Holocaust survivors are like zombies. After all, that's how they survived—right? If they look like zombies even sixty years after the war, like Elie Wiesel, all the better. It makes their horror tales all the more compelling. They are still human, at least partially—but they have been programmed to lie with great skill omitting inconvenient facts in order to boost the holocaust mythology. And of course, avoid serious questioning by people who are not totally sympathetic and programmed themselves. How dare anyone ever doubt their stories. It all brings them endless rewards. It also excuses the crimes and real atrocities of their fellow Jews, especially in the Middle East.
When you begin doubting their stories and apply some objectivity you'll notice that...
Holocaust survivors are like Coca-Cola. They are everywhere! When I was much younger, I believed as most people believed that only a tiny handful of Jews "survived." To actually meet a "survivor" was like seeing that rare person who had actually come back from the dead. After the Schindler's List movie became successful, Steven Spielberg began making video recordings of "survivors." The numbers of such recordings quickly grew into the tens of thousands—and then one began seeing statistical studies from Jews showing that the numbers of "survivors," alive even into the twenty-first century, were well into the hundreds of thousands. Such numbers mean that the numbers of "survivors" at the end of WW2 must have been in the millions. Can one continue to believe that only those capable of hard work as slaves were allowed to survive? Of course, not!
The truth is that the existence of concentration camps merely shows that the Germans intended to keep certain people alive albeit under tight control. For mass murder, there is no need for concentration camps unless one wants countless eyewitnesses. Simply look at how the Soviets carried out their mass murders. No camps, no gas chambers just a bullet. Millions upon millions of people were liquidated in this manner by the Bolsheviks and these murders never took place in a location where eye witnesses would be a factor.
Some of these victims, if they were lucky enough, received show trials that only accomplished a minor delay of the inevitable if anything at all.
Even back then there existed factual evidence that showed...
1. U.S. and German top-level government officials talked with each other through Swiss and Irish consuls in 1944 and '45 about the condition of inmates in German-operated camps,
2. In 1944 German officials denied any intention to mass-murder inmates,
3. Germany guaranteed to evacuate inmates ahead of Soviet advance,
4. Former camp inmates confirmed inmates were being safely evacuated.
In addition, there are scans of two letters between the Allies and Germany regarding the disposition of the inmates from Auschwitz-Birkenau! The Nazis really were the "Good Guys." Get used to it, folks!
Despite this widely known evidence during that time, the lie still persisted. Despite the enormous amount of evidence available today, this lie still persists. With all the research and scientific evidence which undoubtedly proves that the revisionists won, we're still seeing and hearing from people who claim to be survivors.
And this is why I'm going to put 10 simple questions for those who claim to be survivors below...
1. When did you enter a concentration camp or labor camp and when did you leave?
2. How old were you when you entered?
3. What job skills did you have if any?
4. What did you actually do throughout your incarceration in such camps?
5. Were you fed and how often?
6. Were you given shelter?
7. Were you given clean clothing and how often?
8. Were you ever too ill to work and were you given medical care?
9. For how long were you ever unable to work?
10, Why do you believe the Germans had ever wanted to kill you?
So, the next time you see a comment posted somewhere from somebody either claiming to be a survivor or a relative of one, you can ask some of these questions. It isn't rude because certainly no one would ever claim to be something that they aren't, right?