The Viennese were standing and laughing. ‘Finally they got the Jews out!’ ” Ms. Ungar,
who was born Mina Tepper ... recounted in video testimony."
Rebuttal: Assuming Ms.
Unger's account of the Viennese "standing and laughing" as the Jews departed is even true, dare we ask why
the Austrian-Germans were so happy to see the Jews being deported? "Youse guys" (New Jerseyese for the plural
of you) must have done something really bad to piss-off the famously polite and civil people of Austria. What
might that have been? Hmmmm?
the "victims" -- eh? The images above are from 1933, a full 9 years BEFORE most Jews and Communists were interned
during World War II.
journey across a wintry Europe can now be traced on a database that documents about 1,100 transports, searchable by train
(or boat or bus) or victim’s name.
Rebuttal: How about some tears for the 5 million Germans booted out of their homes after World War I; or the 15 million
forced out after World War II? At least the Jews had sheltered transportation. The poor Germans were forced to march westward
while exposed to the elements and marauding gangs of communist partisans.
Slimes: A project of Yad Vashem,
Israel’s Holocaust memorial and research center, the database sheds new light on the cross-border, Europewide nature
of the stages leading to the mass extermination of some six million Jews, known in Hebrew as the Shoah.
Vashem. eh? That's the greasy bunch that ordered Amazon to ban "The Bad War," along with at least
80 other "offensive" books. Where are the actual remains of these "six million" TM
bodies? Oh, that's right. There were turned into ashes in a handful of crematoria the size of pizza-ovens.
Slimes: “Very often people think of the Shoah as something that took place in the camps
and killing sites in Eastern Europe from a geographical perspective,” said Joel Zisenwine, who has directed the “Transports
to Extinction” project since 2008. “By focusing on the transports, I think we provide a more precise image of
the Final Solution.”
Rebuttal: So, the Jews
were "transported" to the camps? Wow. That's interesting. We never knew that. We just figured they flew into the
camps by flapping their arms. Ya learn something new every day.
1- Dutch Jews boarding a train bound for an internment camp.
2 & 3 - Japanese-Americans were also interned
by FDR. The only difference between the two events was that the Japanese-Americans had never expressed any hostility towards
their adopted country.
“In Paris, Amsterdam or Salonika, people may not have witnessed mass murder,” he said, “but they did witness
Jews being marched to the train station.”
Rebuttal: This is
really getting ridiculous.
Slimes: On arrival at the Skirotava station in Riga, the deportees were told that
they had to walk miles to the ghetto, and that those unable to make the distance could take buses instead.
So, the big bad genocidal Germans were considerate enough to allow elderly Jews to ride buses instead of walking the last
few miles? That was nice of them, eh?
Slimes: Yad Vashem researchers
said the vehicles were not buses but gas trucks, and their passengers were murdered.
Rebuttal: Ah yes.
Of course. That explains it. The old "the-bus-is-actually-a-gas-chamber-on-wheels" trick. Those clever Germans!
Half a dozen researchers are beginning the next phase: mapping the transports in Eastern Europe, where documentation is
harder to come by.
Rebuttal: What exactly
does the "mapping" of the transports prove? No one had ever disputed that Jews and Communists (plenty of overlap
there!), as a temporary wartime security measure, were placed in internment camps as enemy aliens. Show us some
forensic or documentary evidence of the Holohoax -- not "transportation routes."
He described one of the sisters — it was not clear which — approaching the commander of the camp, showing him
an identifying document, saying she was the sister of Sigmund Freud and asking to be given light office work. The commander
said there must have been a mistake and told her that in two hours there should be a train to Vienna.
was nice of the big bad Germans, eh?
Slimes: “She could leave
all her valuables and documents here, have a bath, and after the bath she would receive her documents and a travel permit
to Vienna. The lady, of course, went to the bath house, from which she never returned.”
Rebuttal: Ah yes.
Of course. That explains it. The old "the-bathroom-is-actually-a-gas-chamber" trick. Those clever Germans!
we must concede about the Tribe -- they sure do produce some funny comedy writers!
Jewish guy walks into a bar and asks if he can use the bathroom......"
1: I read an interesting piece in the New
York Times today about the transport routes used during the Holocaust.
2: I can't imagine the horror the 6 million Jews must have felt -- not
knowing what or where they were being shipped to.
Boobus. It couldn't have been sso bad. Check out these Yiddish yentass ssinging in a choir at Ausschwitz. "
(It's not what it seems, Sugar. You see, unbeknownst to the choir, the conductor is actually releasing
Zyklon B gas from his baton.)