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July 26, 2017

500,000 shoes that were once worn by executed prisoners at Stutthof

Filed under: Uncategorized — furtherglory @ 12:15 pm

The following headline was used for a story about Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton visiting the former Nazi concentration camp called Stutthof:

Kate Middleton and Prince William visibly moved by Nazi camp horrors after seeing 500,000 executed prisoners’ discarded shoes having walked through ‘death gates’ to hell

Kate & Prince William view Stutthof shoes

The following quote is from the news story:

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They then walked the very path thousands of women, children and men took while being led to their deaths inside gas chambers.

William and Kate were pictured leaving the room with a pained expression on their faces.

They described their visit to the camp as “shattering”.

In the guest book, their message read: “We were intensely moved by our visit to Stutthof, which has been the scene of so much terrible pain, suffering and death.

“This shattering visit has reminded us of the horrendous murder of six million Jews, drawn from across the whole of Europe, who died in the abominable Holocaust.

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I know what you are going to ask: “Why did those stupid Nazis save the shoes of the Jews that they gassed?” Didn’t they know that some day this would constitute evidence that they had killed 500,000 prisoners?

Jews were sent to the Stutthof camp near Danzig, according to Martin Gilbert, who wrote the following in his book entitled “Holocaust”:

Begin quote from book:

On June 17 Veesenmayer telegraphed to Berlin that 340,142 Hungarian Jews had now been deported. A few were relatively fortunate to be selected for the barracks, or even moved out altogether to factories and camps in Germany. On June 19 some 500 Jews, and on June 22 a thousand, were sent to work in factories in the Munich area. […] Ten days later, the first Jews, 2500 women, were deported from Birkenau to Stutthof concentration camp. From Stutthof, they were sent to several hundred factories in the Baltic region. But most Jews sent to Birkenau continued to be gassed.

End quote

8 Comments »

  1. No,no,no. Wrong,wrong,wrong. That’s not it at all. There’s a logical explanation. Here it is. It’s the warehouse for Goodwill and The Salvation Army. It was a time of war. The haves,were helping the have nots. They were overburdened with donations,so they needed warehouse space. That I feel,is a plausible explanation. Either that or I was gonna say,those shoes belonged to all the folks Bigfoot (I’m not talking about the monster truck) has eaten. No more bizarre than the explanation they’re giving. Hey isn’t Kate knocked up again? If so,that would explain the look on her face. As for ol Willie boy,he knows he ain’t getting no honey with his biscuit for awhile. Too many rugrats about the palace . That’s why he has that look

    Comment by Tim — July 26, 2017 @ 6:19 pm

    • Tim wrote: “There’s a logical explanation. Here it is. It’s the warehouse for Goodwill and The Salvation Army. It was a time of war. The haves,were helping the have nots. They were overburdened with donations,so they needed warehouse space. That I feel,is a plausible explanation.”

      Another logic explanation is that no sane peoples have ever let their avowed worst enemies keep suitcases full of clothes for themselves at a time when their own citizens have lost everything they had under enemy bombs and vitally need the most basic things. The concentration camp inmates had uniforms, including shoes (clogs), provided for the duration of their stay there. And if the claimed number of shoes displayed at Stutthof today was indeed found there, that means there was very probably a shop repair shop in that camp such as that in Majdanek. Given that far less than 500,000 prisoners ever entered the Stutthof concentration camp, there is no plausible explanation other than that of a false number of shoes or of the existence of a shoe repair shop there.

      [Not talking to you, Tim.] One last thing: Various epidemics wiped out millions of people in Central and Eastern Europe during WW1 and the following years. The posture that claims that nobody died of inevitable diseases in that area during WW2 is certainly a very dishonest one !! Dying is not necessarily being murdered. A large number of deaths in similar circumstances is not the proof of an extermination policy. That’s only the sign that a big war took place at a time and place where large deadly epidemics were the inescapable lot of big wars. The bullets are often not the biggest killers during such episodes. The germs were the biggest killers in most wars until very recently. War is not a video game. It disrupts everything. Not so hard to understand…

      “Within armies, typhus has won and lost more wars than all the strategy and weapons ever developed.” – US propaganda movie, 1944.

      Comment by hermie — July 27, 2017 @ 8:02 am

      • I was gonna bring that up. I didn’t do it,because I would have to bring Dresden into the mix. The civilians that did survive the bombings,were going to be in need of the basics like clothes.

        I’m not sure who the second part of your comment was for,but you hit the nail on the head. “War is not a video game”. Right on ! Otto Von Bismarck put it best. ” Anyone who’s ever looked into the glazed eyes,of a soldier dying on the field of battle,will think long and hard before starting a war.”

        Why do people have a hard time accepting that,an epidemic could’ve wasted the Jews at the prison camps. Not gassing. You made a good point. People being wasted by an epidemic. Not only the civilians during WW 1,but look at the shit that was going on in the trenches. Soldiers were being wiped out by disease there also. If the Nazis are guilty of anything,it’s this one. They were not prepared to receive that many prisoners at the prisons. If you’re not prepared,it’s a good chance disease is gonna run through the prison. Clearly the supporters of the Jews ,never wish to entertain a logical explanation.

