I've already given you the witnesses, so why are you asking again ? Just to waste time ? Why you suddenly have developed a fixation for Poliakov is a complete mystery. I can't remember putting him forward as a witness to the smells , can you ? You really are one hell of a confused individual aren't you ?Turnagain wrote: ↑Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:07 pmLOL! Who, pray tell, are these witnesses? Those pillars of credibility, Wiernik and Rajchman? How about Vassili Grossman? How about Poliakov who you cited? The guy who quoted Gerstein right down to the CO producing diesel engines. Gerstein himself? Nope, ol' Gerstein is down the memory hole but his disciple, Poliakov is still going strong. Give us some names of witnesses you consider credible and links to their statements.Das Prussian wrote:
I don't need them to prove anything. I have enough witnesses to prove cremations and burials occurred and that serious stenches were present . And all these witnesses were knocking around Treblinka a lot longer than your video fly-by-nights, who were just passing through by all accounts.
Now compare my witnesses to yours, you don't even know half their names and you are relying on what they did not say in a snippet of an interview !!!!! And you do this while keeping a straight face ??? Christ this is so f****** desperate its untrue .
Firstly you didn't originally say this, secondly there is no other evidence so how can it be 'more evidence' ? Thirdly this isn't even evidence. So what else you got ?Turnagain wrote: ↑Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:07 pmMy argument is that the absence of odors of burning flesh is more evidence to support the fact that the magic Jew barbeque was a fantasy and no wholesale cremations of Jew's cadavers took place at Treblinka. The claim that the lack of odors is stand alone proof of no cremations at Treblinka is YOURS, DP, not mine.Das Prussian wrote:
Question : What exactly is your argument if it is not to prove the absence of cremations of dead bodies ?
Why ? Because that would be better evidence than the rubbish you have originally presented, that's why !Turnagain wrote: ↑Mon Jan 28, 2019 7:07 pmWhy? You have the interviews of those who didn't mention any noxious odors so if you want to refute that, go for it. I'm waiting. Remember, no graves, no exhumations, no magic Jew barbeque and NO noxious odors. Learn it. Live it. Get over it.Das Prussian wrote:
Give me some interviews where the Jews categorically say they did not witness or notice cremations or any nahrrsty odours and then we can take it from there.