There has been much talk of mass murders, gassing of Jews and so on. The Holocaustians of course want the world, well those who know, to continue to support the Zionist cause by German guilt. But is this what really happened? If the Nazis did it then they and the Krauts deserve everything we throw at em, but maybe the truth is somewhat different to the "official narrative".
A clue comes from the Prolific Russian writer, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who in his book The Gulag Archipelago speaks of Russian prisoners of war taken by the Nazis. In Stalin’s eyes those soldiers and other prisoners were contaminated and had no place in Russian Soviet society. When they came back home they were to be sent straight to the labor camps of frozen Siberia. Many Jews followed this path. This includes the Jews found interned in the Nazi Concentration Camps.
Estimates suggest there were approximately 250,000 Jews in the Nazi concentration camps when World War II ended including thousands and thousands of others. Many "liberated" people had no choice but to remain in the very camps where they were imprisoned. Instead of concentration camps they were now Displaced Persons (DP) camps and they were displaced persons. For the time being they were kept in the same camps: this happened all over the Soviet Sector. Some returned to the communist Polish regime when they came back to Poland they came back to pogroms. Literal pogroms. Tens of Jews, if not hundreds, were killed, perhaps thousands.
Jews who found themselves behind the Iron Curtain, especially in Russia, now found themselves under a completely different type of oppression – an oppression in many ways as dark as German oppression. To Stalin anyone who had contact with the pathogen called “the West” was sent to a Siberian gulag a long with the Russian people and soldiers who came into contact with the Germans.
Rabbi Greenwald from Toronto, an enormous Torah scholar, who at one point ended up in Siberia after the war. A Hungarian Jew, he had been forcibly conscripted into a work battalion of the Romanian army, which was allied with the Nazis. He survived a year-and-a-half in that battalion until the Russians captured them, and sent them all to Siberia.
Between the malnutrition and the winter cold, people were falling like flies. At least when they were fighting they had hope of the war ending, the ex concentration camp prisoners now in a Soviet Gulag died of despair. Now, there was no hope, just an end. People were broken in their spirit even before their bodies. Greenwald was told by the Commandant to write a letter explaining how he was forced to work for the Romanians. The penalty for writing such a note was instant execution. Many times guards convinced prisoners to write a small explanation – and then shot them for writing it. Despite the danger, Rabbi Greenwald wrote the note and eventually released.
The Russians today have good reason to support the official narrative, though they do not emphasize the holocaust as much as the West: perhaps this is because they know the truth. The displaced people of Eastern Europe were in their custody.
In December 2001, Ambassador JD Bindenagel, Special Representative of the US Department of State for Holocaust Issues, gave this insight to German publisher Die Zeit
Ambassador JD Bindenagel Special Representative of the US Department of State for Holocaust Issues had been involved in compensation negotiations between the German Government and Jewish interest groups led by The World Jewish Congress and affiliate agencies.
In original German....
Tragischerweise waren in der Nachkriegszeit aber viele Millionen Opfer des Holocaust hinter dem Eisernen Vorhang gefangen. Sie haben das Geld, das an ihre Regierungen ausgezahlt wurde, nie bekommen. Erst nach dem Fall der Mauer konnte man ihnen helfen, Deutschland richtete daher in den 90er Jahren einen Härtefonds für jüdische Opfer ein
It does seem that the Soviet involvement is the real holocaust.