At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

Now we are going to visit an abandoned plant that used to make chemical fiber. It is not much different from all those abandoned productions but something special can be found there as well.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

Its pipe is seen from afar.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

Here is how we can get on the roof.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

And this is what we see from there.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

We finally get inside. This part of the building was not put into service at all.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

This is what they made: synthetic yarn.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

The building has five storey, on the upper one is such equipment.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

It reads: “The more democracy – the more socialism!”

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

“Where to spend your free time?”

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

It’s the plan of evacuation.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

Some evil chemicals are found.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

“Do not litter! Cleanness is a guarantee of salary.”

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

“People transportation is prohibited!” ” Do not litter at the elevator!”

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

Local workers liked to read papers.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

We are in the chemical lab.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

Suddenly we find these train doors.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

Some huge stoves are found nearby.

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

It reads “Happy New Year!”

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant

But it’s time to go back to the living world.

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34 thoughts on “At the Abandoned Chemical Fiber Plant”

    • No questioning the efficiency and quality of German equipment manufacturers, like J.A. Topf and Sons! Their technical know how in designing the crematoria needed to fuel the “final solution” were unrivaled. To bad they were soulless German technocrats who couldn’t resist a challenge. Google it, Dear ProudGerman.

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        • LMAO, Youtube it? Are you serious? Really!? lol, like a give a s**t what some self anointed know-it-all on youtube thinks. Best since your a fan of his i’ll leave you with his final statement on the matter of the Holocaust.

          Statement of David Cole

          Prepared January 2nd, 1998

          This statement is given in an attempt to set the record straight about my current views regarding the Holocaust and Holocaust denial. As anyone who follows the subject of the Holocaust denial knows, from 1991 until 1994 I was well known in the movement as a Jewish Holocaust denier (a self-described “revisionist”). For the last three years I have no longer been associated with this movement, having realized that I was wrong and that the path I was taking with my life was self-destructive and hurtful to others. I have spent the last few years in silence on the subject of my time with the denial movement, a silence caused mainly by my shame at what I had done with my life and my desire to distance myself from that life.

          However, in that shame-induced silence it has been brought to my attention that I have not gone as far as I should have to make a clear and complete public statement in order to set the record straight as to where I stand.

          It is my great hope that this statement accomplishes that task.

          I would like to state for the record that there is no question in my mind that during the Holocaust of Europe’s Jews during World War Two, the Nazis employed gas chambers in an attempt to commit genocide against the Jews. At camps in both Eastern and Western Europe, Jews were murdered in gas chambers which employed such poison gases as Zyklon B and carbon monoxide (in the Auschwitz camp, for example, the gas chambers used Zyklon B). The evidence for this is overwhelming and unmistakable.

          The Nazis intended to kill all of the Jews of Europe, and the final death toll of this attempted genocide was six million. This atrocity, unique in its scope and breadth, must never be forgotten.

          During my four years as a denier, I was wracked with self-hate and loathing, a fact that many of my critics were quick to point out. Indeed, this self hatred was obvious to most, but I was too blind to see it. The hate I had for myself I took out on my people. I was seduced by pseudo-historical nonsense and clever-sounding but empty ideas and catch-phrases. When my eyes were finally opened, thanks to several good, kind friends who refused to give up on me even at my worst, I was horrified by what I had done. My instinct was to flee and never look back, but I now understand that I owe it to the people I wronged to make a forceful repudiation of my earlier views. I also owe a very large apology, not only to the many people I enraged, and to the family and friends I hurt, but especially to the survivors of the Holocaust, who deserve only our respect and compassion, not re-victimization.

          Therefore, to all of the above people, let me offer my most humble and very, very sincere apology. I am sorry for what did, and I am sorry for the hurt I caused.

          And just as I must set the record straight concerning my views, it is also incumbent on me to set the record straight regarding the video “documentaries” and media appearances I did from 1991 to 1994. These “documentaries” are merely videotaped garbage filled with self-hatred and pseudo-intellectual nonsense. My “media appearances” were nothing but an embarrassment. My glazed look, specious reasoning, and talking-in-circles during my talk show appearances would have hopefully alerted any astute viewers that this was a man not in touch with reality.

