The simplest response is: 'Jews went where Jews are.'
2nd most simple response: 'Show us verifiable excavations of the claimed huge mass graves / human remains in which Jews claim to know exact locations of.'
But anyway, here is a to-the-point response presented by scholar Juergen Graf from a debate between Otto Perge and Laszlo Karsai. The ease in which this old canard is dispensed with is impressive. See quoted text below.
http://winstonsmithministryoftruth.blog ... c32aef952e
http://www.jta.org/1944/02/23/archive/g ... r-refugees
Slam dunk. The tide is turning.
from: 'Hungarian Holocaust Debate: Otto Perge vs. Dr. Laszlo Karsai'
http://juergen-graf.vho.org/articles/hu ... ebate.htmlJürgen Graf
In March 2010 the Hungarian parliament adopted an anti-revisionist law making it illegal to dispute the orthodox version of the “holocaust” At the same time, Hungarian nationalist and revisionist Otto Perge suggested a debate on the topic. One of the country’s most prominent “holocaust” scholars, Dr. Laszlo Karsai, accepted the challenge. Having learned this, I contacted Mr. Perge, who fortunately knows English (I neither read nor speak Hungarian) and offered him my assistance, which he accepted. Thereupon I sent him 17 questions for his opponent. Dr. Perge translated them into Hungarian and had them published on the website Kuruc.info. Having read them, Dr. Karsai told Perge that he did not intend to answer these questions, and it is indeed highly improbable that he will.
from: 'Hungarian Holocaust Debate: Otto Perge vs. Dr. Laszlo Karsai'
http://juergen-graf.vho.org/articles/hu ... ebate.html
“Large numbers of Jews were sent to the camps of Belzec, Sobibor, and Treblinka. Where did these Jews go if they were not gassed?”
After the German leadership had abandoned the Madagascar plan, it pursued a new policy: The European Jews were to be resettled in the occupied Soviet territories. On 10 February 1942 Franz Rademacher wrote a letter to envoy Harald Bielfeld of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in which he stated:
“The war against the Soviet Union has meanwhile opened up the possibility of providing other territories for the final solution. The Führer has decided accordingly that the Jews will not be deported to Madagascar but to the East. Hence, Madagascar need no longer be considered for the final solution.”
This clearly shows that the “final solution” was a territorial one!
The construction of the transit camps Belzec, Treblinka, and Sobibor must be seen in this context:
– On 17 March 1942 Fritz Reuter, an employee in the Department of Population Matters at the office of the General Governor for the Lublin district, wrote a memorandum on a conversation he had had the day before with SS-Hauptsturmführer Julius Höfle. According to this memorandum, Höfle had explained that “Jews unfit for work” would all be taken to Belzec, “the outmost border station in Zamosc county.” 4 to 5 transports of 1,000 Jews each would be “taken across the border and would never return to the General Government.”
– On 13 August 1942 SS general Karl Wolff wrote to Albert Ganzenmüller of the Reichsbahn, who had previously informed him that since 22 July there had been a daily train with 5,000 Jews from Warsaw to Treblinka, that he was very glad to learn that the Germans were now able “to accelerate this population transfer.”
– On 5 July 1943 Himmler ordered the “transit camp Sobibor” to be converted into a concentration camp.
The mainstream “holocaust” historians expect us to believe that the National Socialist leadership used a “coded language” even in their private correspondence, and that expressions such as “be taken across the border,” “transit camp,” and “population transfer” were euphemisms for “physical extermination.” This claim is ridiculous beyond comment. To back up their monstrous fantasies about chemical slaughterhouses where huge numbers of Jews were gassed (in the case of Belzec and Treblinka with Diesel exhaust, although it is generally known that Diesel exhaust, which contains a high amount of oxygen and very low quantities of carbon monoxide, is relatively harmless), these historians can present no better evidence than grotesque “eyewitness testimony.” That the witnesses contradict each other on just about everything and that there reports are teeming with absurdities does not seem to bother these splendid scholars at all.
The whole gassing story hinges on the existence of the gas chamber buildings described by the self-styled “eyewitness.” Between 1997 and 2000, a highly qualified Polish archeologist, Prof. Andrzej Kola, performed extensive excavations and drillings on the territory of the former camps Belzec and Sobibor. He was unable to find the slightest trace of the alleged gas chamber buildings, which definitely settles the matter.
