• 'The new Auschwitz': Russians accused of burning bodies to hide Mariupo

    From Jews lied about German death camps@21:1/5 to All on Thu Apr 7 13:38:40 2022
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    Meanwhile the asswipes at JDL concern themselves with faggots
    and AGAIN ignore Russia incinerating Jews like they did in WWII.

    Jews are scared shitless of Russia.

    Officials say mobile crematoria and heavy machinery being
    brought into city to remove thousands of dead, rubble, as mayor
    claims stark parallel with infamous Holocaust death camp

    Russia has turned the city of Mariupol into a Nazi-style death
    camp, burning bodies and blocking humanitarian convoys to hide
    evidence of mass killings and other atrocities there, Ukrainian
    officials said Wednesday.

    Mariupol Mayor Vadym Boichenko said more than 5,000 civilians —
    including at least 210 children — had been killed during weeks
    of Russian bombardment and street fighting in the southern
    Ukrainian city, which has been held under a devastating siege.
    He said Russian forces bombed hospitals, including one where 50
    people burned to death.

    Mariupol city officials said in a message posted to Telegram
    that mobile crematoria were being operated by Russian officials
    to burn the bodies of those that had been slaughtered, imagery
    that raised the specter of the 20th century’s greatest crime.

    “The world has not seen the scale of the tragedy in Mariupol
    since the Nazi concentration camps,” Boichenko said in the
    statement. “The [Russians] have turned our whole city into a
    death camp.”

    “This is no longer Chechnya or Aleppo. This is the new Auschwitz
    or Majdanek,” he said, imploring the international community to

    Ukrainian human rights official Lyudmila Denisova also cited
    witness testimony that Russian forces had brought mobile
    crematoria and other heavy equipment to clear debris in the city.

    A city official said people trying to flee the city had been
    sent to a “filtration camp,” CNN reported.

    Boichenko said more than 90% of the city’s infrastructure has
    been destroyed. The attacks on the strategic southern city on
    the Sea of Azov have cut off food, water, fuel and medicine and
    pulverized homes and businesses.

    An estimated 120,000 people are still in Mariupol, down from a
    pre-war population of over 400,000.

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia was blocking
    humanitarian access to the besieged port city because it wants
    to hide evidence of “thousands” of people killed there.

    “The reason why we cannot get into Mariupol with the
    humanitarian cargo is precisely because they are afraid… that
    the world will see what is going on there,” Zelensky told
    Turkey’s Haberturk TV.

    “I think it’s a tragedy there, it’s hell, I know that it’s not
    tens, but thousands of people, different people, who have been
    killed there and thousands wounded,” Zelensky said.

    However, he expressed confidence that Russia would not succeed
    in concealing all the evidence.

    “They will not be able to hide all of this and bury all of these
    Ukrainians who died and who are injured. It’s just such a
    number, it’s thousands of people, it’s impossible to hide.”

    Zelensky said that Russia had already attempted to conceal
    evidence of crimes in the town of Bucha outside of Kyiv and
    several nearby communities, where Ukrainian officials have
    accused Moscow of carrying out widespread killings of civilians.

    “They burned families. Families. Yesterday we found again a new
    family: father, mother, two children. Little, little children,
    two. One was a little hand, you know,” Zelensky said. “That’s
    why I said ‘they are Nazis’.”

    As he spoke, a Red Cross convoy of seven buses and at least 40
    private cars arrived in the southern Ukrainian city of
    Zaporizhzhia carrying hundreds of evacuees from Mariupol and
    other areas under Russian occupation, in what was the first
    successful international evacuation six weeks into the war.

    The Red Cross has repeatedly failed to reach Mariupol, but had
    rescued evacuees from the nearby Russian-held city of Berdiansk,
    where many from Mariupol have fled, the International Committee
    of the Red Cross said.

    “These people have really gone through the worst,” ICRC
    spokesperson Lucile Marbeau told AFP. “We’ve been hearing people
    saying how they had to walk out of Mariupol. There in Mariupol
    there is still no food, no water, no electricity.”

    Marbeau explained that there was “barely any connection” for
    residents to be able to call their families or try and find a
    way out.

    The ICRC said in a social media post that more than 500 evacuees
    in total were brought to Zaporizhzhia.

    Passengers said it took around 26 hours to travel to
    Zaporizhzhia through multiple checkpoints. They said men were
    taken from the buses and in many cases stripped of their clothes
    as Russian troops inspected them for military tattoos or skin
    marks that suggested they had been carrying a gun.

    On arrival, stressed and also relieved, one man collapsed with
    an alcohol-induced fit, while a woman from Mariupol hugged ICRC
    representatives and thanked them for bringing her and her family
    to safety.

    “There is a huge intensity of feeling when people are able to
    leave a dire situation, but also when you know they have had to
    leave people behind,” said Marbeau. “We met a 14-year-old girl
    who travelled out alone while her parents stayed.”

    “There was very serious shelling. That’s why we were delayed,”
    said one of the evacuees, Iryna Nikolaienko, explaining that she
    had been able to make her way out during a pause in the fighting.

    “The Mariupol that I knew and loved, it does not exist anymore,”
    she said.

    “I understood that I was leaving forever, that I would never
    come back to my city and I would never see it again.”

    On Monday, the Red Cross said that the team it had dispatched
    several days earlier to help evacuate civilians from Mariupol
    was being held by police in Russian-controlled territory.

    The organization said on Twitter Wednesday that it had attempted
    for five days to reach the city, which has been under sustained
    Russian bombardment since Moscow invaded in late February.

    “But security conditions made it impossible,” it said.

    “Thousands are still trapped in the city. They urgently need a
    safe passage out, and aid to come in,” it added.

    Russian forces late last month struck a Red Cross facility in
    the city, home to half a million people before the war, where
    officials have warned of a humanitarian disaster.

    Repeated attempts to evacuate Mariupol residents have collapsed,
    though some have made the dangerous dash to freedom from the
    city alone.

    Asked about continuing peace talks with Russia, Zelensky said
    “they will have to take place anyway.”

    “I think it is difficult to stop this war without it,” Zelensky

    But he added that he had a tough time bringing himself to
    continue talks with Moscow “because we understand who we are
    dealing with.”

    https://www.timesofisrael.com/the-new-auschwitz-russians-accused- of-burning-bodies-to-hide-mariupol-atrocities/

    Jews are still lying about it.

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