The isolating boxes in prisons, courthouses or so-called mental "health" institutions = iatro-nazi institutions [HEILanstalten], mostly situated in the cellar, often called "cooling-off cells" or "B-cells" (Beruhigungs-Zellen, in German) (they serve, at the most, to tranquilize the medical doctors), according to the way they work, are more aptly referred to as gas chambers. The isolating box is a 2 x 3 m "large" room with an airtight closed window, a room which is empty, apart from the mattress on the floor and the toilet bowl. On the doctor’s orders, the window, which can be opened only with a special key, remains permanently closed all the time the prisoner / patient is locked up in the gas chamber. If a prisoner / patient is lucky, it may happen that, after a week or so, a 20 x 50 cm "large" sliding window pane is being opened in the cell door, but only on the condition that the prisoner / patient has declared himself ready to communicate with the medical doctor. The prisoner / patient is thus being cut off from the air and from the provision of oxygen that is generally considered to be of vital importance.
The gas chamber in today’s penitentiaries and today's iatro-nazi institutions of the iatro-nazist aftermath is of low costs in manufacture1 and in running: the one who is squeezed in it [der dahinein Gezwaengte] "produces" the gas on his own; in the non ventilated area of the cell2, he hardly inhales oxygen (O2), but exhales carbon dioxide, viz. staled air (so-called carbonic acid, CO2), into the air of the cell. In the textbooks of physiology, oxygen (O2) is occasionally referred to also as "life essence" ["Lebensstoff"], while CO2 is referred to as "deadly essence" ["Todesstoff"].
1 “Windows … barricaded with window
panes of Plexiglas”.
2 “…Actually, only the air layers located at 1,80 m and higher, and only these, are being ventilated”.
The result: a gas3, "mal-mixed"
[the specifically heavy components sink down and are "stratifying" according
to their weight per litera
(the essential components, here, are stratifying as follows: CO2
down below!, O2, as far as available, there upon, followed by
nitrogen (N2), with higher content of CO2 and lower
content of O2, compared to the composition of the airb)].
This difference between the gas and the "normal air" is increasing – up until the next (always insufficient, in the conditions forced on the prisoner) mix up with stale prison air, if the cell door of such gas chambers once a while happens to be opened more than the absolutely necessary gap.
In the non-ventilated enclosure of the gas chamber,
the partial pressure of oxygen (pO2) is corresponding sooner
or later to that of altitudes over 3,000 m above sea-levelc,
while the partial pressure of CO2 (pCO2) is increasing:
it is passing rapidly the pCO2 of 0.2 torr of "normal
air" (referred to the sea-level), but it is also passing within a predictable
period of time the partial pressure of CO2 in the pulmonary
alveolus (pCO2(alv) 40 torr), that means nearly 5% CO2
in the respiratory gas that is inhaled.
|3||“… breathed in is what sinks down according to its molecular weight …”.|
|a||Weight per litre of various gases in g/litre:
CO2 1.98; O2 1.429; N2 1.25; Helium 0.18; Neon 0.9; Argon 1.78; Krypton 3.71;
Molecular weight: CO2 44; O2 32; N2 28.012.
|b||Composition of air (at 20 torr vapour pressure and 754 torr atmospheric pressure): O2 153 torr (21%); CO2 0.2 torr (0.03 %); N2 and noble gases 580 torr (79 %).|
|c and d)
|H.Bartels, “Der Gaswechsel” (The Exchange of Gas) [in Keidel: "Kurzgefasstes Lehrbuch der Physiologie", S. 66, 1. Spalte ("A Brief Introduction to Physiology", p. 66, 1st column)]: “In altitudes over 3.000 m or at an alveolar pressure corresponding to these altitudes, a characteristic emotional status enters (high-altitude euphoria) that tends to a completely wrong judgement on the situation. Therefore, in airplanes with open cockpit, there exists a regulation according to which the pilot has to put on an oxygen mask in altitudes over 3.000 m”.|
What that means for the pulmonary ventilation (respiration) is easy to imagine: we can exhale CO2 from the lungs only so long as the external air (that is to be exchanged, inhaled) has a lower concentration of CO2.
The prisoner / patient being thus locked up in "thin air" (lack of oxygen as on the top of an, at least, 3,000 m high mountain) is literally sitting in the thickest fug.
