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February 10, 2017

A blog post that I wrote 7 years ago is still being read all over the world

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 8:19 am

https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2010/04/24/the-gas-chamber-disguised-as-a-shower-room-in-the-crematorium-at-dachau/

I wrote the blog post which is cited above, 7 years ago, and it is still being read today.  Why are people all over the world still interested in the Dachau shower room?

My photo of the Dachau gas chamber

My 2001 photo of  the alleged Dachau gas chamber

The title of the blog post, cited above, is

The gas chamber disguised as a shower room in the crematorium at Dachau

You can read about the alleged Dachau gas chamber on my website at http://www.scrapbookpages.com/DachauScrapbook/GasChamber/interior00.html

The website page, cited above, was written before I became a Holocaust denier. That’s what happens to people who see too many fake gas chambers — they become deniers, and they might be thrown into prison in 20 different countries which now have Holocaust denier laws.

You can read more about the Dachau gas chamber on my website at https://www.scrapbookpages.com/DachauScrapbook/GasChamber/history01.html

14 Comments »

  1. FG, can you tell when exactly did you become a Holocaust denier, and what was the main reason for this turn? It was this Dachau issue?

    Comment by Κλέων Ι. — February 10, 2017 @ 10:54 am

    • You wrote: “can you tell when exactly did you become a Holocaust denier, and what was the main reason for this turn?”

      As I recall, I became a Holocaust denier when I first saw the Dachau camp. The Dachau camp is not hidden, as a Holocaust site should be; it was on a main street through the town of Dachau. Then I saw the so-called gas chamber. At that time, I knew what a gas chamber should look like because I had seen the gas chamber in Jefferson City, MO. The room that is called a “gas chamber” at Dachau is a shower room.

      Comment by furtherglory — February 10, 2017 @ 1:49 pm

      • I am replying to my own comment to add that I have blogged about how the entrance to the Dachau Memorial site looks now: https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2013/11/17/visitors-center-at-dachau/

        Comment by furtherglory — February 10, 2017 @ 2:08 pm

      • FG wrote:
        – As I recall, I became a Holocaust denier when I first saw the Dachau camp.

        Yes, but when was that? I see you started blogging in February 2010. Were you a denier at the time? So, all your blog posts are in denial? Or did you change sometime later, and if the answer is yes, at what time point?
        This is what I’ve asked because I want to know, when I read old blog posts of yours, if there were denial posts or not,

        Comment by Κλέων Ι. — February 11, 2017 @ 12:24 am

        • You wrote:”I see you started blogging in February 2010. Were you a denier at the time?”

          Yes, I was a denier when I started blogging in 2010.

          Here’s my story: I went to Dachau for the first time in 1998. I knew nothing about Dachau at that time; I was accompanied by my son who knew nothing about it either. At that time, I knew nothing about the Holocaust. When I first saw the camp, I said to myself: Something Wrong!

          I set up my website pages in 1998, after my trip to Dachau. At that time, my website was very primitive, consisting of a photo of Dachau on each page with a link to the photo on the next page. Everything was kosher — no denial.

          After a few years, I started a more sophisticated website and gradually expanded it and corrected it over the years, but still keeping it kosher, writing from the Jewish point of view.

          In spite of the fact that there was no denial on my website, I still got threatening e-mail from Jews, who thought that I was not respectful enough and they wanted me to change what I wrote.

          When I started blogging, I immediately got hateful comments from Jews, who threatened me. They contacted my internet provider company and asked them to take down my blog. The person at the internet company told them to fuck off, and they gave up.

          After about 2 or 3 weeks of abuse from Jews on my blog, I banned the abusers from commenting; I was afraid that I would be killed, but nothing happened. They apparently moved on to attack someone else.

          Comment by furtherglory — February 11, 2017 @ 3:55 am

          • Thanks for the answer.

            You wrote:

            – Don’t worry, I am sure that every country in the world will soon have Holocaust denial laws. By that time, I will be dead and all my denial writing will be taken down. De-nial will be nothing but a river in Egypt. In everything that you will ever read, and in everything that you won’t read, you will only be exposed to the Jewish point of view.

            My questions have nothing to do with Holocaust denial laws. I just need to know, when I read your old writings if they written with a denier’s spirit or not, because your laconic ‘Deadpan’ style and your kind of journalistic way of saying things may confuse me sometimes, since English is not my first language, and I can’t tell easily when you’re sarcastic or not. That’s it, no laws involved.

