Ridiculous. The "lack of train records" gamut is all Turnagain's. No one is using any "lack of train records" for any "proof" of anything - other than Turnagain.been-there wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:04 amGood observation. One that devastates any claim to credibility of this H-defending troll from Moronia.Turnagain wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 5:58 amYou claim that the lack of records doesn't prove that substantial amounts of wood/fuel weren't shipped to Treblinka to cremate the victims but the lack of records does prove that that Jews didn't leave Treblinka. My, such consistency. So it goes in holyhoax la-la land.
no extant records of train transportations prove only that, that there are no extant records. Whether it is transportation of people or wood for pyres.
This simple point is lost on 'true-believers' as they are not interested in historical accuracy but instead are dedicated to buttressing a cherished belief-system against rational analysis.
It's psychotic, cultish behaviour.
100s of thousands of Jews (men, women, and children) were taken out from the ghettos thousands per day by the Germans. Many of their clothes and other belongings ended up in Majdanek. Most of those Jews were unfit for any work. There's no evidence of over a million unfit for work Jews being resettled by the Germans to somewhere after they were taken from the ghettos - which were entirely vacant after the German clearing out of them.
"Lack of train records" is a horseshit argument of flippant ignorance.
The German army all rode bicycles to the moon. It is only a lack of records of that which keeps me from proving it!
BT has serious mental blind spots about which side is arguing what.