Saturday, 1 September 2012
It's that lying Auschwitz bishop again
The above picture of Germans capturing a Russian woman and girl for their brothels, was drawn by Soviet artist Dementi Shmarinov (see also here), they are from a series of pictures entitled We Won’t Forget, We Won’t Forgive! Sounds familiar.
The picture, along with others from the series, appeared in the U.S. magazine Life in its June 14, 1943 edition. Life magazine has a long history of printing ludicrous anti-German propaganda cartoons. In the March 2, 1942 edition, artistic impressions of the planned Nazi and Japanese conquest of the U.S. were published. And in the July 23, 1945 edition, Life's artist visualised the Nazis planned spacestation, which was supposedly intended to destroy Pittsburgh, by harnessing sun rays.
Interestingly, Life announced the launch of the "The Extraordinary Special State Commission for the Study of Crimes of the German Nazi Aggressors", although its name was not given, Life did mentioned by name: Alexei Nikolaevitch Tolstoy, the sci-fi author who was the first to accuse the Germans of killing people in gas vans, a man whose own cousin said of him "There was no lie, betrayal, or indignity which he would no hasten to commit in order to fill those empty pockets, and in Stalin he found a worthy master."
Also mentioned was Russian Orthodox Metropolitan (Bishop) Nikolai Ivanovitch Lomakin, who Defenders of Faith (Holocaustianity) would rather forget. The video still above is him testifying at the Nuremburg trial, he was also one of two men who signed the official Soviet report on Auschwitz, and signed the official Soviet report on the Katyn Massacre, a report which blamed the Germans for the NKVD murder of the Polish officers in the Katyn Forrest. (full details).
Posted by The Black Rabbit of Inlé at 15:16