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Postby vincentferrer » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sat Mar 11, 2006 6:24 pm)

I intend to attend a Faber talk, if possible, and would like to ask him some blunt questions.

One will be: when did you enter Auschwitz ?
Does anyone have any other questions.

I assume he might answer one or two, before the old antenna goes up.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sat Mar 11, 2006 7:51 pm)

I intend to attend a Faber talk, if possible, and would like to ask him some blunt questions.
Does anyone have any other questions?

Ask him how much money he has made from his book of lies.

Then ask him if he has ever considered getting psychiatric help.

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Postby vincentferrer » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sat Mar 11, 2006 11:35 pm)

I am thinking of asking him when he was in auschwitz, then ask him if he ever met Alma Rose........ shut up and wait for his answer.

She was a well known occupant of Auschwitz, the orchestra leader, and spent about 14 ? months there.

Wonder if I get a blank stare.

Auschwitz ALSO had a Dentist. I could ask him if the DDS in Auschwitz gave him any advice of those last two teeth, the Nazi's somehow did not knock out.

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Postby ASMarques » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Mar 12, 2006 2:04 am)

Ask him if those Jews that pushed their children, wives and old mothers into the gas chambers did so just because they were told to, or because they felt threatened themselves. Also if he feels they are entitled to collect survivor's money.

If you do it with one or two tears in your eyes, the audience may well side with you. Then say you refuse to believe in such vile antisemitic stories. It's what I call the Bradley Smith survival shock treatment.

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Postby Haldan » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Mar 12, 2006 10:17 am)

Just a couple of questions which could be asked:

What age were you when your body weight supposedly was 72lbs? [apparently less than 14 years old; so the weight isn't exactly mind nubbing.]

Why did the Germans allow you to be a witness of their supposed crimes (such as drenching people in gasoline and putting them on fire)?

Did you personally see your brother being hit by a red hot poker in his left eye? If the answer is 'yes' you could ask him; Why did the Germans not insert a red hot poker in your left eye? Did they not care about witnesses to their supposed crimes?

Why do you say “You can teach your own children to love, don’t teach them to hate.” -- whilst you are teaching utterly sick hate in classrooms and every other place where there might be children? Does this not contradict your little mantra?

Why weren't the alleged 'gas chambers' efficient? Surely a gas chamber must be more efficient than pouring gasoline over people and then setting them on fire? Can you please describe, in detail, how the gas chamber you supposedly helped operate, functioned and what the actual routines were?

How did you like the John Demjanjuk trial? Could you possibly tell us more about your testimonial which you gave during this trial? Was it riddled with false accusations, just like the other 'eyewitnesses' who testified there?

When you hear of people who don't believe in your accusations, you say: “I’m used to it.” -- I am sure you are. You are probably so used to lying by now that you cannot understand the difference of truth and lie.

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Postby PLAYWRIGHT » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Mar 12, 2006 12:53 pm)

In a previous post, Vallon found the info that, according to his number, he arrived in Auschwitz around November 5, 1943, so that's not really a mystery.

I'd point this out to him items from that article.

"Later, in England, Faber was reunited with his sister Rachel, the only other family member to survive World War II. Rachel had left their native Poland prior to the war and was smuggled into Great Britain."

Why would anybody be SMUGGLED into Britain BEFORE the war? Britain was not allowing Polish refugees into the country BEFORE the war began. Smuggled means she went there illegally and covertly – HOW? What organization was doing this BEFORE THE WAR BEGAN?

Romek, who had served in the Polish army, received the harshest treatment – the agents blinded him with a hot poker. “But he never revealed the information the agents sought,” Faber said. The younger Faber knew nothing of the mysterious blue file and the agents let him go. But not before tying him to a chair, knocking out most of his teeth, and pushing him down a flight of stairs. He never saw his brother again.

What does he mean, “Let Him Go”? Last we heard, he was in Gestapo hands and tied to a chair. They just let him go? Somebody associated with “The Blue File”, that was never found? They didn’t send him to prison to be questioned further? Does anybody’s police force, much less the Gestapo, looking for covert enemies, ever JUST LET A SUSPECT GO HOME? A possible saboteur and partisan?

"By this time – late 1942 — most of the people in the building had been killed. One day Faber went scavenging in the empty apartments and discovered jewelry the German soldiers had missed. That night, he snuck out and went to a nearby farm, where he traded the jewelry for a chicken and some eggs."

