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May 4, 2016

the Nazis would laugh at how they turned human beings into animals

Filed under: Dachau, Germany, Holocaust — furtherglory @ 9:12 am

The title of my blog post today is a line from this news article:


The photo above was taken in the Dachau concentration camp. There are no photos of skinny men or boys at Auschwitz, so this photo was used instead, in the news article.


The photo above shows young boys walking out of a barracks at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The news article could not use a photo taken at Birkenau because this would be Holocaust denial, which is against the law in 19 countries, but not yet in the USA.

The following quote is from the news article:

Begin quote

To survive in a concentration camp is almost impossible. It depends on whether there is work for you so the captures will feed you. Work is the reason for the Nazis to keep you alive, and while this reason was there, you have food that keeps you alive so you can work. The Nazis would send the able-bodied children and other victims to work at the local refinery, road details, building, farm work, or wherever they needed. There was no kitchen, instead they would throw them food and watch all the people grab for it, like animals tearing at meat. The stronger would remain strong as they grabbed the food from the weak, and the weak would get weaker because they could not fight for the food that would make them strong. All this time, the Nazis would laugh at how they turned human beings into animals. They believed themselves to be Gods. They were the animals.

Sholom found a way to survive. He formed an alliance with two older boys. All three made a pact that saved their lives in the concentration camp. They became the Three Musketeers. One Jewish boy was in Auschwitz because he happened to be at the wrong place at the wrong time. He came to Poland a few days before the Germans launched the invasion of Poland. He was in London, England with his parents at the time traveling to a wedding. His parents were dead. The other boy came from the town of Lodz, Poland. He was captured and sent to the concentration camp in 1939. It was now 1943 and he had survived four years in hell. Lodz used to have 150,000 Jews representing a fourth of the population of that city. Almost every Jew was either starved to death living in the Lodz Ghetto, or were sent to Auschwitz where they were exterminated. This one Jewish boy survived. He did not know how long he was there. He did not want to know.

The pact formed by the Three Musketeers was quite simple: They would split whatever food they found into thirds, one third for each of them. As well, they would fight for each other and found strength in numbers making sure no one would take away the food they found.

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  1. Wait a minute. The nazis can’t turn anybody into animals,only Dr. Moreau can do that. Okay,this kid went to London for a wedding. His parents died there and he came back to Poland ,only to be put in lockdown by the nazis. There he hooks up with 2 other boys and they become the 3 Musketeers. They had strength in numbers. They split their food 3 ways. He’s starting to sound like Oliver Twist. Was Fagin the Jew in this prison too? His parents kicked off. How? He made it back to Poland . How? His parents were dead and nobody said,”you’re a minor. We’ve got to release you to an older guardian “. His story sounds like BS.

    Comment by Tim — May 5, 2016 @ 4:47 am

  2. “Sholom found a way to survive. He formed an alliance with two older boys. All three made a pact that saved their lives in the concentration camp. They became the Three Musketeers”

    “Sholom doesn’t know where the other Musketeers are today. He was sure the London native went back home. The boy from Lodz went to Israel or at least so he was told.”

    He doesn’t provide us with the names of the other two musketeers – which is a sure sign that its a made-up story. If you went through an experience like the one he describes – you would remember your companion’s names and freely speak of them. Note also, that he is very vague as to what happened to them: so, conveniently, they can’t be identified or traced in order to verify his story.

    But the absence of any names for other victims is often absent in these holo-stories. You will find that they are more than eager to name Doctor Mengele – and sometimes even Eichmann is thrown in, but they will rarely speak of fellow inmates by name – either on the trains; in the camps; or on the so-called “death marches”.

    Comment by Talbot — May 4, 2016 @ 10:36 am

    • Moe, Larry and Curly, not too hard to figure out.


      Comment by jrizoli — May 4, 2016 @ 10:39 am

      • Thinkin’ about it – they didn’t have names, did they. They were all issued with numbers in the camps. Those wicked Nazis had engraved tattoos on their arses, and so they only knew each other by their numbers.

        Comment by Talbot — May 4, 2016 @ 11:42 am

  3. You all do know that the children under 15 were all supposed to be killed as they enterrd the csmp. So I really don’t understand how this guy comes up with the children in this thing considering that according to the official HoloHoax story all the children coming into the camp were killed. But…they can change it anytime they want making it look like if the kids could work they would gladly do so but it would contradict the stories that they’ve already told.
    Holohoax story changes every day according to who writes the article and what lies they can think of that sound good.


    Comment by jrizoli — May 4, 2016 @ 9:34 am

  4. We all know that a better term for their little group would have been The Three Stooges because anything associated with the Holohosx particularly dealing with what was said in the article that is hard to believe that anybody can take it seriously so I must look at that as a comedy sketch.


    Comment by jrizoli — May 4, 2016 @ 9:25 am

  5. The linked article is really a classic of the genre — in addition to being a ‘Holocaust’ bullshit monger, the guy who wrote it is also an ignoramus — eg writing “Nazi’s” where he means Nazis (simple plural), and “captures” instead of captors.

    Comment by eah — May 4, 2016 @ 9:22 am

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