Roberto Muehlenkamp even failed to enumerate one independent spectator overseeing the procedure and methodology of his claimed excavation. All he could show us was two skulls and a Pole smoking a fag. That's what he calls "pioneering research".
- k0nsl
“From 1942 to 1945, at least in Auschwitz, but probably everywhere, more Jews died of ‘natural’ causes, rather than of ‘unnatural’ ones.”
- Arno Meyer, Jewish Professor for European History at Princeton University, U.S.A.
“Wisdom and truth, the offspring of the sky, are immortal; while cunning and deception, the meteors of the earth, after glittering for a moment, must pass away.”
- Robert Hall
‘Holocaust Enforcers’ have to patch the ‘Shoah tale’ daily for it to be believable - the repair work is done on a need-to-need basis and requires only slyness and agility in lying.
- k0nsl
“I was never so close to Hitler as to have him express himself to me on [Nazi extermination camps] . I always thought that [concentration camps] were places where people were put to useful work. Those pictures that you showed me yesterday [of Dachau] must depict things that happened in the final few days.”
- Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring quoted in: David Irving, Göring : A Biography (New York: William Morrow and Co., 1989), p.469.
Holodomor remains the greatest man-made disaster ever recorded, exceeding in scale even the Jewish Holocaust of the next decade.
- S. J. Taylor / Stalin’s Apologist: Walter Duranty, The New York Time’s Man in Moscow, p. 202 (Oxford University Press 1990)
Thanks k0nsl, Remember, ‘those they fear are the ones they fear.’ I think it was Goebbels who said ‘If you wake in the morning and find you haven’t been smeared by the Jewish directed media then you didn’t work hard enough yesterday.’ Nothing has changed. Thanks; it is great to be associated to you. Not sure in the world you are but midnight here. Catch up tomorrow!
- M.W / k0nsl-archive, 2/5/12