1 April, 2011

Soldier Sneaked Into Nazi Camp O’ Death – Twice!

Posted by Socrates in Holocaust, holocaust racket, Holocaustianity, Socrates at 12:46 pm | Permanent Link

Big deal. I once met a guy who was gassed 8 times at Auschwitz. He told me that it was a good thing he was only half-Jewish, or else they would have gassed him 16 times.


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  7. 20 Responses to “Soldier Sneaked Into Nazi Camp O’ Death – Twice!”

    1. Miller Says:

      Jews in fabricating the so-called holocaust have created a boy-who-cried-wolf scenario in which no one will believe them when we really begin to exterminate them.

    2. Mary O Says:

      “My life depended on 50 cigarettes — 25 in, 25 out. He (the guard) could have shot me easily.”

      The diabolical NS camp guards were determined to exterminate the entire Jewish race, but pro-Jewish British spies were free to come and go as they pleased from the “death camps” for a small fee.

      We are often told that Asians hold great reverence for the elderly, treating people over 60 with great deference and respect. In White culture, we see the exact same tendency.

      When I try to explain that the Holocaust is just Stalinist propaganda, women will often ask, “What about all the stories (which they have heard on Oprah)?” Stating plainly the elderly “survivors” and “witnesses” are just plain liars is difficult and violates a taboo. How could I be so mean to a bunch of pathetic old people? After all, they are so helpless and vulnerable.

      In truth, elderly people can be dishonest, and if they had criminal tendencies in their younger days, age itself will not reform them. Sometimes elderly people employed in retail will rip the store off, changing prices for their friends, or snatching merchandise, and then try to play the “ditzy little old lady/gentleman” card if they are caught. Elderly customers sometimes shoplift as well.

      So this propaganda tactic is quite interesting. How do we counter the testimony of the “elderly victim”? Maybe if we dig deeply into their background, we could find dubious or criminal episodes in their past?

      This guy was a spy: not unusual for spies to come from less than respectable family backgrounds with links to organized crime.

    3. Mary O Says:

      If this tale isn’t a whopper …


      Horrifying story of a hero of the death camp
      Reviewed by David Smith

      27 Mar 2011
      The Man Who Broke Into Auschwitz, Denis Avey with Rob Broomby, Hodder & Stoughton
      The chilling slogan at the entrance to Auschwitz III – Arbeit Macht Frei (work will make you free) – is ingrained on former English soldier Denis Avey’s memory, years after he disguised himself in the uniform of an inmate and sneaked into the infamous death camp.
      The experience haunted his sleep for decades. So too, did the image of a baby being punched to death in its mother’s arms, and a skinny lad beaten to a pulp by a SS officer for being Jewish. Avey, enraged, called the officer subhuman and took a pistol-whipping to the head for it. This was Avey fighting back against the injustice he could do little to stop as a British POW based next to Auschwitz, and why he risked his life to bear witness to the killing factories of the Third Reich.
      He recalls bunking down with other inmates in their horrendous sleeping quarters at night: “I struggled to breathe. It was stiflingly hot and there was the putrid smell of ripening bodies. Auschwitz III was like nothing else on earth; it was hell on earth. This is what I had come to witness, but it was a ghastly, terrifying experience.”
      Avey is a natural raconteur who maintains a sense of proportion in describing his story of the journey from civilisation to the most horrific place on earth: “It was the worst thing you could do to a man, I realised. Take everything away from him – his possessions, his pride, his self-esteem – and then kill him. Kill him slowly.”
      Born in an Essex village in 1919, Avey’s tale begins joining the army in 1939, fighting in the desert campaigns of North Africa before being captured in an attack on Rommel’s forces near Tobruk in which his best friend was killed.
      On his return home after the war he suffered post-traumatic stress, and felt tremendous guilt for being captured and forced to do manual labour in Auschwitz that directly helped the Nazis. British civilian society simply did not understand the atrocities of war. The reason he is now telling his remarkably honest story after six decades is his belief that the horror he lived through could happen again.
      Thankfully, Avey has found a measure of peace in old age. While working on construction of the IG Farben factory near Auschwitz, he smuggled cigarettes and food to Ernst, a Jewish prisoner whose sister had escaped to England before the war. Avey did not believe that Ernst could possibly survive the terrible death march westwards from Auschwitz in the winter of 1945. But Avey’s efforts were to make the difference between life and death. Ernst miraculously survived, a fact that Avey discovered only 60 years later, after the detective work of the BBC’s Rob Broomby, who tracked down Ernst’s remaining family.
      Denis Avey is a hero.

