The Matrix of Converging Evidence
Published: 2019-01-21

One of the trump cards the Holocaust historians and promoters like to use is what they call the “convergence of evidence”. All available evidence they tell us, either testimonies, photos, documents, or anything, point to one single conclusion: The Holocaust as we know it.

Unfortunately, this is nothing but an illusion – in other words, a Matrix, as portrayed in the 1999 science-fiction film of that name. In order to make this clear we will pick five members of the Sonderkommando (Filip Muller, Henryk Tauber, Shlomo Venezia, Marcel Nadjari, Leon Cohen), as they are the most important eyewitnesses, and ask them 10 simple questions. Then we will see if their statements, as they appear in their respective memoirs, actually “converge.” All the questions are on essential points and not on some minor details. So their convergence or divergence is of the utmost importance for the official story. Are you ready to take the Red Pill (a choice against the Blue Pill, to prolong the illusions, featured in the above-mentioned movie)? Here we go.


Question #1: Where was the gas chamber?

•        In a fake shower room (Muller, Tauber, Nadjari, Venezia).

•        In a room next to the fake shower room (Cohen).


Question #2: How many holes were there on the roof?

•        One (Nadjari, Venezia).

•        One every 8 meters (Cohen).

•        Four (Tauber).


Question #3: How was the gas inserted?

•        Directly (Nadjari, Venezia).

•        Through pillars made of sheet metal (Muller).

•        Through pillars covered with pierced metal plates (Cohen).

•        Through pillars made of three layers of iron mesh (Tauber).


Question #4: How many people could you fit into the chamber?

•        750 (Cohen).

•        2,500 (Nadjari).

•        3,000 (Muller).


Question #5: After throwing in the gas how long did you wait before opening the door?

•        A few minutes (Muller).

•        10-12 minutes (Venezia).

•        One hour (Nadjari).

•        Two hours (Tauber, Cohen).


Question #6: When did you start on the ventilation?

•        Before opening the door (Muller, Tauber, Nadjari).

•        After opening the door (Venezia, Cohen).


Question #7: How long was the ventilation on?

•        A few minutes (Muller).

•        20 minutes (Venezia).

•        Two hours (Cohen).


Question #8: Did you notice any unusual color on the corpses?

•        No (Nadjari).

•        Many had turned blue (Muller).

•        Some were red, some were pale (Venezia).

•        Pinkish, some were covered with green marks (Tauber).

•        Black near the columns, pink away from them (Cohen).


Question #9: Did you wear gas masks while working in the chamber?

•        Yes (Muller, Tauber).

•        No (Venezia).


Question #10: How many corpses could you cremate in 24 hours?

•        1,800 (Venezia).

•        2,500 (Nadjari, Tauber).

•        3,000 (Muller).

•        3,600 (Cohen).


So there you have it. Remember that all of this is supposed to be firsthand information from people who worked at the exact same installations during the same time period. But as any magician will tell you, for the illusion to work you need to always distract the audience. And that’s what the Holocaust historians do. They never give you the complete picture. Because they fear that once you see it, the spell will be broken and you will never go back.

So what will it be Dear Reader? It takes courage, it takes determination, but if you choose the Red Pill, welcome to the real world. Including the real Holocaust—what of it was real, anyway.

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Author(s): Panagiotis Heliotis
Title: The Matrix of Converging Evidence
Published: 2019-01-21
First posted on CODOH: Jan. 21, 2019, 7:47 p.m.
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