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Haiti and the Holocaust

Postby ginger » 9 years 8 months ago (Tue Jan 19, 2010 3:45 pm)

Soon after the earthquake in Haiti, the Montreal Gazette reported the following -

"NO TIME FOR RESPECTING THE DEAD

PORT-AU-PRINCE – The tiniest of toes stick out from the top of the cardboard box. Someone has draped a white sheet over the rest of the body, as if to give the little anonymous being some dignity in death. But as corpses quickly decompose and the stench becomes unbearable, there is no time for respect for the dead.

Two men wearing surgical masks and gloves heave the cardboard box into the bucket of a bulldozer, then move on to the next body lying alone, save for the flies, on the crowded sidewalk."


and from Reuters -
"Trucks piled with corpses have been carrying bodies to hurriedly excavated mass graves outside the city . . . "


I have not seen such film from Haiti but I have seen many photos and films made after World War II. In films from Belsen, Dachau and Buchenwald, one sees naked, emaciated bodies being carried to pits and thrown in without ceremony; one sees close-ups of dead, skull-like faces. The narrator tells of Nazi mass murder; the listeners are filled with disgust. But the disgust should be directed at the filmmakers and the storytellers whose interests were self-serving and whose work violated the dead for the sake of the horrible effect.

The Holocaust story relates how the Nazis concentrated hundreds of thousands into camps, and each day they systematically killed thousands of them in big cellars and each day they raced against time to remove the dead and cremate the victims before they decomposed.

Why would the Nazis create for themselves conditions that exist in Haiti today – where corpses were piled up so that nothing else can proceed until the dead were disposed of? One cannot deny that the number of dead in Port-au-Prince has set back rescue efforts and aid in the city. Is it likely that the Nazis would pile up corpses in their camps only to be faced with a huge problem of disposing of the corpses and thus be sidetracked from their main goal of waging war?

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Re: Haiti and the Holocaust

Postby Mojo » 9 years 8 months ago (Tue Jan 19, 2010 5:18 pm)

ginger wrote:Why would the Nazis create for themselves conditions that exist in Haiti today – where corpses were piled up so that nothing else can proceed until the dead were disposed of? One cannot deny that the number of dead in Port-au-Prince has set back rescue efforts and aid in the city. Is it likely that the Nazis would pile up corpses in their camps only to be faced with a huge problem of disposing of the corpses and thus be sidetracked from their main goal of waging war?


Who on earth would?

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Re: Haiti and the Holocaust

Postby Kiwichap » 9 years 8 months ago (Thu Jan 21, 2010 3:18 am)

ginger: Why would the Nazis create for themselves conditions that exist in Haiti today – where corpses were piled up so that nothing else can proceed until the dead were disposed of?

The Germans didn't create any such thing ginger. All the photos I've ever seen look chubby, healthy, photos. At the end of the war circumstances changed. Pictures of matchstick men and all. And we know whose fault that was, don't we?
There was no holocaust.

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Re: Haiti and the Holocaust

Postby Gébé Tremblay » 9 years 8 months ago (Sat Jan 23, 2010 12:15 am)

Very good observation, Ginger.

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Re: Haiti and the Holocaust

Postby snorkel » 9 years 8 months ago (Sun Jan 24, 2010 4:36 am)

My first post here...So hello.

From Reuters...
"Trucks piled with corpses have been carrying bodies to hurriedly excavated mass graves outside the city . . . "


Here is a picture, of one of those trucks, courtesy of the English Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/centralamericaandthecaribbean/haiti/7045722/Haiti-earthquake-10000-buried-each-day-in-mass-graves.html

My interest in Haiti at this time, is to observe the logistics involved in rapid disposal of thousands of corpses, for comparison with other situations.

It is interesting that the media feel compelled to fake things, even when there is an abundance of genuine evidence.

The photo shows no mass grave, the single corpse is dumped on flat, unturned earth. There are no other corpses, either in the truck, or on the ground. Indeed, there are no people at all.

This hastily photo-shopped image shows a corpse approx. nine feet in length, exiting in an impossible way, amidst the almost erased dust and rubble of the original load.

On another note, Haiti has a strong claim to being an original Holocaust :shock: See the book, Le Crime de Napoleon, by Claude Ribbe
There is a link to an online review http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1038453/The-French-Fuhrer-Genocidal-Napoleon-barbaric-Hitler-historian-claims.html

Allegdly on Napoleon's orders, sulphur was extracted from Haitian volcanoes and burned to produce poisonous sulphur dioxide, which was then used to gas black Haitians in the holds of ships - more than 100,000 of them, according to records.

The use of these primitive gas chambers was confirmed by contemporaries. Antoine Metral, who in 1825 published his history of the French expedition to Haiti, writes of piles of dead bodies everywhere, stacked in charnel-houses.


Hmmm, anyway, I attach the reuters photo, for the memory hole.
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