"Kicked out of Auschwitz because I was Too Sick to Die!"
6 Million - 3 Million = 6 Million
How to keep the myth of six million going strong. First, be on the lookout for stories that point out inconsistencies in the original "grim" fairy tale. Last Fall, this story came out that stated
"More than one million Jews, gypsies and others deemed "subhumans" by the Nazis were killed at Auschwitz, near the Polish city of Kracow, out of a total six million slaughtered up to the fall of the regime in 1945."
A story that was quickly modified to get rid of the reference of "gypsies and others" dying at Auschwitz, as this story shows.
The concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland was the largest -- at least 1.1 million Jews were killed there.
And another myth is implanted in feeble minds, while the original story is disappeared down the "Memory Hole."
Just ask this Auschwitz "survivor" who was released from the Auschwitz work camp, due to illness
Bartoszewski was imprisoned by the Nazis in Auschwitz in 1940, before it had been converted from a concentration camp into a death camp. He was released after he became seriously ill.
Uhh, excuse my ignorance, but if Auschwitz was truly a death camp, why would the Nazis release someone who had became seriously ill? Isn't dying part of the regimen at a "death camp?"
BTW, the blueprints "found in a Berlin apartment that media around the world were trumpeting as "proof" that Auschwitz was a death camp? Rumors and half-truths floated by media outlets. The plans found were of a forced labor camp, not a "death camp."
The original story about the "find" of death camp blueprints was repeated ad nauseum in the MSM, but this story, that the blueprints were of a forced labor camp, barely showed on the radar.
It's easy to do, when you control the media.
Auschwitz expert: Blueprints found in Berlin not of death camp Nov. 11, 2008
A leading expert on Auschwitz on Sunday denigrated the importance of the finding of plans for the construction of the extermination camp, which was reported this weekend in the German tabloid Bild. He said the documents have been known to scholars for many years and that they were not plans to build the extermination camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau, but rather earlier plans for the building of a forced labor camp.
Van Pelt suggested the plans might be fakes, motivated by the lucrative market in Nazi memorabilia and documents.
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