Saturday, December 11, 2021

Auschwitz Survivor Warns Of What Is Coming:

Auschwitz survivor warned in 2020 that stigmatizing people for causing pandemic ‘may happen soon’

In January 2020, Auschwitz survivor Marian Turski related the steps that led to the formation of prison camps and the declassification and then near extermination of the Jews. 

“Auschwitz did not fall down from the skies,” he states.  

One day in the early 1930s a district in Berlin was the well-respected home of Jewish cultural prodigies like Albert Einstein and Nobel prize winner Nelly Sachs. The next day, out of the blue, a sign reading, “Jews must not sit on these benches” appeared.  

Turski articulates the thought pattern those citizens began to experience: “You can say, ‘It’s not pleasant. It’s not fair. It’s not right. But after all, there are so many benches around. You can sit somewhere else. Of course, you can.” 

Incrementally, more signs and restrictions for one particular class of people began to appear everywhere.  

 “Jews are forbidden to enter.” 

 “Jews must not belong to German singing associations.” 

“Non-Aryan children must not play with German children.” 

“We only sell bread and food to Jews after 5pm.” 

The seemingly innocuous initial call to lockdown worldwide for “15 days to slow the spread” later morphed into “two jabs or lose your job.” Government promises that the COVID vaccines would never be mandatory were replaced by government threats of onerous fines for businesses that do not complywith the latest order to have its employees take the experimental inoculations. Calls to “trust the science” soon became a campaign to hide the data and dox or eliminate anyone who questioned or criticized the official narrative. 

How did all of that happen? 

Gradually, and then all at once.  

According to Turski, speaking at Auschwitz about how the camps arose, “It is done step by step. Slowly people begin to see that this is something normal.” The notion that “someone may be excluded becomes mediated into our lives. The thought that somebody can be stigmatized. That someone may be alienated … that they are alien people, that they carry germs that cause pandemics.” 

“And this now is a horror that’s dangerous. This is where what may happen soon takes its origin.”

According to Turski, once the government recognizes its populace is desensitized to disparity, it moves quickly to impose restrictions on travel and jobs, and then begins removing people from their homes. 

This warning should not be underestimated or dismissed as the mere fearmongering of an old man seeking modern relevance. After obtaining his freedom in his youth, Turski dedicated his life to spreading the truth about Auschwitz and the other death camps that left indelible scars on so many souls, to ensure that the tragedies endured would never be forgotten or repeated. Furthermore, there currently is grave reason to be concerned about the re-establishment of internment camps in the name of COVID, as well as the stripping of basic human rights.  

Look at Australia, which apparently longs to be at the forefront of lockdown implementation. At first the construction of internment camps in Australia to house suspected COVID-positive citizens was just a wild internet rumor, surely the realm of conspiracy theorists. Now mainstream media reportsand first-hand accounts confirm their existence. 

The case of Hayley Hodgson, who recently spent 14 awful days at Camp Howard Springs in Australia’s Northern Territory, provides some context. The camp was built to house 2,000 prisoners. Yes, prisoners, as the folks brought there are brought against their will and without due process. They are isolated onsite and cannot leave the camp; each prisoner risks being fined $5000.00 per infraction by the government for being difficult or violating the camp’s rules. Even the double-vaccinated can be incarcerated. Camp Howard Springs is an example of where “two weeks to stop the spread” has ultimately led us, and more camps are being built. 

Turski reminds us that what happened to him can happen to us and happen anywhere. When he was in the U.S. in the 1960s, Turski found himself asked about that prospect and answered, “It can also happen in your country, in this land, when the civil rights are broken, when people do not obey the laws [protecting] minorities.” 

He continued: “There is only one way out. Only you. If you are capable of defending your Constitution, defending your laws and your rights, your democratic order, which is based on the protection of minority rights, only then will you be able to conquer all that evil.” 

The solution, he stated, can be summed up in what a fellow camp survivor termed the 11th Commandment: “Be not indifferent!” 

“Do not be indifferent when you see lies, when you see historical lies,” Turski said.  

“Do not be indifferent when you see that the past is stretched to fit the current political needs,” he continued. 

