We’ve been covering the United Nations global warming summit all week in Katowice, Poland, exposing the hypocrisy of the elites who are busy behind closed doors making rules the rest of us must live by.
It’s been a lot of work, however, we found ourselves with a few hours between stories so we took the opportunity to make the day trip of a lifetime.
We hopped on a Soviet-era passenger train for an hour trip to the town of Oświęcim, Poland, the location of the largest of the Nazi concentration camps, Auschwitz and Auschwitz II-Birkenau.
Today, we’ll show you some of what we saw in those places of misery and suffering.
We saw where evil walked in SS boots, but we also happened across a scene of resilience as some Israeli students sang together on the train tracks that ferried Jews in cattle cars to their certain death.
We left shellshocked and silent, with a new appreciation for the horrors of the Nazis, and a new revulsion for those who use that label to silence their political enemies.
Nazis have no bigger friend than those who normalize their name to mean “someone who disagrees with me on the internet.”