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July 14, 2014

How to teach the Holocaust to students in Pennsylvania

I am commenting on an article, which you can read in full here.  This article, written by Ms. Abby W. Schacter is entitled “Simplest, most important lesson of the Holocaust is missing.”

According to Ms. Schacter, the “missing lesson” of the Holocaust is the Sixth Commandment:  Thou shalt not kill.

Excuse me, but I think that Ms. Schater’s theory is completely and totally wrong, and I will tell you why after you have read the following quote from the article.

This quote is from the article, cited above:

The trouble stems in part from a lack of focus on the purpose of such a curriculum. [Rhonda] Fink-Whitman says it’s needed because children are confronted on college campuses by Holocaust deniers. “If we give them that knowledge, then when they get to college and they hear these liars come onto their campuses and tell them these untruths then they have something to counter with.”

Mike Crossey, president of the Pennsylvania State Educators Association, said Holocaust teaching focuses on “a human rights issue,” as is the teaching of “atrocities around the world.” Crossey adds that “by learning and understanding history, our children, hopefully, will be able to make wise decisions for the future” rather than repeat disastrous “mistakes,” let alone “atrocities” of the kind shockingly condoned and carried out during World War II. The new bill means “educating our students about our world’s historic atrocities [to create] an understanding of the need for tolerance and an understanding of the consequences of bigotry and hate,” said Matt Handel, chairman of the Pennsylvania Jewish Coalition. “We must never forget the horrors of what has happened so that we do not allow these tragic chapters of history to be repeated.”

Studying the Holocaust in Pennsylvania public schools is allegedly going to counter Holocaust denial on college campuses, lead to greater tolerance, prevent genocide, promote human rights and lead citizens to reject all bigotry, hatred and prejudice. A tall order indeed, and this isn’t even the full list of concepts included in the proposed curriculum.  […]

…My own answer is simple: We turn to a more authoritative law, to the fundamental moral code of our civilization and of the three great religions whose basic text is the Jewish Bible. We turn to the Sixth Commandment, which prescribes: “Thou shalt not murder.” This, in my view, is the primary lesson of the Holocaust.

It is because of the Sixth Commandment that we must oppose mass murder anywhere, anytime, against anyone. Yet, this central lesson is nowhere to be found in Pennsylvania’s new law.

In my humble opinion, the Holocaust had nothing to do with the Sixth Commandant, unless you are saying that the Jews were driven out of Germany because the Jews were breaking the Sixth Commandant.

German newspaper lists the ritual murders allegedly committed by the Jews

German newspaper lists the ritual murders allegedly committed by the Jews

The following quote is from my own website,

Begin quote:

According to information in a display in the bunker at the Dachau Memorial Site, Dr. Albert Rosenfelder was among the first people to be arrested by the Nazis in March 1933; he was sent to Dachau on April 13, 1933.

Dr. Rosenfelder was well known because of his involvement in a criminal court case in which the defendant, a non-Jew named Huszmann, was accused of a murder in which the motive was said to be “unnatural lust.” The murder victim was 20-year-old Helmuth Daube whose body was found in front of his home in Gladbeck, Germany in March 1928. His throat had been cut and his genitals were missing; there were wounds on both hands, and a stab wound in the abdomen, although no blood was found near the body. Huszmann was acquitted and subsequently Julius Streicher, the notorious editor of an anti-Semitic newspaper called “Der Sturmer,” stated in his newspaper that Daube’s death had been a “ritual murder” committed by Jews.

The Dachau bunker exhibit says that Dr. Rosenfelder was responsible for Streicher being sent to prison in 1929. Streicher had been convicted of “libeling the Jewish religion under Paragraph 166 of the Weimar Penal Code” and his newspaper was banned for a time. [Streicher was sent to prison because he had published a list of ritual murders committed by the Jews.

No one knows if Dr. Rosenfelder’s disappearance was the result of a revenge murder or if he escaped, or was secretly released and allowed to leave Germany.

