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April 22, 2016

Another day, another student trip to Auschwitz

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — furtherglory @ 11:02 am
View of the Auschwitz main camp

Aerial view of the Auschwitz main camp with the Sola river shown at the top of the photo

My 2007 photo of the gas chamber in the main Auschwitz camp

My 2007 photo of the gas chamber and the entrance into the oven room in the main Auschwitz camp

My 2005 photo of the suitcases on display at Auschwitz

My 2005 photo of suitcases on display at Auschwitz main camp

The biggest mistake, that the Nazis ever made, was to allow 10,000 Jewish children to travel to Great Britain, before they started gassing the rest of the Jews in Germany and Poland.

Now those children are all grown up, and they are making a big effort to teach today’s British students about Auschwitz, the largest death complex in the Holocaust.

You can read about the latest student trip at http://coventryobserver.co.uk/news/feature-sobering-day-remembering-fallen-auschwitz/

The headline of the article is

A sobering day remembering the fallen in Auschwitz

The fallen? This expression usually refers to soldiers who have fallen in a war. In this news article, the fallen are the Jews, who fought the good fight, but were Holocausted by the evil Nazis.

The following quote is from the article:

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Prior to arrival [at Auschwitz], [Jewish] prisoners were shown images of a ‘swimming pool’ [at Auschwitz] with green grass, flowers and beautiful countryside in the background – a lie which clearly worked.

Auschwitz

Little did they know this swimming pool’s only purpose was to extinguish any fires that broke out – and lying directly next to the ‘pool’ was endless amounts of fencing, barbed wire and lookout bases to stop any prisoners escaping.

Pictures of prisoners that were killed are plastered over the walls – some lucky enough to live a couple of months, others days, the majority just hours.

A huge chamber of shoes, pans, glasses, possessions dominate my vision – it’s shocking, jaw-dropping.

I could tell some students were incredibly hesitant to enter one of the gas chambers, a place where thousands of innocent people were killed.

Chillingly, it took the Germans two days to kill the first innocent group due to a lack of knowledge in knowing how much Zyklon B to add to the chamber.

From killing hundreds in days, the Germans tweaked the quantity of Zyklon B pellets used and could now kill thousands in minutes.

We entered, and you felt an incredible sense of what those entering the chamber would’ve felt – though obviously nowhere near as terrifying or shocking.

A concrete bunker it was, just a room with plain concrete walls, a plain concrete ceiling and very claustrophobic.

For me, though, the most poignant moment came when strolling past some old ruins – that turned out to be another gas chamber.

End quote

Note that the first thing, that the students are taught, is the swimming pool lie. Auschwitz was allegedly a death camp! What kind of a death camp has a swimming pool! Unmöglich!

1996 photo of the swimming pool in the main camp

1996 photo of the swimming pool in the main Auschwitz camp

My 2005 photo of the location of swimming pool

My 2005 photo shows repair work being done on the swimming pool

In the photo above, the building on the right is Block 6, one of the barracks buildings where Jews lived in the camp. How cruel it was, for the Nazis to house Jews in a building where they could look out the window and see a nice swimming pool, but they were forbidden to swim in it!

According to the news story, the swimming pool was only for putting out fires!

Pity the poor Jew who tried to start a fire at Auschwitz.  The Nazis had this covered: a swimming pool, with a diving board, ready to put out any fire.  Besides that, the buildings in the Auschwitz main camp, where the swimming pool was located, were all brick buildings, not easily burned to the ground!

The following quote is also from the news article, cited above.

Begin quote

I could tell some students were incredibly hesitant to enter one of the gas chambers, a place where thousands of innocent people were killed.

Chillingly, it took the Germans two days to kill the first innocent group due to a lack of knowledge in knowing how much Zyklon B to add to the chamber.

From killing hundreds in days, the Germans tweaked the quantity of Zyklon B pellets used and could now kill thousands in minutes.

We entered, and you felt an incredible sense of what those entering the chamber would’ve felt – though obviously nowhere near as terrifying or shocking.

A concrete bunker it was, just a room with plain concrete walls, a plain concrete ceiling and very claustrophobic.

For me, though, the most poignant moment came when strolling past some old ruins – that turned out to be another gas chamber.

End quote

Another gas chamber that is in ruins now? Was this in the main camp, or at Aushwitz-Birkenau. As far as I know, there was only one gas chamber in the main Auschwitz camp, so the student must be talking about the ruins at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

My 2005 photo of the ruins of Krema II at Birkenau

My 2005 photo of the ruins of Krema II at Auschwitz-Birkenau

This final quote is the words of a student, as stated in the news article:

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Standing on the platform, I look to my left and see an endless train line – running deep into the woods that helped the Germans disguise the true purpose of Auschwitz [Birkenau].

I look to my right and see the iconic building that shadows the death camp – looking forwards and backwards just fields, fields as far as the eye can see.

It’s near impossible to describe the day, the place, the feeling of standing in a spot where millions of people were once murdered.

There I was, strolling through a place that could be renovated into a nice town, a place of construction, but instead it was – and continues to be – the world’s most infamous town where millions of people were separated, murdered and used.

