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Vox article say's the "Gasoline Bath's inspired Nazi Scientists"

Postby NatSoc420 » 1 month 2 days ago (Thu Apr 15, 2021 10:25 pm)

I've stumbled across this Vox article which made the claim that the El Paso 'Gasoline Baths' "inspired" Nazi scientists into making the "Gas Chambers". Is this article true or is it leftist propaganda?
https://www.vox.com/2019/7/29/8934848/gasoline-baths-border-mexico-dark-history

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Re: Vox article say's the "Gasoline Bath's inspired Nazi Scientists"

Postby Kretschmer » 1 month 1 day ago (Fri Apr 16, 2021 6:26 am)

If this article is seriously trying to present itself as proof that the "EBUL NOTZHEES!!!" were inspired by American "white supremacy" as to further compel gullible white Neoliberals and Social Democrats to revile their own people, I can almost feel pity for the Industry in how desperate it is these days in maintaining interest in its slanderous narrative.

Ignoring the fact that the "gas chambers" story has been utterly eviscerated on this Forum time and time again, there is zero proof in the article that any German scientists were in any way "inspired" by these gasoline baths.

If it is true that these German scientists (who are never named in the article, of course) were inspired by the American gasoline baths and the use of Zyklon B as a disinfectant at El Paso, this contradicts the orthodox Holocaust storyline completely. In what way would the Germans look to a disinfecting pesticide as a means of murdering alleged millions?

The truth is that the Germans, just like the Americans, used Zyklon B as a disinfecting pesticide to combat the rampant typhus epidemics present in their labor camp system. That the Germans allegedly took inspiration from the Americans in this instance makes perfect sense and is wholly believable, once one is informed about what actually happened in the supposed "Nazi death camps."

In other words, Vox shot themselves in the foot yet again.
"In all of mankind's conflicts involving deaths by chemical warfare, pesticides were the ideal weapon of choice" - said no chemist or historian ever. :lol:

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Re: Vox article say's the "Gasoline Bath's inspired Nazi Scientists"

Postby HMSendeavour » 1 month 1 day ago (Fri Apr 16, 2021 7:05 am)

The only thing this article does is point out that Zyklon B is an insecticide. That's what it's always been used for, both before and after the Germans allegedly gassed Jews with it. Big deal. Just because someone at some point could have killed someone with Zyklon B, doesn't mean it becomes something other than what it is. Like, say instead of Zyklon B the Germans allegedly used hammers to kill Jews, and then some article from Vox more than 80 years later says that "the Nazis" were inspired to kill Jews using hammers because the structures built on the US/Mexico border were build using hammers. So what? The principle use of a hammer doesn't change, it doesn't become a device used for murder, it's still a device used for building. The same goes for the insecticide Zyklon B.

The entire implication is ridiculous anyway. When someone takes 'inspiration' from something, it's usually because it's unique in some way. Disinfecting people with Zyklon B wasn't uncommon, or novel and Americans certainly weren't using Zyklon to gas Mexicans or something. So what exactly were the Americans doing that was so unique that the "Nazis" were supposed to have gotten inspired from? The use of a commercially available and commonly utilized poisonous substance? Nonsense. Again, someone could kill another person with a fork and then say they were inspired to do so after seeing someone eating with a fork. That doesn't make the use of forks a mortal sin, let alone make the person eating with the fork responsible. Even if the Germans did gas Jews, that wouldn't be the fault of the Americans because they were innocuously using an insecticide the way it was intended.

This article is rubbish.
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Re: Vox article say's the "Gasoline Bath's inspired Nazi Scientists"

Postby Rockartisten » 1 month 1 day ago (Fri Apr 16, 2021 9:22 am)

HMSendeavour wrote:The only thing this article does is point out that Zyklon B is an insecticide. That's what it's always been used for, both before and after the Germans allegedly gassed Jews with it. Big deal. Just because someone at some point could have killed someone with Zyklon B, doesn't mean it becomes something other than what it is. Like, say instead of Zyklon B the Germans allegedly used hammers to kill Jews, and then some article from Vox more than 80 years later says that "the Nazis" were inspired to kill Jews using hammers because the structures built on the US/Mexico border were build using hammers. So what? The principle use of a hammer doesn't change, it doesn't become a device used for murder, it's still a device used for building. The same goes for the insecticide Zyklon B.

The entire implication is ridiculous anyway. When someone takes 'inspiration' from something, it's usually because it's unique in some way. Disinfecting people with Zyklon B wasn't uncommon, or novel and Americans certainly weren't using Zyklon to gas Mexicans or something. So what exactly were the Americans doing that was so unique that the "Nazis" were supposed to have gotten inspired from? The use of a commercially available and commonly utilized poisonous substance? Nonsense. Again, someone could kill another person with a fork and then say they were inspired to do so after seeing someone eating with a fork. That doesn't make the use of forks a mortal sin, let alone make the person eating with the fork responsible. Even if the Germans did gas Jews, that wouldn't be the fault of the Americans because they were innocuously using an insecticide the way it was intended.

This article is rubbish.


And if you consider that the crematoria was a slow process an elevator ride away, or like in Majdanek if I remember correctly, 1,3 km away, then a hammer in the crematoria would be more efficiant. But most efficiant would probably be to get inspiration from a shepard dog. Dig a hole, herd everyone there, fill the hole. I truly see the ridiculousness of the gas chambers now when I have allowed my brain to process the logistics, if I can call it that. The bottlenecks in the process makes the gassings completely useless. Your hammer in the crematoria would be easier and get the same result with less work.

It was the nazi, in the crematoria, with the hammer.

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Re: Vox article say's the "Gasoline Bath's inspired Nazi Scientists"

Postby Hektor » 4 weeks 1 day ago (Mon Apr 19, 2021 4:32 am)

NatSoc420 wrote:I've stumbled across this Vox article which made the claim that the El Paso 'Gasoline Baths' "inspired" Nazi scientists into making the "Gas Chambers". Is this article true or is it leftist propaganda?
https://www.vox.com/2019/7/29/8934848/gasoline-baths-border-mexico-dark-history



It's leftist propaganda. And no surprise, since it comes from Vox.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vox_(website)

Ironically it hints at artifacts found in concentration camps to be hygiene devices and not built for the purpose of immigration.

Of course they want to use association dark psychology here to bite back at Americans that oppose open border policies.

Didn't those leftist threaten to go to Canada, when Trump becomes president? Why not Mexico?


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