End quote

If I have not yet made it clear enough, here is what I am trying to tell you:  The stories of Jews committing “ritual murder” of Christians was one of the main things that caused the Germans to want to get rid of the Jews.  Ritual murder was also the cause of the Holocaust of 1298, which I wrote about at

In the most recent Holocaust,  Jews were transported out of Germany, or killed in gas chambers, whichever story you want to believe, depending on your religion.

Note that the article, which I quoted above mentions that “children are confronted on college campuses by Holocaust deniers.”  This is a reference to Bradley Smith, who is causing trouble on college campuses by asking for the name of one person who was killed in a gas chamber.

Shame on Bradley Smith for asking colleges to provide the name of one person who was gassed!  This is a trick question because the Nazis did not record the names of the Jew who were gassed.  This simple fact should be included in the education of children in American schools.

American schools should start their education of the children by PROVING that there was a gas chamber at Dachau.

Holocaust educators should start by proving that this shower room was a gas chamber

Holocaust educators should start by proving that this shower room was a gas chamber



July 12, 2014

German Jew played “La Paloma” for Nazi guards as they murdered thousands of innocent Jews, Roma, gays and others at Auschwitz

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:20 am

You can read here about Holocaust survivor Coco Schumann, who is still alive and well, playing music in Berlin.

Coco Schumann

Coco Schumann

This quote is from the article, cited above:

Schumann was saved from the gas chambers of Auschwitz because a guard who was charged with sorting out new arrivals recognized him from Berlin’s jazz scene and placed him in a Roma [Gypsy] musical group.

Previously, at Theresienstadt, Schumann had begun playing guitar in a band known informally as “The Ghetto Swingers.” He played “La Paloma” for the German guards at Auschwitz, as they murdered thousands of innocent Jews, Roma, gays and others.

It is well known that the German people love music, and it has often been said that the Germans literally put down their violins in order to murder the Jews.  Now the truth comes out: the Germans put down their violins to kill the Jews, but they forced other Jews to play music for them while the killing was going on.

This quote is from the news article about Schumann:

… In 1943, German authorities began deporting Germans of Jewish-Christian parentage – and someone had apparently informed the authorities that Coco Schumann’s mother was Jewish. Schumann received a letter from the police authorities that he was to report to the Alexanderplatz police station. The letter didn’t state his crime. He was promptly arrested upon arrival and sent to the Gestapo. They then deported him to the concentration camps.

“Theresienstadt. Auschwitz, Dachau. No one believed that I was actually in these places,” Schumann said. “For a long time, I felt that no one would understand what I saw. I didn’t understand it myself.”

So Schumann was sent to THREE different camps, all of which allegedly had gas chambers. Yet, he wasn’t killed.  And all because he could play “swing music” which the Nazis hated because it was un-German. He’s still alive, at the age of 90, and still playing his music.


July 11, 2014

Paintings by Holocaust survivor Irving Kamrat will be animated by his granddaughter

Painting by Irving Kamrat

Painting by Irving Kamrat (Click on photo to enlarge)

The photo above was copied from a news article which you can read in full here.

This quote is from the article:

There’s a painting of a boy in a brown suit peering at a swastika painted on a wall. And then there are paintings of houses, people taking walks, forests and trees, lots of trees. In other words, the paintings of Irving Kamrat, 98, depict scenes of his youth. The Polish native grew up in a shtetl, and was deported to the Buchenwald concentration camp after the Nazis invaded Poland.

Irving Kamrat was deported to Buchenwald after the Nazis invaded Poland, which would have been in 1939.  Why Buchenwald?  Buchenwald was a camp for “political prisoners,” including “resistance fighters” which means that Irving Kamrat was arrested as an illegal combatant at the start of World War II.  Kamrat’s life was saved because he was a “resistance fighter.”  If he had not been fighting as an illegal combatant, at the start of World War II, he would have eventually been sent to Auschwitz, and probably gassed to death.

According to the article, Nasya Kamrat, his 34-year-old granddaughter, “who runs an animated film company in Brooklyn, has started a project: bringing survivors’ stories to life using animation based on her grandfather’s art, and featuring interviews as background narration. Together with her team, she is currently fundraising to produce “Unspeakable: An Animated Holocaust Documentary”, a short film that is scheduled to come out in November.”

