Post by been_there on May 20, 2022 10:56:13 GMT
All attempts at genuine critcal re-evaluation are just pissing in the wind with the current generation of qualified historians. Too much is at stake for them to concede what a crock it all is. Perhaps some courageous soul will publically concede once they have retired and can’t be punished economically. But that is unlikely as reputation is just as important as economic survival.
All premised on the notion that Hoess was just "bad with dates". First we have to start with a mindless assumption and then everything else flows from that. A more educated Nessie style rebuttal. Gibson is pissing in the wind.
And Nick Terry’s extremely erudite attempts at making sense of the discrepancies is ironically further proof the whole narrative is a collosal deception.
Here is part of Nick-and-the-numbers first reply:
Many other SS officers within the RSHA - Wisliceny, Novak, Mildner - identified December 1941 as the turning point, having picked up on Hitler's prophecy and correlated this with the start of the true world war plus the start of more serious actions. Others like Jeckeln and Heuser knew of Wannsee and saw this as the start of the Europe-wide FS [Final Solution]. The consensus was for the turn of 1941/2 and not earlier like Höß and Eichmann claimed, regarding non-Soviet Jews.
Which appears to be a variation on Hilberg’s desperately ludicrous ‘telepathy’ explanation:
... ... ...
But what began in 1941 ...came about not so much as a plan being carried out, but an incredible meeting of minds, a consensus — mind reading by a far-flung bureaucracy.
In response to Gibson’t first demolition of Nick’s cultish regurgitation of the deeply flawed narrative, Nick defends himself with this:
Nick has clearly never served in the military. He demonstrates yet again how detached from the reality of war the defence of this H atrocity propaganda has become.
...You misunderstand my argument, it isn't just that he is bad with dates. He comes across as someone who wants to be seen as obeying orders, which is a common problem among interrogated Nazis.
These H-cult believers seem to think that military personel during war do not risk courtmartial and punishment if they don’t obey orders. 🙄