Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Churchill foresaw and condoned massacres of Sudeten Germans

"[Germany must keep] not a single plane, no navy, their war industry must be absolutely broken up. A lot of blood will flow after the war. Many Germans will be killed in your [Edvard Beneš] country [Czechoslovakia] as well—it cannot be helped and I agree with it. After a few months we'll say "that's enough", and we shall start on the work of peace: try the guilty men who stayed alive."
- Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill, April 3, 1943, over lunch with Edvard Beneš and Jan Masaryk.

Zbynék Zeman, Antonín Klimek, The Life of Edvard Beneš, 1884-1948: Czechoslovakia in Peace and War, New York: Oxford Uni. Press, 1997, p. 185.

The Czechoslovakian diplomat Edward Taborsky quoted what Beneš stated after lunch with Churchill:

"[the British prime minister approved] in principle the transfer of population as 
the only possible solution of minority problems in Central Europe after the war."

Edward Taborsky, President Edvard Beneš: Between East and West, 1938-1948, Stanford, CA: Hoover Institution Press, 1981, p. 125.

Sunday, 23 November 2014

Deborah Lipstadt denies the Holocaust

In her infamous 1993 book Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory, Prof. Deborah Lipstadt denies that there were homicidal gas chambers in concentration camps on German soil; denying the undeniable spherical Earth-esque truths that there were homicidal gas chambers at Neuengamme, Ravensbrueck, Sachsenhausen, and Dachau*:

"... it was precisely those whom [revisionist Harry Elmer] Barnes accused of being "court historians" who, in fact, were responsible for demonstrating that there had been no homicidal gas chambers in German concentration camps. After the war there had been persistent confusion about the difference between concentration camps and death camps. The latter, located outside Germany, had facilities for the express purpose of murdering people, primarily Jews. While there were no death camps in Germany, there were many concentration camps, in which multitudes died from overwork, disease, starvation, beatings, and severe mistreatment. Much of the confusion centered around the idea that there was a functioning homicidal gas chamber in Dachau. This was what historians were trying to clarify in 1962, when Professor Martin Broszat, who served for many years as the director of Munich's Institute for Contemporary History, wrote to the newspaper Die Zeit to "hammer home, once more, the persistently ignored or denied difference between concentration and extermination camps." Contrary to deniers' claims, he said, his letter did not constitute an "admission" on his part but an effort to "set the record straight." This remains a consistent tactic of the deniers. Every time historians who study the Holocaust correct a mistake in the record, deniers immediately claim that they do so because their previous lies were about to be exposed." 
Deborah Lipstadt, Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory, Bergenfield, New Jersey: Penguin, 1994, p. 78.

* Dachau is the "special case", and to be fair to Lipstadt, when she wrote her book the Dachau museum claimed its gas chamber had never been used. That fact was jettisoned in 2003 and replaced by the 'it was used experimentally' fact. Visitors to the 'gas chamber' are deliberately given the impression that it was often used, and it has been proved that the Dachau museum decided against informing visitors in the transparent manner recommended to them by the House of Bavarian History, that the 'gas chamber' is not claimed to have been used for mass-gassings.

Leon Bass saw gas chambers at Buchenwald

Dr. Leon Bass, the veteran of U.S. Army 183rd Engineer Combat Battalion and veteran Holocaust promoter, apparently now features 'gas chambers' in his Buchenwald-liberation repertoire.
Bass spoke at a Holocaust do at Beth Hillel-Beth El synagogue in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania on November 11, 2012. Reporting on the event, The Jewish Veteran states that Bass told his audience of seeing gas chambers at Buchenwald.
This isn't the first time that Bass has been reported as claiming he saw gas chambers at Buchenwald; an article in The Rome News-Tribune stated that Bass had claimed to have seen gas chambers whilst addressing the Prejudice Reduction Project at Forum Civic Center in Rome, Georgia, on October 2, 2000.

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Lampshades and soap cut from Family Guy

Above is a youtube video (with poor sound quality) of part of Family Guy (series 9, episode 11: 'German Guy'); which 
shows (from the start of the video) a parody of the film Apt Pupilin which the following scene takes place:

Peter paints some stripes onto the wall; "Twenty-five. That's how high I can count. We have been here for three hours." 
Chris: "I'm scared, Dad. What's gonna happen to us?"
Peter: "Well, he's a Nazi, Chris. If I had to guess, he's going to make us into a lamp shade or a wallet or a bar of soap. I guess that means, I'll be Irish Spring." 
Intercut, a commercial for soap with a man in nature; "Irish Spring will get you fresh and clean as a whistle, see?" 
He whistles, takes a knife and cuts the soap.
Soap-Peter moans: "You cut me! Why? What is that possibly supposed to show the consumer?" 
The guy answers: "There's more soap inside the soap." 
Soap-Peter: "They know that!" 

The text was taken from the site below which compares the episode broadcast on TV to the one released on DVD. The author states that
this scene was cut/censored from the TV version; he also claims that 'Dachau' replaced 'concentration camp' in the DVD version.

Peter Griffin made into a bar of soap by a Nazi.

Monday, 10 November 2014

Nazis planned to gas 4,000,000 more at Majdanek

The execution of four SS men and one German kapo at Majdanek on December 3, 1944.

On December 15, 1944, The Polish Jewish Observer (a subscription-only supplement to The City & East London Observer) reported on the five-day long communist show trial of four SS men and two German kapos who worked at Majdanek:

"German intention to murder many millions more was supported by the statement, Jan Sobolewski, Secretary of the Polish-Soviet Investigation Committee, he said that "sufficient gas had been prepared and stored at Majdanek to kill at least 4,000,000 more people."

Sunday, 9 November 2014


Herman Goering's lampshade