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July 11, 2016

a devastating three-hour guided tour, the only way summer visitors are allowed in the camps.

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 8:08 am

The title of my blog post today is a quote from a recent news article:

The following quote is from the news article:

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This week, just after the death of Eli Wiesel, I traveled with my family to Auschwitz, the largest crime scene in world history.

 Nowadays it’s a gruesome but essential tourist destination in Oswiecim, Poland, an hour and a half west of charming Krakow. A visit to Auschwitz (the German name for the area) includes a devastating three-hour guided tour, the only way summer visitors are allowed in the camps.

Wiesel’s classic book Night, which went from selling 1,000 copies when first published in the indifferent 1950s to more than 10 million today, offers a shattering supplement to the experience.

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I am very glad that I took the opportunity to visit Auschwitz three times in the past, before it was over run by tourists.

The first time that I visited Auschwitz, in 1998, I was the only tourist there; I was accompanied by a private tour guide from New York City, who met me in the train station in Warsaw, and drove me from Warsaw to the camp on several successive days.

My tour guide showed me the “ash pits” where the ashes of the Jews had allegedly been thrown, after the Jews has been gassed to death. Before I went to Poland, and saw the evidence, I truly believed that the Jews had been gassed. The ash pits started me down the road to Denial.

The Germans were the first people to become concerned about the environment. Yet they threw ashes into a pond. I don’t think so.

A large ash pit at Auschwitz-Birkenau

My photo of a large ash pit at Auschwitz-Birkenau; the Sauna building is in the background

My photo of the ash pit near Krema III gas chamber

My photo of the dried up ash pit near the ruins of the Krema III gas chamber

Markers show the location of the ashes of Jews killed in gas chambers

My photo of markers at the location of ashes of Jews killed in gas chambers

My photo of markers at the ash pond near Krema II

My photo of markers at the ash pond near the ruins of the Krema II gas chamber

The building in the background of my photo, directly above, is the ruins of the Krema II gas chamber. The German people were the first to worry about the environment, yet they allegedly dumped ashes into ponds.

The following quote is also from the news article:

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Our guide started by explaining that Auschwitz, where more than 1.1 million Jews—plus two hundred thousand Poles, gypsies, homosexuals and others—died between 1940 and 1945, is actually three large sites, now known as: Auschwitz I, the original camp commandeered from the Polish Army by the Nazis, where the mocking ARBEIT MACHT FREI (“Work makes you free”) sign greeted Polish inmates who were quickly worked to death; Auschwitz II, better known as Birkenau, the sprawling extermination camp built from scratch by inmates three kilometers away and named for the surrounding birch trees, where once stood scores of wooden barracks, four gas chambers and four crematoria; and Auschwitz III, also known as Monowitz-Buna, an I.G Farben rubber plant that employed slave labor and where another factory sits today.

Wiesel spent time in all three at various times in 1944 and 1945, with Auschwitz-Birkenau the first and worst. 

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  1. I don’t know the person who came up with the,”work sets you free” slogan ,but isn’t it possible it might mean just that. I hear people talk all the time about the Jews . Jews take advantage,expect something for nothing and try to get other folks to get their hands dirty,so they can do little as possible. So isn’t it possible someone put that sign up there as a way of letting the Jews know,your free ride is over. You’re gonna start to earn your keep

    Comment by Tim — July 11, 2016 @ 11:12 am

    • You wrote: “I don’t know the person who came up with the,”work sets you free” slogan ,”

      When the new Dachau gate house was finished in June 1936, this slogan was put on the iron gate into the camp. The words mean “work will set you free.” According to Rudolf Hoess, who was on the Dachau staff in 1936, the slogan meant that work sets one free in the spiritual sense, not literally.

      Comment by furtherglory — July 11, 2016 @ 11:18 am

    • The sign meant what it said as people interned in the camps for political reasons if rehabilitated were set free.
      The Jews always like to assign a nefarious meaning for everything related to the Germans,WW2, camps etc…..But this time contrary to what the Jewskies say it meant what it said. More Jews survived the camps than what they admit, but they don’t tell you that because that would take too much xplaining……


      Comment by jrizoli — July 11, 2016 @ 11:27 am

    • Note there was no “Work sets you free” sign at the entrance of Birkenau. The “Work sets you free” was at Auschwitz 1, the penal camp.

      Comment by hermie — July 11, 2016 @ 6:24 pm

      • Well,whatever the location for the sign was,I just got to thinking the “real” meaning may have been lost. History has always eluded to the fact that the sign was of a “cruel and sarcastic” nature. I figured the way they say the Jews always take advantage of shit,they put the sign up to let them know,”the days of the free ride are over”. Letting them know that they’re gonna have to warm up to the fact,they’re gonna have to work to earn their keep

        Comment by Tim — July 12, 2016 @ 2:32 pm

        • Had they wanted to let Jews know something with a sign,I think they would have rather opted for “Be ready for another wandering” or “Your departure will set Europe free.”

