From: John de Nugent <johndenugent@
Date: Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 2:05 PM
We just learned that the metal structure "Arbeit macht frei" ("Liberation through Work") above the portal of the main camp of Auschwitz was stolen two days ago, under the blind eye - in the dark at 4 o'clock in the morning - of a surveillance camera ...
But you'd be wrong: Three valuable items were stolen before this big sign!
[Zyklon-B] is used for the disinfection of ships, silos and dwellings as well as for the destruction of pests. It is still manufactured today in Frankfurt-on-
Main. It is sold in Western Europe, in Eastern Europe, in the United States and nearly everywhere in the world.
Hydrocyanic gas is highly poisonous and very dangerous. One milligram per kilogram of body weight is sufficient to kill a man. In a closed place it will poison a man in several seconds and will kill him in several minutes. A man can lose consciousness and die by absorbing the gas through the skin.
This gas sticks to surfaces. It sticks not only to the skin and to the mucous membranes to the point of penetrating them, but it also sticks to wood, to plaster, to paint, and to cement, and it penetrates them. In an ordinary place where these materials are encountered, the gas cannot be ventilated after use; it is necessary to be contented with a natural airing-out process, which lasts nearly 24 hours. (source: http://www.ihr.
org/jhr/v02/) v02p312_Faurisso n.html
DRAW ME A SKETCH OF A REAL WORKING NAZI GAS CHAMBER. IT MUST BE ABLE TO KILL, NOT INSECTS ON PRISONER CLOTHING, BUT HUNDREDS OF JEWISH HUMANS AT A TIME, VENTILATE THE PLACE, AND MOVE THEM OUT IN MINUTES!
|Illustration 1: Door to a real human-execution gas chamber for a single person in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1954, using the same 1930s technology the Germans had. The execution of a single person with hydrogen cyanide is much more complicated and dangerous for the environment than fumigating clothes.||Illustration 2: One of the three doors of an alleged NS gas chamber for the execution of hundreds of persons at once with Zyklon B (hydrogen cyanide) at the crematory "Krematorium I," Auschwitz, Poland, early 1940s. This door is neither sturdily constructed nor air-tight. (Note the keyhole!!) The top of the door is breakable glass -- and opens inwards, yes, into the room where allegedly corpses were piling up. This is German engineering? [source: http://www.vho. |
"You know, I saw this with my own two eyes -- the gas chambers in original condition! I saw the introduction of pellets of Zyklon-B through the ceiling! I saw the thick blue cyanide on the death chamber walls!"
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