Holocaust Denier Mark Weber Banned From Entering U.K. For ‘Unacceptable’ Behavior

Truth does not fear investigation but the Holocaust does.

I wonder if the U.K. Government will elaborate on just exactly what this “unacceptable” behaviour is?

Holocaust Denier Mark Weber Banned From Entering U.K. For ‘Unacceptable’ Behavior

http://www.newsweek.com/american-holocaust-denier-banned-entering-uk-british-government-783866

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The Steam Chambers of Treblinka

Here is a vivid account from 1943 by an actual eyewitness to the murderous steam chambers of Treblinka. It’s strange that we don’t hear anything more about those ghastly means of mass execution, yet here it is printed proof of their existence, or was it atrocity propaganda?

Treblinka Steam
TREBLINKA STEAM DEATH HOUSE

The People – Sunday 07 November 1943

Here again the steam chamber is mentioned

Treblinka Steam Chamber
Poles face the threat of the Nazi Steam Chamber

The People – Sunday 07 November 1943

Again the means of death steam is mentioned.

Nazi Steam
Steam Pours in

The People – Sunday 07 November 1943

Treblinka Steam Pipes Jews
Treblinka Steam Horror

The People – Sunday 07 November 1943

 

Oh look, a Diesel engine is mentioned albeit concerning digging machines but it does tie Treblinka and the Diesel story together.

Diesel
Diesel at Treblinka

The People – Sunday 07 November 1943

Here is the full text of the article

THE MAN WHO CANNOT FORGET

By Cyril P Corrigan

PRIVATE VARSZAWSKI STOPPED SUDDENLY IN THE STORY HE WAS TELLING ME. HE HALTED A FRACTION LONGER THAN SEEMED NECESSARY WHEN A FOREIGNER FUMBLES FOR THE RIGHT WORD I LOOKED UP FROM MY NOTE – PAD INTO THE CLEAN-CUT, DARK FEATURES OF THE MAN FROM THE GHETTO AND I CAUGHT THERE EXPRESSION OF INVOLUNTARY EMOTION SUCH AS ONE SURPRISES RARELY A HUMAN FACE. PRIVATE VARSZAWSKI STOPPED SUDDENLY IN THE STORY HE WAS TELLING ME. HE HALTED A FRACTION LONGER THAN SEEMED NECESSARY WHEN A FOREIGNER FUMBLES FOR THE RIGHT WORD I LOOKED UP FROM MY NOTE – PAD INTO THE CLEAN-CUT, DARK FEATURES OF THE MAN FROM THE GHETTO AND I CAUGHT THERE EXPRESSION OF INVOLUNTARY EMOTION SUCH AS ONE SURPRISES RARELY A HUMAN FACE.

It was secret, personal, poignant. Frankly it changed my feeling towards the case-history of this Polish barrister from Warsaw.  No longer was I listening to a drab, conventional tale of  horror already too familiar in these days … I was listening to something that this man had felt, had known. Private Varszawskl was laying bare a part of his very soul.  Outside the room in which we sat was London, utterly sane and normal. Through the open window floated the great city’s autumn breath. A shaft red-gold sunlight showed that the afternoon sky was brightening. The surging the distant traffic sounded in our ears. Yes. that was London—known yesterday, today and. please God. tomorrow! .

But the quiet, insistent voice the little man opposite me was creating in my imagination a picture outrageously different from that the work and play, the joy and sorrow that make the lives London’s millions. Varszawski. once a student the London School of Economics, later brilliant pleader in the High Court at Warsaw, moist-eyed with uncontrollable emotion, was telling me of the unspeakable crime against civilisation, the Nazi manufactured mass atrocity that is Treblinka. the Death Camp on the outskirts of Warsaw.  Before I describe Treblinka.’ he said. I want you to know that of the 550.000 Jews who once were herded together In the Warsaw Ghetto, 250,000 have disappeared. You will need to know this, the better appreciate the significance Treblinka.

