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  • happygambler34 happygambler34 Dec 8, 2012 1:28 PM Flag

    Never Forget

    December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001

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    • December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001

      Why? What happened on those days?

      P.S.: Today is Dec. 8, so apparently Cumgobbler already forgot Dec. 7. He must have been busy gathering the names of all those Ohio counties where Obama won 100% of the vote.

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      • P.S.: Today is Dec. 8


        I remember Pearl Harbor and 9/11/01 every day of the year.

      • Dec. 8 is a much more important day anyway.

        First of all, it is the day that Lincoln announced the start of Reconstruction, which would turn the South into the North's beeyotch forever. Best thing ever!!

        Second, it is the day that the Notsis started exterminating people at the Chelmno camp in Poland, via use of gas vans. More than 150,000 people were killed there. Now of course Crackeress will scream insanely that there is no "proof," but 3 people did manage to escape and testified at various postwar trials, and also were interviewed on tape for the movie Shoah. The Notsis did their best to hide evidence by using slave labor to dig up all the bodies and burn them later (and then killing the work crew), and also destroying the camp and killing the local mayor's family when he complained about the camp. But word still got out.

        Moreover, both Adolf Eichmann and Rudolf Hoess testified to the use of gas vans at Chelmno, which they saw with their own eyes.

        In May 1960 Eichmann testified during a (the?) first interrogation (following his capture) by the Israeli police captain Avner W. Less:

        "Eichmann: I only know the following, that I have seen the following:

        A room, if I remember exactly, perhaps five times as big as this one here, or it could have been four times larger. Jews were in it who were ordered to undress, and then a van drove up which was completely sealed; at the front (of the room) the doors were opened and the van drove up to a kind of ramp so to say. And there the Jews had to then get in. Then the van was closed and drove off.

        Less: How many people did the van hold?

        Eichmann: I don't know exactly. I was not even able to observe it. I didn’t look into it the whole time. I couldn't do it, couldn't, I had enough of that. The screaming, and, and, I was too excited here and so on. I also told that to Müller during my report. He didn't profit very much from my report. I then followed the van – carefully, with one of the people there who knew the way; and there I saw the most horrible sight I had seen in all my life until then. The van drove up to a lengthy pit, the doors were opened and corpses thrown out, the limbs so flexible, as if they were still alive. Were thrown into the pit; I still see a civilian there pulling out teeth with pliers; and then I beat it. Entered the car, and beat it, and didn't say any word anymore... I was fed up. I just remember that a doctor there, in a white coat, told me to look through a peephole when they were in the van. I refused. I couldn't, I couldn't say another word, I had to leave.
        Then I arrived in Berlin and reported to Gruppenführer Müller. I told him exactly the same as now, I couldn't tell him more... `Terrible,’ I say, `that inferno, can't, it is, I can't do this,’ I said."

        Rudolf Höß about his visit in Chelmno, on 16 September 1942:

        "During my visit in Kulmhof I saw the extermination installations with the gas vans which were prepared for killing by exhaust fumes. The chief of the command there described this method as very unreliable because the gas was produced very irregularly, and often was not enough for killing."

        Poor Crackeress -- I guess she'll have to claim that gassing people in vans was to cure typhus. Baaaa ha ha ha

    • Immediately following happyAlzheimer's admonishment to "never forget."

    • sandale111 Dec 8, 2012 2:16 PM Flag

      "December 7, 1941 and September 11, 2001"

      Retard, people have been dying since the beginning of humanity. So why then do you think the deaths on those days were Man-made?

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