Blue Hitler: Filmmaker Nasya Kamrat describes the style of her grandfather’s paintings as “European folk art.”

Irving Kamrat
Blue Hitler: Filmmaker Nasya Kamrat describes the style of her grandfather’s paintings as “European folk art.”

According to the article, Nasya’s film will center around the stories of her grandfather, and a “woman, Yvonne Engelman, who was deported from Czechoslovakia to Auschwitz at the age of 16 in 1944, and taken to the gas chambers. Just as they were entering the fake showers, they were thrown out again by the Nazi camp guards.”

Why was Yvonne thrown out of the gas chamber by a Nazi camp guard?  Because she was 16 years old, for God’s sakes.  Dr. Mengele wasn’t doing his job again, and he waved a 16 year-old to the line for the gas chamber, when everyone knows that Jews under over the age of 15 were not to be gassed.

I have saved the article’s best quote for last:

In the beginning, Nasya Kamrat recounts, her goal was to memorialize her grandfather’s story. Irving Kamrat’s life was saved by a German guard: Towards the end of the war, the Nazis were killing people by playing a “game” in which Jews had to count off, and were killed if they got the “wrong” number. One day, Irving was picked and taken to a room where he was supposed to be killed by hanging. The German guard, who[m] he had gotten to know well, hid him in a bin filled with laundry from previously killed inmates, and snuck (sic) him out of the room. The camp was liberated shortly thereafter.

What the article doesn’t tell you is that her grandfather was saved from the most ignominious death of all at Buchenwald:  hanging from a hook in the mortuary.  I wrote about this on my website at
Maybe Irving Kamrat could do one more painting which shows how the prisoners at Buchenwald were killed by hanging from hooks at Buchenwald, as shown in the exhibit below. This exhibit was put up after Buchenwald was liberated, so that American soldiers could see how the Jews were executed by being hung from hooks on the wall.  Buchenwald had no gas chamber, so something horrible had to be devised for future generations to write about.
A recreation of the hanging of prisoners on hooks at Buchenwald

A recreation of the hanging of prisoners on hooks at Buchenwald

Israeli teens taking selfies at Auschwitz…

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 9:26 am
My 1998 photo of the entrance into the Auschwitz I camp

My 1998 photo of the entrance into the Auschwitz I camp

When I visited Auschwitz for the first time in 1998, I had an old-fashioned camera, which used film. Photoshop did not yet exist, so what you see is what you get.

I also had, with me, one of the first digital cameras ever made.  I took photos with my 35 mm film camera, and then pulled out my digital camera, which amazed my tour guide, who had never heard of such a thing.  I explained to her that, in case my photos on film didn’t “turn out,” I needed back-up photos on my new digital camera, which recorded photos on small computer disks.  I had a disk reader for my Macintosh computer which I could then use to transfer the photos to my computer.

Imagine if I had taken a “selfie” with my digital camera at that time.  My guide would never have recovered, even to this day.

Now, I have learned the shocking news that some Israeli teens are taking “selfies” at Auschwitz-Birkenau where their great-grandparents were murdered in gas chambers.  You can read all about it here.

This shocking quote is from the article, cited in the link above:

Two months ago, the Israeli Ministry of Education approved a new Holocaust education program that will introduce the sensitive subject as early as kindergarten. The plan has received a lot of criticism from parents, who see it as traumatizing for the children and part of a “brainwashing” by the current government. In one of the posts on the page, a picture of Israel’s education minister reading a book to the children is seen, and the caption reads: “Along came big, bad Hitler…”

About a year ago, I wrote a blog post, in which I mentioned that my grandson was told about the Holocaust in kindergarten in America:

If American students can learn about the Holocaust in kindergarten, why can’t Israeli students?

There is nothing wrong with taking “selfies.”  My grandchildren take photos of their food before eating it.  They have never been to Auschwitz, but if they did go, they would probably take a “selfie” with the Arbeit macht Frei sign in the background.