“The village Treblinka lies in sandy, wooded country. It Is inhabited by a Polish population, chiefly peasants and forest labourers. “In the beginning, the Germans set up there a comparatively small concentration camp called Treblinka A. for Poles who had committed offences against the occupying troops.

Iron Discipline In Camp

  “Discipline in the camp is rigid. On the slightest pretext prisoners are shot.

“But later new camp was built. This was destined to be the execution place for Polish and other European Jews.

“In the midst of the camp’s outer buildings there stands strange-looking structure. It looks like an unfinished one-storey brick barrack…”

Private Varszawski gazed straight ahead as thus tried to fix in my mind the vision of Treblinka, and his slender, tapering fingers drummed nervously on the table as he started to tell this tale which seems belong, hot to real life, but to the region of fantastic dreams.

“There are corridors there,” he said, “and they lead into execution chambers—rooms designed only for one purpose the mass extermination of the men and women who have been proscribed by the agents of the Gestapo. “These execution chambers have no windows and can be entered only by doors leading from the Inside of the building. In the outer walls there is a kind of hatchway, like that which you find in some kitchens. Through these hatches protrude pipes which lead from the boiler-house, and from which steam can be pumped Into the rooms. When the machinery of death is set in motion all doors and hatches are hermetically sealed. Floors the death chambers are made terracotta, which becomes slippery when moistened.  Not far away from the death chambers and surrounded by a barbed-wire enclosure a small camp for grave-diggers has been set up. The remaining area of the camp that is. an area known as Treblinka B has been set apart as a burial ground for the murdered Jews.”

Macabre horror is piled on horror in this story of human suffering. and blind brutality. The narrative of Edward Varszawski here takes on so terrible, an aspect that I must apologise for harrowing my readers.

At first,” he went on, the Germans ordered Polish prisoners to dig graves. But as the extermination campaign went on human labour was not enough. ‘”Digging machines were put to work, night and day…. The sinister hum of the Diesel engine is a characteristic sound of the Death Camp of Treblinka.”

 Even Subordinates Are Terrified 

Quietly, Private Varszawski described the little group men who carry out the Devil’s work In this Village of the Lost. The staff of guards and executioners is very small indeed,” he said. It is commanded by an S.S man named Sauer—Captain Sauer. So evil is the personality of this Nazi captain that his subordinates are literally terrified of him. Whenever he appears they intensify their zeal and excel in brutal treatment of their victims.

When the Day Reckoning comes, if this man is still at large, a terrible fate awaits him! ” “Now. I must tell you also that there exists here a Jewish militia, organised by the Germans by the use of threats and terror.

“This forced labour is used in the sorting out of clothing of the murdered victims, and partly in the emptying of the execution chambers and the burial of the dead. These unhappy men and women are also made assist in the clearing of trucks arriving with new batches of victims for execution.

Only rarely can a man stand more than two weeks of this revolting service, because the inhuman treatment they receive.

The militiamen are whipped and kicked on the slightest pretext. Flogging is frequent Men who, because exhaustion, broken nerves or other causes, are unfit for further work, are shot out of hand.

“These shootings are generally  carried out by the camp commandant himself. “Every afternoon a roll-call is taken. Jews unable to work are lined up for Inspection, and the commandant barks out: ‘Which of you is unable to work?

Those unfortunates who have literally reached breaking – point feebly raise their  hands. Often they beg be released immediately from their sufferings. “They are put to death within sight their comrades. The victim is ordered to stand, blindfolded, over a freshly dug grave, and the commandant shoots him from the back, aiming usually the head. one day alone the commandant himself shot 500 young Jews—this monstrous execution lasting from 7 am, to 3 in the afternoon.

Already the mass graves at Treblinka contain the remains of several hundred thousands Jews. But the Germans are expanding the camp. A new death house has been built. For whom are they preparing this fresh crime against humanity? It is feared that the second death house will not used exclusively for Jewish victims—the threat of the steam chamber faces the whole Polish population….”

 Poster That Only Deceives

In the dark days of the Spanish Inquisition the agents of the Holy Office found that the very refinement of human suffering could be achieved by first allowing the victim to imagine he was about to escape. According to Varszawski, Europe’s Hun Inquisitors have all too successfully copied the technique of the Inquisition.

