Top: Jewish Holocaust: Jewish Holocaust Media Lies, Frauds, Black Flag Ops, and Hoaxes: Analysis of a Flimsy AP Holocaust Article on Nov. 25, 2005
By Robert Xavier
The holocaust article concerns 3 objects amateurishly unearthed from a field--a child's ring, some gold coins, and a twisted pair of glasses.
What the reporter and his interviewees come up with are not scientific, nor are the "amateur archaeologists" who found them.
The article begins with several verbalized prosaic heart throbs which allude to the death of a child, saying, "A child's ring. Twisted reading glasses. A few gold coins..." This is an obvious attempt to alert the reader that the reporter will be bringing pure Jewish emotion into his reporting, something which usually is forbidden in objective journalism, but which is an acceptable rant for the holocaust. This is an emotional piece that sails into the world of conjecture and illusion.
Lucas then refers to "the findings" and says they "show how the doomed Jews furiously dug into the grassy mound with their hands to bury what personal possessions they had with them before they were murdered in the camp's gas chambers." These statements could not be based upon the slim archaeological fact that a few gold coins, a single pair of twisted glasses, and a child's ring were found on a grassy hillside. After all, these objects could have been placed there by a robber. They might have been dropped by a Catholic during a picnic. Perhaps the twisted glasses were lost there, having fallen from the pocket of a Polish or Russian soldier in 1949, and they were bent by footsteps and sank into the soil during rainstorms over the past 60 years. We simply have no way of knowing. In fact, these could be objects that belonged to a German or an atheist and not to any Jew whatsoever.
How would we know?
Yet these statements are made as though they are truly evidence of some sinister atrocity.
Yaron Svoray, an Israeli journalist whose rusty tin cup has been ensconced in the holocaust myths eagerly spun by unsuspecting reporters, says, "these objects" have "value as a human story" which is "immeasurable." Svoray might have added, "but only to a person with a creative mind like my own and a yearn to spin the evidence to support a preconceived prejudice."
A critic worth his salt would be tempted to say that to be honest they have no value, because we don't even know the circumstances of how they were left there. They may, in fact, have nothing to do with the holocaust story. As mentioned before, they just could have been lost there and sank into the ground on their own over 60 years, as happens.
An American named Matt Mazer who organized the project, perhaps with a lot of funding from Jews says ludicrously, "This is where the testimony led us. We get to reconstruct a crime scene of one of the greatest crimes of humanity."
Do we really get to do that?
Perhaps we do, if we want to pretend that we know what we are talking about. To an honest mind, however, it might be surmised that the investigation is less than forthright. The participants are eager to find evidence of something about which they know very little. To prove the not provable, they are forced to use willing witnesses, many of whom may have previously fabricated a large part of their testimony as has been proven in the case of many accusations at the Nuremberg Show including the one that the German SS killed the Polish soldiers at Katyn Forest. In fact, the Russians who put on the Nuremberg Show knew full well their own Jewish-run defense forces, the KGB, were the ones who murdered their Polish prisoners and that the Germans had nothing to do with it.
It could be surmised that, if only the skeleton of a small dog were found in that hilly soil, that the story might be that the unfortunate animal was cruelly killed by a German. If that didn't work out, the story could surmise that a nine year old Jewish child buried his poor dead pet there or that the dog was killed and eaten by Jews because they were being starved by naughty Germans, etc.
Let's face it. These artifacts have no meaning, unless they are artifically tied to artificially constructed statements in the artificially run Nuremberg Show.
The reporter says, "Some 235,000 people died here, according to the camp museum." What did they die of? Disease? Old Age? Lack of food? The reporter does not say. Instead, he hurls an anti-Catholic accusation, that suggests that Catholics could care less about Jews, especially dead Jews, in the statement, "People occasionally cross the camp on their way to the adjacent Roman Catholic cemetery, unaware of what the ground still holds," as though the Catholics are so cold hearted, that they could care less about Jews, never investigated, and would have no feelings one way or the other, or that they were just stupid Pollacks.
The reporter evidently feels that murder took place here, suggesting that the testimonies of Jews arrested by the Soviets who ran the Nuremberg Show were correct and that the small building said to be a "gas chamber" could really be used to murder 235,000 persons, even though it would have poisoned everyone whenever it was opened and the gas poured out, because the gas that they said had been used was heavier than air and would have sickened all the workers in the labor camp for miles around on an hourly basis and as though the Red Cross observers who were there every minute of the day wouldn't have noticed a strong smell of insecticide and people dropping dead all over the camps, including the Red Cross workers themselves.
Lucas then quotes Svoray, "To their horror, on the far right side there is a gas chamber, and on the far left side there is a crematorium. It's rather obvious what is going to happen." Pathetically inept as his spin on the subject is, Svoray puts his tongue deeper into his cheek when he says, '"And so they dug "with their fingers or with a spoon or something else." Again, Svoray's dangerous imagination has completely over-ruled his judgment.
