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July 17, 2015

Proof of the Holocaust: a judge takes “Judicial Notice”

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 8:28 am
This gas chamber at Dachau was found by the American liberators of the camp

This gas chamber at Dachau was found by the American soldiers who liberated the camp

I have finished reading a book entitled The Holocaust Case, Defeat of Denial by William John Cox.

The proof of the Holocaust is given on page 41 of the book in the chapter headlined “The Decision.”

For anyone not familiar with legal terms, any judge can take judicial notice of anything, meaning that a judge can declare that anything is true and that it doesn’t have to be proved — because it is true — in the judge’s opinion.

This quote is from page 41 of the book, cited above:

[The Judge said this]

Under Evidence Code Section 452(h) this Court does take judicial notice of the fact that Jews were gassed to death at Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Poland during the summer of 1944.

[The author of the book wrote this]

The judge not only took judicial notice that Jews were gassed to death in the Auschwitz concentration camp in the summer of 1944, but his ruling went further than I had ever hoped for and clearly laid to rest the most critical issue in the case.  The Holocaust was simply a fact!

[The Judge wrote this]

Now, that is not the entire issue in this lawsuit as I see it.  And in taking that judicial notice, I am not relying on offers of proof, really, by–or declaration by this plaintiff. It just is simply a fact that falls within the definition of Evidence Code Section 452(h).

It is not reasonably subject to dispute. And it is capable of immediate and accurate determination by resort to sources of reasonably indisputable accuracy. It is simply a fact. It does not determine this lawsuit necessarily. (Appendix C)

It is time for me to shut down my blog.  Nothing that I have to say will make any difference. The Holocaust is a fact, as declared by a judge, who knew absolutely nothing about it.

In other words, any person, who has done no study of the Holocaust whatsoever, knows that the Holocaust is a fact. And if that person is a judge, he or she can take judicial notice that the Holocaust is a fact.

My 2005 photo below shows the gas chamber in the main Auschwitz camp.  This gas chamber is a fact, as ruled by a judge, so don’t go denying it. [ Don’t worry about the hot ovens next door, this would not have caused an explosion.]


July 16, 2015

The Auschwitz main camp served as a warehouse for tobacco at one time

I recently ordered a copy of the book entitled The Holocaust Case, Defeat of Denial, and it was delivered today.

The first page of text in the book, which has no page number, has this sentence, which is a quote from a book entitled Dictionary of the Holocaust:

“The original and main camp, Auschwitz 1, prior to its use as a concentration camp, served as a military barracks and warehouse for tobacco.”

I didn’t know that tobacco could be grown in Europe, so I had to google it. I learned from this website  that “The EU produces some 200,000 tonnes of dried tobacco leaves a year.”

But why would tobacco, grown in Europe, have been stored in the Auschwitz 1 camp?

It is because Auschwitz was the location of the main railroad yard in Europe. Auschwitz was the European equivalent of North Platte, Nebraska, which is the largest railroad hub in America.

When railroad lines were first built in the 19th century, the little town of Auschwitz, at the junction of three empires, became the crossroads of Europe. There were 44 train lines coming into Auschwitz, making it at one time a larger railroad hub than Penn Station in New York City.

It was because Auschwitz was such an important railroad junction that a camp for migrant workers was built in a suburb of the town in 1916; seasonal farm workers from all over Europe were sent from Auschwitz to the large German estates. The migrant worker camp, with its beautiful brick barracks buildings, was the place that eventually became the Auschwitz I concentration camp.

In 1919, Poland became an independent country again and the town of Auschwitz became a Polish town called Oswiecim. The former migrant worker camp, which is now the Auschwitz 1 camp, was then used as a garrison by the Polish Army.

The quote from the book does not make it clear WHEN the tobacco was stored in what later became the Auschwitz 1 camp. What most people don’t know is that, before Auschwitz became a Polish Army garrison, it was a camp for migrant farm workers. From Auschwitz, migrant workers could travel to any place in Europe because they could get on a train and travel to the area where they would work.

What does this mean for the Holocaust story? Prisoners were brought to Auschwitz-Birkenau, where they could then be taken to the Auschwitz main camp to get on a train and go to any area in Europe where they would then work in a sub-camp of one of the main concentration camps.

Many of the prisoners, who were sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau, were separated from their loved ones, who then wound up on a train to a sub-camp of another camp. They assumed that their relatives had been sent to a gas chamber at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The quote on the unnumbered page starts out with this:

Auschwitz […] The largest, most notorious, and murderous concentration, death and labor camp complex, located outside the city of Oswiesem in southwest Poland. It contain three major camps [Auschwitz 1, Auschwitz-Birkenau, and Monowitz]

Because of the fact that Auschwitz was a major railroad hub, the town became the location where liquor was manufactured and shipped all over the world, including to America. The photo below shows a display in the Auschwitz synagogue, which mentions that Auschwitz was a place where the Jews produced liquor.

Items on display in the Auschwitz synagogue

Items on display in the Auschwitz synagogue