“Believe It or not,” he said “but the fact Is that the lorry-loads of men and women who are dumped out by the roadside, destined for death by steam asphyxiation in the death-house at Treblinka are first led to believe that their sufferings have ended. “When the transports filled with men, women and children from Germany and other occupied countries arrive at Treblinka, the pitiful human cargo breathes sigh relief when its eyes light on a great poster which says:

“Have no fear to your fate. You are being sent to the East…. But before you leave you must wash, and your clothes must be disinfected. Deposit your money and valuables with the cashier, who will give you the appropriate receipts. After your bath your property will be returned intact.”

“In order gain the confidence of the victims, and to make them believe that Treblinka was merely a station wherein the selection of workers for the East would take place, signs were erected bearing inscriptions like; -Tailors,’ -Shoemakers and the rest.

Men were lined In tens; women were placed in batches of five. All were ordered to strip and get ready for the baths. The last act of the awful tragedy then played.

A terror-stricken crowd of human beings begin their last journey, beaten and pushed by their German guards. Women, crying and screaming, go first.  The victims at last realise that here is their Journey’s End. Death is approaching, with all its frightfulness.

This Place Is Only One

“The commandant of the camp stands at the entrance of the death house, armed with whip The floors of the chambers are, as I have said, extremely slippery. The first to enter them fall, but have no time to rise, because others are pushed in on top of them.

When the chambers are filled to the utmost capacity, the doors and hatches are tightly closed, and the process of suffocation begins. Steam pours in from the pipes. One can hear stifled cries, but soon these die away. In 15 minutes the massacre is over. Then the grave-diggers begin their fearful duty.”

Private Varszawskl stopped speaking. He would not, he. said, describe to the manner of those burials, the Inferno-like scenes that are enacted daily in this Village of Calamity.     Can you wonder that, as he began this story, the eyes of this little man in the uniform of a humble Army Private filled with tears?

Yet those same dark eyes blazed with fury and patriotic fervour as he concluded: That is Treblinka. There are other atrocious German-built places of torture and death, but none like this one.

These people who died and are dying at Treblinka were, many them, intimate friends of mine, men and women with whom lived in the Warsaw Ghetto. Their deaths have not been in vain.

“Frightful as are the things of which I have told you. I wish to say here that I know that the Jews of Poland have not got a monopoly of suffering. Their  Gentile neighbours are In this struggle with them, and they too —particularly the peasants and the workers—are bearing the burden.”


 

So who was this Private Varszawski?

I can’t find any reference to him by other internet searches other than the newspaper archives. Did he really exist or was it perhaps a collaboration propaganda piece by  certain Jan Karski who after all did visit England in 1943 bringing news of alleged mass extermination of Jews.

(Wikipedia) In 1943 in London he met journalist Arthur Koestler, author of Darkness at Noon. He then traveled to the United States, and on 28 July 1943 Karski personally met with President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the Oval Office, telling him about the situation in Poland and becoming the first eyewitness to tell him about the Jewish Holocaust.[10]

Also who was this reporter Cyril P Corrigan?

Perhaps it is the nom de plume of Arthur Koestler who was working for the Ministry of information as a propagandist?

(wikipedia) In March 1942 Koestler was assigned to the Ministry of Information, where he worked as a scriptwriter for propaganda broadcasts and films.[24] In his spare time he wrote Arrival and Departure, the third in his trilogy of novels that included Darkness at Noon. He also wrote several essays, which were subsequently collected and published in The Yogi and the Commissar. One of the essays, titled “On Disbelieving Atrocities” (originally published in the New York Times),[25] was about Nazi atrocities against the Jews.

More digging is needed me thinks.

Dachau becomes a tourist attraction 1959

Once again here with the marvellous appearing and disappearing Dachau Gas Chamber. This article from December 14th 1959 tells of the horror and deception of the gas chamber. Me thinks it is us who are being deceived.

