Turnagain wrote: ↑
Mon Aug 24, 2020 4:07 am
Nessie claims that the ever so clever but eeevul Narzis knew how to git 'er done regardless of what the so-called witnesses said.
Yes. The witnesses were asked in their testimony to describe what happened. None were asked to describe in detail about how it happened. So, we have little detail and a mix of limited view and hearsay about the workings of the gas chambers.
He then demands a complete itinerary and an accounting for food, clothing and accommodations for all of the Jews although he can't provide any such documentation for the 12,000-15,000 deportees known to have transited through T-II.
You are back to lying again. There is documentation and witness evidence to prove that a few thousand people were transported from TII to Majdanek, which had the capacity to accommodate, feed and clothe those prisoners.
All you need to do is provide a similar level of evidence for the other c840,000. Half a dozen witnesses, one record and a location that could accommodate, feed and clothe the people is all you need.
I am not demanding a full itinerary for every person and exactly what happened to them. You lie that I demand that as a way to excuse yourself from finding any evidence at all.
Yep, keeping Nessie and his theory that the little boy rode his tricycle to the moon on ignore seems the most reasonable course of action.
You have agreed that the Germans could build gas chambers etc. Your only objection is that some of the witnesses said things about the gas chambers etc that you think improbable. Your argument is the equivalent of arguing that if a witness does not describe how a machine works in great detail and accuracy, therefore that machine cannot have existed. Yours is a stupid argument, which only die hard deniers like you fails to see.
You then demand we believe that the boy cycled to the moon, without any evidence at all. It is physically impossible for the Nazis to have transported, accommodated, fed and clothed millions of people, some for over 4 years, without leaving any evidence at all. Only die hard deniers refuse to acknowledge the impossibility of keeping millions of people hidden away. How could the Nazis even afford to accommodate, feed and clothe so many people, without them doing any work?