You have to ask, "Oh, Really?"
How does Svoray know this?
Surely, Svoray must be psychic.
Unfortunately for everyone concerned, Svoray is not finished.
He says, "The story became bigger than us once we actually proved that, in a field that everyone thinks they know everything about, there are still some hidden stories."
(Including, perhaps, the real stories behind how these objects really got there?)
Svoray finally says something with honesty in it when he remarks, "somehow the objects and the story that the survivors told when linked to the objects gives us another perspective on the unknowable."
The key word here is "unknowable." Everything in the story is "unknowable."
This is exactly what the non-story here does. It gives us a perspective that is indeed unknowable.
Linking sometimes false testimony with objects is no way to achieve certainty or truth. It is merely a vehicle for twisting archaeological findings with stories and myths which are truly unknowable, which is Svoray's meaning when he says his interpretation of the objects is "another perspective on the unknowable."
So, there we have it all. The story lacks any merit, as do the amateur archeological diggings.
In fact, these are just objects in a field and nothing more. We have no bodies with arrow points in them to indicate violence. All we have are innocent items that are lost every day of the week. You don't need to have a labor camp nearby to have them.
If an object like a child's ring is found in your own back yard, it is not an indication that you have gassed a child and cremated her body in your basement to conceal the evidence. The same is true of all of the other objects in this article including the gold coins and the bent glasses. Their proximity to the labor camp means nothing.
Only by twisting this story so as to connect unconnected objects with questionable testimonies, many of whom were later disproved by the real facts as in the case of the Katyn Forest lie can the story be amply distorted into a typically flimsy holocaust balloon that easily loses its air and collapses of its own weight.
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Jews' items unearthed from Nazi death camp
By Ryan Lucas
The Associated Press
Posted November 25 2005
LUBLIN, Poland · A child's ring. Twisted reading glasses. A few gold coins: scraps of personal dignity, hurriedly buried in a last act of defiance to keep them from falling into Nazi hands.
Israeli archaeologists helped by survivors are writing a new chapter in the terrible history of the German death camp at Majdanek, Poland, by excavating grounds long thought to be empty.
Their findings show how the doomed Jews furiously dug into the grassy ground with their hands to bury what personal possessions they had with them before they were murdered in the camp's gas chambers.
The objects aren't worth much financially, but "the value as a human story is immeasurable," said Yaron Svoray, an Israeli journalist who made his name infiltrating neo-Nazi groups some 10 years ago.
"This is where the testimony led us," said Matt Mazer, the American who organized the project and produced a documentary film about it. "We get to reconstruct a crime scene of one of the greatest crimes of humanity."
Barbed-wire fences now surround empty fields and the few barracks still standing at the camp. Some 235,000 people died here, according to the camp museum. The crematorium's brick smokestack stands on a small hill. People occasionally cross the camp on their way to the adjacent Roman Catholic cemetery, unaware of what the ground still holds.
For two years, Svoray collected survivor testimony and researched the site. He then teamed up with Mazer to form Historical Media Associates, and with private financial backing from America came to the camp this fall to dig. Four Majdanek survivors now living in Australia accompanied them.
It turned out that Majdanek's Middle Field 2, which in 1943 had been a gently sloping stretch of grass, still had stories to tell. In the spring of 1943, about 15,000 Jews from the destroyed Warsaw Ghetto arrived in the camp on the outskirts of the eastern Polish city of Lublin. The camp administration couldn't process the sudden influx, so they were dumped in the fenced-in field to await "selection" -- separation of those to be immediately killed from those to be starved, beaten and worked to death.
Family members and friends talked and hugged during their brief respite.
"To their horror, on the far right side there is a gas chamber, and on the far left side there is a crematorium. It's rather obvious what is going to happen," Svoray told The Associated Press in a telephone interview from his home in Caesaria, Israel.
And so they dug "with their fingers or with a spoon or something else," Svoray said.
The team of amateur archaeologists, led by an Israeli, Yoseph Palath, carved out a checkerboard grid on a small portion of the field, then started sifting through the soil.
They found the first item -- a semiprecious stone for a ring -- toward the end of the first day. By the end of the three-day dig they had collected more than 50 items, which they turned over to the camp museum.
"The story became bigger than us once we actually proved that, in a field that everyone thinks they know everything about, there are still some hidden stories," Svoray said.
Mazer said he plans to return in the spring, but feels the dig has already made an important contribution to the camp's history, and more generally the Holocaust, during which some 6 million Jews died.
"It provides yet another way for us to try to understand," he said, "and somehow the objects and the story that the survivors told when linked to the objects gives us another perspective on the unknowable."
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