Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Auschwitz's electrocution conveyor belt in the JC

For details on the original mass execution method claimed by "those manipulating Soviets" at Auschwitz see here.

The Jewish Chronicle (London), February 9, 1945, p.1 (enlarged)


  1. Okay, the conveyor belts could be dismantled and removed with relatively little work I suppose, but wouldn't somebody notice a giant electric furnace seemingly custom built to be capable of having hundreds of bodies at a time dropped into it from the conveyor belt and be "reduced to powder" with ease?

    They had to know eventually someone would realize there is no evidence of such a furnace at the camp, right?(as far as I am aware)

    I really don't think these people were prepared for the rapid technological evolution of the past several decades that allows even the 'average Joe' (or Jane) to access a wide range of info from around the world without a propaganda "filter", and catalog all these absurd claims into databases such as this which truly bring out the absurdity of it all.

    Thank you for this site and the others connected to it, your time dedicated to research is much appreciated Black Rabbit.

    I should note that I have used some of your hosted pics and many of the links you directed me to through this site and such when posting on a few websites but due to your banner and some of the articles being a bit "aggressive"(shall we say) for many of the people frequenting those sites I haven't sourced to it directly.

    I have given credit to 'Black Rabbit' when using more than one or two of your hosted pics/files, but many of the people I'm dealing with don't handle the "shock therapy" bit well usually.

    I know spreading the info is more important than taking credit for finding it but you've done such great research that I feel guilty not sourcing back here.

    It would be great if you could get this/a site set-up a bit more organized as far as sorting the topics of the posts goes.

    If I have the free time I'd be willing to assist in such a venture if it becomes viable.

    Thanks again, this is by far one of the best revisionist and general "interesting facts" resources on the net today in my opinion.

    1. Thanks very much for the message, and sorry for the delay in replying, as your comment forced me to take action (I had been considering it for a bit), which you can surely now see. And you're right about some of the articles too, especially a lot of the old stuff.

      I appreciate your offer to help me with a new venture. I can't commit to anything right now, but if there's anyway you could leave me a contact address so I can contact you if I've the time to devote to a new project.

      But for now, feel free to take whatever you want from here, accreditation to me or the blog is not an issue.

  2. Well, they have to keep their stories up.
    Whatever it costs.


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