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February 20, 2017

Vice president Mike Pence visits Dachau memorial site

Filed under: Dachau, Germany, Holocaust, Trump, Uncategorized — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:15 am
My photo of the back side of the monument at Dachau

My photo of the back side of International monument at Dachau, taken in a light rain

My photo of the monument

My photo shows another view of the Dachau International monument

You can read a news article here about Vice President Mike Pence and his recent visit to the Dachau memorial site:

The point of the article, cited above, is contained in this quote which is at the very end of the article:

Begin quote

The visit [to Dachau] comes after an outcry over the Trump Administration’s statement issued last month for international Holocaust Remembrance Day, which did not specifically mention Jews.

End quote

There is a law in Germany that any official visitor must first go to Dachau and place a wreath in honor of the Jews who were killed by the Germans. After all these years, the German must still be demonized and they must forever hang their heads in shame. That’s what happens when you kill God’s Chosen People.

There are now over one million Jews back in Germany and they are keeping an eye on the Germans, to make sure that they bow down to the Jews.

The following quote is from the news article:

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The Pences visited the International Memorial at the center of [the Dachau] camp, where they laid a wreath.  They also visited a Jewish memorial and a Catholic memorial on the grounds, and attended a service at the Church of Reconciliation, located on the camp grounds.

They also toured the barracks, a crematorium, and a gas chamber.

Naor described to Pence the work he did at the camp, and a typical meal, which he said was a slice of bread. “If it was a miracle that we survived, I don’t know” what it was, Naor said.

End quote

Maybe it was a huge chunck of bread and a bowl of soup that this prisoner was given for each meal, and that’s how he survived.

I wrote about Dachau on this previous blog post:

The following quote is also from the news article:

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Dachau was established in 1933, and served as the model for all other Nazi camps. Over 200,000 people from across Europe were imprisoned in Dachau and over 41,000 killed. U.S. soldiers liberated Dachau in April 1945.

End quote

That is old news. The number of prisoners who died at Dachau has been lowered considerably. I wrote about the number of prisoners that were killed at Dachau on this blog post:

The point of all this is that, no matter how low the Germans bow down to the Jews, they can never be forgiven for Dachau, or any of the other camps where Jews were imprisoned.


  1. I went to Dachau in the early 80s (Spring ’83 iirc) and there wasn’t a damned thing said about Jews there. Why do you keep bringing up Jews and Dachau? Dachau had very little to do with Jews or the Holocaust.

    You said you went there for the first time in like the late ’90s or something, didn’t you? Did Dachau’s focus become centerted on a Jewish or Holocaust theme? I find that very hard to believe. The big memorial there is for Catholic priests and there’s only a small Jewish memorial there.

    Jews and the Holocaust are on your brain in this respect – not reality.

    Comment by blake121666 — February 21, 2017 @ 9:06 pm

  2. Furtherglory wrote: “The point of all this is that, no matter how low the Germans bow down to the Jews, they can never be forgiven for Dachau, or any of the other camps where Jews were imprisoned.”

    This is not about guilt and forgiveness. This is about reminding everybody who were the good guys of WW2. A thing not so obvious after the countless aerial mass murders of civilians perpetrated by the victors of 1945 throughout Europe during WW2. Emphasizing others’ evilness (fictional or real, it doesn’t matter) is an indirect way to proclaim your own goodness. Basic propaganda comprehensible to the dumbest listener or viewer, as any good propaganda should be. Atrocity propaganda is the most easily understood propaganda. Not many brain cells needed to be aroused and indignant. U.S. citizens loves superheroes and any superhero needs supervillains. No U.S. war without its supervillains. Supervillains are as consubstantial to any U.S. war as bombs and bullets. And the bigger a war is, the more evil and wicked the supervillain(s) must be…

    Comment by hermie — February 20, 2017 @ 8:31 pm


    It is alleged in orthodox historiography that; during WW II – hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of corpses were buried in numerous “huge mass graves” at the four very small, precisely known locations of – Belzec, Chelmno, Sobibor and Treblinka II. (Yad Vashem alleges that over two million people were murdered at these four sites.) However, despite all the deceptive claims / allegations / insinuations to the contrary, the simple truth is; the largest, in terms of both grave volume and quantity of remains, of the – four – so-called “huge mass graves” ever located / proven to exist at these four sites – in which actual, verified human remains have literally / truly been physically unearthed / tangibly located by archaeologists / forensic investigators – by means of bona fide, verifiably honest and conclusively documented archaeology / forensic science; contains the remains of – ONLY SIX PEOPLE!


    Comment by Jim Rizoli — February 20, 2017 @ 12:13 pm

  4. Apparently no mention of the murder of the German Soldiers.


    Comment by Jim Rizoli — February 20, 2017 @ 9:41 am

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