Nessie wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 31, 2020 4:46 am
The photos on their own do not prove what type of camp Sobibor was.
The body language of the officers, the women and the Trawniki guards show normal people doing normal activities with nothing to do with horror. The horror is only a part of the fraud you are involved in.
The point being made is that whilst there is indeed no photograph of mass graves, or people queuing naked outside the gas chamber, or of mass pyres, but since such photography was forbidden, that is not surprising. But, there is also no photo of transit camp activity either and that was not forbidden. There are plenty of examples of Nazi photos of people boarding, exiting and being transported on trains. The arrival of the Hungarian Jews at Birkenau in 1944 is the most famous example.
This is because there were no mass graves and no suggestion of any, that too is within your head. In such a secret operation any photography would be forbidden; the Security Polizei would have arrested this man.
It makes sense that criminal activity of mass murder was not photographed. It does not make any sense that the non-criminal transportation of people was not photographed.
This is mere speculation with nothing to back it up. Conjecture means nothing.
What the Sobibor photos show is how the camp was laid out. They show that the fences were covered to restrict the view. That is odd compared to any other camp. Normally fences are kept open and clear so that guards can easily patrol and watch them.
No what is odd is how old the trees are inside the perimeter; this is not a camp a few years old. There are many reasons for high hedges and none of them are to do with mass murder. Once again that is speculation and mere conjecture, not aligned with the normality of the photos.
The photos also show Nazis who can be identified and who were part of the T4 euthanasia project. They were people who had proved themselves capable of stomaching killing others considered as sub human.
So what, euthanasia is currently legal the Netherlands, Belgium, Colombia, Luxembourg, and Canada. It is likely to be legal soon in NZ. At the time it was legal in the Reich as it should have been.
Then there is what can be seen above the covered fences. Apparently a chimney and excavators are visible.
Chimneys. There was no crematoria at Sobibor. Narrative says "After the killing in the gas chambers, the corpses were collected by Sonderkommando and taken to mass graves or cremated in the open air".
The excavators could be there but that means absolutely nothing.