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May 16, 2016

Birkenau was built for the sole purpose of murdering Jews

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: — furtherglory @ 10:44 am

The title of my blog post is a quote from a news article which you can read in full at

The following quote is from the news article:

These [Jewish] prisoners did not have a choice and millions did not get the chance to live their lives.

By 1941 the Nazi genocide had stepped up and Auschwitz [the main camp] became too small due to the sheer number of prisoners arriving from across occupied countries.

Two miles away is the site of Auschwitz-Birkenau – a camp with an area covering an area the size of 250 football pitches.

The scale of Birkenau is overwhelming, and harrowingly it was built for the sole purpose of murdering Jews.

End quote

The news article does not explain why such a huge place was needed to kill the Jews. The size of the Birkenau camp is 425 acres. It is a mile long and a mile and a half wide. Allegedly, nothing went on in this huge camp except the murdering of the Jews.

The following quote is also from the news article:

The first camp we visited was Auschwitz [the main camp], one hour from Krakow airport.

Originally the site was used as a [German Army] barracks but when the Nazis invaded Poland the empty buildings became the first concentration camp in that area.

As we made our way under the ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ sign at the gates, the persecution was revealed in greater detail.

The sign translates as ‘work makes you free’ – a sick joke by the Nazis, as nobody was supposed to leave the camp alive. [This slogan was only used on Class I camps where prisoners had a chance to be set free.]

More likely than not you have heard horrifying stories from survivors or other Holocaust educators but the true extent cannot be described without seeing it for yourself.

Many of the cell blocks now contain masses of belongings taken from the prisoners.

End quote



  1. What the shit is a,”football pitch”? Once again the ” work makes you free” sign has been bought up. They say as usual,”it’s a sick joke”. I’m thinking the sign may have meant just that. I don’t what the person was thinking that came up with the slogan,but it may have meant just that. The Jews want to ride the backs of everyone else and profit from their hard work and best efforts. They put the sign up to let the jews know,”the days of the free ride are over. You’re gonn start to pull your weight and learn what an honest day’s work is”. That’s just what I’ve deduced from all that.

    Comment by Tim — May 19, 2016 @ 6:28 am

  2. Interesting story from the Daily Wail…comments are moderated in advance !

    Comment by peter — May 16, 2016 @ 4:21 pm

  3. These reports are Holocaust educational Trust advertorials ; paid for by the British tax payer.

    Comment by peter — May 16, 2016 @ 3:30 pm

  4. The original news article above incudes photo images of the poor, unfortunate students being led around the Auschwitz/Birkenau complex and having to listen to some guy who doesn’t really know himself what he’s talking about. All the information that he’s spouting out to them is simply what he has picked up on a training course organised by the dishonest holocaust industry.

    The students look pretty cold and miserable to me as they stand around in the Polish winter. I expect they are saying to themselves;- “At least the Jews had heated barracks in which to shelter and sleep – just look at all the chimneys in the ruined barracks. We, on the other hand, are obliged to stand outside in the cold and listen to all this fantastic nonsense about gas chambers and hundreds of thousands of exterminated victims. Shouldn’t we all go back to the bus now, and return to Krakow, which is a much more interesting place to visit – and has a genuine, more believable, history to it.”

    One of the photos even has some lit candles placed in some old cans – those holohoaxers do love their sacred candles don’t they? And another photo shows a granite obelisk with a glass flask mounted on top. This is obviously brand new, and hasn’t been there very long. The caption says;-

    “Some of the ashes of the victims in a Memorial at Auschwitz.”

    Well, the question is – where have these ashes come from; because there has never been a search for human remains at Auschwitz or Birkenau since the end of the war. There were over 600 bodies found there when the Soviets arrived at the end of January 1945, but these were buried in a special plot within the town itself. Are the Auschwitz authorities claiming that some of these remains were dug up. Who knows!

    Comment by Talbot — May 16, 2016 @ 1:34 pm

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