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.
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 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.
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?
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.
If one didn’t know better you’d think he could have been making these things up.
Two Jewish children escape from the Belsen gas chamber only by a miracle. Perhaps that miracle was that there wasn’t a gas chamber at the Belsen concentration camp or any other concentration camp for that matter.
As we know, holocaust survivor testimony is beyond question and here we have proof of all the horror stories we’ve heard before. Holocaust survivor Jack Adler relates his story to the Huffpost.
Jack: At first it was very hard. I tried to create a way to not visualize the experience. But even 70 years later, it doesn’t go away. Six million—using babies for target practice, making lampshades from people. One woman, Elsa Koch, the wife of an officer in Buchenwald, liked the tattoo of a particular prisoner; she actually had him killed so she could use his skin for her furniture.