July 10, 2014

Samuel Willenberg, 91, the last living survivor of the Treblinka extermination camp

Samuel Willenberg poses with Andrew Denton on a trip to Treblinka

Samuel Willenberg poses with Andrew Denton on a trip to Treblinka

Samuel Willenberg, the man on the left in the photo above, is the last surviving Sonderkommando Jew who worked in the Treblinka death camp.  Sitting next to him is Andrew Denton, who made a trip recently to the Treblinka Memoiral Site, to see where some of his relatives were murdered. You can read about his trip to the Memorial Site here.

Sculpture at Treblinka resembles the railroad tracks into the camp

My 1998 photo of the sculpture at Treblinka, which resembles the railroad tracks into the camp

Treblinka was one of the three Operation Reinhard [Reinhardt] camps, where Jews were transported to be killed during the Holocaust; the other two camps were Sobibor and Belzec.

According to the news article, cited above, “Of the estimated six million Jews killed in Europe during World War II, more than 800,000 perished at Treblinka – in just 16 months. It is one of the most murderous places on earth.”

Historian Jerzy Halbersztadt explained to Denton “that there is little record of those who perished here at Treblinka because the killing was on such an industrial scale it was impossible to keep track of them.”

According to the news article, Denton asked Jerzy how he could be sure that his relatives (the Ditkofskys) were among the victims.

Jerzy Halbersztadt then described “a meticulous collection of German transport records showing train movements, dates and times, the number of people transported, all cross-checked against eyewitness accounts and court records. He then shows [Denton] a table with the numbers and dates of the people deported to Treblinka from the Bialystok region, where Suchowola [the city were Denton’s relatives lived] is located. The dates and numbers square with the accounts from those Poles left behind,” according to the article.

Wait a minute! Bialystok?  I previously wrote about Bialystok on this blog post:

The Nazis claimed that they were transporting the Jews to the East, but the Jews from Bialystok were transported WEST to Treblinaka; I blogged about this at

Original sigh that hung at the fake train station at Treblinka  Photo Credit: Yad Vashem

Original sigh that hung at the fake train station Photo Credit: Yad Vashem

Sculpture represents the train platform at Treblinka

My 1998 photo of the sculpture which represents the train platform at Treblinka

This quote is from the same article, which you can read in full here:

Once off the train, [Willenberg] continues, [the Jews] would have been first whipped and beaten, then driven through a gate into sheds and made to undress. The women’s heads would be shaved. They would then be commanded to run, naked, into the gas chambers, to be asphyxiated by carbon monoxide from a diesel engine.

In August 1943, the Sonderkommando of Treblinka staged a revolt, unheard of in the German camps, and 300 prisoners escaped. Three hundred out of the more than 800,000 sent to Treblinka. And of that 300, [Denton] was told, only one remained alive: 91-year-old Samuel Willenberg. “He lives in Israel,” said Jerzy, “and he will be here to talk to you this afternoon.”

Map of the Treblinka Camp

Map of the Treblinka Camp

The map above shows the layout of the Treblinka camp as seen by visitors today who enter the area of the former camp along the route of the train tracks, shown at the bottom of the map. The gas chambers are shown in red; the large red rectangle is where 10 new gas chambers were constructed near the one original gas chamber. The pyres where the bodies were burned are indicated by the lines just above the red rectangle that denotes the gas chamber. Today, a large monument is located in the spot where the original gas chamber once stood.

The sculpture, which represents the tracks, leads visitors to the spot where the Jews go off the train.  The fake train station where the clothing was stored is shown in blue near the bottom of the map;  the undressing rooms for the Jews are also shown in blue.

Shown in gray, on the left side, near the bottom of the map, is where the SS staff members and the Ukrainian guards lived.

Around 1,000 Jewish Sonderkommando Jews lived in the barracks that are shown in black.

On the right side of the map, the burial sites, for the Jews who died on the train, are shown in brown.   The area where the barracks once stood is now covered with trees; the area at the top of the map on the right is where the symbolic cemetery is now located.

Stone Monument stands in the spot where the first gas chamber at Treblinka was located

My 1998 photo of the stone Monument which stands in the spot where the gas chambers at Treblinka were located

The photograph above shows the 26-foot granite memorial stone, which was designed to resemble a tombstone. It is located approximately on the spot where the gas chambers once stood, according to my tour guide in 1998. This view was taken from the front side of the memorial stone, and you can see some of the stones of the symbolic cemetery behind it. The large crack down the middle of the stone is part of the design.