Dachau Gas Chamber
Birmingham Daily Post – Monday 14 December 1959

 

Yet again here is the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s take on the mythical gas chamber.
https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005214

Barrack X
USHMM Dachau

Here is the headline from the article

Dachau now a tourist trap
Birmingham Daily Post – Monday 14 December 1959

Full text reads

Dachau Concentration Camp Now a Tourist Attraction The notice on the barbedwire-topped wall at Dachau. near Munich, says: ” This way to the crematorium open daily from nine to five.” A wrought-iron gate opens on to the carefully-tended lawns of the Nazis’ first concentration camp, now the site of a refugee camp and a tourist attraction with no price for admission, a Reuter correspondent writes. Visitors from all over the world file past a marble sign in three languages reading “Execution range with blood ditch.” They stare at the spot where thousands of innocent men and women received “special treatment”—the Nazi euphemism for murder. Of a total of 250.000 prisoners, only 33.000 lived to be freed by the United States Army. Apart from those who were systematically exterminated. 70,000 died of starvation and disease. Now, at Dachau, the high season for tourists is In August, according to the German woman attendant who keeps the books. She said: “Last August we had 41,000 visitors. But a lot of them were disappointed. Before they go. many ask where the torture instruments were and whether they have really seen everything. Some of them say the Americans must have built the camp after 1945.•. Means of Extermination But the machinery of extermination Is still there. Near two gravestones at the execution site, one Jewish and the other Christian, lies the crematorium with its five metre 415 feet) high chimney. It still bears its Nazi designation ” Building 243 a.” The tourist route leads into an empty white-washed room with peeling wails. Although a notice warns against defacing the walls, visitors have left their marks, traces of offering, irony, hate•—and the old tourist ” we have-been-there ” pride. In the next room are the furnaces—still equipped with hooks and bars used to drag bodies about. Then come the rooms where those who were to die were forced to undress. and the so-called ” shower room “—the gas chamber itself. To ensure smooth progress of exterminations, prisoners were told they were to be given showers. They did not know their fate until poison gas started to flood the chamber. Dachau camp to-day has a veneer of prosperity and well being which underlines the horror of its past, for many of the 1.600 refugees from former German territories in Eastern Europe who live there are fairly prosperous. want to leave because of the low rents.” Father Leo Roth, a Dominican priest responsible for the spiritual care of Catholics in the little refugee community, said: “It is a disgrace that people still live in a concentration camp 14 years after the end of the war.” The Dominican, himself a Dachau prisoner from 1942 until the end of the war, said the refugees paid only six marks 10 pfennigs a month for a room (about 10e. sterling). But most of them earned about as much as the average German. Father Roth, supported by the International Dachau Committee of Brussels, is waging a campaign for the maintenance of Dachau in a manner respectful to the memories of the men and women who died there. He said the committee had succeeded this year in stopping several abuses. Its action had resulted in the removal of a delicatessen shop from the concentration camp’s former post-mortem chamber, a butcher’s shop from the camp hospital and a dance hall from one of the rooms where Prisoners used to wait for execution. The hut set aside for Inmates who contracted typhus is to-day and an elementary school for the refugees’ children.

 

Holocaust Denial before Holocaust Denial was a thing.

Dachau gas chamber truth

Birmingham Daily Post – Thursday 29 September 1960

Dachua gas chambers, the horror version of Brigadoon. Did they exist or didn’t they? in this article the German authorities of 1960 are threatening to sue a former German general employed by the US military for exposing that the so called Dachau gas chamber were created after the war. Imagine my shock at such a claim. The German (puppet) authorities were insistent that there was a lethal gas chamber at Dachau that exterminated Jews. Nowadays the great temple of Holocaustianity  declares that there is no convincing evidence of anyone being gassed at Dachau.

I wonder when the day will come when they admit that there were no homicidal gas chambers at any German internment camp.

The Balfour Declaration, A receipt for services rendered?

Balfour Declaration
A receipt by the Allies to World Jewry for help to win WW1

Northern Whig – Thursday 09 August 1923

It is 100 years ago today since the Balfour declaration was made to Lord Rothschild. Here is a little more information not so openly known by the general public on this pledge.

