There are two possible reasons why there are no records of daily mass departures;Turnagain wrote: ↑Fri Jan 17, 2020 5:06 amNessie wrote:IOW, it depends on whether the lack of evidence is either pro or anti holyhoax.On its own, without any other evidence, the lack of transport records does not mean anything. Together, with the evidence that there were no mass daily transports back out of the camp, that lack of records is now explained by the lack of transports.
1 - there were no daily mass departures to record
2 - there were daily mass departures and all of the records were lost or destroyed.
There is evidence of 1, not 2. That tells us that 1 is the reason.
It is not just those two who speak to empty trains leaving. The witnesses who speak to being selected to work speak to only small numbers leaving, numbers that would not fill all of the trains. Then, no one who worked inside the camp speaks to mass transports back out of the camp. If TII was a transit camp, I would expect multiple witnesses from inside TII who spoke to people arriving, being processed and then put back onto the trains. They would have to leave the camp before the next lots arrived, since it is such a small camp.So, we're supposed to take the words of the partisan Zabecki and the drunk engineer as proof of the trains leaving Treblinka empty. That includes the trains that left Treblinka with deportees.I have already shown you what evidence I can find online to prove it.
No answer for Norm then. Gee, I wonder why.
All of the witnesses speak to no mass daily transports back out of TII, not just the Polish rail workers.