According to all the "deniers" the alleged Nazi homicidal gas chambers were all too technically infeasible to actually exist; however, to add a serious note to this post, as a "Holocaust" agnostic myself, I think that it is possible that both the "exterminists" and the "deniers" may have been technically mistaken about the actual technical nature of any possible homicidal gas chambers, because it does seem a good humane way to dispose of those Jews who couldn't be used for slave labour, who otherwise just would have died from starvation and disease, or been shot by the Einsatzgruppen. Probably carbon monoxide would be a more humane gas than Zyclon B (used to kill lice, who are tough little buggers!), so, therefore, judging by the above URL, the Nazis should have had Fernando showing them what to do!
The below url is pretty good if you like culture:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NC3s3X ... hs&index=1
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On a side note, I would be interested in seeing the coroner's report whether the victims' bodies were all indeed cherry red or not. You know, just to stir the interest of our beloved FP Berg. Given that the article says:
andPolice on Tuesday said 'extensive forensic testing' would be carried out on the bodies during post-mortem examinations, to establish exactly what killed the family of four.
it ain't looking good in terms of obviousness.On Monday afternoon, police held a press conference and said they were not yet revealing how the family died, but it is too early to be 'coming to conclusions'.
That is the argument being made here?
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