Sunday, January 27, 2008

The most disgusting smile, the most noble act...

53 years have passed since some two thousand fellow human beings, ironically, were saved from being killed in an industrial manner by other "human" beings, who had long lost the human part of their existence, thanks to the fact that they were so sick, that no industrial intervention was necessary.



A recently found photograph of those "human" beings, who had long lost the human part of their existence, is definitely the most disgusting photograph I have seen in my entire life. These beings, seen in a country outing, were working in a factory, which specialized in human annihilation, had annihilated their humanity in the process. Looking at the face of these beings, I want to throw up in disgust...

I want to commemorate the memory of those fellow human beings annihilated in Auschwitz with the photograph of another fellow human being, who in his own words "did what man does when words fail..."



The fact that those "human" beings, and Willy Brandt came from the same country gives me hope, and also fear, about the meaning of being human...

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