I know that some of my readers will say that carbon monoxide from diesel engines will not kill people.  But before you bring that up, just remember Pat Buchanan, whose career was ruined when he disputed the claim that 800,000 Jews were killed, using carbon monoxide:

Read more about Aktion Reinhardt at

July 9, 2014

“Any and every guard at these (Nazi) death camps could be tried” says Jewish attorney

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 2:00 pm

In today’s Jewish Exponent you can read about the upcoming trial of John Breyer, who was a guard at Auschwitz in 1944.

This quote is from the article:

Breyer has admitted that he served as a guard at Auschwitz but said he had nothing to do with the 1.5 million Jews who were slaughtered at the camp. His attorney said he worked in the prison section of Ausch-witz, not in the extermination area.

That’s not a viable excuse, said Eli Gabay, a Philadelphia attorney who worked on the case against John Demjanjuk, who was accused of being “Ivan the Terrible,” a Nazi guard responsible for killing thousands of Jews at Treblinka.

“You cannot be in Auschwitz, Treblinka or Sobibor without understanding the horrific nature of what these camps were doing,” Gabay said. “Any and every guard at these death camps could be tried. Just because that person made it to have a lovely home in Northeast Philadelphia should not allow for him to get away.”

Let’s back up a bit.  Did Breyer really say that “he had nothing to do with the 1.5 million Jews  who were slaughtered at the camp”? Or did the person who wrote this article supply the 1.5 million number?

International Monument at Auschwitz-Birkenau

My 2005 photo of the International Monument at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Stone at International Monument at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Stone at International Monument at Auschwitz-Birkenau

The 1.5 million number on the stone, shown in the photo above, was made up by Lech Walesa when the numbers on the stones at the International Monument at Auschwitz were changed in 1990.  The original number of deaths, claimed at Auschwitz, was 4 million, which was the number given by the Soviets at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal.
From 1986 to April 3, 1990, the words on the English plaque read:


Four million was the number of Auschwitz-Birkenau victims that the Soviet Union had included in their charges against the Nazi war criminals at the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal, which began in November 1945.

After the fall of Communism in 1989, the Soviet Union released the 46 death register books (Sterbebücher) which they had captured when they liberated the Auschwitz and Birkenau camps on Jan. 27, 1945. The books, which were turned over to the International Red Cross, contained the names of 69,000 prisoners who had died in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camps from July 27, 1941 to December 31, 1943.

The Auschwitz I camp had opened on May 20, 1940 and both camps were evacuated on Jan. 18, 1945, so some of the death registers were missing. The Red Cross extrapolated these figures and estimated that there was a total of 135,000 registered deaths at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The Jews, who were gassed, were not registered in the camp and their deaths were not recorded, so no one really knows the number of deaths at Auschwitz.

The original charge against Breyer was that he was responsible for the deaths of Jews who arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau in 158 trains in 1944 when he was a guard at the Auschwitz main camp.  According to other news sources, new evidence shows that Breyer also served as a guard at the Birkenau death camp.

This quote is also from the article in the Jewish Exponent:

For 85-year-old Bala Cynwyd resident Michael Herskovitz, who survived the camp where Breyer was stationed, the trial absolutely matters.

When Herskovitz was 13, he and his parents and three siblings were shipped from Czechoslovakia to Auschwitz. Upon their arrival, the guards immediately broke the family into three lines.

“My mother did not want to let go of the child,” Herskovitz said, referring to his younger brother. “So they went with the handicapped and the old folks straight to the gas chamber.”

Herskovitz later was separated from his father, who also was killed. He and his sisters survived. After the war, he went to Czechoslovakia, then to Israel and eventually arrived in Philadelphia, where he opened an auto repair shop.

As for Breyer, Herskovitz said, “If he did the crime, he should be prosecuted. Not so much for him, but his family should know that their father, their grandfather, was prosecuted for this.”

So Herskovitz survived the gas chamber, even though he was 13 years old when he arrived.  As everyone knows, children under the age of 15 were immediately gassed at Auschwitz.