“Do not be indifferent when any minority is discriminated [against] because the essence of democracy is that the majority governs but democracy hinges upon the rights of minorities being protected, and they have to be protected.” 

“At the same time do not be indifferent when any power of government infringes on the social compacts that are there, that are already extant … because if you are, you won’t even notice when you, when your heirs, will suddenly see an Auschwitz falling down, dropping down, from the skies straight on them.” 

Turski’s points are echoed by another death-camp survivor, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who spent the better part of a decade in the Russian gulags. In the Gulag Archipelago he mourns the injustice of his arrest, writing, “And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? … The cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If… if… We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more—we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.”  

Death-camp survivors understand that civil society can be transformed bit by bit into a machine for evil. A formerly civil society does not just crumble but intentionally finds new lows when it sanctions the arrest of individuals for specious reasons and forces them into prisons or labor camps without due process.  

Once this level of dehumanization occurs, it is but a short leap to excuse the harm or genocide of an entire class of individuals. Right now, the class of individuals being targeted is not just the unvaccinated or those who refuse to don the mask—it is all of us—and if Turski’s warnings are correct, there is no time left to remain indifferent. 

The inmate will have to bear all the costs incurred during their prison stay. 

Austrian’s are pleading for the world to help end their rapidly emerging police state. The country’s vaccine mandate law will take effect on February 1, 2022. Unvaccinated people, including children as young as 14-years-old, can be fined up to 2000 euros each time they are caught. In addition, the government can ticket the same individuals several times a day. If you refuse to pay your fine, offenders will be thrown in a special prison for unvaccinated people for up to one year.

Unlike other prisoners, the public purse will not pay for an individual’s incarceration. Instead, the inmate will have to bear the costs incurred during their prison stay. The perpetrator also has to pay for his food and his prison cell.

The Austrian government does not ask murderers, rapists, or pedophiles to pay the cost of their incarceration. However, they will now demand prison payments of entirely innocent people.

Call For Help

Political activist Alexander Tschugguel has released an emergency call for help on social media, “I need your support,” says the activist. “We, as Austrians, all need your support. So please go your government officials to your local Austrian embassy or ask your embassy in Austria to apply as much pressure on the Austrian government as possible.”

Lab Rats Of The Western World

Austria’s new unelected Chancellor, Karl Nehammer, is the former chief of police and has implemented police state-like measures in recent months, Tschugguel explains. “He wants to continue to do that, in a way which can only be called tyrannical and totalitarian.”

“We need your support,” he emphasized. “Please stop the Austrian government from turning our country into a police state. We, as Austrians, are the lab rats of the western free world. If it happens to us, it will happen to all other countries.”

Reject Quarantine Camps

We don’t want to have quarantine camps, explains Tschugguel. “We do not want to have those terrible rules which divide families, that divide the people, divide not only the faithful but every Austrian.” 

One-third of the Austrian population has refused to be injected with the mRNA serums. The government has responded by criminalizing opposition to their experimental injection program of the entire population. This is highly undemocratic, and that is why we must oppose it, exclaims Tschugguel.

Holocaust Survivors Send Warning

Nick Hope, a 97-year-old Holocaust survivor imprisoned at the Nazi concentration camp Dachau, warned against the Austrian government’s authoritarian and totalitarian Covid measures. “When I look at the news in Austria, I see the spirit of Hitler, the spirit of force coming there,” he said in a video message recently posted at RAIR Foundation USA.

Another Holocaust survivor, 94-year-old Auschwitz survivor Marian Turski, warned of the dangers of branding people (the unvaccinated) as scapegoats, sources of disease, or profiteers. Historically, there have been (and are) vast and conclusive examples of the genocidal playbook that all begin with the political and social dehumanization of the “offending” population. 

The Polish Holocaust survivor reminded the audience that the Holocaust didn’t’ start with death camps. Instead, it began with propaganda, scaremongering, scapegoating, segregation, and exclusion. Then, it was an easy next step to strip further rights, dehumanize, and brutally extinguish that minority.

1 comment:

Alice said...

Meanwhile, Nero fiddles while Rome burns. It’s breathtaking how many people are still asleep.

Praying for Australia and Austria.

Dear Lord, please come soon.