Passover Sonderkommando : Dead 28x normal

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Passover Sonderkommando : Dead 28x normal

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You have probably already seen this in the news reports. In the Daily Mail and the Guardian and elsewhere they have some drone camera pictures of workers in HazMat suits burying caskets of bodies three-deep in a mass-grave on Hart Island in New York. Normally low-paid Corrections Department prisoners from Riker's Island dispose of about 25 deceased indigent persons per week, and now it is over 100 per day with the CoViD-19 pandemic. Carolyn Yeager has the photos up on her website:

NYC has trouble burying 100 bodies per day; compare to 6000 for Auschwitz!

We see photos of corpse vans with "Special Operations" (Sonder Einsatzen) stenciled on them. And we have a Corrections bus with a detail of prisoner trustees in striped uniforms disposing of corpses.

It kind of sounds like a Sonderkommando and Einsatzgruppen thing, huh?

Imagine the propaganda value if you amplified the actual body count and threw in some hoary tales of Kapo kapers from the usual Elies and Yankiels, and maybe it is the Nobel Prize or Hollywood Oscar material.

In one photo I think I can even see Irma Grese in a white dress posing as a pallbearer. Or maybe it's Ilse Koch. Or maybe this is part of Drag Queen Story Hour, since the person in the skirt is apparently wearing striped Witchiepoo stockings.

There are corpse containers and trucks rolling out of factories-of-death. Surely this is only the tip of the iceberg.

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“Now we have forced Hitler to war so he no longer can peacefully annihilate one piece of the Treaty of Versailles after the other.”
~ Major General J.F.C. Fuller,
historian – England


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