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Postby israelite » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Dec 19, 2003 4:17 pm)

The Greiser letter states;

"The special treatment [Sonderbehandlung] of about 100,000 Jews in the territory of my district........

.........I think I could take responsibility for my suggestion to have cases of open tuberculosis exterminated among the Polish race herein the Warthegau".

Why the use of alleged coded language for the Jews when the Germans talk openly of extermination for the Poles? Is this not discrimination?



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Postby Hebden » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Dec 19, 2003 6:45 pm)

israelite wrote:The Greiser letter states;

"The special treatment [Sonderbehandlung] of about 100,000 Jews in the territory of my district........

.........I think I could take responsibility for my suggestion to have cases of open tuberculosis exterminated among the Polish race herein the Warthegau".

Why the use of alleged coded language for the Jews when the Germans talk openly of extermination for the Poles? Is this not discrimination?


One reason we'd like access to the entire German text of the letter is to check which word is used for exterminate.

If you have a look at a follow up letter sent a couple of days later, you'll see the Sonderbehandlung designation is indeed used with regard to the Poles:

LETTER FROM KOPPE TO RUDOLF BRANDT, 3 MAY 1942, CONCERNING THE KILLING OF TUBERCULAR POLES

The Higher SS and Police Leader on the Staff of the Reich Governor in Poznan,
In Military District XXI [Wehrkreis XXI], Journal
No. 132/42 g
Poznan, 3 May 1942
Fritz-Reuter Street, 2a
Tel: 6501-05

Secret

To the Reich Leader SS, Personal Staff,
Attention: SS Obersturmbannfuehrer Brandt,
Berlin SW 11, Prinz Albrecht Street 8.
Subject: Poles afflicted with TB.

Dear Comrade Brandt,

May I ask that you submit the following matter to the Reich Leader SS:

The Gauleiter will shortly ask the Reich Leader SS for permission to have Poles who have been shown to be afflicted with open TB admitted to the detachment Lange for special treatment.[...]


http://www.mazal.org/archive/nmt/01/NMT01-T769.htm

And another related document makes clear what is meant by Sonderbehandlung in this context:

LETTER FROM BLOME TO GREISER, IS NOVEMBER 1942, CONCERNING THE MASS EXTERMINATION OF TUBERCULAR POLES [...]

Therefore, something basic must be done soon. One must decide the most, efficient way in which this can be done. There are three ways to be taken into consideration:

1. Special treatment of the seriously ill persons.

2. Most rigorous isolation of the seriously ill persons.

3. Creation of a reservation for all TB patients.

For the planning, attention must be paid to different points of view of a practical, political, and psychological nature. Considering it most soberly, the simplest way would be the following: Aided by the X-ray battalion we could reach the entire population, German and Polish, of the Gau during the first half of 1943, As to the Germans, the treatment and isolation are to be prepared and carried out according to the regulations of tuberculosis relief. The approximately 35,000 Poles who are incurable and infectious will be "specially treated." All other Polish consumptives will be subjected to an appropriate cure in order to save them for work and to avoid their causing contagion.

According to your request I made arrangements with the offices in question, in order to start and carry out this radical procedure within half a year. You told me that the competent office agreed with you as to this "special treatment" and promised support. Before we definitely start the program, I think it would be correct if you would make sure once more that the Fuehrer will really agree to such a solution.

I could imagine that the Fuehrer, having some time ago stopped the program in the insane asylums, might at this moment consider a "special treatment" of the incurably sick as unsuitable, and irresponsible from a political point of view. As regards the Euthanasia Program it was a question of people of German nationality afflicted with hereditary diseases. Now it is a question of infected sick people of a subjugated nation.[...]


http://www.mazal.org/archive/nmt/01/NMT01-T771.htm

Whether Dr. Butz was aware of these relevant documents when he wrote his book, we shall have to ask him.

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Fri Dec 19, 2003 8:17 pm)

Since we only have alleged English 'translations' and no original German documents shown, and since we know that the alleged mass murder weapon and alleged body disposal are simply laughable and scientifically impossible as alleged, we then have much ado about nothing. There is no evidence to support the intended conclusions of these bogus documents....which is so typical of the 'holocau$t' as alleged.

