a reply to: Xcathdra
Firstly, I did not "accuse" you of anything. I made an observation. If the shoe pinches a bit because of it, that is not my problem. Perhaps you
need to do some soul searching if you applied that to yourself in the negative.
What you provided, is not what I asked for. I asked for emperical evidences. The definitive list. Scientifically verified with date, cause, reason.
You want to remember the names? So do I. What are they, and how did they die? Help me honor them.
Likewise, those that claim parts of "Confessions", clearly in error (like a 25 million claim), yet accept the rest of it, are not very reliable.
So, I'm sorry, your links do not qualify or meet my expectations to satisfy me. Others have dissected those "proofs" in books, research, etc. Far
more than we can discuss on this forum, or paste thousands upon thousands of pages. I narrow it down to thus. Who had access to the typewriters
after the fact? It is also ironic you bring up Himmler. Hitler called him a traitor in his last letter. But, I digress.
Now let me make myself clear. I'm neutral about this subject. I have seen evidences presented from BOTH sides of the isle. Some arguments, are
absolutely devastating to eyewitness accounts given during statements and trials. Some statements made were absolutely preposterous, unbelievable,
and violate known science. Likewise, others statements, are devastating to the Hitler was a misunderstood angel crowd, as they were labor/slave like
camps. So, in my view, I think both sides are wrong.
I'm willing to state that the truth, is probably somewhere in the middle. Do you have an issue with neutrality?
See, I've accepted this fact: Clarity is the only reality.
So, let's prove it once, and for all. Support gathering of empirical evidences, from all sides involved. Chemical, biological, forensic, physics,
testing, re-creation of the camps in 3d models using autocad and the blue prints, photo analysis for doctoring, etc, etc, etc.
Balls in your court. Anyone seeking truth should NOT be scared of what I just said. All sides should be happy to oblige, as it would put the issue
to bed, once and for all.
Are you game? Or will you just blow it off, as a waste of time?
As for the rest. I'm still waiting for our lesson in pre-war history, namely 1933 and an event surrounding currency.
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