In spite of the fact that Herskovitz was saved from certain death in the gas chamber, he wants Breyer to be dragged into court so that his children and grandchildren will know that he “was prosecuted” for the crime of not stopping the gassing of the Jews at Auschwitz.

If Breyer had tried to stop the gassing of the Jews at Auschwitz, he would have been shot dead.  Still, it was his duty to save the Jews from the gas chamber, even if it meant his own death.

The Germans, who were in charge of the Auschwitz camps, made sure that everyone knew about the gas chambers. So every SS man, who was anywhere near Auschwitz, is guilty of not stopping the gassing of the Jews.


July 7, 2014

New evidence shows Johann Breyer was a guard at Auschwitz-Birkenau

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 7:17 am

According to a news article, which you can read in full here, new evidence shows that former German SS soldier Johann Breyer worked as a guard at the Auschwitz-Birkenau “extermination camp,” which makes him “a Holocaust collaborator.” You can read the history of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp on my website here.

In previous news stories about him, it was said that Breyer worked as a perimeter guard at the main Auschwitz camp, which was mainly a camp for political prisoners, not a death camp.

Fence around the main Auschwitz camp with camp kitchen in background

Fence around the main Auschwitz camp with camp kitchen in background

The photo above, which accompanies the news article, shows the double fence around the main Auschwitz camp, with the camp kitchen in the background.  The chimneys were for the kitchen stoves, not for cremation ovens.  In 1944, when Breyer worked at Auschwitz, the gas chamber in the main camp had been converted into a bomb shelter for the SS men.

My photo below shows the same double fence at the entrance to the camp, with the kitchen in the background.  In my photo, I was trying to show the whole scene. The object in front of the tree is a one-man air raid shelter that an SS man could jump into in case of a bomb attack.

My 2005 photo of the camp kitchen does not emphasize the fence

My 2005 photo shows the double fence next to the kitchen

The huge kitchen building, shown in my photo above, is located on the right just after you enter the famous Arbeit Macht Frei gate.

When the camp was in operation, the kitchen was painted white. In 2005, it was painted black, but since my visit to Auschwitz in 2005, it has been painted white again, as shown in the photo below.

Auschwitz kitchen was originally painted white

Camp kitchen is near the gate into the Auschwitz main camp

The photo above was taken just inside the Arbeit Macht Frei gate into the main camp. In the photo, you can see a double fence, with a path between two lines of barbed wire; the guards patrolled  between the two fences.

The photo below shows the exit from the main camp.  The camp kitchen, painted black, is shown on the left.

Exit from the main camp shows the camp kitchen on the left

Exit from the main camp shows the camp kitchen on the left

You can see part of a large black and white photo of the camp orchestra at the end of the kitchen building on the left. This is the spot where the orchestra played, as the prisoners marched in and out of the camp to locations outside the camp, where they worked. The Auschwitz main camp was a labor camp, so it didn’t make sense to kill the prisoners. Johann Breyer’s job was to prevent the prisoners from escaping.

In the center of the photo above is the gate house with Tower G on top; the brick building on the right is Block 24, the camp brothel, which was used by both the prisoners and the SS men.

If this latest news is in fact true, Johann Breyer will be put on trial in Germany and convicted on a charge of being an accessory to the crime of killing Jews in the Holocaust.  There is no defense to this charge. Breyer will sleep through the whole trial, lying on a stretcher, while the prosecutor lists the crimes for which Breyer is responsible.  After he is convicted, Breyer will be imprisoned in a nursing home in Germany until he dies of old age.

Meanwhile, back in Israel, the Jews have burned a Palestinian boy alive, to fulfill their law of REVENGE, REVENGE, REVENGE.

July 5, 2014

German pastor Jobst Bittner thinks today’s Germans have “original sin” and “collective guilt” for the Holocaust

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , , — furtherglory @ 7:00 am

Tubigen, Germany

The photo above shows Tübingen, a famous city in Germany, where Jobst Bitter taught at the University.  Thankfully, these old buildings were not destroyed by Allied bombing in World War II. This photo is shown, along with an article, which you can read in full here.

