Wolf Blitzer, the CNN news anchorman, has traveled to Auschwitz (*yawn*). In 300 years, will Americans still be hearing about Auschwitz? Yes! The Jews have made “Holocaust” remembrance a religion in the West. WWII is now only a footnote to the Holocaust story. As if the Nazis had any choice in sending Jews to Auschwitz. Jews were a big security risk for Germany (and for all White countries, and they still are today). Most of them were communists, and the ones who weren’t communists were nonetheless subversive in other ways. Of course Jews were shipped off to concentration camps. Logic demanded it. By the way, it was Jews (i.e., the Soviets) who perfected the concentration-camp system via the “Gulag.” Germany merely copied parts of it from them . As for “human gassings” at Auschwitz: that’s pure baloney. Most dead inmates at Auschwitz died from either disease, malnutrition/starvation or perhaps hanging if they were hard-core criminals. However, many Jews survived Auschwitz, which tells you that it wasn’t a “death camp” per se.
 a Jew, Naftaly Frenkel, was considered to be the godfather of the perfected Soviet concentration-camp system, which was run by the government agency called the “Gulag,” an acronym for “Main Administration of Corrective Labor Camps and Labor Settlements.” It figures that an instrument of terror was perfected by Jews and blamed on gentiles