Turnagain wrote: ↑
Mon Jan 11, 2021 12:21 am
Stamp your feet and shriek all you want, Nessie. You can't excuse all of the holyhoax liars with the tired claim of, "It wuz a misunder/overestimation".
I have shown you evidence as to how witnesses are poor at estimating, so it is not unreasonable those who estimate do get the numbers wrong. Kremer had access to the actual numbers when he worked at A-B, so he gives precise figures. There is no over or under estimation in his testimony.
The Germans built specialized machinery for handling Z-B and entire buildings for delousing clothing and bedding. Claiming that they would resort to utilizing ad hoc buildings and throwing the Z-B willy-nilly through windows to murder millions is asinine.
Modifying kremas, to utilise the Leichenkellers, was planned, as shown by the documentary evidence from the construction department at A-B.
You seem to have no idea of just how ridiculous the weak suck claims of such as Bendel sound to rational people.
What is far more ridiculous, is that you believe millions of Jews were not gassed and somehow, somewhere lived under Nazi control, from 1941-45, without leaving any evidence of that happening at all. Then, at the end of the war, the Soviets found mostly empty camps and the western Allies liberated camps with tens of thousands, not all of whom were Jews. That you ignore all of those missing people and pretend there is no need to evidence what happened to them, is not rational.
Evidencing with witnesses and documents as to the work done to create gas chambers in the Kremas, would be sufficient evidence for any rational person.
That's before you attempt to excuse his lies. Yes, eyewitnesses do make mistakes. No, they don't mistake a car wreck for an airliner crash. You attempt to defend the indefensible and end up playing the fool; living in holyhoax la-la land.
Bendel did not confuse a car crash for a plane crash. He under estimated the size of the gas chamber and over estimated the number sent to each chamber, which is, as I have proved, normal.