Elie Wiesel states in his book "Night," that when the Germans evacuated Auschwitz, he was given the option of staying at the Auschwitz hospital, with his father registered as a patient, to await the arrival of the Soviets, or to join the evacuation with the "mass-murdering" Nazis to Germany.
Guess what? Elie Wiesel chose to go to Germany with the "mass-murdering" Nazis.
Amazing,... eh? Elie Wiesel chose to accompany the "mass-murdering" Nazis on a long journey in the middle of a freezing winter, taking his father with him, rather than wait (with about 7,650 other sick or disabled Jews) for the Soviets to arrive.
Wiesel's father died because of his choice. The actual quote is:"The choice was in our hands. For once we could decide our fate for ourselves. We could both stay in the hospital, where I could, thanks to my doctor, get him (his father) entered as a patient or nurse. Or else we could follow the others. 'Well, what shall we do, father?' He was silent. 'Let's be evacuated with the others,' I told him."
Isn't it hilarious,... that the Jew Elie Wiesel (whose books repeatedly describe horrendous Nazi "mass-killings" of Jews at Auschwitz) should choose to go with the very same Nazis that had been "mass-killing" his fellow Jews, rather than wait for the Soviets.
It is fair to ask why the Nazis didn't bother to kill off the 7,650 witnesses to "genocide" they left behind when they evacuated Auschwitz.
7,650 witnesses to "genocide" just let go by the "mass-murdering" Nazis.
It is also fair to ask why the Nazis didn't bother to kill off the 60,000 witnesses to "genocide" that they transfered to camps in Germany.
Another 60,000 witnesses to "genocide" left alive by the "mass-murdering" Nazis.
It is also fair to ask why the Nazis needed the hospitals at Auschwitz and Monowitz, since they could just kill the Jews who got sick and were unable to work. Of course, killing all Jews who were sick and unable to work, is part of the Jew Auschwitz myth.
Imagine that, the "mass-murdering" Nazis tried to heal sick Jews. Surely they should have just killed them.
It is also fair to ask why Elie Wiesel never mentioned any gas-chambers in his memoir, "Night." In his version of the fiction, the Jews were burnt alive in huge pits.
Then there is the little problem that human bodies don't burn.
And even then, there is the little problem regarding fires in pits. they tend to go out due to a lack of oxygen.
And even then, there is the little problem regarding the level of the water-table at Auschwitz. Any pit more than 45 centimeters deep, would fill with water,...
but why let a few facts get in the way of a good story.