End quote

 

11 Comments »

  1. I clearly and amusingly remember when it was revealed that Auschwitz had a swimming pool, during the Zundel free speech trial in Toronto. The holocaust lobby went ballistic when the media gleefully reported what was then a new and exciting revelation. Like most people at that time they had only been exposed to the tightly controlled party line of the lobby. They had no idea that Auschwitz had all manner of entertainment facilities. The lobby went into overdrive with a panoply of rationalizations, disinformation and outright lies trying to stem the damage to their gravy train. As you can see they have finally settled on two contradictory rationals. (1) The shrewd German, with their inborn talent for swindling, slyly showed the swimming pool to potential guests in the hope that they would happily agree to enrol. (2) if per chance that attempt to rationalize fails, the fall back position is, don’t believe your eyes, it really is a water reservoir for fire fighting. The Diving board is there as a prop to fool the potential guests.
    As with all revisionist exposé’s the holocaust industry goes from kicking and screaming to finally accepting the obvious with a strained convoluted rational allowing the hoax to continue, all be it with their overwhelming influence in the media and the threat of professional ruination hanging over those who dare to point out that the emperor has no clothes. So the tall tale and the benefits continues in a new form. Once again it’s left to those few courageous souls to challenge the distorted demon.

    Comment by John Mortl — April 26, 2016 @ 4:48 pm

  2. The Gas-Chamber Libel against the Germans is the Jews’ revenge for the so-called Blood Libel against the Jews. And they’ve got most of us BELIEVING this lie (and, of course, NOT believing the Blood Libel)!

    Comment by Jett Rucker — April 23, 2016 @ 3:12 pm

  3. FURTHERGLORY, SCHLAGETERM TALBOT. You comments here confirm the opinion of my late friend EMILIO FOA’ – in 1992 Italian Member of the International Auschwitz Comitee – about the need of silence at those places of sorrow and horror.
    Unfortunately, SHOAH BUSINESS TOURISM DIVISON turned those places of horror in tourist actractions. A blasphemy.

    Comment by WOLF MURMELSTEIN — April 23, 2016 @ 1:51 am

    • tourist actractions

      Yes, many people go there as tourists — but you miss the point of taking students there: indoctrination — these mostly white, (nominally) Christian students are taken to Auschwitz to indoctrinate them in the ‘Holocaust’ story — to reinforce in their minds the evil of nationalism and ethnocentrism (Jewish ethnocentrism is OK of course) — I’m sure this is seen as more important today as a huge and seemingly never-ending flood of non-white “refugees” is causing more and more Europeans to wake up and see that the demographic makeup of their countries is facing a mortal threat, causing support for parties labelled by the media as “far right” to rise.

      Comment by eah — April 24, 2016 @ 3:21 am

  4. The author of the news article writes;- “For me, though, the most poignant moment came when strolling past some old ruins – that turned out to be another gas chamber.”

    Well, the most poignant moment for me when I visited Auschwitz, was while standing alongside Krema 2 in Birkenau, and a large group of Jews in their late-teens and twenties – wearing their blue and white scarves, and waving the Israeli flag – came sauntering past the remains of the alleged gas chamber and crematoria.

    They didn’t give these ruins a second glance as they joyfully went on their merry way, chatting and laughing with one another.

    But there was I – solemnly trying to come to terms with the concept of hundreds of thousands of innocent Jews being put to death in these facilities – and they couldn’t care less!. In fact, one of them glanced over at me with a pitying, and rather cheesy-looking smile on his face, as if to say;- “that poor old goyim still believes in the gas chamber myth – whereas we Jews know perfectly well that its all crap. But we don’t let on, because its good for us to keep the Gentiles in their place by emphasising their guilt and responsibility for what the Nazis allegedly did to our people back in WW2.

    Comment by Talbot — April 22, 2016 @ 12:44 pm

    • Fortunately, someone who had been to Auschwitz advised me not to go there on the days that Jewish teenagers would be there. These special days are called “The march of the living.” I was told about how these teenagers destroy hotel rooms and eat in restaurants without paying. They help the goyim to understand why the Jews were Holocausted.

      Comment by furtherglory — April 22, 2016 @ 1:57 pm

      • I had the misfortune of visiting Majdanek once when several busloads of the annoying little shits were there. They were obnoxious and arrogant, and wandering about with flags and banners and uzi carrying security guards.

        Of course, I’m sure goyim wouldn’t be allowed to carry automatic weapons in Poland, but then the rules the chosen demand for others never apply to themselves .

        Comment by Schlageter — April 22, 2016 @ 2:54 pm

        • I started my travel to the concentration camps in 1995, the first time that I went to Dachau. I went to Dachau again in 1997. I went to Dachau several times — the last time in 2007. I went to Auschwitz for the first time in 1998, and returned for several visits, the last one being in 2007. It was not until years later that the crowds starting coming to the former camps.

          Comment by furtherglory — April 22, 2016 @ 4:27 pm

  5. FURTHERGLORY. This article cames just at Pesach eve when we learn that “In every generation they will rise to our destruction ,,,” This quotation means today that without learning history – here historical background of events occured – all the remebrance rites . here tourism to places of horror .- is useless, I wonder, again and again, what all those students know about the hiistorical background of what happened at Auschwitz and other Death Camps,

    Comment by WOLF MURMELSTEIN — April 22, 2016 @ 12:31 pm

    • Wolf wrote: “This article cames just at Pesach eve when we learn that “In every generation they will rise to our destruction ,,,” This quotation means today that without learning history […] all the remebrance rites – . here tourism to places of horror .- is useless”

      This quote also means that the Zionists of the 1940’s didn’t need to look very far for inspiration when a Palestine-grabbing propaganda hoax became necessary for the fulfillment of their political goals. The sweet memories of the tasty ‘Haman’s ears’ eaten at every Purim during their own childhood were enough for that…😉

      Comment by hermie — April 23, 2016 @ 9:32 pm


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