Saturday, December 3, 2016

Soviet Jews Invented the Mobile Gas Chamber

There we see many more Jewish names. And from the astonishing disclosure in 1990 we learned that the famous mobile gas chambers were invented, as it turns out, not by Hitler during the World War II, but in the Soviet NKVD in 1937 by Isai Davidovich Berg, the head of the administrative and maintenance section of the NKVD of Moscow Oblast. Sure, he was not alone in that enterprise, but he organized the whole business. This is why it is also important to know who occupied middle-level posts. It turns out, that I. D. Berg was entrusted with carrying out the sentences of the troika of the NKVD of Moscow Oblast; he dutifully performed his mission, which involved shuttling prisoners to the execution place. But when three troikas began to work simultaneously in the Moscow Oblast, the executioners became unable to cope with the sheer number of executions. Then they invented a time-saving method: the victims were stripped naked, tied, mouths plugged, and thrown into a closed truck, outwardly disguised as a bread truck. On the road the exhaust fumes were redirected into the prisoner-carrying compartment, and by the time the van arrived to the burial ditch, the prisoners were ready.

From "200 Years Together" by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn A History of the Russians and the Jews page 235

That's why the Zio-Nazis must keep poisoning minds with their fraudulent Holocaust™ nonsense, so us GOYIM never learn the truth about the past, we'll just stay stupid and watch our country's future be sacrificed to Zionist Israel.
Ryerson 'concerned' about allegations of anti-Semitism at student union meeting

The alleged incident took place Tuesday evening at an RSU general meeting, during which a student introduced a motion to commemorate Holocaust education week with events to teach and remember the tragedy.

Third-year student Aedan O’Connor, there to support the motion, said she and other students were subject to jeers and snickers when they spoke, which escalated to anti-Semitic comments.

“Several students left crying and having panic attacks,” said O’Connor, 20, a member of Hillel Ryerson. Some posted their experiences on the RSU and other Facebook pages.

Neither Ullah or Tamara Jones, RSU vice-president of equity, said they heard any derogatory remarks from their positions on stage at the front of the room.

When someone proposed the motion regarding Holocaust education week be broadened to a week commemorating all genocides, “it definitely caused a lot of heat in the room,” he said, adding that proposal “was not appropriate.”
There you have it! As long as Jews can force their warped version of history down our throats, they're happy, but bring up the suffering of others and you're anti-Semitic.

Maybe Das Juden is afraid someone might bring up a real holocaust, the deliberate mass starvation of nearly 10 Million Ukrainians in the early 1930's, called the Holodomor? Soviet Jews were behind that monstrosity, stealing all of the Ukrainian harvest and livestock so millions and millions would die a slow, horrible, excruciating death.

2 comments:

  1. The inconsistencies in this report from the university there in Toronto are quite striking. Two people sitting on the stage reportedly heard no derogatory comments at all, yet the disturbance was so disruptive that people supposedly left while "crying and having panic attacks." But then, when someone made a proposal to broaden the measure to include a commemoration of all genocides, this, bewilderingly, seems to have "definitely caused a lot of heat in the room." Why such a reasonable motion would cause such "heat," isn't explained by author of the piece, who is designated with the title "Education Reporter." To me, the whole thing brings to mind that cartoon showing the rabbi wearing a raincoat and spray painting a swastika on a wall. The caption underneath the cartoon reads, "What'cha doing, rabbi?" The whole story has that same look and feel about it.

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  2. Thank you for highlighting the 'mobile gas chambers' used by NKVD. My father was Hungarian Ashkenazi whose parents and grandparents were part of the Hungarian slaughter of 350,000 jews attributed to the Nazis. I never knew much, we didn't speak about it as I met him when I was an adult. His cousin told me that 'the Nazis' had killed my greatgrandparents via a mobile gas chamber. I always suspected the Russians, particularly in the propaganda of 'liberating' the camps. Exhaust fumes would have done the job efficiently, what a way to go. An Israeli author being promoted on Radio 4 recently let slip that 'around 600,000 Jews died in the 'holocaust''. The 350,000 Hungarians would have made up the bulk of numbers, being at the feeding frenzy end of the war.

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