It is Mattogno's claim the graves would be easy to find. So why did he do nothing to find them?Werd wrote: ↑Fri Oct 11, 2019 10:34 amAll "where did they go" questions are being ignored as we already have topics for that. Nessie's repetition of fallacies and reversal of burden of proof (mattogno takes the blame for the court refusing to easily locate the bodies in that one case)rollo the ganger wrote: ↑Fri Oct 11, 2019 9:48 am
Here we go again. Nessie is arguing about what is NOT in the book rather than what is in it. And now he's whining that it should contain ALL the evidence that exists. Maybe Nessie is suggesting Mattogno's book should also contain the Arolsen Archives and everything contained in the archives in Russia.
Not it has not. Mattogno lists graves he claims would be easy to locate, but he has not located any of them.... is also being ignored as it has already been refuted.
I say jump back and deal with this;PART TWO chapter 1.8 is coming up. After that rollo, I'm sure we can say that points 2,3, and 4 will have been covered in your 5 point bullet point list in the OP. For 1 and 5 I think we should get into the origin of "1005" as Mattogno sees it, also from part two of the book. What say you?
How big is the forested area?Werd wrote: The only forested area? As in ONE POSSIBLE AREA? Wow. That's narrowing it right down! So we have pinned it down to the one and only forested area where it could have been. Sounds like the alleged graves have been localized and would be easy to locate and excavate. When Nessie denies this basic logic - If A then B. A. Therefore B. - he is lying. But then again, that's what quote mining, context shifting trolls do.
How about, within 100m, Mattogno or you locate the graves.
Stop dodging, you are heading for your second humiliating defeat after your claims that the Nazis resettled Jews in safe areas away from the EG and partisans, but you could not evidence any or name where they were.