Meaning you are dodging his testimony because the only supposed fault you can find is his description of the engine, because you struggle to find a V8 Soviet engine.Turnagain wrote: ↑Mon Oct 19, 2020 11:03 amNessie wrote:There is more wrong about Fuchs' testimony than just his misidentification of the Soviet engine but I said that I would give you a mulligan on him.I have named and quoted Fuchs and Gley and we have discussed in detail Wiernik, Rosenberg and Rajchman.
That is not true. Both used rails on a concrete platform and wood to start the fire.Gley was in Belzec and his description of a MJB doesn't even come close to what is described at Treblinka.
That they vary in the size of graves is down to individual estimations. That they vary in the number will depend on what graves they were referring to in that point of their statement, was it all of them or just the main ones next to the gas chambers, or the ones in the Lazarette?As far as Rosenberg, here's what the World Jewish Congress has to say about him:Neither Wiernik, Rajchman nor Rosenberg can even agree on the size or number of graves....he witnessed every aspect of the extermination process.
When witnesses do not collude with each other, such variations are to be expected. it is normal.
I come up with witnesses, I explain why their evidence can be believed and you just dismiss them.As much as you blow smoke and bullshit, you still can't come up with two witnesses who tell a coherent, reliable account of the alleged homicidal events that supposedly took place at Treblinka. None of your alleged eyewitnesses can give a coherent account of how the hermetically sealed gas/vacuum chambers operated, how the mass graves were dug and stockpiled, how whole bodies were exhumed and how the MJB functioned let alone two of them.
That has been done multiple times. I have gone through their words with you and explained what is hearsay and why and why Rajchman said what he said. You just ask to do the same thing again and again and again to stall the debate and avoid other witnesses you struggle to apply your logical fallacies to, or you condemn as liars even though you have never read what they have to say.If that's the case, you shouldn't have any problem quoting what Bomba and Rajchman actually said.The hermetic sealing is not the issue you think it is. Bomba did not see a vacuum in use, his is hearsay. Rajchman said that an attempt to just pump out the air did not work and he thinks the air was pumped out before the gas was pumped in, which is a mistake. You then equate hearsay and mistakes with lying, which no court or investigation does.
It has been explained to you on numerous occasions that;Nessie then posts a voluminous list of so-called witnesses but very carefully avoids quoting any of them. Can't weasel dodge when faced with the actual words of the witnesses. Doesn't leave any room for "hyperbole" or "exaggerations" or just some little (heh-heh) "mistakes".
1 - few of the witnesses evidence is available online
2 - you cannot dismiss witnesses you have not even read
Where is your evidence TI did not take prisoners for just a few days? You have no evidence they stayed for a few days in TII. But believing without any evidence is standard for denier hoaxters.Treblinka I was a penal facility. You don't get sentenced to overnight or even eight days in a prison facility. Oh well, the eeevul Narzis "COULDA" made a mistake and sent those three on to T-I after the rest of the train disembarked at T-II and the three deportees "COULDA" just got confused about where they were. Yeah, that's the ticket, just another one of those fortunate little "mistakes". So it goes in holyhoax la-la land.No they do not. They are not as specific as that. They just say they were at Treblinka. There was more than one camp at Treblinka.