"Grese’s comments about the alleged gas chambers at Auschwitz are most interesting.
In view of it being time for all good sheeple to be reminded, to accept uncritically and unintelligently, and to be reindoctrinated again with the exaggerations, the demonisations, and the mythological aspects of the genuine persecution of Jewry in Europe during WW2, here is an article with one story of a personal travesty of justice. It is the case of the victor's vengeance and lynching of a young 21 year old women, Irma Grese
You will notice that she met her lynching bravely and with great personal dignity, according to the testimony of her lyncher/hangman. That she wrote to her parents that she went to her death with a "clear conscience", implying that she knew the testimonies against her were false and exaggerated. And you will notice that though serving at Auschwitz she is yet another person who claimed up to her death that she never saw a gas chamber, but remarked that she heard about them from prisoners. Other SS staff also knew nothing about them save what the prisoners rumoured. There is also the personal testimony of an inmate detailing her personal kindness to her.
She never saw a gas chamber, but remarked that she heard about them from prisoners.
Other SS staff also seemed to know nothing about them save what the prisoners rumoured.
Thus, when she wrote SB for Sonder Behandlung in her strength book, she assumed that these people were sent to the rumoured gas chambers."
http://k0nsl.org/blog/detox/a-german-gi ... oic-death/
In light of the above comment, an evaluation of what Sonder Behandlung
actually entailed in reality will be extremely relevant to any genuine conversation of Irma Grese as a prophylactic to the mass repetition of the more mythological aspects of 'THE Holocaust'.
So what did the term S.B. actually, IN REALITY, mean for known individuals in uncontested cases who were at the camp where Irma worked?
Irma G was charged and convicted for crimes against humanity at both Auschwitz and Belsen and for being a participant of an alleged extermination camp
Irma is STILL being used as evidence that people were selected as unfit to work and then gassed using a euphemism of 'sonderbehandlung'
abbreviated to S.B.
, isn't she?
And yet cases of the Franks - who were selected as unfit for work at Auschwitz - DO NOT jive with this 'holocaust' mythology. Bernard, St.Mk? Are you following this line of reasoning OK so far? They were NOT sent to a gas chamber as Irma G says she would have assumed from the prisoner's rumours. The Frank girls were sent to the Bergen-Belsen Erholungslager
Victor Frankl, the Jews he mentions and the testimony of Martin Gottfried Weiss all confirm this 'sonderbehandlung'
(S.B.) Erm... is any of this getting through?
I notice that no comprehension-challenged individuals have commented upon the undisputed evidence for Bergen- Belsen being a camp for 'special' privilege Jewish inmates AND a camp where prisoners too sick to work were brought for Sonder behandling - special treatment
from other concentration camps. They were sent to Belsen to recover
and recuperate. Bergen-Belsen contained no Sonder behandling -gas chambers
Some Jews who had been permitted to be at the camp of Bergen-Belsen as a "special privilege" (sonder behandling)
were charged after the war - via a lawsuit filed by the Jewish community in Thessaloniki - of being collaborators, because of this Sonder behandling - special treatment
The following is excerps from The Belsen Trial transcript regarding the closing argument of Major Cranfield on behalf of Irma Grese:
The evidence of Diament against Grese regarding the latter's responsibility for selecting victims for the gas chamber was vague. Regarding Lobowitz's allegation against Grese, Counsel asked whether, however conscientious the accused was, it was not absolute nonsense to suggest that roll-calls went on from six to eight hours each day? He also threw doubt on the credibility of Neiger's words.
As against Triszinska's allegation concerning Grese's dog, the Court had heard the accused deny that she ever had a dog, and that has been corroborated by others of the accused and by other witnesses from Auschwitz.
Regarding Kopper's story of the punishment Kommando, Counsel referred to Grese's evidence that she was in charge of the punishment Kommando for two days only, and in charge of the Strassenbaukommando, which was a type of punishment Kommando, for two weeks. The allegation of Kopper in her affidavit was that she was in charge of the punishment Kommando in Auschwitz from 1942 to 1944, but in the box she said that the accused was in charge of the punishment company working outside the camp for seven months. In the box she failed to reconcile those two statements. Was it probable that Grese would be in charge, the only Overseer, of a Kommando 800 strong, with an S.S. man, Herschel, to assist her? If 30 prisoners were killed each day, should there not have been some corroboration of this story?
Counsel asked the Court to disbelieve Szafran's story about the shooting of the two girls, in view of Hoessler's statement that the windows of the block in question were fixed windows. The story was told neither in Szafran's affidavit nor even during her examination; she produced it on re-examination.
Commenting on the allegation of Ilona Stein, Counsel asked whether the Court believed, in view of the evidence, that an Overseer had any power to give an order to an S.S. guard? He pointed out that the witness, in her affidavit, said: "I did not hear the order". He doubted also whether Grese could have beaten anyone with a belt as flimsy as that worn by an Overseer at Auschwitz, one of which was produced as an exhibit.
Eleven witnesses had recognized Grese in Court. Of these eleven five made no allegation of any kind against her. This fact threw doubt on the evidence of those witnesses who said that she was notorious, a ferocious savage and the worst S.S. woman.