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Auschwitz commandant outraged over Mengele video

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Rudolph Hoess, family man and commandant of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, has been desperately trying to restore the camp's reputation after some damaging remarks by one of its doctors, Joseph Mengele, were caught on tape and posted online.

Dr. Mengele, who oversees medical services at the camp, was recorded casually speaking of a girl who was suffering complications as a result of HitlerCare. The girl, Eva Mozes Kor, complained of fever, trembling, and swollen limbs that resulted from a series of five free government-funded injections. Mengele is seen on the tape laughing off the matter saying, "Too bad she is so young. She has only two weeks to live."

To Hoess, such behavior is unacceptable. "I want to be clear," said Hoess, "that I find the tone of Dr. Mengele's remarks inappropriate, and that he has been properly reprimanded. Furthermore, I wish to emphasize that nobody on the staff at this concentration camp in any way profits from the clothing, valuables, cash, and gold fillings that are reallocated from our guests. While some evidence, which was tragically burned, may have indicated an occasional impropriety, we nevertheless pride ourselves in offering compassionate care at this facility, no matter what."

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Mengele and Hoess share a laugh over a recent vivisection

Hoess did not become visibly angry until he was asked what he thought of the video that showed Mengele carrying out medical experiments on unwilling humans.

"It makes my blood boil!" the commandant stated to reporters. "The treachery! The deceit in the underhanded way that sound bite was secretly filmed and subjected to selective editing! And don't even get me started on the selective editing! I am utterly sickened by how low some people will stoop to get an unfavorable sounding comment from one of our most qualified physicians. However, this was not a government-approved media source. The film was not screened by the Ministry of Culture and thus it may be disregarded as invalid Allied propaganda, probably funded by the Jews. Besides, this is the sort of filming only the Gestapo is permitted to do."

When asked about what changes may result from the possible fallout of the video, Hoess seemed unconcerned. "It will blow over, and we will proceed with our plans for tonight's gala. We have made an exception to our non-Allied guest policy, and I look forward to personally presenting that admirable American, Margaret Sanger, with the Himmler Award. What she wants to do in America is pretty much what we're also trying to accomplish in Europe. Maybe we can offer her a job," added Hoess with a playful wink.

As predicted, the incident received little coverage in Nazi-controlled media, which has been focused mostly on the recent ban of flying the Bavarian flag over the capitol building in Munich.

 

 

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Brilliant! Bravo Blogunov. Excellent reporting. A rare look at the inner workings of The Party. Journalism at its best. Have your press pass and a letter of resignation on my desk by this afternoon. Immediately thereafter, report for shovel duty at your nearest gulag for re-education.

 

 

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Konservative_Punk wrote:Brilliant! Bravo Blogunov. Excellent reporting. A rare look at the inner workings of The Party. Journalism at its best. Have your press pass and a letter of resignation on my desk by this afternoon. Immediately thereafter, report for shovel duty at your nearest gulag for re-education.
Not without a Show Trial™, Comrade Punk. We do things decently and in order around here, and nobody is above Protocol™. As Komissar of Show Trials, I will be difficult to convict. Now someone with legal experience might spout off some nonsense about "conflict of interest" and that I should "recuse" myself. What progressive ever did that? So, bring it on.

 

 

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Komissar al-Blogunov wrote:
Konservative_Punk wrote:Brilliant! Bravo Blogunov. Excellent reporting. A rare look at the inner workings of The Party. Journalism at its best. Have your press pass and a letter of resignation on my desk by this afternoon. Immediately thereafter, report for shovel duty at your nearest gulag for re-education.
Not without a Show Trial™, Comrade Punk. We do things decently and in order around here, and nobody is above Protocol™. As Komissar of Show Trials, I will be difficult to convict. Now someone with legal experience might spout off some nonsense about "conflict of interest" and that I should "recuse" myself. What progressive ever did that? So, bring it on.

You seem to have me at a disadvantage Komissar. Admittedly, I was unaware that you held this level of clout with the People's Kourt ™ . I withdraw my previous statement.

