by Billy Roper
Today, April 24th, is Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yam HaShoah, a time when we want to be sure and take a moment or three to browbeat ourselves over the six trillion Jews who were electrocuted on conveyor belts, stuffed live into easy-bake magic ovens which disappeared them and their ashes, and resulted in the profitable victimization of multiple generations of Shoah business survivors, including those still being born, snipped, and sucked by mohels, today.
In honor of the day when memes and jokes about the Holohoax take center stage, I’ll share an old story of a particular Holocaust Remembrance Day a dozen years ago when a boy from Arkansas traveled to Boston to put slices of pork onto the six steaming grates marking the six trillion lost, and offered free ham sandwiches to the thousands of hook-nosed kikes protesting his very presence there. Oy Vey. It was more fun than when I used to slingshot pigskins over the wall into the Israel Embassy grounds in D.C. Feels good.
The Holocaust hasn’t just happened once, it’s happened 109 times already in every country (((they))) have ever parasitically infested. Our task is to help make it 110. This time, let’s finish the job.
By the way, my condolences to Mike ‘Enoch’ Peinovich on this day, in commemoration of all of the family members whom he lost in the Holocaust. May he soon have an opportunity to find them. Mazeltov.