Stop the dodging and respond to the challenges made to you. Show us your proof that these alleged enormous amounts if ash & bones actually exist. These are reasonable, rational questions.
You are being given an opportunity to respond to those that you disagree with, you should welcome that opportunity.
I can't respond to the challenges because. to be totally honest, I've come to understand that my "education" on all things Holocaust is so fundamentally flawed that I don't know what to think anymore. The reality is that not much of anything I thought I knew about the Holocaust is standing up to critical analysis.
It never does. Unfortunately, revisionists are not allowed to excavate these alleged "huge mass graves" to find out once and for all. The "believers" can excavate, do core samples, GPR / LIDAR scans... but don't. Revisionists want to, but can't; they are also prevented from looking through archived documents in some cases and, of course, imprisoned. That really says it all, honestly.
- "Ninety-nine per cent of what we know [about the Holocaust in Auschwitz-Birkenau] we do not actually have the physical evidence to prove... it has become part of our inherited knowledge." (A Case for Letting Nature Take Back Auschwitz , The Toronto Star, December 27, 2009).
- "Over half of the 20,000 testimonies from Holocaust survivors on record at Yad Vashem are “unreliable” [According to archives director & Auschwitz survivor Shmuel Krakowski] and have never been used as evidence in Nazi war crimes trials" (B. Amouyal, "Doubts over evidence of camp survivors," Jerusalem Post (Israel), August 17, 1986)
- "Survivor accounts of critical events are typical of all testimony, that is, they are full of discrepancies. About all matters both trivial and significant, the evidence is nearly always in dispute. In part the unreliability of these accounts derives from imperfect observation and flawed memory, but in larger part from the circumstance that they are not constructed exclusively on the basis of firsthand experience. In order to present a coherent narrative, the author has likely included a large measure of hearsay, gossip, rumor, assumption, speculation, and hypothesis." (Jewish holocaust historian Lucy Dawidowicz, A Holocaust Reader, 1976)
- "The consequence of the absence of any overt documentary evidence of gas chambers at these camps, coupled with the lack of archaeological evidence, means that reliance has to be placed on eye witness and circumstantial evidence." (Judge Gray, Irving-Lipstadt trial, 2000)