Jews supremacist groups have attempted to appropriate every aspect of World War II so that only they can decide how those events are used, mentioned, or written about — and have now gone so far off the deep end that they are allegedly offended that anyone else is executed in the same way “they were”:
The American Jewish Committee condemned Arizona’s plan to reportedly execute death-row inmates using a poisonous gas made infamous by the Nazis during the Holocaust.
The state has purchased chemicals necessary to make hydrogen cyanide. It is for a gas chamber, disused for 22 years, which has been tested and “refurbished,” according to documents obtained by The Guardian through public records requests.
Zyklon B, a toxic gas from hydrogen cyanide, was [allegedly] used as a means of mass murder in gas chambers at Nazi concentration camps.
According to The New York Times, Arizona last executed someone with cyanide gas in 1999: death-row inmate Walter LaGrand, who took 18 minutes to die. Arizona currently has 115 inmates on death row but has not carried out an execution since 2014.
“Arizona’s decision to employ Zyklon B gas as a means of execution defies belief,” the AJC said in a statement on Monday. “While there can be no doubt about its effectiveness—the Nazis used it to kill millions of innocent Jews—it is that very effectiveness as an instrument of genocide that makes it utterly inappropriate for use by a civilized state in a proceeding sanctioned by the state and its judiciary.”
The AJC added that while the death penalty remains legally acceptable and “one must be prepared to accept some level of cruelty in the process,” there is still something “profoundly wrong” with a state being prepared to execute a prisoner using “a method of execution that inevitably, inextricably and forever linked to the worst outrages of human history.”
The Jewish group also said that “whether or not one supports the death penalty as a general matter, there is general agreement in American society that a gas devised as a pesticide, and used to eliminate Jews, has no place in the administration of criminal justice.”
Let’s be clear about terms here — Arizona is not using “Zyklon-B” which is a German name brand commercial pesticide used specifically for killing lice — not people — in the concentration camps.
Fred Leuchter, an expert on executions, went to Auschwitz to investigate the evidence of the feasibility of the alleged “gas chambers” — and wrote a detailed report explaining the scientific impossibility of any such scenario.
The purpose of Zyklon-B was to preserve the lives of the prisoners in the camps, not kill them — it was used to stop the spread of deadly typhus in the camps — a disease that killed the famous Jewish diarist, Anne Frank.
Not one single Jew was ever “gassed” with Zyklon-B — nor could they have been — because many of the so-called “gas chambers” in the camps had wooden doors and were not properly hermetically sealed.
Not only that many Jewish “witnesses” claimed the poisonous “gas” came out of fake shower heads — this is impossible because Zyklon-B pellets need to be dropped into hydrochloric acid to be activated to produce hydrogen cyanide — an impossibly impractical scenario for mass killings.
Other Jewish “witnesses” claim that the “evil” Germans dropped the Zyklon-B into the “gas chambers” through a hole in the ceiling — again, impossible because the pellets need to be activated with hydrochloric acid — just dropping them into a room won’t produce enough deadly gas to kill anyone — let alone lice — effectively.
The Jews would have us believe that the Germans, who created the most advanced weaponry in the history of warfare — which allowed them to hold off the entire combined Allied Forces for 6 years — were such bungling idiots that they tried to kill “millions” of Jews with a household bug spray in “gas chambers” designed to look like showers.
This “gas chamber” legend is so far-fetched that many Jews don’t believe it — and they have tried to warn their fellow Jews that the so-called “Holocaust” was just Allied propaganda meant to vilify the Germans, justify the war — and justify the foundation of Israel.
The simplest explanation is usually the right one.