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Postby Hebden » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Dec 20, 2003 1:07 am)

What, if anything, does Ms. Weckert have to say about this group of documents in her article?

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Dec 20, 2003 3:09 am)

Weckert doesn't address those necessarily fraudulent 'documents' (there is no need to) which we have never seen any German originals.

Weckert's article essentially deals with:

- as posted, she shoots down the fraudulent Hoeppner letter

- the vast contradictions among the so called 'historians' who have written about Chelmno/Kulmhof....they definitely can't keep their stories straight

- she goes into the absurd, nonsensical statements/testimonies made by 'witnesses'...oy, such a mess

- she once again demolishes the moronic assertions about 'gas vans'

- she deals with the ridiculous assertions about the alleged cremations, the method alleged, and the complete lack of mass graves and/or physical evidence

Order a copy from Germar Rudolf:
http://vho.org/tr/

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Postby Sailor » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sat Dec 20, 2003 8:20 pm)

Hebden wrote: What do you make of it? What does Ms. Weckert make of it, if anything?

Ingrid Weckert lives in Germany and denying or belittling the accepted "Holocaust" story would not be very healthy for her as a historian.

Her essay is a summary of the findings of well known historians, the trials and the two books Nationalsozialistische Massentötungen duch Giftgas and NS-Vernichtungslager about the camp Chelmno.

Neither Weckert, nor any one of those two books mention this letter by Greiser.

"ausmerzen" stands for stamp out, weed out, wipe out. In this context it could have meant "ethnic cleansing".

About "Sonderbehandlung" of Poles with open tuberculosis, I have no doubt that it meant in this context euthanasia, mercy killing through lethal injections.

The question is: Was it done?

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Postby Hebden » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sun Dec 21, 2003 6:56 pm)

Sailor wrote:
Hebden wrote: What do you make of it? What does Ms. Weckert make of it, if anything?

Ingrid Weckert lives in Germany and denying or belittling the accepted "Holocaust" story would not be very healthy for her as a historian.


Out of interest, have you read her book on Kristallnacht?

Her essay is a summary of the findings of well known historians, the trials and the two books Nationalsozialistische Massentötungen duch Giftgas and NS-Vernichtungslager about the camp Chelmno.

Neither Weckert, nor any one of those two books mention this letter by Greiser.


Perhaps the idea of including Polish Gentiles in the scope of the Holocaust didn't appeal to the authors of these books. Otherwise, people might start asking why Pope Pius XII didn't take a public stance against the Nazis for mass murdering his fellow Catholics. Inevitably this would lead to charges that Hitler's Pope was - wait for it - anti-Catholic.

"ausmerzen" stands for stamp out, weed out, wipe out. In this context it could have meant "ethnic cleansing".


True. In that sense this letter doesn't take us much further than the Korherr Report which indicated that 145,000 Jews had been filtered through the camp(s) in the Warthegau in the direction of the Russian East.

About "Sonderbehandlung" of Poles with open tuberculosis, I have no doubt that it meant in this context euthanasia, mercy killing through lethal injections.


Therein lies the letter's particular significance. The apparent connection between Jewish Sonderbehandlung and that envisaged for tubercular Poles.

The question is: Was it done?


Not according to:

BLOME DEFENSE EXHIBIT 8 EXTRACTS FROM THE AFFIDAVIT OF DR. OSKAR GUNDERMANN, 28 DECEMBER 1946, STATING THAT BLOME OPPOSED THE PLAN TO EXTERMINATE TUBERCULAR POLES AND THAT THE PLAN WAS NEVER CARRIED OUT


http://www.mazal.org/archive/nmt/01/NMT01-T778.htm

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Postby Hannover » 1 decade 5 years ago (Sun Dec 21, 2003 8:05 pm)

Pope Pius XII never took a public stance because there was no evidence from which to take a 'public stance'. It comes down to evidence, not received propaganda. Hebden has presented no evidence.

Once again the German original of this 'letter' has never been shown, revealing. Until that time it's fair to say that it doesn't exist, or we would see it.
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Therein lies the letter's particular significance. The apparent connection between Jewish Sonderbehandlung and that envisaged for tubercular Poles.

the connection to 'sonderbehandlung' and mass murder of Jews cannot be established and there is no evidence to support such an assertion.

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