These 5 Corporations Helped Carry Out the Holocaust | Brainwash Update

Abby Martin highlights the top five companies that aided Nazi Germany during the height of WWII, calling out companies such as Hugo Boss, IBM and Ford.

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26 Comments on "These 5 Corporations Helped Carry Out the Holocaust | Brainwash Update"

  1. All I can say is thank God for Capitalism.

  2. Simon Valentine | Feb 23, 2014 at 2:00 pm |

    i’m not saying it was the Nazis…

    Alan Turing is closer to me than Ford

    dealership system is complete crud, and the lack of proper organization is … whatever sort of wrenching feelings comes with both disgust and astonishment … so, can the pun be purchased separately from a module? “you’ll have to buy the entire intake manifold because that little hose isn’t sold separately”

    “where is the crime” crime games.

    …but it was the Nazis.

  3. I wish we could have a sensible conversation about the holocaust – it’s like the one single historical event that is not open for any kind of debate whatsoever….

    Try reading up on the evidence behind the fact that six million died and within one click you end up on some dreadful neo-nazi site…

    But I want to question EVERYTHING…

    And I’m so so sorry but I’m afraid that nothing is sacred – cos’ it’s only Maya anyway – the land of illusion

    *gets coat and makes mad dash for exit before ADF and other mental bigots arrive*

    [M00nface has bin drinkin’ tonight]

    • disqus_Ub4fvwt0g2 | Feb 23, 2014 at 5:19 pm |

      There is plenty of sensible debate on the holocaust at the academic level. Debate over who was in charge, how complicit were the German people, the goals of Hitler, the purpose of the purge, and many other things but there is no academic debate about million of people dying because the evidence is overwhelming and undeniable. I suggest you read Denying the Holocaust by Deborah Lipstadt and you can read about how she had to defend herself in court regarding the holocaust as well. Debate is healthy and available, but certain things are facts and don’t need debate. The fact that water is comprised of H20 is a fact and does not need debate.

      • What about H₃O?

      • What went on during any period of history and a scientific fact are NOT the same thing.

        “I suggest you read Denying the Holocaust…”
        How patronizing. I don’t deny the holocaust.

        “…there is no academic debate about million of people dying…”
        Well my posting aims to address the very issue of why academics don’t challenge assumptions…

        Your answer actually totally confirms what I said. We can’t talk about it. Reading your reply then I can sense you’ve got me down as a nazi or a loon. And I’m not either. I’m a history teacher. We’re allowed to debate how many people died in the Armenian genocide.. or Stalin’s purges… but oh no not the holocaust.. The fact that I’m only happy expressing these opinions anonymously speaks volumes… Maybe I’m a witch?

        “Debate is healthy and available…”
        Excuse me but where?

        And before somebody says ‘it doesn’t matter how many people died’ then yep I totally agree on one level. But on another level then it does, because surely we want our history to be accurate.

        After the war the Red Cross (who were present at every single camp btw) did their own analysis / survey and said that 270000 people had died. And they had access to a wealth of documentation and witnesses that no longer exist..

        No wonder that disgusting nazi David Irving has got a grin on his face all the time.

  4. who wears short shorts?

    Also, is there ever a segment where they don’t show her crossed legs?

  5. Pinkmist | Mar 3, 2014 at 5:24 pm |

    Yea and IBM made heaps of Rifles (M1 Carbine) for the US Military too, quality product.

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