Turnagain wrote: ↑
Mon May 03, 2021 11:14 pm
Gley said hundreds of bodies and wood was used.
Are you saying that Gley told the truth about how the magic Jew barbeque functioned? Be specific as in "yes" or "no".
Yes. All of the witnesses agree, the pyres were wood under a grate with the bodies on top and once the wood had set the bodies on fire, the bodies kept burning. The only disagreement is over how much wood was used and how many bodies were on each pyre.
Now we're back to Nessie's usual mish-mash of whines and demands. Nessie fantasizes trainloads of firewood and whines, "Prove that it didn't happen".
Explain the logic in your argument that because no witness mentioned wood deliveries, there were no wood deliveries. Because that argument is a logical non sequitur, the conclusion does not follow the premise. It is not unreasonable that since no witness was specifically asked about wood deliveries and we know wood was delivered for building, that wood was also delivered for the pyres.
He continues to whine about the statements made by the so-called eyewitnesses and why they can't be taken literally. He can't explain how piles of wet guts and body parts can be stacked 20-30 bodies high on the magic Jew barbeque but that's what happened...or something.
You are assuming a clamshell was used.
Are you saying that a bridle bucket was used to exhume the Jews?
No. You can ask me as many questions as you want, the answer is we do not know the make, model and type of excavator and exactly how the bodies were exhumed.
From, "A Year in Treblinka":
The cremation of corpses had been going on in Camp No. 2 while we had been away, but as there were so many of them, the end was not yet in sight. Two more machines for exhuming corpses were brought in, additional fire grates were constructed and the work was speeded up. The fire grates took up almost the entire yard.
Wiernik claimed that a total of three (3) excavators were used to exhume the cadavers. Another "eyewitness" said there were four (4).
So what? The witnesses agree excavators were used, they disagree on how many. If a group of deniers witnessed something and then were asked many years later to recollect what they saw, they would vary in the details. The same applies to all witnesses. The witnesses from the camps are doing nothing unusual when they vary in details.
That is consistent with mass graves.
That isn't even close to 10-12X25-30X50 meter graves.
It is 4m, because that is how deep the GPR went, by 17m wide by 26m long. That is a third of the smaller estimate and half of the higher estimate. The conclusion is that, unsurprisingly, the witnesses over-estimated the size of the graves. The survey has corroborated the other evidence and proved that the Nazis were digging large pits at TII.
Neither did CS-C report any cremains buried in the rabbit holes.
You know why that is. If you don't you have never bothered to read the survey report and that makes your attempt to criticise it laughable and seriously pathetic.
Nessie goes on with his usual "what ifs" and "coulda woulda" but fails to see that trainloads of deportees being sent away from Treblinka is consistent with Jews also being sent to "the east". What is or isn't "consistent" depends entirely on Nessie's narrative.
Small irregular transports going west or south is the opposite of large regular transports going east.
Since the small irregular transports left evidence, it is physically impossible that the large regular transports could have happened without leaving any evidence. Only denier la-la land demands belief in what is not evidenced, over what is evidenced and has to dodge answering numerous questions about its methodology.