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Thursday, 18 March 2010

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Thieves who stole the infamous sign will be given what they deserve, hard-labour in Auschwitz, Sieg Heil!

The Polish thieves and Swedish ex neo-Nazi who stole the "Arbeit Macht Frei" sign have all been sentenced by a Polish court to 3 years hard-labour in the ex-concentration camp from where the sign was stolen, Auschwitz!

They will be transported in a specially designed, retro- look cattle truck to the camp dressed in striped pyjama look-alike uniforms, shaven headed (no problem there) with a Swastika sown to their breasts.

The Israeli SS, will conduct the mission, escort the prisoners to their freezing cold barracks and then they will begin their hard-labour sentences.

Breaking rocks from 5am till 5pm, cold cabbage soup for dinner, cold (non-gaseous) showers then lights out.

A Israeli SS spokesman said, "we will teach these imbeciles a lesson in good old SS treatment, we learnt it very well and have adopted many aspects of the punishments then tried and tested them against Palestinians, Untermenschen!"

Asked if the prisoners would be treated to special visits to the "one-way showers" he answered:

"We are not inhumane, nearly yes, but not quite, plus the fact it would cost too much money to stoke up the ovens and would be a crime against humanity, SCHEISSER, Sieg Heil though!!!!!!!!!

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