          Comment by hermie — July 12, 2016 @ 5:55 pm

  2. To my knowledge, no investigation was ever carried out at Birkenau to find the location of human remains. And if there was such a search, then no official forensic report was produced to give a detailed account of what went on – and more to the point – what was actually found.

    Therefore, it would be interesting to find out from the Auschwitz authorities what exactly is the criterion that they were using in order for them to so boldly and brazenly erect these marker stones which proclaims that human ashes lie scattered or buried in “ash pits”, ponds and “fields of ashes”.

    I suspect that there is no definitive proof that human remains lie buried at these locations – and so the world has to wait patiently with eager anticipation that such a report will emerge sometime in the future.

    Incidentally, I note that one of the marker stones in the photos is slightly crooked – which sums up Auschwitz to a “T”….. slightly crooked!

    Comment by Talbot — July 11, 2016 @ 10:47 am

    • In fact, ash pits/ponds would have been the exact opposite of a policy of concealment, with sedimentation carefully accumulating at each ash dumping more physical evidence of deaths for posterity . If the ashes of 1.1 million people were indeed settled (‘resettled,’ Holohoaxsters would say) in these ponds, there would be nothing easier than exhuming those physical evidence and shut the mouths of those ‘damn deniers’ once and for all. But for unknown reasons, the Holocaust industry has visibly decided to save ‘deniers’ from destruction by not bringing any physical evidence for their claims.

      Comment by hermie — July 11, 2016 @ 6:46 pm

  3. Nicholas Kollerstrom a science historian and astronomer is interviewed by Jonas E Alexis from the Veterans Today website. Jonas by the way is a black man so why does the MSM/Hollywood still insist on calling anyone who questions the holocaust a “neo nazi” or “white supremacist” ?

    Comment by Les — July 11, 2016 @ 10:43 am

  4. The infamous ash pits,…….LOL….So now we need to show the gullible goyim where all the ashes were put. Of course we have to have ash pits because there is no other way of explaining where the remains ended up.
    Like the Germans would want to pollute their water any worse than it might of been. So lets get this straight…..Over 1 million people killed and cremated in Horror Disneyland Camp Auschwitz ….8lbs of ash per body which would be over 8 million pounds which is a lot of ash, supposedly dumped into a pound or stream whatever….not a pleasant situation might I add….
    But there is a problem here….as far as I understand it the remains of people who died from natural causes were sent back to the urns. So that would be a deal breaker on how many urns were sent back this way. What is the straight dope on that? Shouldn’t that dead body count from natural cause be subtracted from the original over inflated i million plus figure? Here is what I come up with….total deaths in all the camps around 350,000 and half of them might of been Jews.
    Which by the corresponds with what the crematories could of actually burned. Another problem with the over inflated Jew deaths…..the Crematories had to be rebuilt after approx 3000 bodies and some of the crematories weren’t even functioning all the time as they were out of order for repairs etc….So guess what…. NONE of the crematories were ever said to be rebuilt……This is just plain fact….How do the HoloHuxsters answer that one.. I guess the crematories in the camps were made of super duper space shuttle fire proof type materials that could last forever, again the Holohuxsters have an answer for everything the problem is they can’t prove any thing they say but it sure sounds good on paper. Just like the 120 foot high piles of clothes in the Treblinka camp that could be see for miles…please explain how that was accomplished….and not to forget the 30 ft high piles of corpses piled on top of each other being burned on an open flame fire… you know how high 30 ft of bodies is….and then again just like the 120 ft pile of clothes fabrication how would you get to the top of the piles? and of course a fire able to consume 30 ft of bodies when the fire is below the corpses????
    This is a feat that is technically impossible no matter how hot the flame was… but the HoloHuxsters have it all figured out….right? No one has touched those questions and I can see why. Typical pick and chose what information that you want to deal with. For the record I’m pretty much excluding the Treblinka camp because that is another complete farce on it’s own…..People did die there from natural causes..but it wasn’t an extermination camp. Of course the Jews put a whammy into how many deaths they say happened by putting those rocks on the field which prohibits people from carrying out a proper investigation under the ground there. Pretty smart if you ask me cause now they stop any real forensic investigation, claiming this site has special exclusions being that it’s a burial site….sorta like the American indians in this country with their burial sites. Good Job on that one Gods chosen ones…. Were are not dealing with stupid people here, only the people reading into it more than they should are the stupid people.


    Comment by jrizoli — July 11, 2016 @ 10:31 am

    • Its hard to smash teeth ain’t it Jim? Shouldn’t we just end this and understand it was flooded?

      Comment by Lóegaire — July 11, 2016 @ 10:40 am

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