The article, which is entitled “The Contours of Contrition” is about present-day Germans, who are born with guilt for the Holocaust; all Germans have original sin on their souls because of the Holocaust, according to the article.

1. According to the teachings of the Catholic Church, every human being is born with “original sin,” and must be baptized to get rid of his or her guilt.

2. According to the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal, every German citizen, alive in 1945, had “collective guilt” for war crimes committed by the Germans during World War II.

Put these two ideas together, and it means that, according to Jobst Bittner, every German person is now born with the “original sin” of “collective guilt” and there is no baptism that will remove this guilt.  The Germans must forever pay for their sins by bowing down to the Jews.

The Germans have been paying reparations to the Jews ever since the Holocaust, and they will continue paying, as long as there is a country of Germany.   Germany is filled with monuments to the Jews, and more will be built.  The Jews will never get enough revenge.

I can’t think of a better way for the Jews to cause more harm to themselves.

Read the latest news about Jewish revenge at

Read more about Jobst Bittner in this book:

I previously blogged about another Holocaust committed by the Germans in the year 1290:

July 2, 2014

Huffington Post shows photos of Buchenwald atrocities

Filed under: Buchenwald, Dachau, Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 12:27 pm
Photo shown on Huffington Post shows bodies at Nammering

Photo on Huffington Post shows bodies at Nammering

The photo above is the 12th photo in a series of 15 photos shown by the Huffington Post; the 15 photos purportedly show atrocities committed by the Germans at Buchenwald.

This is the Huffington Post’s caption on the photo above:

A German girl expresses horror at the sight of the decomposing bodies of the slain victims, German civilians of Namering were ordered by Military Government officers of the 3rd U.S. Army to view the exhumed bodies of 800 slave laborers, murdered by SS troops during a forced march from Buchenwald and Flossenburg Concentration Camps. (Photo by Photo12/UIG/Getty Images)

Actually, the photo above has more to do with Dachau than it does with Buchenwald. The dead Jews in the photo above were prisoners at Buchenwald, who were marched out of the camp, because the Germans were afraid that when they were liberated by the Americans, they would be allowed to roam the countryside, attacking German civilians.  After being marched for 5 miles out of the Buchenwald camp, the prisoners were put on trains headed to Dachau; the trains were then strafed by American planes, resulting in the famous “death train” which you can read about on my website at

In fact, the liberated prisoners at Buchenwald DID go to Weimar and attack civilians. Elie Wiesel wrote in the original version of his book Night that Jewish prisoners at Buchenwald went to Weimar, the day after they were liberated. Elie wrote that the Jews stole potatoes and raped German girls.  That part has been cut out from the version of Night, that every school child in America is forced to read.

I previously wrote about Nammering on my website at

I also blogged about Nammering in this previous blog post:
This quote is from my previous blog post about Nammering:

According to a book entitled Dachau, A Guide to its Contemporary History by Hans-Günther Richardi, the ill-fated train had left Buchenwald on April 7, 1945 carrying 4,500 French, Italian, Austrian, Polish, Russian and Jewish prisoners from the Ohrdruf sub-camp of Buchenwald. Five hours after the train departed from Weimar, Hans Erich Merbach, the transport leader, was informed that the Flossenbürg concentration camp, their destination, had already been liberated by the Americans. The prisoners at Flossenbürg had been evacuated and were being death marched to Dachau. The train had to be rerouted to Dachau but it took almost three weeks to get there because of numerous delays caused by American planes bombing the railroad tracks.

Due to the bombing of the railroad tracks, the train from Buchenwald had to take several very long detours through Leipzig, Dresden and finally through the town of Pilsen in Czechoslovakia. In the village of Nammering, the train was delayed for four days while the track was repaired, and the mayor of the town brought bread and potatoes for the prisoners, according to Harold Marcuse in his book entitled Legacies of Dachau. Marcuse did not mention that the food was stolen from the prisoners by SS men.

Continuing on via Pocking, the train was attacked by American planes because they thought it was a military transport, according to Richardi. Many of the prisoners were riding in open gondola cars with no protection from the hail of bullets.

