German government considering ‘temporary reopening’ of Auschwitz for mass cremations
The German government will vote this week on a proposition to “temporarily reinstate” the Auschwitz facility during the emergency measures brought on by COVID-19.
“Europe is presently in a crisis and most countries have no place to bury their dead,” said far-right Alternative for Germany deputy, Herzig Von Judenfresser.
“Auschwitz could be, once again, of enormous use to European nations in need,” Judenfresser said during the televised interview.
The controversial strategy raised eyebrows across Europe as it was proposed by the Alternative for Germany (AFD), a far-right party that trivializes Hitler, stokes racism and has neo-Nazis in its ranks.
“The reopening of Auschwitz will not be the final solution but a temporary one,” said Herzig Von Judenfresser during a televised interview.
Herzig Von Judenfresser, deputy of the far-right Alternative for Germany (AFD) proposed on national television to ‘temporarily revive this iconic and historic marvel of engineering that is Auschwitz’ to solve the problem of the disposal of dead bodies in Europe.
“Auschwitz is one of Germany’s marvels of engineering and despite the ambiguous reputation it has suffered over the years it could solve Europe’s problem and become a vector for the German economy,” Herzig Von Judenfresser explained on national television.
Most critics have decried the proposition as abhorrent, one critic even calling it a “sick joke” of “very bad taste,” but Judenfresser said in his defense that these critics had a “distorted and biased view of Germany’s glorious history”.
“One thing no one can disagree on is that the Auschwitz facility is a marvel of German engineering and that it could be put to use for the greater good” Herzig von Judenfresser reiterated.
Judenfresser’s controversial views on the coronavirus pandemic were condemned worldwide last month after he said the crisis came from “migrants, gypsies, and Jews” having sex with animals.
A study published for the Alternative for Germany (AFD) party last week estimated that the cremation of 100,000 people per day could be maintained for several months if Auschwitz was running at full capacity.