I certainly hope that someone will be held accountable for this blatant act of treachery. We cannot allow the unwashed masses to catch such a glimpse of reality. We have enjoyed a modicum of public support up until this point and it strikes me as a risky endeavor to bring this level of candor to the surface all at once. The People must be gently informed of such trivialities that may offend their unsophisticated sensibilities.

Good journalism is that which benefits The Party ™. Drawing attention to such situations should be avoided until the Ministry of Current Truth has had an adequate opportunity to dilute and downplay them for public consumption. Acceptable reporting on matters of this magnitude should always include a thorough discrediting of the whistle-blower; i.e. video maker. Look to the media response to Benghazi for a lesson on this Party-Approved ™ tactic. Denouncing certain Party adversaries is always a preferred practice (i.e. Tea-Partiers, Republicans, Christians, Whites, Males, etc.)

 

 

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Konservative_Punk wrote:You seem to have me at a disadvantage Komissar. Admittedly, I was unaware that you held this level of clout with the People's Kourt ™ . I withdraw my previous statement.

I certainly hope that someone will be held accountable for this blatant act of treachery. We cannot allow the unwashed masses to catch such a glimpse of reality. We have enjoyed a modicum of public support up until this point and it strikes me as a risky endeavor to bring this level of candor to the surface all at once. The People must be gently informed of such trivialities that may offend their unsophisticated sensibilities.

Good journalism is that which benefits The Party ™. Drawing attention to such situations should be avoided until the Ministry of Current Truth has had an adequate opportunity to dilute and downplay them for public consumption. Acceptable reporting on matters of this magnitude should always include a thorough discrediting of the whistle-blower; i.e. video maker. Look to the media response to Benghazi for a lesson on this Party-Approved ™ tactic. Denouncing certain Party adversaries is always a bonus (i.e. Christians, Whites, Males, etc.)
I think your caution is well advised, Komrade Punk. Let's talk about how offended we are by the Bavarian flag. Just knowing you could buy one at a flea market gives me the shakes and makes me want to call 911. Behold the emblem of racism and evil...
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Konservative_Punk wrote:
Komissar al-Blogunov wrote:
Konservative_Punk wrote:Brilliant! Bravo Blogunov. Excellent reporting. A rare look at the inner workings of The Party. Journalism at its best. Have your press pass and a letter of resignation on my desk by this afternoon. Immediately thereafter, report for shovel duty at your nearest gulag for re-education.
Not without a Show Trial™, Comrade Punk. We do things decently and in order around here, and nobody is above Protocol™. As Komissar of Show Trials, I will be difficult to convict. Now someone with legal experience might spout off some nonsense about "conflict of interest" and that I should "recuse" myself. What progressive ever did that? So, bring it on.

You seem to have me at a disadvantage Komissar. Admittedly, I was unaware that you held this level of clout with the People's Kourt ™ . I withdraw my previous statement.

I certainly hope that someone will be held accountable for this blatant act of treachery. We cannot allow the unwashed masses to catch such a glimpse of reality. We have enjoyed a modicum of public support up until this point and it strikes me as a risky endeavor to bring this level of candor to the surface all at once. The People must be gently informed of such trivialities that may offend their unsophisticated sensibilities.

Good journalism is that which benefits The Party ™. Drawing attention to such situations should be avoided until the Ministry of Current Truth has had an adequate opportunity to dilute and downplay them for public consumption. Acceptable reporting on matters of this magnitude should always include a thorough discrediting of the whistle-blower; i.e. video maker. Look to the media response to Benghazi for a lesson on this Party-Approved ™ tactic. Denouncing certain Party adversaries is always a preferred practice (i.e. Tea-Partiers, Republicans, Christians, Whites, Males, etc.)

Comrade Punk, comrade Al-Blugunov also has excellent legal advice........and a penchant for popcorn. Would you like some popcorn, comrade Punk. I hear it's very good, at this time of year.

 

 

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I sent out this story in a "Fresh from the Cube" email newsletter today, after which I received a notice about an unsubscription from the mailing list.

Reason given: "Dissing the German national socialists."

I understand this must be either a darkly funny joke or evidence that Nazi sympathizers deem attempts to compare them to Planned Parenthood disrespectful and cringe-worthy.

