944. Three quarters of them were sent to the gas chambers on arrival.

The former guards being prosecuted  [including Reinhold Henning] are in their 90s. The survivors, then children or teenagers, are in their 80s. The youngest [survivor], Montrealer Angela Orosz, is 71. She was born in Auschwitz one month before it was liberated in January, 1945.

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Wait a minute! Angela Orosz was “born in Auschwitz.”  How is that possible?  Men and women were housed in separate barracks in separate sections at Auschwitz. Besides that, if women became pregnant at Auschwitz, the babies were immediately killed, by the Nazis, as soon as they were born. Everyone knows that!

Hungarian Jews who have just arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Hungarian Jews who have just arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau in May 1944

I wrote about the deportation of the Hungarian Jews on my website at