The Tarnow Ghetto is well described. There was a nightly curfew, it was fenced and guarded, and nobody was allowed in or out without a pass. Yet in just one night, Faber leaves the ghetto, walks who knows how many miles to a farm, and finds a mild-mannered farmer still awake. The farmer, who is Polish, doesn’t recognize Faber as a Jew and turn him in for the reward, but instead is raring to engage in trade – though he just could have killed the 14 or 15 year old Faber and kept the jewelry. Faber then walks who knows how many miles back, and comes back into the ghetto before sunrise without being challenged. It was that easy?

"But while he and what remained of his family enjoyed their meager feast, they failed to hear the boots. As the Nazi’s kicked in the door, Faber crawled beneath a sofa and hid. His mother and five sisters were caught, however, and shot to death."

You gotta hand it to those Nazis. Smart enough to invent jet aircraft, but they never think to check under the sofa.

"Faber hid in the building for several more days, but ran out of food and water. Then one day he heard a voice from a loudspeaker commanding all Jews to give themselves up or starve to death. He gave himself up. "

Why would he give himself up? HE SAID HE SAW HIS MOTHER AND SISTERS SUMMARILY SHOT! And, he already said he could magically enter or leave the ghetto at will. What was stopping him from escaping and finding another farm?

"All told, he was held in nine concentration camps, including Auschwitz, the notorious death camp in Poland. There, because he spoke German as well as Polish, the Nazis forced Faber to assist them. He had to punch holes in cans of Zyklon B pellets that were used to gas the Jews. "

Nobody was allowed to handle Zyklon unless they had passed the DEGASCH training course, and no prisoner was ever allowed to handle the stuff. Also, you did not “punch holes” in the cans, you used a special tool supplied by DEGASCH. Simply punching holes in the can, you’d end up killing yourself.

After each group had been killed, he had to extract any teeth containing gold fillings and collect jewelry from the bodies.

A direct lie.. The names of all Sonderkommando survived the war and were listed by Danuta Czech in 1958. Faber’s name is not on that list. ... erzeichnis

At at the time, he was between 17 and 18 years old. Teenagers were set to that work?

"That’s when Faber learned his brother had been “the brains” behind an efforts to block shipments of heavy water from Norway to Germany for use in manufacturing atomic bombs. The details of that resistance effort were contained in the “blue file” the Gestapo had wanted so desperately. "

Another Direct Lie and a titanic one! His brother would have had no idea what heavy water was for. When his brother was killed – when was that? 1939? 1940? - the significance of deuterium for nuclear moderation was known only to a handful of people in the U.S., Britain, Italy and Germany. Shipments of heavy water were blocked by a British-backed Norwegian resistance group, supplemented by British commandos, with the first attempt on February 27, 1943, long after Faber’s brother was dead. Poles had nothing to do with it.

Norwegian Heavy Water Sabotage ... r_sabotage

Also, check out Faber’s timeline. Faber was 13 in 1939, 14 when his brother was killed. Norway did not enter World War II until April 9 of 1940, and was not secured until July of 1940. By December of 1939, Faber and his family were well locked up in the Tarnow Ghetto, where they would have had no contact whatsoever with Norway. Faber’s brother was dead well before any shipments from Norsk Hydro were considered, and probably before Norway even entered the war!

Faber later testified at the trial of John Demjanjuk in Israel.

About WHAT? Demjanjuk was alleged to be a guard at Treblinka or Sobibor. Faber was never in any of those camps. His name doesn’t appear on a list of witnesses. And Demjanjuk was acquitted, so how probative was that testimony, if it ever happened?

There needs to be a law against Holocaust Exaggeration.

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Postby Obersto » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Mar 12, 2006 3:16 pm)

Very informative post, Playwright. This is yet another account that can be added to the list of survivor "classics". I like to imagine where the revisionist stance on survivor stories would be if 98% of them weren't so incredibly sensationalist and abundant in shameless hyperbole.

A fire poker through the least its creative. :lol:
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Postby kk » 1 decade 4 years ago (Sun Mar 19, 2006 9:24 pm)

"The people of Poland had been brainwashed by the Nazis for hundreds of years into believing it was okay to kill the Jews."

Yeah, since the battle of Jerusalem during the crusades. :roll:

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