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Nazi-engraved soap free of human remains

Postby kk » 1 decade 8 months ago (Thu Jun 03, 2010 8:21 pm)

MONTREAL - A closer look at a bar of swastika-engraved soap purportedly from the Second World War has confirmed it is not made of human remains.

Analysis performed by a laboratory in southern Ontario specializing in older items reveals the soap tested negative for human or animal DNA, Montreal police said Wednesday.


http://www.metronews.ca/toronto/canada/article/540487--bizarre-bar-of-nazi-engraved-soap-free-of-human-remains-lab-test-shows

YAWN!

And I think it was a "RIF" soap, without swastikas.
(Reichstelle fuer Industrielle Fettversorgung)

Of course, it could have been a recent hoax,a soap recently manufactured, complete with an engraving of Hitler's face.
The article is full of inaccuracies.

To think that bars of RIF soap have been buried with full honours by top rabies in jewish cemeteries,
that will make you understand the insanity of the holocau$t religion.

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Re: Nazi-engraved soap free of human remains

Postby jnovitz » 1 decade 8 months ago (Thu Jun 03, 2010 11:07 pm)

while I don't believe for a moment that this was human soap, I question whether any DNA would survive a process which involves rendering pure fat from animal remains.

So this testing is fairly meaningless.

The Poles had a better idea of looking at the profile of lipids, but they refuse to publish their methodology or describe the signature of how they distinguished human fat from animal fat.
The Hague has also refused to confirm that they actually have a holding of soap to test.

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Re: Nazi-engraved soap free of human remains

Postby PotPie » 1 decade 8 months ago (Tue Jun 08, 2010 7:40 pm)

jnovitz wrote:The Poles had a better idea of looking at the profile of lipids, but they refuse to publish their methodology or describe the signature of how they distinguished human fat from animal fat.
The Hague has also refused to confirm that they actually have a holding of soap to test.


The question is why hide it?


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