    4. Mary O Says:

      It’s all about the “victims” grabbing cash out of what remains of IB Farben.


      Former Zyklon-B maker goes bust

      The German company which produced the poison gas used in Nazi concentration camps during the Second World War is to file for bankruptcy.
      IG Farben employed thousands of slave labourers at the Auschwitz death camp and its Zyklon-B was used to murder millions of Jews and other prisoners.

      The company is one of the few surviving reminders of Germany’s Nazi past.

      It was stripped of all of its chemical plants by the Allies after the Second World War, but continued to control a variety of other assets.

      Now IG Farben says it is filing for bankruptcy after an investor defaulted on payments.


      The firm’s name will be linked forever to the holocaust and the murder of six million Jews.

      IG Farben manufactured the poisonous Zyklon-B chemical which was used in the gas chambers.

      The firm’s factories included a synthetic rubber plant at the Auschwitz concentration camp where 30,000 people worked until they died or were deemed unfit and sent to the gas chambers.

      Some of the slave labourers were compensated in the 1950s.

      But more controversially, IG Farben refused to join a national compensation fund that was set up in 2001 to pay others who had suffered.

      The company’s shares have remained listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange since the war, an embarrassment to Germany.

      Bankruptcy is likely to bring further disputes though.

      Some have argued that whatever money IG Farben has left should now be used to pay victims of its activities rather than other creditors.

    5. mrcrouton Says:

      So the old kike sees a few shekels to be had by pumping out literary bilge before he checks out and goes to the eternal hymieland in the sky. There is a never ending demand for holocaust movies, books, tee shirts, knick knacks, brick a brack and tea coseys, and this jew wants some of that action!

      Of course he wont embellish a thing about what a hero he was. Oddly he waited til most of the “holocaust survivors” are dead and unable to contradict his memories. But even if the did, it’s against the law to doubt some lying red sea pedestrians accounts of what transpired in the 40’s.

      I always trust a 92 year old jews memory. This book should make great toilet paper.

    6. Tim McGreen Says:

      I always trust a 92 year old jews memory. This book should make great toilet paper.

      These Holohoax fairy tales get more and more outlandish as time goes on. I’m surprised the old demented Jew didn’t claim that he saw Hitler himself (assisted by Eva Braun and the notorious anti-Semite Mel Gibson), stuffing Jews into a giant Easy-Bake oven, laughing diabolically as he did so. Oh well, maybe Mr. Avey will “remember” that unforgettable incident the next time the Jewish press interviews him about his Holohoax adventures.

    7. Tim McGreen Says:

      I’m sure there were many survivors of Japanese, North Vietnamese, North Korean and Soviet POW camps who wanted to share their REAL LIFE experiences with the public (as opposed to those totally made-up Jewish stories), but the Jewish press and publishing houses told them “Sorry, if there aren’t any Nazis in your story, then we’re not interested.”

    8. Mary O Says:


      “Born in an Essex village in 1919, Avey’s tale begins joining the army in 1939, fighting in the desert campaigns of North Africa before being captured in an attack on Rommel’s forces near Tobruk in which his best friend was killed.”

      The Afrika Corps took this guy prisoner in Italian-occupied Tobruk, and then moved him up to Poland to work at Auschwitz?

      Surrender to Germany — See the world!

      Not impossible, but the tale of Brits at Auschwitz seems to be a new layer of Holocaust drivel.


      Auschwitz III and the “death march” away from the camp in 1945 are two new developments.

      But like Jewish inmates, the British prisoners also went on the so-called death march of January 1945, when the camp was evacuated in the face of advancing Soviet forces.

      Little says: “The POWs followed the same route taken by the Jewish prisoners a week to 10 days earlier, which meant that along the way the soldiers saw the dead bodies of many thousands of Jews. They were marching in freezing conditions with very little food. They had to use their own resources to find things to eat. Ultimately, the horse which carried their rations in a cart was slaughtered and eaten.”

      Maybe the purpose of this new embellishment is to address why so few bodies were actually found at Auschwitz relative to the claims. Many thousands of bodies supposedly scattered in the woods? The people trying to escape the Soviet advance were probably Germans.

    9. Mary O Says:

      From the Herald Scotland article:

      Avey is a natural raconteur who maintains a sense of proportion in describing his story of the journey from civilisation to the most horrific place on earth: “It was the worst thing you could do to a man, I realised. Take everything away from him – his possessions, his pride, his self-esteem – and then kill him. Kill him slowly.”

