"Soaps," a new film by director Eyal Ballas, searches for the root of the myth that Germans used the bodies of Jews to manufacture soap.
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Now do the "holocaust" myth. You pathological liars
No, not soap. Only ropes from hair. The fact that they made ropes only
and no soap changes everything, surely. Extremely important movie, this
debunked myth is certainly crucial to current state of the Jewish
causes. Soon we will learn the nazis didn't inject gasoline but rather
coal tar distillation by-products to kill inmates. And another equally
crucial myth will be debunked.
A survivor of Auschwitz vividly tells how he traded soap, made at the
crematoriums for food from the Gypsy camp and the Russian prisoners.
They questioned the contents in regard to the pumice like material
found in the bars.
the nazis told many dead and alive they were making it on a large scale!!
Yeah, I know - studies. But anyway, the study I read (and was impressed
by) indicated clearly that when people who believe a certain way are
shown irrefutable proof that they are wrong, their belief in fact
intensifies. This is presumably true of Holocaust affirmers and deniers
alike. To the same extent? THAT could be interesting. Another study? I
The belief that Nazis made soap from Jews on a large scale had been
debunked years ago. In fact Yad Vashem had debunked this in their
exhibition. However, The Nazis did make soap from Jews and experimented
with how to do so on a larger scale. More importantly it's now believed
that the Nazis killed much more than six million Jews. It is believed
now that perhaps the Nazis killed 11 million Jews far greater than the
six million initially believed. Soap or not the Nazis killed plenty.
Whenever I see the phrase "it is now believed" my reaction is
to ask by whom, and on the basis of what data.
is prohibited by law in Germany and several other countries and will be
prosecuted! I only wonder WHO needs hiding the search for truth?
What does that say about the readers of this website ? Sh'koach
Professional historians have studied this issue for decades and debunked
the myth long ago. Have you or someone else come up with new, verifiable
research to show otherwise? If yes, please provide details.
Please provide the specific part of the text of the German law that bans
"asking questions connected with the Holocaust." And , while
you're about it, you may want to provide the preamble to the law that
prohibits Holocaust denial, which is a very different thing.
This film demeans and belittles the memories of those killed. It makes
light of the atrocities perpetrated by the nazis on us. Is it not enough
that they tortured and killed 6 million of our people? Is it not enough
that they made lampshades out of our skin? The Jew haters will use this
film to claim that the entire Holocaust was a figment of the Jews'
imagination. They will point to it and say "the Jews themselves
have disproven the Holocaust".
Hard-core antisemites and deniers won't be swayed by anything. But to
cauterize their effect it's important not to propagate falsehood,
because once we're caught in even a minor falsehood the larger argument
goes up in smoke.
Holocaust deniers have long used the age-old technique of disproving
the Holocaust by pointing to inaccuracies in reporting the Holocaust,
which was a vast event covering a vast number of individual events. As
for th lampshades, that, too, is a myth, with the exception of one
possible incident which has not been fully proven. What may be of more
importance is that Jewish and Israeli organizations like Yad Vashem have
ben in the forefront of efforts to ensure the accuracy of Holocaust
history - a fact which is never mentioned by those who cry "holohoax."
Difficult obviously for you to get a grip of the truth. The lampshades
thing has long ago been debunked
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