According to the USHMM website, “an American officer in the Nammering area forced SS men collected from a nearby POW camp to exhume the corpses and lay them out on either side of the ravine above the mass grave. The inhabitants of Nammering were then ordered to walk through the gravesite, and the bodies were buried in the surrounding towns of Eging am See, Aicha vom Wald, Nammering, and Fuerstenstein.”

German civilians were forced to dig individual graves for dead Buchenwald prisoners

German civilians were forced to dig individual graves for dead Buchenwald prisoners

Note that young German girls are being forced to dig separate graves for the Jewish prisoners from Buchenwald.  The photo shown by the Huffington Post only shows a woman being forced to look at the dead bodies, which are still clothed.

July 1, 2014

Dutch citizens don’t want a memorial designed by Daniel Liebeskind

Filed under: Germany, Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 8:51 am

When I checked my blog stats this morning, as I do the first thing every morning, I was surprised to see that more people in the Netherlands, than in America, had visited my blog yesterday.

I knew that something, related to the Holocaust, must be going on in the Netherlands, so I began frantically searching.  I found a news story here which tells about a new monument that has been proposed for Amsterdam; Daniel Libeskind will design this monument.  Residents of Amsterdam are objecting to this proposed monument.  “Not in my garden,” say residents.

The photo below is an example of the work of Daniel Libeskind, who favors ultra modern design. In my humble opinion, ultra modern design is not appropriate for a Holocaust Memorial.

Jewish Museum in Berlin designed by Daniel Liebeskind

Jewish Museum in Berlin designed by Daniel Liebeskind

According to the news article,  “Libeskind’s design, somewhat reminiscent of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., includes walls displaying the names of 102,000 [Dutch] victims [of the Nazis].

The photo below shows a Holocaust monument in the same park where the new monument will be built, if the objections of nearby residents can be overcome.

Holocaust monument in Amsterdam designed by Dutch artist Jan Wolkers which reads "Never Again Auschwitz" in the Wertheim park in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

Holocaust monument in Amsterdam designed by Dutch artist Jan Wolkers which reads “Never Again Auschwitz” in the Wertheim park in Amsterdam (Click to enlarge)

One of the objections to the new memorial is that it is too big. Compared to the Holocaust memorial in the heart of Berlin, (shown in the photo below) the proposed Amsterdam monument is miniscule.

5 acres of concrete blocks in the heart of Berlin

5 acres of concrete blocks in the heart of Berlin

This quote is from another news article, which you can read in full here:

Although the Libeskind design has not yet been unveiled, the work will be called the “Holocaust Names Monument”– because it will feature the names of all 102,000 Dutch Jews, Roma and Sinti (an itinerant Romani people, originally from Central Europe) who perished in Hitler’s camps.

“In percentage terms, the Netherlands had the highest deportation rate in western Europe, but there is no monument to honour their memory as individuals,” said Jacques Grishaver, chairman of the Dutch Auschwitz Committee.

“Their names simply vanished into thin air, like the people. Now, for the first time, families will have a place to go and a name on a plaque to touch.”

Most of those deported from the Netherlands were routed through Westerbork, where enclosed trains left several times a week for the extermination camps at Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bergen-Belsen, Sobibór and Theresienstadt.

Between 1942 and 1945, more than 107,000 captives left Westerbork in 93 trains to Germany. Only 5,200 of them survived long enough to be liberated.

Note that the news article lumps Auschwitz-Birkeanu and Sobibór in with Bergen-Belsen, which was an exchange camp, and Theresienstadt, which was a camp for “prominent Jews.”  No matter where the Jews in Amsterdam were sent, they would up in an extermination camp, and were never seen again.  What could have happened to them?  They were all exterminated, of course.

I previously blogged about the 34,000 Jews who were sent, from Amsterdam, to Sobibór at

I also blogged about the Dutch Jew on this blog post:

Allegedly, there were Dutch Jews, who were sent to the Sachsenhausen camp and gassed. I wrote about this on this blog post:

I blogged about the atrocities, committed against the Dutch Jews on this blog post:

According to the stories told by the Dutch survivors, the Dutch Jews were treated worse than any of the Jews from other countries.

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