          It has been brought to my attention that Bradley Smith is still using one of my videos in advertisements he is running on college campuses. Therefore, I would like to make these additional points: This video is being advertised without my consent, and I denounce this video as being without worth. Bradley Smith is no historian, and denial is no “historical field”. Students on college campuses should look elsewhere to find out about the Holocaust. To these students I would say, look to books like Hilberg’s “Destruction of the European Jews”, Yahil’s “The Holocaust”, and Dawidowicz’s “War Against the Jews” for correct information. If your school library doesn’t stock these books, have them order copies. Do not pay any attention to any “David Cole” videos, except to rightly denounce them as frauds.

          I am thankful for being given the opportunity to make this statement. This statement is made freely and under no duress, and is quite willingly, even happily, given to Mr. Irv Rubin of the Jewish Defense League for the widest possible distribution. This statement is the most current and accurate compilation of my views, and it supersedes an previous writings, videos, or statements. It is my hope that there will be no more confusion as to where I stand. I thank you for letting me set the record straight.

          [Signed]

          David Cole

          [notarized]

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            • My guess is he left the revisionist scene in 94′ as he said and wanted to just fade away and put it behind him. Unfortunately for him however, in 1998 Irv Rubin of the Jewish Defense League turned his attention to the matter of his past. He put a call out for any information on were Mr. Cole was currently living. According to the FBI the JDL is a militant US domestic terrorist organization with past links to bombings and assassinations, and has been denounced by other Jewish orgs like the Anti-Defamation League.

              My guess, once Cole learned the JDL wanted to have a word with him he decided he better take the initiative, own up to his past and placate them, rather then run and hide. It appears to have worked. As far as i know he’s still alive. 😉

              BTW Irv Rubin eventually committed suicide while in jail, awaiting trial on conspiracy charges to blow up the King Fahd Mosque in Culver City, California, as well as bomb the district office of Congressman Darrell Issa. He got caught in an FBI sting.

              Of course the deniers and revisionists use this fact to discount Cole’s retraction of his views and continue to believe his past rantings, never mind the guy bailed on the movement back in 94′ and hadn’t been active since. But whatever…nobody cares besides them. they are a minority of nut jobs, anti-semites, and conspiracy theorists. Nothing is ever going to change their mind about the past. A past most of them were never alive to witness firsthand.

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        • It isn’t. It is a reminder to ProudGerman, who routinely takes the opportunity to bask in anything positive about Germany, that all things German aren’t as rosy as he would like. There are thinks to be proud of about Germany, and other that are anything but. That is all.

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      • You DO realize this happened how long ago? And what do you think people will say about America in 60 years? With the invasion of Iraq, killing and bombing of innocent men, women and children?

        Gitmo anyone?

        Seriously, just because ProudGerman is proud to be German doesn’t mean he’s a Nazi.

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        • No need to wait 60 years. What do you think Islamists, high minded liberals, and every other Joe with a personal agenda are saying about America now?

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      • Allies could have bombed Auschwitz yet didnt, get over the past, no reason to take it out on someone who had no part in the decisions made in that war. JA Topf knew full well what their products were being used for, if they didnt want supply the Nazis you know that someone else gladly would have stepped right in to shoulder the load.

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    • I’m not really sure what is US democracy any more. Especially with domestic and foreign policies constantly redefining it over the past 12 years.

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    • With the rise of the religious right it’s more like “God said it. I believe it. That settles it.” or “What would Jesus do?”. Take your pick. 😉

      Fortunately they are becoming a self imposed political minority these days. Now if it would just reach Florida too. That’s one of the great things about America, we have 50 states with their own soveriegn state rights and wildly different values. So whether your a racist POS, or a religious nut, a gun lover, a gun hater, gay, a pot head or something else, there is somewhere you can settle down and call home. 😀

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      • @ YJ-Every US president has his own good excuse to bend the rules of domestic and foreign policies,but that goes with any president/dictator!

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  1. Interesting to see the ovens there. Did they maybe produce carbon fiber? Since Russia has low energy prices I am quite surprised no one had the idea to open a carbon fiber plant over there. This plant could work again.

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  2. Nobody can compete with Japanese and Taiwanese manufacturers of synthetic textile materials. There are factories like this in the USA too.

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  3. Awesome! I always find factories honestly interesting in a ‘this would make an awesome backdrop for a story/film.” I might have to steal a couple of photos here to use as references for art.

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  4. ROBOTRON “OTTO SCHÖN” Dresden very good made in germany (east – GDR) and produced under cover for west germany market , so it write “MADE in WEST GERMANY” Ha Ha Ha

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