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  1. Treblinka conclusion
    Chapter X:
    Conclusion
    In 1987, Robert Faurisson wrote the following noteworthy lines:
    “‘Shoah’-business will continue to prosper. The Holocaust Museums
    are going to multiply and Holocaust propaganda will continue to invade
    the high schools and universities. The concentration camps will become at-
    tractions comparable to Disneyland. […] Tour operators are beginning to
    calculate the profit they can derive from these places, at which there is in
    reality nothing to see but where, as a result, they will fill the void with
    ‘symbols.’ The less there is to see with your eyes, the more they will give
    you to see in your imagination. From that point of view, Treblinka is an
    ideal place. Everything there is symbolic: the entrance to the camp, its
    boundaries, the railway line, the access ramp, the path to the ‘gas cham-
    bers,’ the ‘open air funeral pyres,’ and the sites of the ‘chambers’ and ‘fu-
    neral pyres.’”
    Yes, Treblinka is, in fact, the most fitting landmark of the ‘Holocaust,’ a
    mirage of a million-fold genocide in gas chambers, of which not the slightest
    documentary or material trace exists and about which we would know nothing
    without the tales of a handful of ‘eyewitnesses’ – in sharp contrast to the real, irrefutable suffering of the Jewish people during the Second World War.
    It is deeply symbolic that the most important Treblinka ‘eyewitness’ by far,
    Jankiel Wiernik, and the most prominent representative of all of the orthodox
    historiography about that camp, Yitzhak Arad, are blatant falsifiers. By means
    of a bold manipulation of the November 15, 1942, report produced by the re-
    sistance movement of the Warsaw Ghetto, in 1944 Wiernik converted the embarrassing ‘steam chambers,’ which characterize the first phase of the Treb-
    linka atrocity propaganda, into ‘gas chambers,’ and thereby laid the corner-
    stone for the legend of the ‘gas chambers of Treblinka,’ which were subse-
    quently transmogrified by orthodox historiography into ‘established historical
    fact.’ But compared to this harsh judgment on the Jewish cabinetmaker from
    the Warsaw Ghetto, we must come to an even harsher judgment on the Israeli
    Professor Arad, who is guilty of the gravest of all offenses against the com-
    mandments of scientific ethics: the conscious falsification of source material.
    That Jewish circles, above all others, defend the historically and techni-
    cally absurd story of ‘extermination camp’ Treblinka with tooth and claw can
    be explained without difficulty by the pressures, to which these people are
    subjected.
    From the beginning of the ‘Holocaust’ propaganda, Auschwitz has had first
    rank and Treblinka second; there has always been far less discussion of the
    other four ‘extermination camps.’ Since the end of the sixties, the flagship of
    the Holocaust Armada, Auschwitz, has been under an uninterrupted barrage
    from revisionist researchers. Due to this pressure – invisible to the public but
    enormous – the advocates of the orthodox version of history have been constrained to keep reducing the number of victims of this camp. In 1990, the
    administration of the Auschwitz Museum withdrew the four million figure of
    Auschwitz victims – which had in any case never been accepted by Western
    historians – and replaced it with one and a half million; in 1994, Jean-Claude
    Pressac, celebrated by the media as the leading Auschwitz expert, again re-
    duced the number drastically, to between 631,000 and 711,000. The latest
    retrenchment of the front in this ongoing retreat came in May of 2002, when
    Fritjof Meyer, one of the editors of Germany’s largest news magazine, Der
    Spiegel, wrote in the geopolitical German magazine Osteuropa, with reference
    to allegedly new research results, that ‘only’ half a million died in Auschwitz,
    which is still an exaggeration by at least a factor of three.
    An even more drastic revision has been achieved for Majdanek: in 1944,
    the figure of one and a half million murdered was given for that camp; in
    1948, Polish historiography set the total number of victims at 360,000; but at
    the beginning of the nineties, the number was reduced to 230,000; Raul
    Hilberg assumes in his standard work that only 50,000 Jewish prisoners were
    killed in Majdanek.
    According to the laws of mathematics and sound human reasoning, this
    massive reduction in the number of victims for Auschwitz and Majdanek
    should have resulted in a corresponding reduction in the total number of
    ‘Holocaust’ victims, but no: the mythical six million figure must be upheld at
    all cost!
    Under these circumstances, the proponents and beneficiaries of the official
    historiography can never give up the ‘extermination camp’ Treblinka, with its
    750,000 to 870,000 people ‘gassed,’ since to do so would amount to a final
    dismantling of the current version of the fate of the Jews during World War II.
    And the other ‘pure extermination camps’– Belec, Sobibór, and Chemno –
    for which the evidentiary material presented is of similar ‘quality,’ would
    have to take their leave from real history together with Treblinka.
    That the official view of Treblinka increases respect for the Jewish people
    can be justly questioned, for one of the cornerstones of this picture is the slav-
    ish cooperation of the victims with their executioners. Does it really do credit
    to Jewish honor if their fathers and grandfathers marched into the gas chambers of Treblinka like a herd of sheep, without giving a thought to escaping or
    resisting? Can one feel respect for the 1,000 Jewish workers of Treblinka, who
    – always according to the orthodox version of history – assisted the 30 to 40
    SS people and 120 Ukrainians day after day in murdering many thousands of
    their co-religionists, never warned them of the fate awaiting them, and acted
    as loyal accomplices to their tormentors to the very end, in full awareness of
    their own impending death?
    The American revisionist Bradley R. Smith has commented upon the ap-
    pearance of the barber Abraham Bomba in Claude Lanzmann’s film Shoah, in
    which Bomba describes how he cut the hair of 60 to 70 naked women in the
    16-square-meter large gas chamber of Treblinka. After Lanzmann had asked
    Bomba what he felt when he saw all these naked women for the first time, the barber replied:
    “I felt that accordingly I got to do what they … [Germans] … told me, to cut
    their hair.”
    Smith says in response to this:
    “There you have in a nutshell how eyewitnesses to the gas chamber
    atrocities typically describe their behavior. They did whatever the Ger-
    mans or anyone else requested of them. […] In the neighborhood where I
    grew up men who behaved like Bomba claims he behaved would have been
    spit on. In the upside-down world of Holocaust survivordom, however, the
    Abraham Bombas are seen as martyrs and even heroes.”
    Historians who are interested in facts will not allow themselves to be de-
    terred from pursuing the many still open questions of Treblinka by Bomba’s
    monstrous fantasies. Above all, it is entirely unclear where the Jews deported
    to Treblinka ultimately wound up. That Treblinka served as a transit camp is
    proven, but for the most part we are still in the dark as to the details (the number of those resettled, their destinations, and their fate during the war and afterwards). In coming years, it is to be hoped that the improving access to archives in the successor states of the Soviet Union will make it possible for re-
    searchers to shed more and more light into this darkness. When we speak of
    researchers, we of course mean the revisionists, for their opponents will hardly
    be doing such work.

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