Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Diary of a Serial Killer - Chapter 5c - by Nova

I was awoken from my daydreaming with Hans’s voice calling my name “Willi! Willi! You all right? Is it fifteen minutes?” I looked at my watch. “Yeah Hans.” It was actually fourteen minutes but that was close enough for police work. Hans bellowed “Alright lets go! Go! Go!” The militia had been warned not to be too rough until we were out of sight of the others in the market place. This was rendered somewhat pointless considering what had already transpired but they had been gentle – relatively.

As we walked I could hear the sound of our truck engines revving hard and faintly underneath the engine sound two volleys of rifle fire. From the raggedness of the volleys I knew it had to be the locals. We knew how to shoot a disciplined volley. Hell, we drilled on it enough in school.

I was right as it turned out. The Lieutenant was disgusted, as was the SD officer. Each one for their own reasons. The Lieutenant because of how unprofessional it was, and the SD officer because it was taking to long. We marched our group, well march isn’t the correct word. Herded would be more accurate. We herded the Jews, and our new friends, as I mentioned before, knew exactly what they were doing. Their marksmanship may have been shoddy but they knew Jew herding, and they were surprisingly restrained in applying the rifle butts.

We reached the vehicle area where we were met by the Lieutenant who was grinning manically. “Move your batch over there and have them strip.” Where “over there” actually was turned out to be easy to discern by the pile of mens clothing on one side, and the bundles stacked neatly on the other. “Come on strip! Move! Move!” We shouted at them repeatedly in German which was echoed in Polish by one of the militia.

They began stripping and it was not a pretty sight. Whispering to each other, they shucked clothes until it was all dirty asses and mutilated Jewish weenies. It made me nauseous to look at them. Once they were stripped, and standing there, we found out we had one who was reluctant to show his bare ass. He was shot for being such a pain.

We did a lot of these type actions over the next few years and there were always a couple guys who tried to shield their genitals from view like women. We would stand around, drinking, most of us smoking, and laugh at them. The ones who refused to undress were always shot on the spot.

4 comments:

  1. Well, how-de-do ,neighbor!
    Long time fan here! This is some sick shit you're purveying! Makes me wonder if you have some get-out-of-jail-free-card up your sleeve? Makes me wonder just who-the-fuck you are? NOVA, I am a fan, reeding your shit for a while now, but I must say, you are running bang-up shit into don't go-there-shit. Makes me wonder if you aren't my own beloved gov't jacking me off for my own benefit. Oww, feels so good! Fuck you, either way! WE

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  2. Frank zappa

    It can't happen here
    It can't happen here
    I'm telling you, my dear
    That it can't happen here
    Because I been checkin' it out, baby
    I checked it out a couple a times, hmmmmmmmm

    And I'm telling you
    It can't happen here
    Oh darling, it's important that you believe me
    (bop bop bop bop)
    That it can't happen here

    Who could imagine that they would freak out somewhere in kansas...
    Kansas kansas tototototodo
    Kansas kansas tototototodo
    Kansas kansas
    Who could imagine that they would freak out in minnesota...
    Mimimimimimimi minnesota, minnesota, minnesota
    Who could imagine...

    Who could imagine
    That they would freak out in washington, d.c.
    D.c. d.c. d.c. d.c. d.c.
    It can't happen here
    Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba
    It can't happen here
    It can't happen here
    Everybody's safe and it can't happen here
    No freaks for us
    It can't happen here
    Everybody's clean and it can't happen here
    No, no, it won't happen here
    I'm telling you it can't
    It won't happen here
    (bop bop didi bop didi bop bop bop)
    Plastic folks, you know
    It won't happen here
    You're safe, mama
    You're safe, baby
    You just cook a tv dinner
    And you make it
    (bop bop bop)
    No no no no

    [ From: http://www.metrolyrics.com/it-cant-happen-here-lyrics-frank-zappa.html ]

    Oh, we're gonna get a tv dinner and cook it up
    Go get a tv dinner and cook it up
    Cook it up
    Oh, and it won't happen here
    (no no no no no no no no no no no
    Man you guys are really safe
    Everything's cool).
    Who could imagine
    Who could imagine
    That they would freak out in the suburbs
    I remember (tu-tu)
    I remember (tu-tu)
    I remember (tu-tu)
    They had a swimming pool
    I remember (tu-tu)
    I remember (tu-tu)
    They had a swimming pool
    I remember (tu-tu)
    I remember (tu-tu)
    They had a swimming pool.

    And they thought it couldn't happen here
    (duh duh duh duh duh)
    They knew it couldn't happen here
    They were so sure it couldn't happen here
    But...

    Suzie...
    Yes yes yes--i've always felt that
    Yes I agree man, it really makes it...yeah...
    It's a real thing, man
    And it really makes it
    (makes it)

    Suzie, you just got to town,
    And we've been, we've been very interested
    In your development,
    Since you first took the shots.
    Forget it!
    Hmmmmmmmmm
    (it can't happen here)
    (can't happen here)
    (can't happen here)

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  3. Anonymous said...
    This is some sick shit you're purveying


    Nazi Germany has been a valid subject since the end of WWII. One of the reasons it has been such a fertile subject is because people find it so disturbing that a cultured and educated people could perpetrate such atrocities, not in spite of it. The answer to this question is that it is due to human nature, but this does not mean the answer is simple. The answer is not black and white. There are subtleties and shades of meaning. The subject matter needs to be studied and understood. Even in the US today, the veneer of civilization has already begun to crack. People believe themselves to have been wronged, and they want someone to be held responsible, and that someone may well end up being a scapegoat, instead of a legitimately guilty party.

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  4. One of my grandkids was telling me about his history class. They were discussing the Nazis. I loaned my copy of this book to his parents first, to see if they concurred that he needed to know what actually happened in those times. I was not surprises they thought he should know the truth. It is a gaging, gory and distastefull thing that happened, and should never be glossed over. It is not the author who is sick, it is the poeple that nurtured and abetted this conduct. May we always be reminded of just how wrong things can go.

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