Carolyn Yeager wrote:
Very good work, thanks. I like it! Just a couple little things that I think detract. The circles on Elie's arm ... it would be better without them because they are saying that the tattoo should be in those spots, and I think the spots are wrong. We don't want to confuse people about where the tattoos were placed. I'm trying to get a picture of Gruner's tattoo - that would explain where they went. So just the arm showing no marks is best. Also, the red lettering on the Buchenwald picture doesn't read, and it's saying something important. I like the solemn music and the documentary feel to it. I like the statement: Many have asked to see it. That really hits. Maybe all those words of fake, imposter, and so on might be overkill. Just the question, and then leading people to the website would be just right.
Vlad, you should work on a video like this one using the Buchenwald Famous Photo page ... lots of visual material to work with there. If you do, consider letting me preview it just to make sure it's accurate. I think that would be a blockbuster. Of course, the tattoo issue is too.
Videos can do so much. I'm grateful to you for producing these. We need people who are really good at audio-visual material.
Thank you for your comments, Carolyn!
With regards to the placement of the tattoo, using the description of where 'they' say they have been placed, it's most logical it would be in this area since it's the most meaty part of the inside-left forearm. I imagine that most people won't even know what they're looking for until after the slides with the circles where they realize they "remembered hearing about the tattoos of Auschwitz." In this case, the point as been made. [If the tattoos were supposedly done as alleged, there would be millions of photos for us to use in order to properly indicate the circles since it would have been a structured plan. The photos I've seen and point to the opposite as they've appeared on multiple parts of the arm, i.e. top part, inside part, top of the wrist, inside near the elbow, etc.]
For the words such as fake and imposter: these are Grüner's implications. By having them with a question-mark in the end, I'm not making a statement of agreement - more or less a frantic "can this really be true!?" statement which leads right to your website link. The video is very neutral, using Grüner's words as a Holocaust Survivor as the main crutch. It's pretty bulletproof this way.
I will visit the Buchenwald photo and see how I can transform that into a video. I've decided that these videos should be as short and hard-hitting as possible. The trouble we seem to run into is that we've clearly debunked the holohoax in every way using science and logic - the problem is that these are very long presentations and, let's face it, the average folks today don't really sit down to "read" about anything besides what's happening on their soap operas or sports.
I'll will see can be done with the Buchenwald photo.