borjastick wrote:Kingfisher I agree with you that there may have been some deaths in transit and they could have been buried at the camp, though I have never seen any conclusive proof of the numbers supposedly processed to or through Treblinka, have you? I doubt some figures of natural deaths there being as high as 100,000.
As discussed here on another thread the camp was most likely a transit camp, indeed there is little evidence of it being anything else. The clear proof to my tiny little mind, of a cover up in order to preserve the claims of Treblinka, is the almost blanket concreting over of the key areas on site.
Borjastick has this wired, almost.
Revisionists all too frequently get weak in the knees and make concessions when concessions are not warranted. Let's call it 'throwing them a bone', But why do it when there is no excavated proof?
Thomas Kues has argued that many thousands may have died in transit and be buried there without that giving any support to the "Death Camp" thesis.
"May have died"? This is an alleged crime, "may" just doesn't stand up. Why throw them a bone when there is no reason to? "Many thousands"? The 'holocaust Industry' could do well with just finding "many thousands". They could allege it is just a sample, blah, blah. But guess what .... there are no "thousands" to be shown. And frankly, I doubt if there are 'hundreds'.Insist on proof for everything, no concessions.