      “Natural raconteur”? Now isn’t that phrase just ever so polite?

      And, yes, they are taking everything away from us, and, yes, it is the worst thing that they could do.

    10. Mary O Says:

      Quote from the original article:

      After surviving the camp and the “death march” at the end of the war, Avey tried to tell the army about his experiences, but when he came up against what he called the “glazed eye syndrome,” he gave up and kept silent for 60 years.

      Can’t we just imagine?

    11. Mary O Says:

      Yet again the tale contradicts itself.

      Now Auschwitz was all ad hoc.



      But why were British prisoners taken to a place whose existence the Nazis wanted to keep top secret?
      “I have struggled to answer that question,” says [journalist Duncan] Little. “It is strange that the Nazis would allow POWs to witness what they were doing. But if you look at the history of Auschwitz, it’s not so surprising. It was built haphazardly and was not initially intended to be a death camp but rather a facility for Russian prisoners of war. It developed into a concentration camp and from there into an extermination camp. It was all fairly ad hoc.”
      The regime of the POWs at Auschwitz was not significantly different from those elsewhere. They received Red Cross parcels and, nominally at least, had the protection of the Geneva Convention, but they had to endure the freezing temperatures of the Polish winter and witnessed the extraordinary suffering of the Jewish inmates.

    12. Mary O Says:


      British soldiers at Auschwitz were allowed some privileges, including their own football team. But their POW status did not make them immune from brutal treatment at the hands of the Nazis.


      So whom did they play against?

      Teams of other prisoners?

      In between being thrown into gas ovens, the Jews took time out for soccer.

      The soccer ball has “England” and some code written on it.
      English prisoners vs. other ethnicity prisoners?

      A wooden fence, not a barbed wire fence around the field?

      Also, the soccer players in the photo look rather older than one would expect from a photo of random soldiers during WW2. That the Germans would allow the prisoners of war to play soccer is plausible, but the completely relaxed affect of the prisoners doesn’t seem right. Maybe this photo was taken in some entirely different context.

      Little feels that the testimony of the British troops is important — particularly in countering Holocaust denial. He says: “They were independent witnesses. It’s an important corroboration of the Holocaust.”

      But they all waited 60 years to say one word?

    13. Howdy Doody Says:

      Hello Mary O, good posting keep’em going !

    14. Mary O Says:

      To Howdy Doody, thanks for the compliment.

      Excellent article by Carolyn Yeager regarding Avey’s tale:

      She points out 7 major inconsistencies within the tale.

      Quote from the article:

      As for Yad Vashem, they have an even more sinister purpose for their “Righteous Among the Nations” than just pushing holocaust horror stories. This program has created for Israel a moral high-ground for Jews, from whence they look down upon and reward Gentiles who have put their own lives in danger to save Jews. This is a subtle, or not so subtle statement that good Gentiles defend and protect Jews. Do they ever say it is the responsibility of Jews to protect Gentiles? Never — this is never brought up at all. Because in their Jewish universe, Gentiles can only be “perpetrators” or silent “bystanders,” while Jews are perpetual victims of Gentiles. No matter what kind of murderous behavior Jews exhibit, this never changes.

    15. WVA8 Says:

      Amazing! This man is a true Spielberg hero! He snuck a camera in and got actual photos of the gas chambers, 6 million really were gassed!

      He was also a wartime food critic at the camps and said how the food was better at his camp than the death factory Auschwitz.

      He was awarded theEitan Levin Goldenberg medal from Hebrew College for bravery when he reported to the allies the evil nazi officer who punched the jew baby to death He noted how cowardly the nazis were that they only beat little babies who couldn’t fight back, and how the jewish baby bravely recited verses of the Talmud and refused to accept Hitler as fuhrer as it was beaten to death.

      Amazing, I see a movie! Next year he’s sneaking into Gaza…. Yeah right.

    16. Tim McGreen Says:

      WVA8, that was hilarious! Very good, sir. Didn’t a commando squad of Jewish babies kidnap Eichmann, too?

    17. Hans Schneider Says:

      Ellie Wiesel/Weasel.. participated in this so called death march to evade the russian army. He made it, despite having a sick foot. So much for ” death march “….

    18. Tim McGreen Says:

      I visited the Nazi Camp O’ Death last summer with Fran and the twins. It was OK, but Six Flags has a better gift shop and more parking.

    19. Aryan Girl Says:

      Found the piece to be laugh out loud funny!
      1/4 jew = 4 times gassed.

    20. Hans Schneider Says:

      I am still waiting for DISNEY Corp. buying Auschwitz ….