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Two (2) guys with shovels and that's it

Postby TMoran » 1 decade 6 years ago (Fri Dec 13, 2002 10:56 am)

What would it take to disprove the Holocaust story?

Two (2) guys with shovels.

The two guys go to say Treblinka. They ask the authorities to point out two places, one where the graves are said to be and one where they weren't. The two guys dig a trench two feet wide and two feet deep in each place. Then the two guys take photos of the cross sections of the excavations and show how the regolithic sequence is the same in each place showing that there was no disturbance to the soil at the place located as having been a mass grave.

Then the two guys go to Belzec ...

Then the two guys go to Sobibor ...

Yup, that's all it would take to slay the Demon.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 6 years ago (Fri Dec 13, 2002 11:53 am)

Similarily, to prove the 'holocaust' as alleged, 2 believers could dig and show us their alleged evidence. Heck, they might even find some buried human soap and human skin lampshades as well.

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Postby Sailor » 1 decade 6 years ago (Fri Dec 13, 2002 12:11 pm)

Pardon my ignorance, but what is "regolithic sequence "? Are we talking here about the different layers of earth formations as built up over the centuries? I can't find the word in my dictionary.

That would certainly be a way to quickly find out whether the ground was desturbed or not. It would be obvious.

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Postby TMoran » 1 decade 6 years ago (Fri Dec 13, 2002 3:01 pm)

Sailor wondered:
Pardon my ignorance, but what is "regolithic sequence "? Are we talking here about the different layers of earth formations as built up over the centuries? I can't find the word in my dictionary.


It's the same as 'regolith'. There are other names for it like 'Horizons' but that's what it means. There are generally three horizons, The top soil then the sub top soil and then bed rock. Cut a cross section and we would see, generally, top soil, dark with organic decompositions, then below that possible sand or clay of a lighter color, then futher down rock fragments from the bed rock being decomposed and then the solid bed rock itself.

Two guys with shovels could actually dig down some ten feet then we would expect to see layers of burned material, charred bone fragments and ash.

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Re: Two (2) guys with shovels and that's it

Postby Scott » 1 decade 6 years ago (Fri Dec 13, 2002 7:06 pm)

TMoran wrote:What would it take to disprove the Holocaust story?

Two (2) guys with shovels.

The two guys go to say Treblinka. They ask the authorities to point out two places, one where the graves are said to be and one where they weren't. The two guys dig a trench two feet wide and two feet deep in each place. Then the two guys take photos of the cross sections of the excavations and show how the regolithic sequence is the same in each place showing that there was no disturbance to the soil at the place located as having been a mass grave.

Then the two guys go to Belzec ...

Then the two guys go to Sobibor ...

Yup, that's all it would take to slay the Demon.

And what all-knowing authority could declare the two locations? If nothing were found where they said it should be, all that would prove is that they didn't know what they were talking about--not that the bodies were not buried somewhere else (if at all).

We don't want to look for something the way a kid "looks" for something and then says it isn't there--only to have an adult find that if it were a rattlesnake it would have bitten.
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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 6 years ago (Fri Dec 13, 2002 7:41 pm)

Treblinkla is a good example - we have "eyewitnesses" which state exactly where the burial site is supposed to be. 2 guys with shovels could dig right where the eyewitnesses have alleged. Heck, these "eyewitnesses" have even drawn maps (see the post: 'mapping of Atlantis' by TMoran) of the alleged sites. Simple. That's how the ground penetrating radar work was done there, the exact location was supplied by the believers themselves....but yet nothing. So, with very little effort we now know that 900,000 Jews were not killed there as the story states.

And that's just the beginning, we have exact locations of the alleged execution/burial/cremation sites for all the camps and other designated places...all supplied by the believers themselves. We can simply hoist them by their own petard. The 'holocaust Industry knows it and that is why they are so desperate to stop scrutiny. Reliance on alleged "eyewitnesses" is simply backfiring on them.

No human remains = no 'holocaust'.

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Postby TMoran » 1 decade 6 years ago (Sat Dec 14, 2002 10:18 am)

Hannover commented:
'Treblinka is a good example - we have "eyewitnesses" which state exactly where the burial site is supposed to be. 2 guys with shovels could dig right where the eyewitnesses have alleged.'

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There are even memorials built right over sites that are supposed to be mass graves.

At Chelmno there is a plot of land delineated by rocks. Dig down there - find nothing but what geological forces have put there over the thousands of years.

One of the best places for the Holocaust community to put some money where their mouths are would be that infamous mass grave cremation site right behind Crema IV. You know, the one that we get a photograph of personel standing among bodies and supposed to have been taken on the sly from the Crema IV building.

'Water, water everwhere, but not a drop to drink.'

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Mar 26, 2004 3:00 am)

The idea that the Jewish 'holocaust' Story is complex, beyond layman study, and should be left in the hands of appointed high priests is utter nonsense. Don't they wish we would buy that BS. The story is so absurdly simple to debunk that it's no wonder the money making 'holocau$t' Industry wants everyone to stay away from investigating specifics... yeah, just leave it to them and everything will be fine. Sort of like the wolf guarding the chicken coop.

Tom Moran, in his usual 'cut to the chase' style, with a dash of humor thrown in, has demonstrated just how flimsy the story as alleged actually is.

"Two guys with shovels" indeed, you gotta love it.

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Postby David » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Mar 26, 2004 9:48 am)

I suppose you'd need to look for German bullets in the bodies to link the Einsatzgruppen. Also the body count would have to be in the thousands as the Einsatzgruppen commanders admitted to under oath.
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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Mar 26, 2004 12:48 pm)

Right, lying under oath in an attempt to save your skin is unusual?

So David, where are the mass graves then? This thread is about physical evidence as claimed by True Believers.

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