An immediate effect of that sudden lack of oxygen is the so-called "high-altitude euphoria"d4– one is thus impeded to understand the seriousness of the situation, a state that is comparable to that of a slightly narcotized or hypnotized person. The result: a heightened disposition to be taken in by provocations, etc. etc..
4 “… signs of an organically dressed [organisch gefaerbt] euphoria …”
With the sudden lack of oxygen one tries involuntarily to cope by:
In this intensified breathing symptom, it becomes
particularly clear how the gas chamber functions as an annihilation-instrument:
The interaction between O2 and CO2 in the human organism – usually being, by increased breathing, our best adaptation-"instrument", e.g. to a sudden change of altitude – is turned by the gas chamber against the tortured.
Our metabolism-active tissues cover their need of energy by a (more or less) complete combustion of nutrients to CO2 and water. The oxygen they need for this, we breathe in from the surrounding air, while we breathe out the carbon dioxide (CO2) (which is being generated by the metabolism in the tissues) into the surrounding air. The latter does not change its composition, if ventilation is sufficient. When the air one breathes has a "normal pressure" (754 torr), O2-assimilation or CO2-release are favoring each other in the lungs, and so do the O2- and CO2-transport via the bloodstream and the release of O2 to or the assimilation of CO2 from the tissues. In the gas chamber, however, the composition of the inhaled gas is displacing the interaction between O2 and CO2 to several partial functions of the breathing function (in general), so that the influx of O2 and the removal of CO2 are impeding each other, in the lungs, the blood and the tissues respectively.
By an analysis of the blood gas, which is easy to do, it would be possible to prove that prisoners / patients locked up in those gas chambers for hours and for days – and sometimes even for weeks! – are suffering the most serious damages as a result of a slowly progressing internal suffocation. The medical doctors in charge of the respective institutions, however, take good care not to do such an analysis of the blood gas.
Via the lungs is being taken up the air or the oxygen – as far as the latter is at disposal – that is then combined with the blood. Due to the cooperation of oxygen, the ferrite nucleus of the red blood corpuscles and the respiratory ferments in the body cells, cellular respiration is made possible. Cellular respiration is mainly explained by the changes of position of electrons (electron transfer, reduction-oxidation-reactions). The respiratory ferments (Warburg respiratory ferments, cytochromes) are chemical catalysts, viz. donators and acceptors of electrons that are accelerating the changes of position of electrons in the cells. When these respiratory ferments, as a result of a lack in the oxygen supply through the blood, are reacting with other substances, they are being destroyed by this reaction because of the change caused in their chemical properties. Thus they are no longer capable to do the tasks they are assigned to as catalysts for the process of the electrons' changes of position (cellular respiration). By consequence, cellular respiration is being slowed down, a process that results in the slow-acting, gradual internal suffocation. In this process, the micro tissue components, especially those of the vital inner organs, are being destroyed irreversibly.
This internal suffocation caused by insufficient supply of oxygen is being accelerated by the "noble gases" coming from the toilet-corner.
The prisoner / patient is being locked up in a small room into which enters no fresh air, but the "noble gases" from the toilet-corner instead, by which, in addition to the lack of fresh air, the cell air, and especially the organism of the prisoner, are being poisoned, while the prisoner's respiratory function in addition is being destroyed as a result of the medical treatment with neurotoxins. One is literally cut off from the air. One is subject to conditions of treacherous murder that are imposed on the person, even pursuant to the rules of the medical art, and which have as the result that one is rotting, no, not in the coffin, but chronically, for years and decades, and alternately [wechselbadweise, compare: to blow hot and cold with somebody], and thus one is rotting alive [verfault bei lebendigem Leib].
All the branches of the Union of the Persecuted by
the Nazi Regime (VVN), in their protest petitions made public in occasion
of the proceedings of the court of shame [Schandgericht] (the so-called
Court of Honor of the legal profession) against the attorney of illness
Juergen Schifferer, have pronounced themselves against these gas chamber
practices. They have condemned in the strongest terms especially the denial
of the use of gas chamber practices in the iatro-nazi institution of Wiesloch
by law & race ideologists like Prof.Dr.Dr. Leferenz and Prof.Dr.med.
Janzarik, for their constituting a mockery against all the victims of the
[[Published in: Patientenfront, PF/SPK(H): zum HEILsfall Landeskrankenhaus (hier: Wiesloch) [The Patients’ Front, PF/SPK(H): Concerning the Euthanazi case Regional Hospital (here: Wiesloch)], 2nd extended edition, KRRIM – Publisher for Illness, 2001]]