This is a great Red Cross post:
http://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?t= ... b3ce7155db
A big part of the book "Did Six Million Really Die" comes from the Red Cross Reports. And apparently in the Zundel Trial (when this book was under attack) it was shown that these quotes were properly quoted.
The more I think about it, the more I think about how the Red Cross, and particularly the International Red Cross (ICRC), must have been the biggest wrench in the entire holocaust story-works. In other words, the International Red Cross must have gotten in the way with holocaust stories more than any other group. Without the ICRC it was just the word of the Germans against the word of the allies.
How can one make up stories if there is an objective body with free reign to go into the camps?
There is the notion that during the war, the German people had no idea that the killing was going on. Be that as it may, it can't be mixed up with the notion that the American people had no idea that the killing was going on. The "holocaust" was in the American mainstream media broadly by late 1942. To the god-fearing American religious demographic, (a huge demographic) WWII was, in part, a war to save the Jews. The Germans would have saw this and given the Red Cross even more freedom to go where they wanted.
Then there is the notion that the Red Cross was at Auschwitz but they had no idea that the gassings were happening. But this forum has discussed at length how half the holocaust stories started as rumours in the camps. Such as the soap myth. There are stories such as someone goes to Auschwitz and an inmate says that the only way they'll leave is through the chimney. (see note 1 at bottom) Thus with any contact at all with inmates, the Red Cross would have heard these stories, and investigated.
In the report excerpts in the link I put at the top of this post, one can see all the food that the Red Cross distributed to the Jews in the camps. Funny how one never hears about this. Funny how Hilberg barely mentions the Red Cross. Could it be that it is because they presented a barrier in getting extermination lies out there? A minor barrier as it turned out. Here's an organization that actually did something to save Jews, and far more than Wallenberg, or Schindler. But with all the bogus testimony Hilberg uses, (like Yankel Wiernik, Kurt Gerstein and coerced affidavits from Eichmann) he never touches a single Red Cross report in his book, The Destruction of the European Jews, (1985 edition) except one footnote on page 627 involving the uniform of 50 Jewish French prisoners.
Could the Jews have been that thankless to a group, the ICRC, that kept many from starving to death? To answer that, look how thankful they were to Britain for fighting the war for them. Within a year, they were terror-bombing the British in Palestine. Or how about gratitude to America? Existing today is the implication that the US purposely didn't bomb the railway to Auschwitz. Also there is the implication that the US purposely set Mengele free. So regarding not being thankful to the Red Cross: yes it's possible.
Of course this isn't about giving thanks where thanks is due. This is about Jewish Group-Evolutionary-Strategy (as Professor Kevin MacDonald's book Culture of Critique points out.) This strategy involves piling up a heap of guilt on the non-Jew.
"'The guards told us that we will only leave Auschwitz through the chimney, ' said Breder,"
Headline story on page 1 of the San Francisco Chronicle a couple weeks ago:
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.c ... B16Q91.DTL