The Balfour Declaration was a public statement issued by the British government during World War I announcing support for the establishment of a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine, then an Ottoman region with a minority Jewish population. It read:

His Majesty’s government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.

The declaration was contained in a letter dated 2 November 1917 from the United Kingdom’s Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour to Lord Walter Rothschild, a leader of the British Jewish community, for transmission to the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland. The text of the declaration was published in the press on 9 November 1917.

Now why would the British Empire in the midst of the greatest war in history just suddenly decide to make such a gesture to the Jewish people?

Was is just out of magnanimity? was is just because they thought it was the right thing to do? Was it just from pester power by the Zionist movement?

Or was it a receipt for services rendered?

This is from an article by Sir Martin Conway MP

Text reads:

THE BALFOUR DECLARATION

The general public does not realise that the idea of the Balfour Declaration was of slow growth, and that it only took form after long and minute discussion. ‘To recapitulate the negotiations here would wearisome, and is not necessary. The leaders of the Zionist movement were introduced to Mr. Lloyd George in 1914 and from that time onward discussions continued. Schemes were put forward, modified, developed. Various versions the ultimate formula were suggested, criticised, rejected, replaced, till finally one was agreed on. and was put into the mouth Mr. Balfour, who gave official utterance it on behalf of the British Government November 2nd 1917. It ran follows;- His Majesty’s Government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of that object, being clearly I understood that nothing shall done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the right and political status enjoyed by the Jews in any other country.”
No act of State could have been more formal. The honour of the British Government and people was pledged, and so remains, and must remain. The suggestion that such pledge can be lightly set aside and disregarded can only come from light-minded journalists and irresponsible talkers. The pledge was accepted; The goods were delivered. The Jewish community all over the world backed the Allies. America came into the war. In the words of The “Case against Zionism,” ‘ During the world war it (the pledge) insured for the Allies the loyalty and financial support the Jews all over the world, and assured England of a permanent suzerainty over the Southern portion of Syria for the protection of the Suez Canal, which is the spinal cord of England’s colonistic Empire.’* Great Britain, therefore, can by no possibility back on the Balfour Declaration. Whatever the future relations of Britain to Palestine may be, the Declaration must remain one of the pivots of our Imperial policy. What we have promised and must perform. There were, however, other promises made, and these also have to kept.

Here is another example from a little known politician called Winston Churchill

Balfour declaration on Jews and Palestine, Zionism

Western Daily Press – Wednesday 05 July 1922

Extended text reads:

Mr Churchill said this was a topic that easily lent itself to prejudice. When they had a Jew, a Russian, Bolshevism, Zionism, electrical monopoly and Government concessions presented at the. same moment even the recently budding statesman could make a very fine case. There was. broadly speaking. two issues, and it was important to keep them distinct. The first was were they to keep pledge to their pledge to the Zionists which were made in 1917 to the effect that the Government their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of national home for Jewish people or were they to abandon that. The second issue was whether the measures taken Colonial Office to fulfil the pledge were reasonable and proper measures. On the first issue the House as a whole had definitely committed itself on more than one occasion the general proposition that they should use their best endeavours to make good the pledge to the Zionists. The pledge was made to gain the support, in winning the war, of Jews all over the world. Parliament had deliberately accepted the peace arrangements that bad been made , including the acceptance by Great Britain of mandatory responsibility for Palestine- Balfour declaration was part of the mandatory system.

Was this the stab in the back oft referred to by the Nazis?

Here is a more eloquent take on it

 

 

 

 

 

Wooden gas chambers at Auschwitz?

Auschwitz wooden hut gas chamber
Wooden gas chamber?

Daily Herald – Monday 27 February 1961

This is from an article about Auschwitz survivor Rudolf Vrba. He goes on to claim that the entire reason for mass extermination was just to rob Jews of their belongings and to turn their hair and body parts into commodities for the German economy and for growing SS vegetables.

SS vegetable gardens
SS vegetables

If one didn’t know better you’d think he could have been making these things up.