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Stonehenge/Auschwitz

Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 6 years ago (Fri Jul 25, 2003 3:12 pm)

Here is a photo of Stonehenge from 4000 to 5000 years old. As can be seen even though it is a rather small structure even after all these thousands of years the ground is heavily scarred from the toils of the ancients.



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Now less than 'Sixty years' ago a pit for a 'one million corpses' to a depth of fifteen foot was dug. Why is it that not the slightest evidence can be found of this. Remember this pit was also dug up twice!

Why can the topographical damage be clearly seen for Stonehenge after 5000 years, yet not a stone is out of place at Auschwitz after only 60 years....Why is that ?

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Postby Turpitz » 1 decade 6 years ago (Sun Jul 27, 2003 3:20 am)

Why can the topographical damage be clearly seen for Stonehenge after 5000 years, yet not a stone is out of place at Auschwitz after only 60 years....Why is that ?


So this should read rather, Why can the topographical damage be clearly seen for Stonehenge after 5000 years, yet not a stone is out of place at Auschwitz for 500,000 after only 60 years, and not a stone out of place at Treblinka for 900,000....Why is that ?


This makes it even worse, because now there are 'two' sites that are supposed to have had massive pit's and there is no evidence for either of them...oh dear!

Does anyone know whether the Germans had machinery (Diggers) to dig these pit's, or was it all done by hand ?


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