 

 

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Yow! Total bull's-eye with this, Comrade Komissar! That Mengele and his off-tone - what a putz. But, as the Fuhrer said when he explained his HitlerCare program to us - "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor" - so I guess we are stuck with Mengele...

 

 

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Red Square wrote:I sent out this story in a "Fresh from the Cube" email newsletter today, after which I received a notice about an unsubscription from the mailing list.

Reason given: "Dissing the German national socialists."

I understand this must be either a darkly funny joke or evidence that Nazi sympathizers deem attempts to compare them to Planned Parenthood disrespectful and cringe-worthy.

One would think that the infanticidal Planned Parenthood would be esteemed and revered by genocidal Nazi Party holdouts for their clandestine efficiency. They are birds of a feather. Perhaps they lament that the infants were not able to supply the Reich with gold fillings, businesses and hard labor before their extermination. Either way, humanity would do well to annihilate the pair of them. They certainly have no place on The People's mailing list.

Kapitan Kangaroo Kourt wrote:Comrade Punk, comrade Al-Blugunov also has excellent legal advice........and a penchant for popcorn. Would you like some popcorn, comrade Punk. I hear it's very good, at this time of year.

Thank you for that pleasant diversion down recent memory lane, Komrade Kourt. I recall witnessing that trial from the peanut gallery during my earliest days as a fresh prole at The Kube. As I recall, a grand time was had by all in attendance. Popcorn is the new opiate of the masses, especially when ingested while watching films like An Inconvenient Truth replace outdated Absolute Truth with up-to-date Current Truth.

 

 

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The Commission on Final Solutions condemns any and all attempts to quote medical professionals out of context. We do however welcome all criticism with an open mind. Please provide names and addresses of everyone involved so a consensus meeting may be arranged.

 

 

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Based on an email from a Cube reader, a few headlines come to mind. Feel free to expand:

  • DOJ exempts Planned Parenthood from restrictions on arms dealers.
  • Embattled Planned Parenthood insists that the "right to bear arms" is an outdated notion from a bygone era.
  • Nazi doctors upset about being compared to Planned Parenthood.

 

 

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Comrade boocat wrote:Yow! Total bull's-eye with this, Comrade Komissar! That Mengele and his off-tone - what a putz. But, as the Fuhrer said when he explained his HitlerCare program to us - "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor" - so I guess we are stuck with Mengele...
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Actually, Hitler did operate that way. In his successful efforts to control labor unions, he outdid the German communists in their celebration of Labor Day, appropriated it with Nazi propaganda and imagery, and portrayed himself as the real workers' representative. He was busy the following week arresting labor leaders and replacing them with reliable Nazis, similar to what Stalin did with Russian labor leaders.
Later, he demanded the creation of a people's car, the dear old Volkswagen, which would make transportation "affordable" to all workers. They had their paychecks docked to cover the expense of the affordable new car, but never got their car. The Hitlerscamwagen was just one of many lies that he uttered as easily as breathing.
This is why progs repress history. People can't learn from a past they don't know, and the only "history" we get are magnified episodes of white racism as if that was the whole story.

 

 

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So now Planned Parenthood apologists are saying that PP does more than "just" abortions, they also provide needed health services.
In the context of this thread, it could also be said that we benefited from Nazi rocket technology and that Hitler was a vegetarian. See? We just get too hung up on brutal conquest and genocide that we forget all the positive things about the Third Reich.
Also, the abortion cheerleaders now have to convince us that a fetus is not a human being although you can harvest a human brain, human lungs, human eyes, and a human heart, among other human organs, from the remains.

 

 

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Komissar al-Blogunov wrote:
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So now Planned Parenthood apologists are saying that PP does more than "just" abortions, they also provide needed health services.
In the context of this thread, it could also be said that we benefited from Nazi rocket technology and that Hitler was a vegetarian. See? We just get too hung up on brutal conquest and genocide that we forget all the positive things about the Third Reich.
Also, the abortion cheerleaders now have to convince us that a fetus is not a human being although you can harvest a human brain, human lungs, human eyes, and a human heart, among other human organs, from the remains.
Right on target Blogunov. Why would anyone want to do research on a 'useless clump of cells'? Shouldn't they be using real live humans rather than these inhuman fetuses that have nothing in common with their human counterparts? I hear that hard-working Hispanics are willing serve in ways that Americans are not.

