C'mon. You are living in a delusion and avoiding the known facts.DasPrussian wrote:...they'd get round it somehow, they'd write it all down and ensure the right people received it after death. Even their families would ensure the truth would be heard, they'd all get together and fight for justice, especially say 30 or 40 years later when the chances of some Jew Mafia style hit would be massively reduced anyway.
Look at what happened to Dr. Mengele. He DID protest his innocence from the anonymous safety of Brazil. He wrote it all down too. After his death his son came into possession of all post-war writings, auto-biography ( "Fiat Lux" meaning "Let There Be Light") and diaries and auctioned them off. As I understand it, they were purchased by a wealthy 'Jewish' bidder and as far as I know we have never yet got to see it. I wonder why?
And then his family and friends, they DID protest his innocence.
Ever read any of that?
If not consider for a moment why that is.
Look at his reputation today, despite all that.
Then his son made it through to meet him in Brazil in the 1970's. Did you know about that? Watch this edited video clip. See if you can find an unedited version anywhere.
Rolf insists his mother had also never known that her husband had done the things he is accused of in the war. She understood he was treating prisoners at Auschwitz who suffered from typhoid and typhus fever.
Mengele himself attributed the responsibility for his own mother’s post-war death to ‘incompetent’ doctors that the Allies brought in to replace ‘good’ Nazi doctors. Moreover, according to the researcher, he blames those who made "false accusations" against him for the loss of his mother.
Mengele could afford to say what he liked post-war in Brazil. Those in Germany could not. Yet look how despite all this his name is still used to represent some demonic icon of evil sadism.
Mengele himself repeatedly insisted that he had not committed any crime, and that instead he had become a victim of a great injustice: "I personally have not killed, injured or caused bodily harm to anyone."
New York Times, June 14, 1985; Baltimore Sun, June 14, 1985
Of the sets of child twins from Auschwitz who were experimented on by Dr. Mengele, interviewed forty years after the war, many of them are recorded as describing Mengele as a "gentle, affable man" who had befriended them as children and became a sort of father figure to them.
And yet the recorders of these twins' positive testimony wrote it in such a way to make us the readers think that these child twins had been 'tricked' and deceived by Mengele, thus only could they remember him and his kindness to them so favourably:
In 1985 the second wife of Mengele was traced to Meran, South Tyrol by journalists who attempted to interview her. Mrs. Martha Mengele was described as a respected member of the Meran community. She limited her remarks to a denial that her husband had committed the deeds that earned him the name 'Angel of Death': "It's all lies and propaganda" the Bild am Sonntag newspaper quoted her as saying.Some forty years after the war, only a 100 sets of these twins could be found, many living in Israel and the United States. Strangely enough, many of them recall Mengele as a gentle, affable man who befriended them as children and gave them chocolates. Since many had immediately been separated from their families upon entering the camp, Mengele became a sort of father figure.
'Children of the Flames; Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz' by Lucette Matalon Lagnado and Sheila Cohn Dekel. 'Mengele; the Complete Story' by Gerald Posner and John Ware.
http://www.longwood.k12.ny.us/lhs/scien ... ngele.html
Chicago Tribune. January 8th, 2012.
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1985 ... ef-mengele
In 1960 Hans Sedlmeier returned from Asuncion, Paraguay with a statement from Mengele that said, "I personally have not killed, injured or caused bodily harm to anyone."
Mengele repeatedly insisted that he had not committed any crime, and that instead he had become a victim of a great injustice. This appeared in the Chicago Tribune in an article entitled: 'Mengele family keeps uneasy silence' by Alice Siegert. June 9th, 1985.
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1985 ... sef-mengel
The same story appeared in the New York Times, June 14, 1985 and in the Baltimore Sun, June 14th, 1985. Yet what good did this protestation of innocence achieve?