Stephen Whitehorn and Auschwitz-Birkenau

Good evening folks,

I stumbled across some photographs taken by a man called Stephen Whitehorn who is, according to himself: “a full time World War Two guide and historian.”

Well! Mr. Whitehorn you posted a photograph on your blog — which I will reproduce here without your permission — and this was taken at Auschwitz and shows loads & loads of kitchenware and cutlery, as well as tins and cans.

If I didn’t know better I’d start thinking like Lipstadt or like that of her other slimy brethren: Abe Foxman, Elie Wiesel, and all the rest of them. One could get the wrong impression of you if one uses the brain for “thought-making” — something Lipstadt and her “Holocaust Enforcers” rarely engage in. In the case of this Lipstadt-wretch one would quite simply turn off the capability to use the mind for rational thinking and all the processes involved with that and which leads (in most cases) to a logical end, thus making a rational decision. Decision should always be objective, unbiased and based on facts, but this is not the case with Lipstadt and her cohorts! Oops, sorry for the slight rant. I’m just saying! The point I am trying to make here — whilst using rational thought as the basis in this decision — is that your photograph actually confirms what Mr. Friedrich Paul Berg has been saying for decades:

“There are still today hundreds of thousands of so-called “holocaust survivors” including many thousands who spent time in Auschwitz. ALL of them are, in fact, living p-r-o-o-f (not merely “evidence”) for the simple fact that there was absolutely no attempt by the Germans to exterminate the Jews of Europe. All were kept alive by the Germans with food, water, shelter, medical care, clean clothing (free of lice), security and more. If the intended victims had simply been denied any of those essential ingredients, they would have died without any need for gas chambers or mass shootings. The “survivors” had in fact been treated rather well by the Nazis under the horrific circumstances that the Allies had imposed on everyone in German-occupied Europe.The Nazis and Germans had fed the “survivors” and provided them with shelter, medical care and clean lice-free clothes, security, and so much more as best they could in spite of a terrible war in which their own country was being turned into a crematory oven by the criminally insane Allies.” (see:

Mr. Whitehorn: your photograph proves that those evül Germans actually took great care in keeping the inmates destined for Auschwitz-Birkenau alive.

One last thing Mr. Whitehorn. There really is no such thing in Poland as Krakowawitz, just a friendly note for you. Please take more pictures of the same calibre as the one below; are you perhaps a “closet Revisionist”? 

Have a great evening Mr. Whitehorn.


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