The authors of the above-mentioned book Sobibor. Holocaust Propaganda and Reality adduce solid evidence for the presence of French, Belgian, Dutch, and other Western Jews in the occupied Eastern territories during the war. Two examples will suffice here:
– During the German wartime occupation of Lithuania, the Jew Herman Kruk kept a Yiddish-language diary which was later translated into English. In his entry of 16 April 1943 Kruk mentioned the presence of 19,000 Dutch Jews in the Lithuanian town of Vievis. On 20 April 1943, he wrote that furniture belonging to Dutch Jews had been brought to the local workshops for repair and that Dutch documents had been found in the drawers. As there is no reason on earth why Kruk should have made up this story, this proves that Dutch Jews allegedly gassed at Auschwitz and Sobibor were transferred to Lithuania (mainstream “holocaust” literature knows nothing about Dutch Jews in the Eastern territories).
– In April 1944 the communist French underground newspaper Notre Voix reported that 8,000 Jews from Paris had been “rescued” by the Red Army in Ukraine. According to “holocaust” literature, the only French Jews ever deported to the East went to Estonia and Lithuania in May 1944, so the Parisian Jews found in the Ukraine in April 1944 must by necessity have gone there via Auschwitz. In the “holocaust” statistics, they figure as “gassed people.”
Now, the supporters of the orthodox “holocaust” story will ask why there are no German documents about railway transports of these Jews to the occupied Eastern Territories and about Jewish settlements in the East. Furthermore they will ask what happened to those of the deported Jews who survived the harsh wartime conditions. To these questions the revisionists can only oppose a hypothesis, but a reasonable and well-founded one:
For several reasons, the victorious allies decided to continue propagating the Jewish extermination story after the war. First of all, this enabled them to excuse their own crimes, such as the terror bombing of the German cities or the inhumane expulsion of more than 15 million civilians from East Germany and the Sudetenland, by accusing the vanquished of far worse atrocities. But there were other, even more important reasons. By charging Germany with an unparalleled crime, the victors hoped to crush the national spirit of the German people and to prevent any resurgence of German nationalism. Finally the “holocaust” story prepared the ground for the foundation of the State of Israel, which both the USA and the Soviet Union wholeheartedly supported. (In view of the communist sympathies of many Jews, Stalin undoubtedly hoped that Israel would become a Soviet bulwark in the Near East; as the further developments showed, this hope was illusionary.) Now, if the Jewish extermination story was to be believed, the documents about the transfer of the Jews to the East had to disappear. For the victorious powers it was certainly not difficult to destroy, or to hide, some piles of paper.
The number of the Jews transferred to the occupied Soviet territories was about 1.9 million (for details see the above-mentioned book Sobibor. Holocaust Propaganda and Reality). A clear majority of them were Polish Jews. The authors of the book assume that the Soviet prevented the deportees who had survived the grim wartime conditions from returning to their homelands after 1945.
Jürgen Graf und Carlo Mattogno, KL Majdanek. Eine wissenschaftliche und technische Studie, Castle Hill Publishers, Hastings 1998.
 Nuremberg document NG-5770.
 Jüdisches Historisches Institut Warschau (ed.), Faschismus – Ghetto – Massenmord, Röderberg Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 1981, p. 269 f.
 Raul Hilberg, Sonderzüge nach Auschwitz, Dumjahn, Munich 1981, p. 181.
 Nuremberg document NO-482.
 Andrzej Kola, Belzec. The Nazi Camp for Jews in the Light of Archeological Sources. Excavations from 1997 – 2000, Warsaw/Washington 2000. – Andrzej Kola, “Badania Archeologiczne terenu bylego obozu zaglady Zydow w Sobiborze,” in: Przeszlosc i Pamiec, No 4 (21), 2001.
 Herman Kruk, The last days of the Jerusalem of Lithuania, Yale University Press, New Haven/London 2002.
 Adam Raisky, La presse antiraciste sous l’occupation hitlérienne, Paris 1950, p. 179.
 Serge Klarsfeld, Le mémorial de la déportation des juifs de France, Paris 1978.