Next we posit the necessary tasks to fit the scenario at Treblinka as claimed by the jews.
For the squeamish, remember, we’re talking about a lie here, utter balderdash, so a clinical analysis of the details isn’t really as obscene as it would be if this horror tale was about a real event. But no - it is mendacity of astronomical proportions. So here goes.
The jews claim that 870,000 bodies were disinterred and cremated during a period of 120 days. That’s 7250 per day, every day, start to finish. The volume of the average human body is conservatively 6 cubic feet. (I should probably do this in cubits.) That’s 43500 cubic feet in volume of human remains, mostly water, to be reduced to ash by burning, every day.
What about fuel? The “witnesses” claim that railroad ties were used to build the pyres. Actually, they claim many things, but generally, it is railroad ties. Well, I could research the average fuel consumption by modern crematoria required to reduce a body to ash, probably using propane, under optimal conditions in a modern furnace, then calculate the volume of pine wood necessary to produce the equivalent heat energy, in ergs, but that was too gruesome even for me. I don’t really want to know - though I will do so if challenged on this point. But let’s just say it would require ten railroad ties to completely immolate a human body. I think it would actually take at least double that, but let’s be generously conservative, and say ten.
That’s 72,500 railroad ties per day, every day, for 120 days, for a grand total of 8,700,000 railroad ties. I’m sure everyone can see where we are headed.
Anyway, if the average railroad tie is 12” x 6” x 96”, the volume per tie is 4 cu ft. The total volume of wood fuel required per day would be 290,000 cu ft. Add that to the volume of remains for a total volume of 333,500.
I was about to say this volume requires a structure 70 feet long, by 70 feet wide, by 70 feet high - 7 stories high - to be built every day. That’s with no spaces - no dead volume, you might say. But - oops! - I forgot aeration. Every fire requires oxygen to burn. Our Brobdignagian kosher funeral pyre requires ventilation. We can’t pack ‘em in there like sardines; they just would not burn. Need oxygen. But how much ventilation? Again, I didn’t research the size of the average crematorium manufactured today, but one can see from the pictures on the Nizkor site that the Auschwitz ovens are at least 5’ x 5’ x 10’. That would be the approximate volume of air needed then, to feed the flames for one cremation, that is 250 cu ft. What I mean is this is the space required around each body for the air to circulate. Multiply that by 7250 and goodness gracious: an additional volume of 1,812,500 cubic feet for our nasty campfire. Let’s cut that volume of air in half, just to be conservative. The result is 906,000 cu ft of air plus 290,000 cu ft of fuel plus 43,500 cu ft of you-know-who for a structural volume of 1,240,000 cu ft - 107’ long, 107’ wide, and 11 stories tall.
Minimum. Every single day, rain or shine, war or no war, for 120 days running.
This formidable structure was built and rebuilt, a new one every day, by a staff of fewer than 500 starved and beaten slave laborers, including the beautiful jewish princesses stocking the obligatory SS whorehouse, and the staff of the infamous infirmary in Camp 1 ( or 2, depending on your witness). These poor devils were required to schlepp the 72,500 railroad ties from the railroad siding and into the camp by hand (that’s 145 railroad ties per day per slave) and build an 11 story stucture, by hand, with no use of machinery - the only known machine at Treblinka being a tired old steam shovel that was employed in the disinterment, remember, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. By the way, there are no eyewitness accounts, nor any transport records, of any trainloads of railroad ties pulling into Treblinka, nor does anyone know what forest must have been razed to produce them.
Are we all getting the picture here? Wait - there’s more. Did I mention there was a rebellion and prison breakout in the middle of all this? Busy, busy, busy jews.
But back to the engineering problem. We need an initiator - some way to start the fire, some kind of kindling. A railroad tie won’t catch when you hold a match to it. The fables - er, I mean the testimony - says they used diesel fuel. Anybody care to speculate how many tank cars full of diesel fuel this project required, while there was a diesel-fueled war between huge panzer armies of unparalleled ferocity raging a few score miles to the east, by a Germany starved for fuel of all kinds? Anybody? Anybody know how these poor starving slaves got this fuel sprayed all over a 107’ by 107’ by 11 story tall structure without the use of pumps?
Imagine the flames and heat resulting from this conflagration. The temperatures had to reach, what, 3000 degrees F? No one could approach within one hundred yards of such a blaze and live. There must have been a small windstorm in the area as this gigantic fire sucked in millions of yards of air. The ashes and coals must have remained unapproachably hot for at least three or four days after the fire burned out, wouldn’t you agree? So the project must have required at least three burn sites, each some fifty yards from the next, as they rotated the construction of the pyres each day through each site. You can’t build an 11 story pyre on top of a bed of hot coals, can you? No - you have to move to a new site and build your next day’s pyre there.
Every single day, for 120 days.
The scale and the workload of a project like this is staggering. But the jews aren’t through yet! Not a trace of the deed was left, they say - it was completely obliterated. The camp blown up, the burning pit covered over, the site disguised to look like a farm, complete with a new farmhouse with a Polish farm family installed. No evidence was left.
Imagine the gigantic mess of killing 870,000 people, burying them, digging them back up, and burning them to ashes. Imagine that. And there is no trace left - not so much as a residue of ash or charred bone fragments or a kosher fingernail.
This completes the opening statement of the prosecution.