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Originally posted by andre18
For arguments sake lets say it didn't happen, i've always wondered if so - what happened to the 6,000 000 jews that apparently didn't die? If they weren't killed by Nazis then what happened to them? 6 million people should be able to be found in records if these people were still alive....
Buying in to this nonsense equals "taking the red pill" and "traversing paradigms"?
And my conclusion was that holocaust deniers can play with numbers all they want. Take a million off the six million figure. Take two million. That still leaves four million people slaughtered.
Hatred is what drives them. Hatred of Jews. Hatred of anything that's different in their eyes...if it weren't Jews, it'd be gays. If it wasn't those groups, it'd be something or someone else...
Drop it down another million if you want, makes no difference, it was still genocide carried out by sick murdering bastards on the grounds of racial/religious predjudices.
Using your logic, I take it you believe no one died in WW2? You weren't there, and the evidence presented by history obviously isn't enough, right?
Or is it just the jews that apparently didn't suffer? If so, I wonder why you derived that conclusion.
Playing with numbers is no justification.
So here's my question to those who say it didn't happen...what the Hell happened to all of those that are missing?
The two Kapos that beat me daily, using a heavy wooden baton they called ‘Herr Doktor’ (The Doctor) were both fellow Prisoners, both were Jewish, one from Hungary and the other was, I believe, a Ukrainian. I was often witness when they dragged other hapless prisoners from their cells onto the ‘Appelplatz’ and beat them to death with ‘The Doctor’. So whenever I meet a ‘ Camp survivor’ now, I look him deeply in the eyes to see what sort of a ‘survivor’ they are....whether they were really a Prisoner just like me, or whether they were one of the many ‘Privileged’ ones who survived the war being more inhumane to other Prisoners than the Germans ever were.