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The smell of burning bodies.

Post by Turnagain » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:54 pm

Here is Eric Hunt's video of deportees telling of their stay in Treblinka.



Although some of the deportees say that they believe that people who didn't leave Treblinka with them were executed, NONE of these witnesses mention anything about the smell of burning cadavers. There are claims that the stench of burning bodies spread across miles of territory around Treblinka so why is there no mention of the smell of burning flesh by the people who were actually in Treblinka?

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Post by Huntinger » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:57 pm

Your original post got moved. viewtopic.php?f=9&t=3588#p141961.
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Re: The smell of burning bodies.

Post by Turnagain » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:02 pm

Well, let's see what happens to this one.

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Re: The smell of burning bodies.

Post by Nisco » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:17 pm

Turnagain:
Why is there no mention of the smell of burning flesh by the people who were actually in Treblinka?
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At one time we put up a roast beside a large grave, into which more than 250.000 corpses had been thrown. The roast was loaded as usual and lit in the evening. There was a strong wind, and the fire burned so intensely, that it spread to the large opened grave. The blood from a quarter of a million human beings went up in flame and burned until the evening of the following day. All of the leading camp staff came to take a look at this wonder. They marveled at this fantastic fire. The blood rose to the surface of the ground and ignited like fuel.
Maybe blood, in addition to being a first class combustion material, is also a first class odor eliminator?

Maybe the DULLusionalists could tell us what their "magically disappearing jew theory" has to say about this issue?

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Re: The smell of burning bodies.

Post by Trolljegeren » Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:54 am

Turnagain wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:54 pm
Although some of the deportees say that they believe that people who didn't leave Treblinka with them were executed, NONE of these witnesses mention anything about the smell of burning cadavers. There are claims that the stench of burning bodies spread across miles of territory around Treblinka so why is there no mention of the smell of burning flesh by the people who were actually in Treblinka?
I was in the town library reading an interesting article which is related to another post on here as well as the works of Mr David Irving. The first article put foward by Huntinger from the book by Peter Lantos was that Jude were paid for their labours, at least at the start. This was as he stated a law of the land: so there was no "slave labour" but employment albeit in the fields. The second point was Mr Irving who said that there was no official policy to kill Jude but that some SS disposed of people to gain wealth; this was a criminal enterprise. The author of the article I cannot remember postulated that the Jude at Treblinka were paid by the Reich for their Labour: these were popped off by some of the guards who continued to collect their paychecks. The number of Jude murdered if this scenario is correct would only be in the 100s and not the claimed thousands upon thousands. If there were just a 100 or so killed in a criminal activity they could have been burned. As mentioned by myself and others there is no evidence of anything of the scale claimed.

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Post by Turnagain » Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:04 am

Trolljegeren said:
As mentioned by myself and others there is no evidence of anything of the scale claimed.
However, the hoaxers still claim that hundreds of thousands of bodies were cremated at Treblinka. One thing that both revisionists and hoaxers agree upon is that the witnesses in the video are credible, that they were actually sent to Treblinka and from there to other destinations. The only disagreement is about how many other deportees left with them from Treblinka. According to the hoaxers, all of the deportees in the video left Treblinka in 1943, the time period when the cremations were supposedly in full swing. If such cremations were actually taking place, why wasn't the stench of burning flesh mentioned by any of the deportees?

The answer, of course, is that no such cremations took place at Treblinka but I am curious to see what kind of a weasel dodge the hoaxers will attempt to explain why there's no mention of the smell of burning flesh by the witnesses who were transiting Treblinka.

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Re: The smell of burning bodies.

Post by Huntinger » Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:10 am

Turnagain wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 12, 2019 7:04 am
why wasn't the stench of burning flesh mentioned by any of the deportees?

The answer, of course, is that no such cremations took place at Treblinka but I am curious to see what kind of a weasel dodge the hoaxers will attempt to explain why there's no mention of the smell of burning flesh by the witnesses who were transiting Treblinka.
The reason why there was no stench is because it simply did not happen. Nessie of course would then resort to "what happened to the missing Jews". Of course being transit camps they never went their in the first place working at various locations where and when needed. There is the minor issue of thousands and thousands of pine or fir trees that must have been cut down for the alleged burning: none of this was reported either, let alone the magically disappearing ash.
It is highly likely that some Jude were topped by criminals using hatred and war as an excuse to hide their crime. I do not think Konrad Morgan uncovered anything murderous but some SS certainly hanged for various criminal activities.
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Re: The smell of burning bodies.

Post by DasPrussian » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:54 am

How would any reports of smells from burning bodies have any effect on an individual like you , Turnagain ?

There are countless reports of such smells from burning bodies as a result of Nazi attempts to hide their crimes from various locations, but it hasn't meant jack-shit to you or your nazi friends. So what's the point of suddenly bringing it up now in respect of Treblinka ?
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Re: The smell of burning bodies.

Post by Werd » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:56 am

From what I can remember of Mattogno's contributions in part two of "The Extermination Camps of Aktion Reinhardt" reports of burning corpses don't prove anything except, at the most, dealing with people who died during transport or sometime during their time in the camp; whether it be waiting to be transported to other camps, during work, or getting sick from disease which is normal during war.

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Re: The smell of burning bodies.

Post by DasPrussian » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:06 am

Werd wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:56 am
From what I can remember of Mattogno's contributions in part two of "The Extermination Camps of Aktion Reinhardt" reports of burning corpses don't prove anything except, at the most, dealing with people who died during transport or sometime during their time in the camp; whether it be waiting to be transported to other camps, during work, or getting sick from disease which is normal during war.
Which would obviously be Turnagains line of argument if reports of burning were presented to him. So why is he even bothering asking in the first place ?
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