|“Rambostein” Liberated Auschwitz the bloody fictional made-for-normies drama! As even the Holohoaxers acknowledge, the Germans had already abandoned the camp before the Soviets arrived.|
No pretext for Sulzberger’s Times to sing the song that never ends about the event that never happened is too trivial. In this case, the death of a 98-year-old Soviet “liberator” of the Bullshwitz concentration camp is enough to merit a longer than usual obituary — because David Dushman was like, ya know — such a famous and important personage of world history (rolling eyes sarcastically).
Hours after the Germans had unconditionally surrendered (and were thus rendered voiceless) on May 8, 1945, the “paper of record” ran an uncritical account of a just-released Soviet report of the “horrors” which took place there. Incredibly, it is that specific atrocity propaganda report — pooped out by the commie comedy writers of Stalin’s “Extraordinary State Commission for the Establishment and Investigation of the Atrocities of the German Fascist Invaders and Their Accomplices and the Damage They Caused to Citizens, Collective Farms, Public Organizations, State Enterprises and Institutions of the USSR”(we kid you not, that’s the actual official name of the commission) — which remains the academic foundation of the Holocaust tale until this day.
Let’s dive in into this obituary of Devious Dushman for some Anti-New York Times debunking that will never end about the song that never ends about the event that never happened (like they say it did.)
Times: David Dushman, who as a soldier for the Soviet Union drove his tank through the electric fence surrounding the Nazi death camp at Auschwitz on Jan. 27, 1945,…
Rebuttal: Oh the bloody fictional made-for-normies drama! As even the Holohoaxers acknowledge, the Germans had already abandoned the camp before the Soviets arrived. There would have been no need for Dushman to “drive his tank through the electric fence.” The gates of Bullshwitz were wide open!
Times: … died in Munich on Saturday. He was 98.
Rebuttal: Such a tragic irony — the Bolshevik invader ended up living in Germany. God only knows how many blonde Berlin “shiksas” he must have raped back in ’45.
Times: Mr. Dushman was a 21-year-old Red Army soldier when he drove his T-34 into the high, electric barbed-wire fence surrounding the Auschwitz death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland.
Rebuttal: Did anyone, other than Dushman, actually witness this heroic tank assault on Bullshwitz? No matter how many times the writer, Berlin correspondent Melissa Eddy, states that Dushman drove his tank through the electric fence (twice in the text of the article and once again in a picture caption), the story is still implausible and unverifiable.
Times: Approaching the camp, he recalled, he peered through the viewing slit of his tank and was shocked by what he saw.
Rebuttal: Oh dear. Get your hip waders on, boys and girls. Here comes the stinky stuff.
Times: “Everywhere there were skeletons,” he told the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung in 2015. “They stumbled from the barracks, sat and lay among the dead. It was horrifying. We threw all of our canned food at them and drove on quickly, to keep chasing the fascists.”
Rebuttal: (palm to face, sighing, shaking head) I hope you didn’t hit any of those skeletal Jews and Communists on the head with those cans of food (made in the USA and shipped via Alaska, by the way) that you threw at them, Mr. Dushman.
FLASHBACK / October 2020
Same tank-through-gate and skeletons drama, from the American side:
“World War II Hero Who Drove Tank Through Gate of Dachau Concentration Camp Dies At 95”
“We were facing the front gate at Dachau prison,” Feezel said. “My commander said, ‘Jim, put the tank through that gate.’ So, I have the dubious honor of doing that. And, immediately glancing over at the bodies stacked like cordwood, this young 19-year-old just about lost it.”
Times: By the time Mr. Dushman reached Auschwitz, he had been wounded three times. He said he was one of only 69 men from the 12,000 in his division to survive.
Rebuttal: Wow. He was a regular “John Rambostein.” If you say so, Mr. Dushman. We won’t ask for verification of your battlefield heroism. That would be “anti-Semitic ,” dontcha’ know?
Times: More than 1.1 million men, women and children were murdered in the camp…
Rebuttal: But the original report issued by the “Extraordinary State Commission,” pumped-up by the Slimes, and cited by “scholars” up until about 1990 said it was 4 million. Oops.
Times: A Russian Jew, Mr. Dushman and his family were familiar with anti-Semitism and state-sanctioned discrimination against Jews in the Soviet Union.
Rebuttal: You see, even in the Jewish-established Soviet Union, the atheistic anti-Christian “Goy” Communists, like Stalin, never trusted the Trotskyite Jews and turned on them later on. I guess that blows the “anti-Semitism is the product of Christian bigotry” argument out of the water, no?
Times: “My biggest dream and hope for future generations is to live in a world where there is no war,” Dushman (a former fencing coach) said during a 2015 visit to Switzerland.
Rebuttal: Well, that’s a noble sentiment, Doucheman. But if you were sincere about that dream, you should have had that talk with some of your “higher brethren” during the living years — the same gang of greasy ghouls that engineered and funded just about every major war since the “Coalition Wars” against Napoleon. But I suspect that when your ilk speaks of “a world where there is no war,” you mean a planetary government lorded over by “the usual suspects.”