            So, all of your blog posts are denial stuff, OK.

            What about your website?
            My understanding is that you have in there pages that you wrote when you were not a denier, and pages after your turn, denier’s stuff. Did you change your previous writings after you became a denier? I think the answer is no, correct? I want to bookmark some pages of yours for future studying, so in late 2007 were you a denier?

            Comment by Κλέων Ι. — February 11, 2017 @ 12:33 pm

            • You wrote: “Did you change your previous writings [on your website] after you became a denier?”

              No, I did not. Everything on my website is kosher, and can be used by little kids who are asked to write an essay about the Holocaust.

              My blog has always been a Holocaust denier blog.

              Comment by furtherglory — February 11, 2017 @ 12:48 pm

        • You wrote: “when was that?”
          I saw the Dachau camp for the first time in May 1998. I visited the camp several times after that.

          You wrote: “I see you started blogging in February 2010. Were you a denier at the time?”

          Yes, in 2010, I was a complete and total Holocaust denier.

          You wrote: “I want to know, when I read old blog posts of yours, if there were denial posts or not,”

          Every blog post of mine, that you will ever read, and every blog post that you don’t read, is Holocaust denial. We still have free speech in America, but I think that this will change and America will be the 21st country that has a Holocaust denial law.

          Comment by furtherglory — February 11, 2017 @ 4:09 am

        • You wrote: “I want to know, when I read old blog posts of yours, if there were denial posts or not,”

          Don’t worry, I am sure that every country in the world will soon have Holocaust denial laws. By that time, I will be dead and all my denial writing will be taken down. De-nial will be nothing but a river in Egypt. In everything that you will ever read, and in everything that you won’t read, you will only be exposed to the Jewish point of view.

          Comment by furtherglory — February 11, 2017 @ 4:18 am

  2. FG wrote;- ” That’s what happens to people who see too many fake gas chambers — they become deniers “.

    How true – I visited Dachau, Auschwitz and Treblinka as a 2nd Generation “Holocaust Believer”; but returned sadly disillusioned, and soon afterwards became a 1st Generation “holocaust denier”.

    And now everyone calls me a “Hater”.

    Comment by Talbot — February 10, 2017 @ 9:15 am

  3. My Dad was stationed at Dachau with the Army from 1957-1960. I still remember what the iron doors on the crematoriums looked like as back then all of the kids wandered all over post. We lived in the former SS quarters. I have been back twice since. It has been “sanitized” and looks nothing like it dud then.

    Comment by Jacqueline Pruitt — February 10, 2017 @ 8:48 am

    • You wrote: “I still remember what the iron doors on the crematoriums looked like”

      Are you referring to the iron doors on the chambers, where the clothing of the prisoners, was disinfected at Dachau?

      I have a section on my website about the disinfection chambers. The first U.S. soldiers who arrived at Dachau saw these chambers and assumed, when they saw the word “gas”, on the doors, that these chambers were where the Jews were gassed. These were actually small rooms where the clothing of the prisoners was disinfected.

      Later, it was believed that the Jews were gassed in the shower room at Dachau.

      I have a section on my website about the shower room that was believed to have been a gas chamber: http://www.scrapbookpages.com/DachauScrapbook/GasChamber/Index.html

      I was the wife of a US Army officer in 1957 and I lived in Germany for 20 months. My husband and a group of officers went to visit the Dachau camp, but I declined to go because I thought that it would be too horrible to see where the Jews were gassed.

      http://www.scrapbookpages.com/DachauScrapbook/GasChamber/disinfection01.html

      Comment by furtherglory — February 10, 2017 @ 9:12 am

    • You wrote: “My Dad was stationed at Dachau with the Army from 1957-1960.”

      I lived in Germany around the same time. My husband was an Army officer, but I elected to “live on the Germany economy” which means that I lived in a German house, with German people, not on the Army base. Because of this, I was able to meet lots of German people, and they were the nicest people in the world. You were denied that opportunity and you heard nothing but lies about the German people and the alleged gas chambers.

      Comment by furtherglory — February 10, 2017 @ 9:21 am

    • You wrote: “We lived in the former SS quarters.”

      I could have seen the SS quarters when I lived in Dachau years ago, but I declined to go. I have a whole section on my web site about Dachau, including a section on the SS quarters.
      http://www.scrapbookpages.com/DachauScrapbook/index.html

      Comment by furtherglory — February 10, 2017 @ 9:39 am


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