 

 

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We tried washing the (cough) donors off before the procedures at the Guantanamo (cough) Clinic, but somebody called it waterboarding, and we had to try something new...

 

 

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If you call it water sports at Hillary's Adult Summer Camp, it should be ok. No-one will ever question that.

 

 

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Red Square wrote:Based on an email from a Cube reader, a few headlines come to mind. Feel free to expand:
  • DOJ exempts Planned Parenthood from restrictions on arms dealers.
  • Embattled Planned Parenthood insists that the "right to bear arms" is an outdated notion from a bygone era.
  • Nazi doctors upset about being compared to Planned Parenthood.
The first two are very good -- but only one of them can be used, obviously. The third is too much of a cliché, in my opinion.

That said, I find it rather inappropriate to equate unborn foetuses with full-fledged humans -- such as those, who perished in Auschwitz. Maybe, the foetuses should not be killed either, but murder it is not.

 

 

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mi wrote:Maybe, the foetuses should not be killed either, but murder it is not.

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How can a foetus, or fetus, have viable human organs but not be considered a human? Is it that easy to deny humanity by just assigning a label? Yes, it is. Dehumanizing the victim is an essential step toward mass murder, and that's where the similarities between Auschwitz and Planned Parenthood converge.

 

 

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mi wrote:I find it rather inappropriate to equate unborn foetuses with full-fledged humans -- such as those, who perished in Auschwitz. Maybe, the foetuses should not be killed either, but murder it is not.

I'm not entirely sure what a full-fledged human is since, last time I checked, humans are not capable of independent flight.

However, I must agree with comrade mi.

Meat is MURDER™!

War is MURDER™!

Executing duly tried and convicted criminals is MURDER™ !

Cutting down old growth forests is MURDER™!

Jim Crow laws are MURDER™!

Disposing of unwanted human feotuses and selling parts of them for research is simply a safe but rare experimental medical procedure. It's perfectly moral.

 

 

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Real Progress™ has been achieved when the subjects of the state begin to condition themselves to conform to the expectations of the state. Here's an old Cube favorite...
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Well, the way I see it is:

When an egg and a sperm start going at it and fighting for their lives to live. That's life!

It's the same thing we do when we manage to be born. I love us!

Go life!

 

 

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Comrade Pamski, The State decides who gets to be born and what does not. Therefore, The State grants the "right to life" and, therefore, determines the "quality of life" and the length of life for everybody.

A life that does not glorify The State is not worth living and, after all, who would want to live like that? Unwanted and undesirable.

Those lives are better off not being and so The State compassionately ends them before there is a possibility of a life pain and suffering.

The State cares.

 

 


 

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And what life is not worth sacrificing for The State™, comrades?

All lives are equally worthy of sacrificing and some are more equally worthy than others.

Deer Leader (PBUH), has implored us to share the sacrifice.

Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what it can do to you! Or if you're too young to have the ability to ask, proudly sacrifice yourself, for the sake of your mother. After all, if it wasn't for her, you wouldn't have had a life, to begin with.

Children have no respect for their elders, these days.

 

 

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Kapitan Kangaroo Kourt wrote:And what life is not worth sacrificing for The State™, comrades?

[highlight=#ffff00]All lives are equally worthy of sacrificing and some are more equally worthy than others[/highlight].

I am confused. I thought it was only Black Lives that Mattered.

 

 

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Comrade RedD, Black Lives Matter more than any other lives and Planned Parenthood ensures that more Black Lives are worthy of sacrifice than any other lives. Black Lives are truly heroic lives.

 

 

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RedDiaperette wrote:
Kapitan Kangaroo Kourt wrote:And what life is not worth sacrificing for The State™, comrades?

[highlight=#ffff00]All lives are equally worthy of sacrificing and some are more equally worthy than others[/highlight].

I am confused. I thought it was only Black Lives that Mattered.
Black Lives matter to all non-blacks! Chicago crime stats, Detroit, and planned parenthood all have Jackson/Sharpton waivers cemented in place and spackled with donation receipts, but remember the nonsense that rose when one good socialist mistakenly stated "all" lives matter....On a positive note, Image

 

 


 
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