You have stated why you do believe the evidence, you have not proved it did not happen. Big difference and one you fail to spot.
Just because you're an ill educated innumerate fool who can't understand the math of how the hermetically sealed gas/vacuum chambers are an impossibility or why the M&H draglines couldn't have dug the mass graves as claimed by CS-C doesn't invalidate such proofs.
Small numbers selected on arrival to work does not make TII a transit camp.
Nessie tries to minimize the fact that there's proof that thousands did transit through Treblinka by claiming that they were "selected for work". Which of the deportees specifically said that they were "selected for work"? What about the deportees who made no mention of any specific skills whatsoever?
Nessie claims that a handful of alleged cremains of unproven origin is proof that ~850,000 cadavers were cremated but the testimony of very credible witnesses that they and at least 10-15,000 other deportees left Treblinka alive and in good health is dismissed as just "selections for work."
Nessie claims that we must take the word of a Polish partisan, Zabecki, and a Polish train conductor as absolute, unquestionable proof that nobody except the 10-15,000 deportees who were "selected for work" left Treblinka in departing trains. Both Zabecki and the conductor somehow managed to miss seeing those 20-25 occupied trains. Just a little (heh-heh) "oversight".
You expressing your reasons why you do not believe the narrative, is not evidence it did not happen. You need evidence from witnesses, documents, forensics etc to prove what happened.
The principles of gas, volume and pressure have been established for almost 400 years by Boyle's law. Witness testimony isn't going to change that. The principles of geometry and trigonometry have been established since the times of Euclid and claims by your "witnesses" aren't going to change them. The laws of thermodynamics are well established and the magic Jew barbeque isn't going to change them, either. None of those principles are going to change to suit an innumerate fool.
The witnesses speak to arriving at the TII station, being selected to work and then leaving the camp.
Bullshit! Specific witnesses spoke of spending anywhere from overnight to eight days at Treblinka. I suppose that you're claiming that they just camped out on the loading dock. Of course they entered the camp.
As far as why I debunk the claims of your witnesses, it's to prove that they are lying about the hermetically sealed gas/vacuum chambers, lying about the 10X25X50 meter (or larger) graves and their lies about the magic Jew barbeque.
No cremains, no graves, no holyhoax. Finito. End of story.