Dushegubka* – the Jew mobile gas chamber

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Dushegubka* – the Jew mobile gas chamber

Postprzez Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » Śr cze 27, 2012 4:26 am

Dushegubka* – the Jew mobile gas chamber

Two Hundred Years Together by Alexander Solzhenitsyn



During the Great Purge of 1937, the prisoners were daily
sentenced to death in their thousands, packed into trucks,
taken to the places of execution, shot in the back of the head
and buried.



The Jew Isay Davidovich Berg, who was the head of the NKVD
[KGB] ‘Economics Section’ in the Moscow region, thought of a
more industrialized approach to the business of mass murder –
and concluded that a well known method of suicide by exhaust
fumes is just as suitable for the purpose of multiple homicide.

Some of the ‘black ravens’ – Soviet-made Ford trucks in which
the prisoners were transported – were turned into mobile
gas chambers – officially non-existent, but commonly known
as “dushegubka” – (government) death chamber (p. 297).



From then on, the condemned men were loaded into a
dushegubka – indistinguishable from any other ‘black raven’ –
the deadly carbon monoxide of the engine exhaust would kill
most prisoners during the drive, and upon the arrival at the
designated NKVD burial ground – a no-go military zone –
the dead and the half-dead were dumped into a trench that
was dug beforehand for this purpose.



From the very beginning, the Soviet secret police was under
the control of the Jews. Solzhenitsyn reveals their names in
the most interesting chapter of his book called The Nineteen
Twenties. They are the biographies of the mass murderers
at their desks in the CheKa (OGPU, GPU, NKVD, MGB, KGB).


But they weren’t just sitting at their desks. Uritzki, Unschlicht,
Katznelson, Berman, Agranov, Spiegelglas, Schwarz, Asbel,
Chaifetz, Pauker, Mayer, Yagoda et al personally participated
in the tortures, hangings, crucifixions and burnings of the
prisoners.


Dzerzhinski, the first boss of the CheKa (married to a Jewess),
had three deputies – Gerson, Luszki and Yagoda – all of them
Jews. Years later, when the Gulag ‘archipelago’ was being
expanded, they were again to be found in the front line of
executioners. Israel Pliner was the slave-master of the
Moscow-Volga Canal; Lazar Kogan, Zinoviy Katznelson and
Boris Berman ran the forced labour-cum-mass extermination
camps of the White Sea Canal project, where the prisoners
were worked to death within a few weeks.




*Dushegubka [doo-sheh-GOOP-kah] — this Russian word
is specifically Soviet, it was non-existent prior to the 1930s;
it means one thing and one thing only: a mobile gas chamber,
which may well have been the crowning achievement of
the Jewish ‘social engineering’ – prior to the complete
Jewish colonization of Palestine and the United States.




Mobile gas chambers were invented in USSR – in Russian

Газовые душегубки придумали в СССР

http://dath125.livejournal.com/27555.html

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Re: Dushegubka* – the Jew mobile gas chamber

Postprzez Jerzy Ulicki-Rek » Śr cze 27, 2012 7:27 am

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Simon Srebnik
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Simon Srebnik
Simon (Shimon, Szymon) Srebnik (10 April 1930 — 16 August 2006) was a Polish Jew who was one of only two or three survivors of the Nazi death camp known as Chełmno extermination camp.

Camp life

Srebnik witnessed his father killed in the Lodz Ghetto. Simon was thirteen years old when he was taken to the Chelmno extermination camp. His mother died in a gas van at the camp. Simon, however, was assigned by the camp SS to a Jewish work detail which maintained the camp.[1]



During his time in the camp, Srebnik participated in the disposal of bodies by gathering bones that had not been burned and then rowing a flat-bottomed boat down the river every day to dump sacks of crushed bone into the Ner River. While rowing, Srebnik entertained the Nazi SS guards by singing Prussian military songs that the guards had taught him. Some of the bones were those of people who had been gassed. Srebnik also won jumping contests and speed races which the SS organized and forced the chained prisoners of Chelmno to participate in (those who lost these contests were usually killed).

On January 18, 1945, two days before Soviet troops arrived and liberated the camp, all prisoners who remained in the camp were executed by being shot in the head. Srebnik was shot but somehow survived. According to the documentary Shoah, the bullet "missed his vital brain centers."[1]

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