A New Type Of Nazi Puts On Massive Nuremberg Rallies!

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Saturday, 3 October 2009

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Insurance companies united today in an effort to soundly defeat Obama's threat to their huge investments by taking over the staging of town hall forums themselves. They have symbolically chosen Nuremberg, Germany as an experiment for their first major foray despite the fact that it is not an American town and that Germans already have a socialized health care plan that takes care of them in any emergency.

It is ironic that they choose the same town that Hitler used for his mass rallies when he was trying to charm the German citizenry into going along with his envisionment of a better Europe by turning the entire continent into a giant sheep herd with him as the shepherd. Using Hitler's example of mass persuasion by grand showmanship, show of power and force, intimidatingly large and aggressive crowds, narrow-minded zealism and out and out lies, the insurance companies hoped to discover the same persuasiveness that Der Fuhrer had 80 years ago.

"This will be the beginning of a new era." stated Event Coordinator Moe Doughfurme, representing all the insurance interests involved in the scheme. "It is the start of us in league together controlling the health system in all of America. It is also the beginning of us intimidating the US government to the point where they will never threaten our profits again. We know how to run the show. And we know who to let die off and who not to. We intend to keep this a land where the money for health care comes to us first and most of it stays with us no matter what the circumstances are for the general public. In a dog eat dog world only the strong survive and we don't intend to be reduced to being dogs eating cat food like a lot of our senior citizens have to do!"

In a side note, they also reopened the cremation ovens at Dachau, now renamed 'human remain incinerators', for the use of disposing of the bodies of those who died who were not covered by insurance. They would, of course, only be burned once they were stripped of any organs that could be salvaged for the benefit of those who are insured.

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