        Comment by Tim — July 27, 2017 @ 11:41 am

        • Tim wrote: “I was gonna bring that up. I didn’t do it, because I would have to bring Dresden into the mix. ”

          Not only Dresden. Many German cities, as well as many cities in German-occupied Europe…

          Tim wrote: “The civilians that did survive the bombings, were going to be in need of the basics like clothes. ”

          Should be obvious to everybody.

          And not only the civilians that did survive the bombings. There was a titanic war in progress. Europe lacked everything at that time. Vichy France had to impose the collection of hair on all hairdressers in the cities with more than 10,000 inhabitants in order to be able to cope with the shortage of materials for the French textile factories. (Remember this next time you’re shown a pile of hair to prove the ‘Holocaust.’) 😉

          Tim wrote: “Why do people have a hard time accepting that, an epidemic could’ve wasted the Jews at the prison camps. Not gassing.”

          Because no epidemic can confer on any people the right to grab and ethnically cleanse the land of another people with the sympathetic approval of the sensitive sissies populating our countries. Something far from certain before the Zionist clique successfully sold its mass slaughter myth to the Soviet-Anglo-US belligerents during WW2. Keep in mind that the British government had promulgated the end of the Zionist dream in May 1939 with its MacDonald White Paper on Palestine and its stated goal of establishing an Arab-dominated Judeo-Muslim state of Palestine by March 1949 at the latest.


          David Ben-Gurion

          A Historical Survey of Proposals to Transfer Arabs from Palestine (1895-1947), by Chaim Simons: http://vho.org/aaargh/fran/livres4/simons.pdf

          And also because no epidemic can give any people carte blanche and complete immunity for the finalization of the Globalist agenda…

          …while gassings visibly can.

          Comment by hermie — July 27, 2017 @ 3:40 pm

          • For a fuller understanding of the big picture, also read:

            “The Non-Jewish Stake in the Holocaust Mythology: Why the Continued Success of a Failed Ideology?,” By Paul Grubach: http://www.inconvenienthistory.com/2/1/1919

            Comment by hermie — July 27, 2017 @ 3:53 pm

  2. How do they distinguish between the shoes of the living and the shoes of the dead?!? Not rocket science to understand that 500,000 pairs of shoes can not prove the death of 65,000-85,000 people and even less the execution of “more than one thousand” people in a gas chamber*. Both Stutthof and Majdanek show that the exterminationist equation that says “1 pair of shoes = physical evidence of the murder of 1 person by the Nazis” is a gross deception. What is true for Stuffhof and Majdanek is of course also true for Auschwitz-Birkenau. And what is true about shoes is also true about clothes and hair. Don’t fall for their dirty tricks next time you visit Auschwitz and its deceptive exhibition. Be smarter than that…

    – Stutthof: An Important but Little-Known Wartime Camp, By Mark Weber (http://codoh.com/library/document/2701/?lang=en) (*)

    – A Small Fraud that Betrays a Bigger Hoax: A Review, By Francis Dixon (http://codoh.com/library/document/1646/)

    – Concentration Camp Stutthof and Its Function in National Socialist Jewish Policy, By Jürgen Graf, Carlo Mattogno (http://codoh.com/library/document/1181/?lang=en)

    Comment by hermie — July 26, 2017 @ 3:19 pm

  3. You know what they say a picture is worth a thousand shoes while in his case it isn’t. All those shoes there if it’s like what they did in the Auschwitz camp are just positioned on a slanted plywood board that makes it look like the shoes are two or three feet deep when they really aren’t that deep at all. They might be maybe a foot of shoes just enough to cover the base plywood there so how many shoes are there I don’t know I don’t care. This is just another way they try to make it look like people died which doesn’t really cut it for me because these camps were holding camps for a lot of leftover left behind accessories for people….. shoes, glasses all sorts of things they couldn’t take with them when they went from camp to camp so they left them at the camp they were last in. So obviously they had a huge repository of Items just like all the items that are left on airplanes if you ever saw all the items that people leave on airplanes you would think that this airplane was a concentration camp for people too, so don’t believe what you’re seeing it’s just another propaganda Horror Disneyland story to make you believe that the Germans did some evil things when really they didn’t. Just business as normal of course when you’re dealing with the Jews nothing’s normal.

    JR

    Comment by Jim Rizoli — July 26, 2017 @ 1:50 pm

    • Jim Rizoli wrote: “You know what they say a picture is worth a thousand shoes while in his case it isn’t. All those shoes there if it’s like what they did in the Auschwitz camp are just positioned on a slanted plywood board that makes it look like the shoes are two or three feet deep when they really aren’t that deep at all. They might be maybe a foot of shoes just enough to cover the base plywood there ”

      I’ve already heard of this. But I don’t remember from whom. Do you have a reference for it, Tim? I can remember I’ve heard of a guy who said that he was at the Auschwitz museum when the shoe showcase was being cleaned and who said that he saw the slanted plywood board under the shoes on that occasion. Does a photo of that slanted board exist somewhere? Would be great.

      Comment by hermie — July 27, 2017 @ 4:06 pm


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